DPR Episode 104 Arizona Coyotes Top Ten Prospects With Craig Morgan
Dobber Prospects Radio
Craig Morgan joins this episode to review the Arizona Coyotes top ten prospects. Host Peter Harling posted this article on NHL Trade Rumors and Craig Morgan lends his insight on the prospects in the rankings. Players reviewed include: Dylan Guenther, Victor Soderstrom, Barrett Hayton, Conor Timmins, Jan Jenik, Mattias Maccelli, Kyle Capobianco, John Farinacci, Ivan Prosvetov, Liam Kirk, Josh Doan, Ben McCartney, Ilya Fedotov, Vladislav Kolyachonok, and Cameron Crotty. Enjoy the show, and thanks for listening
No. 362 - 32 Beats: Arizona Coyotes ft. Craig Morgan
Keeping Karlsson Fantasy Hockey Podcast
In the 14th installment of our 2021 32-Beats series, Craig Morgan joins Elan to break down the 2020/21 Coyotes season and discuss what we can expect in 2021/22.Topics discussed include: How bad will this team be next season? Plan for the rebuild. Is the goalie tandem really going to be Hutton and Korenar? Was Chychrun's breakout for real? Will Keller ever reach his rookie heights again? Can Kessel play his way out of Arizona? How hyped should we be about Jaskin? Why is Dvorak on the block? Can Gostisbehere turn his career around in the desert? Is Soderstrom ready to make the jump? How excited is the team about Guenther? And more! Make sure to follow Craig on Twitter @CraigSMorgan and read all his great work at AZ Coyotes Insider. Also check out the Nattie Hattie Natural Hat Trick Podcast.Join us for Season 7 of the Keeping Karlsson Ultimate Patron Fantasy League, aka the KKUPFL, by heading over to keepingkarlsson.com/patron and becoming a patron. Check out the full set of KKUPFL rules, manager and player stats, and more fun stuff at kkupfl.com.We always invite and appreciate your feedback. Let us know what you think @keepingkarlsson, and if you love the show, write us a five-star review on Apple Podcasts.* * *Join our inclusive, passionate and brilliant Keeping Karlsson community by becoming a patron of Keeping Karlsson-- for just $1/month this offseason! Patrons help us keep making new episodes and get all kinds of perks in return, like managing teams in the Keeping Karlsson Ultimate Patron Fantasy League (aka the KKUPFL), access to our patrons-only Discord Server, bonus monthly Patroncasts, and weekly show scripts.Keeping Karlsson is proudly presented by Dobber Hockey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Craig Morgan In Studio + Lunchbox Prank Calls + Amy Is Upset With Kane Brown
The Bobby Bones Show
Lunchbox had a few really great prank calls on the show today, Craig Morgan performs a bunch of his hits, Amy shares her adoption story & more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Join us for as we talk with long time journalist covering the Arizona Coyotes, Craig Morgan. Listen as he provides insights on the OEL trade situation, his opinion on the Coyotes moving to the Central divison, and also hear him talk about his unrivaled on ice hockey skills. Are the Montreal Canadiens going to win the Stanley Cup? Unfortunately, we were without Jim in this episode, but he will be back soon. Go Hockey!Support the show (http://www.buymeacoffee.com/letsfaceoff)
Marty Smith - The Road You Leave Behind #8 - Craig Morgan
The Marty Smith Podcast on Outsider
On the eighth installment of "The Road You Leave Behind," Outsider's Marty Smith sits down to speak with Craig Morgan in an exclusive interview. Like many country music stars, Morgan's path to fame started from humble beginnings. He joined the United States Army as a young man where he served for 16 years. Upon his return home to Tennessee, Morgan worked multiple jobs to support his family, including as a construction worker and an employee at Wal-Mart. The "Redneck Yacht Club" singer is the definition of a blue collar worker, and Craig's blue collar attitude didn't change once he found musical success. Feel Craig's honest and heartfelt emotion discussing "The Father, My Son, and the Holy Ghost", which he wrote after the tragic loss of his son, Jerry. An inspiring interview with an inspiring singer and songwriter.
Rugby's struggles to survive in the West are well documented. At the Shute Shield level these concerns are growing rapidly and rumours of insolvency, misrepresentations and a breakaway from the West have been circulating. Western Sydney Two Blues manager Craig Morgan has been at the forefront of Western Sydney Rugby for a number of years and he sees a number of misconceptions about why Rugby is not where it should be in the region. Craig raises a number of interesting facts, backed by statistics which provide a more balanced but no less concerning outlook on the game in the West and in general.
Episode 5 Craig Morgan talks about society and mental health
Seasoning the reasoning
In this episode we discuss how social inequality show up on those who have contact with mental health services in disproportionately higher numbers. Craig Morgan is Professor of Social Epidemiology, Head of the Health Service and Population Research Department at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, and Co-Director of the ESRC Centre for Society and Mental Health. He has previously held a MRC Special Training Fellowship in Health Services Research, and completed his PhD in Social Psychiatry, at the Institute of Psychiatry. His research is focused on social and cultural influences on the onset, course and outcome of mental disorders, particularly during adolescence, and he has led multi-country programmes on these topics, funded by, among others, the MRC, Wellcome Trust, European Union, and ESRC. He has published over 200 academic papers on these topics, and edited two books, Society and Psychosis, published by Cambridge University Press, and Principles of Social Psychiatry, published by Wiley-Blackwell. He is editor-in-chief of the journal Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. Visit ESRC Centre for Society and Mental Health https://www.kcl.ac.uk/csmh --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/h341ri-sewell/message
E189 - Craig Morgan - Country Singer and Outdoorsman
This Life Ain't For Everybody
Craig Morgan’s resume is one of the most varied and impressive on earth–soldier, sheriff’s deputy, EMT, adventurer, TV host, motocross racer, outdoorsman, farmer, family man. And then there is the career that ties it all together, a country music artist.