Stanley Cup Finals - Vancouver Canucks Versus Boston Bruins | Podcast #10

Three games in and Vancouver is ahead 2-1. What impact has Rome's hit and suspension have? How will Horton's loss affect the Bruins?

What's up with Keslar?

How many more Canucks are going to bounce off Chara?1

How has the discipline mess going to be resolved?

When two teams put out extraordinary effort, when one drops off a percentage, look out.

All this and more...

Dr. Sean Richardson

Performance psychologist to professional athletes, performing artists, and successful CEOs, Sean brings an Olympic level of commitment to excellence in his work with clients. Sean comes from a background of elite sport, having competed at national and international levels.

Combining 30 years as an athlete in competitive sports with a PhD, MA & BA in psychology, ongoing research & professional development in brain and behaviour functionality, and 9 years in practice, Sean has found that the principles of mental discipline required for performance at the highest levels in sport apply effectively to performance in business, music, dance and personal achievement.

Whilst high performance is the goal, Sean is also aware that many people get stopped by personal 'stuff' and by what goes on inside their heads - personal barriers often get in the way of even the most ambitious goals and determined efforts. Thus, Sean brings a total commitment to mental and emotional balance to his practice. He works tirelessly, coaching his clients to develop mindsets and behaviors that not only get them success, but also give them tools to be powerful in the face of most challenges that life throws at them.

Sean was born in Vancouver, Canada - the son of an Olympic rower, and himself a National Champion in rowing and windsurfing - he has grown up with high level performance in his blood. A long time academic, completing several research degrees in psychology (PhD and MA) as well as a BA, Sean has always been eager to share ideas with the world - committed to helping others get to their highest levels of performance in business, sport, arts and life.

His co-host, Scott Paton, has been a pioneer in Internet Marketing, Mobile Marketing, Blogging and Podcasting. He is excited to bring a new viewpoint to the fans of the Vancouver Canucks as they strive for Hockey's most sought-after prize.

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Nashville OT 3-2 - What's Next? | Vancouver Hockey Talk Podcast #9

Nashville loses in OT 3-2. Keslar scores winner.

The lesson from the Chicago let-down in Ganes 4 and 5. Elite teams are only one or two percentage points apart.

Nashville features two Vezina finalists.

One slip in focus can cost the game.

What are Alain Vigneault's thoughts on his players' games and why did he put Samuelsson on the winning powerplay?

What happens next?

Dr. Sean Richardson

Performance psychologist to professional athletes, performing artists, and successful CEOs, Sean brings an Olympic level of commitment to excellence in his work with clients. Sean comes from a background of elite sport, having competed at national and international levels.

Combining 30 years as an athlete in competitive sports with a PhD, MA & BA in psychology, ongoing research & professional development in brain and behaviour functionality, and 9 years in practice, Sean has found that the principles of mental discipline required for performance at the highest levels in sport apply effectively to performance in business, music, dance and personal achievement.

Whilst high performance is the goal, Sean is also aware that many people get stopped by personal 'stuff' and by what goes on inside their heads - personal barriers often get in the way of even the most ambitious goals and determined efforts. Thus, Sean brings a total commitment to mental and emotional balance to his practice. He works tirelessly, coaching his clients to develop mindsets and behaviors that not only get them success, but also give them tools to be powerful in the face of most challenges that life throws at them.

Sean was born in Vancouver, Canada - the son of an Olympic rower, and himself a National Champion in rowing and windsurfing - he has grown up with high level performance in his blood. A long time academic, completing several research degrees in psychology (PhD and MA) as well as a BA, Sean has always been eager to share ideas with the world - committed to helping others get to their highest levels of performance in business, sport, arts and life.

His co-host, Scott Paton, has been a pioneer in Internet Marketing, Mobile Marketing, Blogging and Podcasting. He is excited to bring a new viewpoint to the fans of the Vancouver Canucks as they strive for Hockey's most sought-after prize.

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Chicago | Vancouver Hockey Talk Podcast #8


Dr. Sean Richardson

Performance psychologist to professional athletes, performing artists, and successful CEOs, Sean brings an Olympic level of commitment to excellence in his work with clients. Sean comes from a background of elite sport, having competed at national and international levels.

Combining 30 years as an athlete in competitive sports with a PhD, MA & BA in psychology, ongoing research & professional development in brain and behaviour functionality, and 9 years in practice, Sean has found that the principles of mental discipline required for performance at the highest levels in sport apply effectively to performance in business, music, dance and personal achievement.

Whilst high performance is the goal, Sean is also aware that many people get stopped by personal 'stuff' and by what goes on inside their heads - personal barriers often get in the way of even the most ambitious goals and determined efforts. Thus, Sean brings a total commitment to mental and emotional balance to his practice. He works tirelessly, coaching his clients to develop mindsets and behaviors that not only get them success, but also give them tools to be powerful in the face of most challenges that life throws at them.

Sean was born in Vancouver, Canada - the son of an Olympic rower, and himself a National Champion in rowing and windsurfing - he has grown up with high level performance in his blood. A long time academic, completing several research degrees in psychology (PhD and MA) as well as a BA, Sean has always been eager to share ideas with the world - committed to helping others get to their highest levels of performance in business, sport, arts and life.

His co-host, Scott Paton, has been a pioneer in Internet Marketing, Mobile Marketing, Blogging and Podcasting. He is excited to bring a new viewpoint to the fans of the Vancouver Canucks as they strive for Hockey's most sought-after prize.

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Canucks 5 - 0 Wild | Vancouver Hockey Talk Podcast #7

Raymond 2 goals. Keslar 3 goals to hit the 40 goal plateau. Luongo has a shoutout.

GOAL SCORERS

VAN: M. Raymond (08:12 - 1st) , R. Kesler (PPG, 19:32 - 1st) , R. Kesler (07:20 - 2nd) , M. Raymond (09:11 - 2nd) , R. Kesler (02:18 - 3rd)

3rd Star - ***: Mason Raymond
2nd Star - **: Roberto Luongo
1st Star - *: Ryan Kesler

The Canucks got top defenseman Alex Edler back 2 1/2 months after back surgery.

Dr Richardson discusses when a drop in performance can occur and what to do to keep performance at a peak.

Dr. Sean Richardson

Performance psychologist to professional athletes, performing artists, and successful CEOs, Sean brings an Olympic level of commitment to excellence in his work with clients. Sean comes from a background of elite sport, having competed at national and international levels.

Combining 30 years as an athlete in competitive sports with a PhD, MA & BA in psychology, ongoing research & professional development in brain and behaviour functionality, and 9 years in practice, Sean has found that the principles of mental discipline required for performance at the highest levels in sport apply effectively to performance in business, music, dance and personal achievement.

Whilst high performance is the goal, Sean is also aware that many people get stopped by personal 'stuff' and by what goes on inside their heads - personal barriers often get in the way of even the most ambitious goals and determined efforts. Thus, Sean brings a total commitment to mental and emotional balance to his practice. He works tirelessly, coaching his clients to develop mindsets and behaviors that not only get them success, but also give them tools to be powerful in the face of most challenges that life throws at them.

Sean was born in Vancouver, Canada - the son of an Olympic rower, and himself a National Champion in rowing and windsurfing - he has grown up with high level performance in his blood. A long time academic, completing several research degrees in psychology (PhD and MA) as well as a BA, Sean has always been eager to share ideas with the world - committed to helping others get to their highest levels of performance in business, sport, arts and life.

His co-host, Scott Paton, has been a pioneer in Internet Marketing, Mobile Marketing, Blogging and Podcasting. He is excited to bring a new viewpoint to the fans of the Vancouver Canucks as they strive for Hockey's most sought-after prize.

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Canucks 4 Blue Jackets 1 | Vancouver Hockey Talk Podcast #6

Hanhuis hurt. Second line stars.

Where does Cody fit in?

The culture of excellence in the organization.

How will the Canucks deal with the loss of Manny Maholtra?

Dr. Sean Richardson

Performance psychologist to professional athletes, performing artists, and successful CEOs, Sean brings an Olympic level of commitment to excellence in his work with clients. Sean comes from a background of elite sport, having competed at national and international levels.

Combining 30 years as an athlete in competitive sports with a PhD, MA & BA in psychology, ongoing research & professional development in brain and behaviour functionality, and 9 years in practice, Sean has found that the principles of mental discipline required for performance at the highest levels in sport apply effectively to performance in business, music, dance and personal achievement.

Whilst high performance is the goal, Sean is also aware that many people get stopped by personal 'stuff' and by what goes on inside their heads - personal barriers often get in the way of even the most ambitious goals and determined efforts. Thus, Sean brings a total commitment to mental and emotional balance to his practice. He works tirelessly, coaching his clients to develop mindsets and behaviors that not only get them success, but also give them tools to be powerful in the face of most challenges that life throws at them.

Sean was born in Vancouver, Canada - the son of an Olympic rower, and himself a National Champion in rowing and windsurfing - he has grown up with high level performance in his blood. A long time academic, completing several research degrees in psychology (PhD and MA) as well as a BA, Sean has always been eager to share ideas with the world - committed to helping others get to their highest levels of performance in business, sport, arts and life.

His co-host, Scott Paton, has been a pioneer in Internet Marketing, Mobile Marketing, Blogging and Podcasting. He is excited to bring a new viewpoint to the fans of the Vancouver Canucks as they strive for Hockey's most sought-after prize.

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Canucks 3 Thrashers 1 | Vancouver Hockey Talk Podcast #5

In an interview with Sportsnet Radio FAN 960 in Calgary, Theo Fleury claimed that the Canucks would be eliminated in the first round, regardless of their opponent.

What impact will it have on the Canucks?

We discuss more about the expectation of excellence that teh Canucks have added to their culture this season.

Canucks win 3-1.

GOAL SCORERS

VAN: M. Raymond (05:08 - 2nd) , A. Bolduc (12:24 - 2nd) , A. Burrows (EN, 19:47 - 3rd)
ATL: B. Little (14:30 - 3rd)

Winning Goalie: Roberto Luongo

Dr. Sean Richardson

Performance psychologist to professional athletes, performing artists, and successful CEOs, Sean brings an Olympic level of commitment to excellence in his work with clients. Sean comes from a background of elite sport, having competed at national and international levels.

Combining 30 years as an athlete in competitive sports with a PhD, MA & BA in psychology, ongoing research & professional development in brain and behaviour functionality, and 9 years in practice, Sean has found that the principles of mental discipline required for performance at the highest levels in sport apply effectively to performance in business, music, dance and personal achievement.

Whilst high performance is the goal, Sean is also aware that many people get stopped by personal 'stuff' and by what goes on inside their heads - personal barriers often get in the way of even the most ambitious goals and determined efforts. Thus, Sean brings a total commitment to mental and emotional balance to his practice. He works tirelessly, coaching his clients to develop mindsets and behaviors that not only get them success, but also give them tools to be powerful in the face of most challenges that life throws at them.

Sean was born in Vancouver, Canada - the son of an Olympic rower, and himself a National Champion in rowing and windsurfing - he has grown up with high level performance in his blood. A long time academic, completing several research degrees in psychology (PhD and MA) as well as a BA, Sean has always been eager to share ideas with the world - committed to helping others get to their highest levels of performance in business, sport, arts and life.

His co-host, Scott Paton, has been a pioneer in Internet Marketing, Mobile Marketing, Blogging and Podcasting. He is excited to bring a new viewpoint to the fans of the Vancouver Canucks as they strive for Hockey's most sought-after prize.

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Vancouver 2 Detroit 1 | Vancouver Hockey Talk Podcast #4

We cover the 3-1 loss to Phoenix and the 2-1 victory over the Red Wings. How does the team respond to injuries to key players?

Our best wished go out to Manny Maholtra and his family.

How did Louongo do? What was up with Ryan Keslar and his faceoff performance? All this and more...

Dr. Sean Richardson

Performance psychologist to professional athletes, performing artists, and successful CEOs, Sean brings an Olympic level of commitment to excellence in his work with clients. Sean comes from a background of elite sport, having competed at national and international levels.

Combining 30 years as an athlete in competitive sports with a PhD, MA & BA in psychology, ongoing research & professional development in brain and behaviour functionality, and 9 years in practice, Sean has found that the principles of mental discipline required for performance at the highest levels in sport apply effectively to performance in business, music, dance and personal achievement.

Whilst high performance is the goal, Sean is also aware that many people get stopped by personal 'stuff' and by what goes on inside their heads - personal barriers often get in the way of even the most ambitious goals and determined efforts. Thus, Sean brings a total commitment to mental and emotional balance to his practice. He works tirelessly, coaching his clients to develop mindsets and behaviors that not only get them success, but also give them tools to be powerful in the face of most challenges that life throws at them.

Sean was born in Vancouver, Canada - the son of an Olympic rower, and himself a National Champion in rowing and windsurfing - he has grown up with high level performance in his blood. A long time academic, completing several research degrees in psychology (PhD and MA) as well as a BA, Sean has always been eager to share ideas with the world - committed to helping others get to their highest levels of performance in business, sport, arts and life.

His co-host, Scott Paton, has been a pioneer in Internet Marketing, Mobile Marketing, Blogging and Podcasting. He is excited to bring a new viewpoint to the fans of the Vancouver Canucks as they strive for Hockey's most sought-after prize.

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Canucks 4 Avalanche 2 | Vancouver Hockey Talk Podcast #3

Canucks come from behind. Win 4-2.

Last game 6 penalties. This time only one. Discipline, adjustment and taking responsibility.

These and other issues are discussed from a sports psychology.

Dr. Sean Richardson

Performance psychologist to professional athletes, performing artists, and successful CEOs, Sean brings an Olympic level of commitment to excellence in his work with clients. Sean comes from a background of elite sport, having competed at national and international levels.

Combining 30 years as an athlete in competitive sports with a PhD, MA & BA in psychology, ongoing research & professional development in brain and behaviour functionality, and 9 years in practice, Sean has found that the principles of mental discipline required for performance at the highest levels in sport apply effectively to performance in business, music, dance and personal achievement.

Whilst high performance is the goal, Sean is also aware that many people get stopped by personal 'stuff' and by what goes on inside their heads - personal barriers often get in the way of even the most ambitious goals and determined efforts. Thus, Sean brings a total commitment to mental and emotional balance to his practice. He works tirelessly, coaching his clients to develop mindsets and behaviors that not only get them success, but also give them tools to be powerful in the face of most challenges that life throws at them.

Sean was born in Vancouver, Canada - the son of an Olympic rower, and himself a National Champion in rowing and windsurfing - he has grown up with high level performance in his blood. A long time academic, completing several research degrees in psychology (PhD and MA) as well as a BA, Sean has always been eager to share ideas with the world - committed to helping others get to their highest levels of performance in business, sport, arts and life.

His co-host, Scott Paton, has been a pioneer in Internet Marketing, Mobile Marketing, Blogging and Podcasting. He is excited to bring a new viewpoint to the fans of the Vancouver Canucks as they strive for Hockey's most sought-after prize.

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Wild: 2 Canucks: 4 | Vancouver Hockey Talk Podcast #2

Dr. Sean Richardson talks about tonight's March 14th game Wild against the Canucks and high performance sports. Canucks were up 3-0, then held on for a 4-2 vistory. Ryan Keslar with his second goal (empty net) sealed the deal.

Dr. Sean Richardson

Performance psychologist to professional athletes, performing artists, and successful CEOs, Sean brings an Olympic level of commitment to excellence in his work with clients. Sean comes from a background of elite sport, having competed at national and international levels.

Combining 30 years as an athlete in competitive sports with a PhD, MA & BA in psychology, ongoing research & professional development in brain and behaviour functionality, and 9 years in practice, Sean has found that the principles of mental discipline required for performance at the highest levels in sport apply effectively to performance in business, music, dance and personal achievement.

Whilst high performance is the goal, Sean is also aware that many people get stopped by personal 'stuff' and by what goes on inside their heads - personal barriers often get in the way of even the most ambitious goals and determined efforts. Thus, Sean brings a total commitment to mental and emotional balance to his practice. He works tirelessly, coaching his clients to develop mindsets and behaviors that not only get them success, but also give them tools to be powerful in the face of most challenges that life throws at them.

Sean was born in Vancouver, Canada - the son of an Olympic rower, and himself a National Champion in rowing and windsurfing - he has grown up with high level performance in his blood. A long time academic, completing several research degrees in psychology (PhD and MA) as well as a BA, Sean has always been eager to share ideas with the world - committed to helping others get to their highest levels of performance in business, sport, arts and life.

His co-host, Scott Paton, has been a pioneer in Internet Marketing, Mobile Marketing, Blogging and Podcasting. He is excited to bring a new viewpoint to the fans of the Vancouver Canucks as they strive for Hockey's most sought-after prize.

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High Performance Sports Psychology | Vancouver Hockey Talk Podcast #1

Dr Richardson talk about his background as a Sports Psychologist and how he came home to Vancouver via Melbourne Australia.

Dr. Sean Richardson

Performance psychologist to professional athletes, performing artists, and successful CEOs, Sean brings an Olympic level of commitment to excellence in his work with clients. Sean comes from a background of elite sport, having competed at national and international levels.

Combining 30 years as an athlete in competitive sports with a PhD, MA & BA in psychology, ongoing research & professional development in brain and behaviour functionality, and 9 years in practice, Sean has found that the principles of mental discipline required for performance at the highest levels in sport apply effectively to performance in business, music, dance and personal achievement.

Whilst high performance is the goal, Sean is also aware that many people get stopped by personal 'stuff' and by what goes on inside their heads - personal barriers often get in the way of even the most ambitious goals and determined efforts. Thus, Sean brings a total commitment to mental and emotional balance to his practice. He works tirelessly, coaching his clients to develop mindsets and behaviors that not only get them success, but also give them tools to be powerful in the face of most challenges that life throws at them.

Sean was born in Vancouver, Canada - the son of an Olympic rower, and himself a National Champion in rowing and windsurfing - he has grown up with high level performance in his blood. A long time academic, completing several research degrees in psychology (PhD and MA) as well as a BA, Sean has always been eager to share ideas with the world - committed to helping others get to their highest levels of performance in business, sport, arts and life.

His co-host, Scott Paton, has been a pioneer in Internet Marketing, Mobile Marketing, Blogging and Podcasting. He is excited to bring a new viewpoint to the fans of the Vancouver Canucks as they strive for Hockey's most sought-after prize.

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