Big thanks to all for coming along for the ride for the live video podcast whether online or in person including regular guests Dan Funboy and Mark the Motivational Speaker plus Winnipeg Karl and all the intermission guests listed below.
Mark the Motivational Speaker and DaveO breaking it down (and inadvertantly flashing gang signs it seems) Photo by Left Antler
Nice to see many amigo y amiga on the (albeit squirrelly) chat channel including GZ Expat, Australian guy, Hot Wheel, Chris Pirillo, RadioBread, Olympia Dave and more …
Big ups to Roland Tanglao (Roland is a Bryght guy and also makes Van Eats) for tending to all the crazy Ustream.tv tech stuff. See also Urban Vancouver and Now Public for updates on live events.
Big thankies to Elastic Path (they make ecommerce software) for the fancy schmancy space for the instant studio
I’ve listed some random topics i remember with pertinent links to increase your knowledge. Let me know if theres other to mention.
Next time, we’ll aim for a better chat and a WIN for the Canucks!
DaveO and Dan Funboy on the Live Show
Roland Flickr set – Richard photos
Edmonton and Toronto both had a “Kid Line”
from Wikipedia “Kid Line” entry:
The Kid Line was a NHL line for the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 1930’s. It included Charlie Conacher, Harvey “Busher” Jackson and Joe Primeau. When they first came together as a line, Primeau was the oldest at 23 years old, while Jackson and Conacher were both 18. All three players are members of the Hockey Hall of Fame.
and from the Edmonton Oilers entry …
Adam Graves, Martin Gelinas and Joe Murphy, their “Kid Line” (not to be confused with the 1931-32 Leafs’ Harvey “Busher” Jackson, “Gentleman Joe” Primeau, and “Big Bomber Charlie” Conacher) won their fifth and, to date, final Stanley Cup
Canucks Family Cookbook
Here’s Radio Bread screenshot of me cheesing out with the 1981 team Cookbook with 2 perogy recipes (Stan Smyl’s Mom’s and Brent Ashton)
Richard’s Hockey in Iceland
Ejected Player sitting in stands
from Richard’s Hockey in Iceland (Set)
Elvar Jonsteinsson (ISL)
Height 182 cm / 5′ 11″
Weight 89 kg / 196lbs / 14st 0lbs
Position Left Defender, Left Winger
Bonus: Richard’s (curator of Canucks Nation) shot of the “Beer-y-mid” on CBC’s HNICBeerymid on CBC
Oldtimers’ Hockey Challenge – Players – Brent Ashton
Brent Ashton played for nine teams during a 14-year career, and was traded an extraordinary nine times
Brent Ashton in Wikipedia
Brent Ashton’s career hockey statistics at hockeydb.com
Brent played for the Canucks in the 79-80 and 80-81 seasons – here’s a line:
1980-81 GP 77, G 18, A 11, PIM 57, +/- -10
- Born and lives in Saskatoon
- Married with 3 children
- Played 14 years with nine teams in the NHL
- Scratch Golfer
- In the sportswear business and studying to be a Financial Planner
And Even More …
Left Antler took some great snaps and brought happy vibe – thanks!
The Fossil and Mark look on the big screen at EP HQ
Finally … Big thanks to my cohort Cosmo of the Clubside Breakfast Time podcast (who was at Podcast hotel) for the quick action on the clip from CBC’sOn the Coast with Priya Ramu