S2E14: SCOTT NIEDERMAYER X LarschCast. Joey Kenward on the Canucks and Kentucky Derby. Stacy Jo Rost on Aaron Rodgers and the NFL Draft. Juggy Bajwa on his anthem experience!
Jam packed show this morning! We had the absolute pleasure of talking to Scott Niedermayer mid-show. We debate whether Travis Green is the right coach going forward. Joey Kenward talks Canucks, Green, and the Kentucky Derby!! Stacy Jo Rost is back to talk NFL draft and Aaron Rodgers trade rumours! Plus Juggy Bajwa on his anthem experience and all the love he's received.
Oct. 30: “Reminds Me Of My Favourite Defenceman Scott Niedermayer”
Nick, Brian and Justin talk about their top five Stanley Cup contenders after the first wave of the off-season. Avalanche TV analyst Peter McNab discusses the club’s goaltending, Cale Makar’s impact and what Gabriel Landeskog means to the organization. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and […]
Scott Niedermayer, a true legend of the game, joined Cam and Strick for an exclusive interview never heard before. From growing up in British Columbia with an NHL brother, to contract disputes with the new Jersey Devils. Hear stories never been told before from one of the greatest defensemen of all time.
For Episode 9 of the Voice & The Coach, Dan and Mark spend some time with one of the Top 100 hockey players ever. No, seriously, there's a Top 100 list and he's on it.Scott Niedermayer's list of hockey accomplishments is impressive to say the least:- He's won four Stanley Cups.- He's won two Olympic Gold Medals.- He's one of only two players ever to win a Memorial Cup, a World Junior Gold Medal, A World Championship, a World Cup of Hockey, an Olympic Gold Medal and a Stanley Cup.- He's a proud member of the Hockey Hall of Fame.In this conversation he talks about sharing an Olympic experiences with the likes of Mario Lemieux, Wayne Gretzky, Steve Yzerman and Sidney Crosby. Also, In 2007 with the Anaheim Ducks, he handed the Stanley Cup to his teammate/brother Rob, four years removed from his Devils defeating Rob's Ducks in Game 7 of the 2003 Final. This conversation is a MUST for any fan of Canadian Hockey.- *Please direct all advertising inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.*- *Please continue to RATE, SUBSCRIBE and SHARE this podcast.*Song: SiestaArtist: JahzzarAlbum: Traveller’s Guide(CC BY-SA 3.0)
Episode Scott Niedermayer (227): NHL Expands to Seattle. DOPeS are Back! Wilson No Suspension. Reaves No Suspension. Giordano MUST BE PUNISHED!!!
ScuttlePuck NHL Hockey Podcast
In the least surprising announcement in a while, the NHL announces Seattle as the next expansion location. The Department of Player Safety are back to their old nonsensical ways as Wilson and Reaves face no supplemental discipline, but they drop the hammer on Mark Giordano. With the Athletic looking at the future of the game, we chime in with our own ideas. Listen Here: iTunes Google PlayStitcherDirect MP3iHeart Radio Banter - Dale's week for the Christmas party hangover. Scott Niedermayer a winner plus his degrees of separation Chuck Fletcher in as GM to Flyers - a good move? Dubas says he'll never trade Nylander Seattle expansion Leafs look good and they owe their success to Mike Oilers - is the Hitch Effect real Goal scorers - what is Brayden Point doing at the top of the list? The future of the game Milestones Hot/Not DOPeS Intro/Outro Music Artist: Nirvana Song: Something In The Way
Scott Niedermayer HHOF Legends Classic Post Game Scrum
Avry's Sports Show
Here's the media scrum with legendary defenseman Scott Niedermayer after he played in the Hockey Hall Of Fame Legends Classic game. (My questions go from the start to the 1:30 mark)--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/avrys-sportsshow/support
Scott Niedermayer discusses similarities between #TavaresWatch and his own FA experience
Hockey Hall of Famer Scott Niedermayer joins OverDrive to discuss having his #27 retired by the Ducks this season, plus offers his thoughts on NHL free agency and compares John Tavares leaving New York to his own experience departing the Devils back in 2006.