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Best Rachel Rochester podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Rachel Rochester podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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The Leafs on Deck podcast takes an in-depth look at the Toronto Maple Leafs prospects. Jacob Stoller and Mike Stephens evaluate whose up next in the team's depth chart, who to look out for down the road, and the development of recent AHL graduates in the AHL. With in depth coverage of Leafs prospects, you're going to love our podcast with new shows every Thursday.
 
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The guys dive into the ins-and-outs of the Leafs’ development system with special guest Rachel Doerrie. Doerrie, a former NHL analyst for the New Jersey Devils and for The Athletic, was on the ice with the Leafs’ player personnel staff staff during during the Leafs’ 2017 development camp. Follow us on Twitter for ongoing updates: Jacob Stoller Mike…
 
The guys discuss: How the Marlies match up against Rochester How Jeremy Bracco would have to elevate his game in playoff to earn a spot Leafs prospect Riley Stotts calls in to discuss his training with the team’s’ development staff this past week Also another fine episode of the scrum Follow us on Twitter for ongoing updates: Jacob Stoller Mike Ste…
 
This week, the guys dive into the positive strides that Leafs prospects Jeremy Bracco and Rasmus Sandin have made with the Toronto Marlies. Plus, Jake and Mike discuss the report of Sheldon Keefe closing in on an extension with the Leafs organization and last, but certainly not least....we answer YOUR questions on 'The Scrum.' Follow us on Twitter …
 
We started off the episode with a comprehensive dive into the Leafs' acquisition of Jake Muzzin. Then, we welcomed on NHL.com's AHL correspondent, Patrick Williams, to give us the rundown of his thoughts on the Marlies & general AHL matters. PLUS, we answer YOUR questions on this weeks 'Scrum'. Follow us on Twitter for ongoing updates: Jacob Stolle…
 
The guys discuss why trading Timothy Liljegren is a bad idea. Then, they dive into the news of Ryane Clowe stepping down from the ECHL’s NewfoundLand growlers. And as the Marlies surpass the midway point of their season, the guys evaluate the stock of the Leafs prospects in the ECHL. To top it all off, mike and Jake answer questions from listeners.…
 
John Tavares is a Maple Leaf! Auston Matthews is a Maple Leaf! And now...Michael Hutchinson is a Toronto Marlie. Jake and Mike elaborate on how the Marlies new goalie acquisition could be the turning point of the season. The guys also discussed Trevor Moore's NHL tenure, Michael Carcone's potential, and so, so much more... Follow us on Twitter for …
 
This week, Jake and Mike discuss the recent slew of transacations that the Toronto Marlies have made. Plus, Kyle Dubas' comments on Timothy Liljegren, Jeremy Bracco's recent hot streak AND a heated debate on which forward the Leafs should trade for a D (hint, Mike doesn't like the question). Follow us on Twitter for ongoing updates: Jacob Stoller M…
 
This episode, Jake and Mike discuss the weird week of hockey that the Toronto Marlies just played. Sam Gagner returned and the Marlies are in a real roster crunch. PLUS, what is Dmytro Timoshov’s future with the orginization? Follow us on Twitter for ongoing updates: Jacob Stoller Mike StephensBy info@podcastone.com
 
Jake and Mike discuss how the aftermath of the William Nylander signing will affect the Toronto Marlies. The guys analyze which players the Leafs could waive, and if any of them could go to the Marlies. PLUS, the guys analyze the marlies new addition, Morgan Klimchuk, and discuss why Andrew Nielsen was shipped out Follow us on Twitter for ongoing u…
 
This episode, Jake and Mike welcomed on Hailey Salvian of The Athletic to discuss all things Toronto Marlies. The trio discussed Rasmus Sandin's Marlies debut, Timothy Liljegren's progression, plus, they're early impressoins of the Marlies season. ALSO--Hailey dives into the friendship between Toronto Furies General Manager Sami Jo Small, and Toron…
 
On this week’s episode, Mike & Jake discuss the return of Frank Corrado, how Rasmus Sandin staying with the Marlies for the time being impacts their blue line, & what’s been plaguing Andreas Borgman. There’s also some yelling about offer sheets mixed in there too. Please rate and review the show if you can - it helps other people find the podcast. …
 
This week we talked about the Leafs depleted goalie depth, and interviewed Leafs prospect Ian Scott and discussed our first impressions of the new Marlies. Please rate and review the show if you can - it helps other people find the podcast. Also if you can share or retweet any social media posts - it would greatly help. Follow us on Twitter for ong…
 
On Episode three of Leafs on Deck, the guys discussed a wide-range of topics, including: -- Why you should chill out about Andreas Johnsson's slow start -- Laurence Gilman's press conference before the Marlies home-opener -- The Marlies are off to a slow start Plus, be sure to hang in to the end to find out who will be the show's first guest, on Ep…
 
Mike & Jake break down a whirlwind past few days. From dissecting the final round of training camp cuts, evaluating the Marlies new goaltending situation, to reacting to the acquisition of Sam Gagner, the boys cover every topic under the sun. Let the regular season begin! Please rate and review the show if you can - it helps other people find the p…
 
In the inaugural episode, Jacob and Mike ask: Has reigning AHL goalie of the year Garret Sparks lost out on the backup job? Where will 2018 first round pick Rasmus Sandin play this season? Plus, the guys also take a look at the Marlies forwards, evaluating who could play on which line, and what to expect from each prospect. Please rate and review t…
 
On May 8, I had the pleasure of recording Marjorie Perloff’s talk Reading the Verses Backward, Poetry for the Digital Age.” Marjorie Perloff is a leading scholar of contemporary poetry. She served as the president of the ACLA from 1993-95, and was the president of the MLA in 2006. Her most influential books include Radical Artifice: Writing Poetry …
 
In this week's episode, I sat down with Dr. Martha Nell Smith, a Distinguished Scholar-Teacher, Professor of English, and Founding Director of the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities at the University of Maryland. Her numerous print publications include five singly and coauthored books, including —Emily Dickinson, A User’s Guide; Co…
 
This week on the DH Podcast, I sat down with Laura Sanders and Kathi Inman Berens. Laura Sanders currently teaches as an adjunct for community colleges in Oregon and California. She also currently serves as teaching learning center coordinator, online English faculty mentor, and community-based learning coordinator for Portland Community College. L…
 
On this month's podcast I spoke with Chandra LeGue, the Western Oregon Field Coordinator for Oregon Wild. LeGue speaks about working with Google Trekker and using Google Street View technology to advocate for preserving Oregon’s threatened public lands. For more on Oregon Wild’s work with Google Trekker, check out their press release, LeGue’s blog …
 
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