(0:00) The final hour starts with the show talking about the NFL coaching carousel and how it impacts the Patriots and the AFC. (14:10) The Bruins Avalanche game from last night and the fallout from the Taylor Hall Nathan MacKinnon hit are revisited with calls coming in. (25:10) Final segment of phone calls from all the topics from the day and the email of the day. (34:30) The Final Word with Big Jim Murray.
(0:00) Felger, Mazz and Murray start Thursday's show with Taylor Hall's hit on Nathan MacKinnon last night and both teams responses to the hit. (13:10) The Bruins loss in overtime to the Avalanche after leading 3-1 headed into the 3rd period is discussed. (24:30) Jake Debrusk good play lately is bothering Felger and he doesn't want the Bruins to trade him as a reward for finally playing to his potential. (33:50) Calls come in on Bruins-Avalanche last night with fans taking sides on the Taylor Hall hit and Debrusk's improved play lately.
(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the fourth hour by questioning what's going right for baseball right now. (12:00) We continue our conversation on the future of baseball, as callers offer up their thoughts on the MLB Hall of Fame and NFL playoff storylines. (23:59) The guys touch on the Bruins loss to the Avalanche last night, and Jordan Subban being the victim of a racial gesture. (34:48) Today's Takeaways.
Gresh and Keefe are joined by Andrew Raycroft to talk Bruins, how much time Tuukka Rask needs, and who he's going to put in the Tickle Trunk this week.
Hour 2: Gresh and Keefe discuss if the Patriots should pay a premium in order to retain JC Jackson. The guys are also joined by Andrew Raycroft to talk Bruins before Keefe and Scheim bring you this week's Perfect Fantasy Lineup.
Hour 1: Gresh and Keefe discuss the Bruins third period collapse against the Avalanche before getting into the new hiring in the NFL. Then the guys react to the coaching carousel heating up across the NFL. Ian Rapoport joins the program to give us all the latest across football but is cut short by breaking news!
Hour 3 of The Greg Hill Show kicks off revisiting a Lead from this morning about Mac Jones being held back, which transitions into the Sean Payton conversation. Bruins legend Mike Milbury joins GHS to talk the rust Tuukka is knocking off and if Boston should be all-in for this year or set up for the future. Then, a very unique conversation on coffee beans and the wild cat that helps "produce" them.
(00:00) Fred broadcasts from home, but Rich and Wallach are in-studio. (20:08) WHAT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT: Cale Makar scores a power-play goal 3:01 into overtime, giving the Avalanche a 4-3 win over the Bruins. Josh McDaniels no longer favorite to land NFL head coaching job. CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH Twitter: @Toucherandrich || @fredtoucher || @KenGriffeyRules Instagram: @Toucherandrichofficial || @fredtoucher Twitch: twitch.tv/thesportshub 98.5 The Sports Hub: Website || Twitter || Facebook || Instagram
UFC, NFL, and the NHL were all on the fellas bet slips last weekend, and well, their bookies are happy today... Uppy was up in Seattle to tee it up and watch the Kraken take on the Blues, while Obi was holding it down in Newport enjoying all the exciting action. The fellas are joined today by the 2004 Calder Trophy winner and former NHL Goalkeeper, Andrew Raycroft (@AndrewRaycroft), to breakdown his rookie year, winning the Calder Trophy, and getting traded for Tukka Rask. But first, the fellas have some topics to snap around: - Canadian Team's Brutal Make-Up Schedules- Team Canada's Olympic Roster Announced- Reevo Lighting Up MSG - NHL Fight Leaders- National League Tarps- And Much More!Then former Goalkeeper and current NESN Studio Analyst for the Boston Bruins, Andrew Raycroft, joins the show to discuss skating alongside Joe Thornton, playing for the B's, dealing with Obs missing curfew during their playing days, and much more!
In a major breakthrough from the co-hosts of the podcast ... Matt and Ty have admitted that Tuukka Rask did not play well in a hockey game. The guys open up about their shocking admission as part of this week's new episode. /s The rundown... -- Yes, Tuukka Rask played poorly in the latest Bruins' loss. Also known as the thing that Matt and Ty say every time he plays poorly, because they call it like they see it with their own two eyes. -- The Bruins seem to be open for business at the trade deadline. Ty reveals what he expects Don Sweeney to add, and the guys go over the latest rumors. -- Defenseman Urho Vaakanainen has been playing his best hockey to date in his latest stint with the Bruins, and his continued development is a good sign. -- The guys reveal their "Big 3" picks for their personal Hall of Fame. A bit of a free-form category, as they reveal three of the most impactful people or things in their lives. Subscribe to the Sports Hub Underground for new episodes every Thursday. Apple: https://apple.co/3AICTPR Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3j5ibDR Google: http://bit.ly/38pPKIG
The @UclaBTeam is now part of the What's Bruin Network! Subscribe to one feed to get three great shows!What's Bruin Symposium - A conversation about all things Bruin over drinks with Bruin Report Online's @mikeregaladoLA, @wbjake68, Jamaal (@champspapa1015) and BillThe B Team - insightful Bruin talk with @MichaelMHanna and Nathan (@Sideoutpar)West Coast Bias - LA Sports (mostly Lakers, Dodgers and NFL) with Jamaal and JakeSupport WBS at Patreon.com/WhatsBruinShow for just $2/month and get exclusive content, access to our SLACK channel and the new WBS Sticker. Please rate and review us on whatever platform you listen on. Call the WBS Hotline at 805-399-4WBS (Suck it Reign of Troy)
(0:00) Felger, Mazz, and Murray start the final hour of the show with caller reaction to the NFL, Celtics, and Bruins (13:40 Continued caller reaction on all thoughts of the day (24:05) Email of the Day on Tom Brady retiring (37:30) The Final Word!
(0:00) Felger, Mazz, and Murray start hour 3 of the show discussing what is most important when it comes to having a successful NFL team. (10:22) Will the Bengals ruin Joe Burrow and how can Mac Jones close the gap on Qbs in the AFC? (22:08) Discussion about the Bruins and how they can improve at the deadline. (29:54) Is Jimmy Garoppolo the answer in San Francisco?
Brownie and Ked are back with another episode of The Morning Skate: -Mea Culpas -Hockey is For Everyone -All Star Game Fixes -Teddy Bear Toss -Olympics -Clark Gilles Chris Kreider has hit the 30 goal mark, theres not a more valuable goalie in the league than Igor and the Rangers retire Hanks number on Friday. Is it time to be concerned about Tuuka? And will the Bruins try to bring in JT Miller? We discuss who we'd want to spend a full day with in this weeks 3 stars. Do you listen to The Morning Skate? Please be sure to leave us a review on iTunes. Every review lets us know how we're doing, how we can continue to make the podcast better and help us land future guests. Be sure to check us out at www.morning-skate.com Follow us on social media! Facebook: www.facebook.com/morningskate/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/morning_skate Twitter: twitter.com/morning_skate
David Ortiz is going to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, after he was a first ballot selection. Are you surprised? Clemens, Bonds, Sosa, Schilling and ARod were all denied again. Is Big Papi the most clutch hitter in Red Sox history?What did you think of the NFL playoffs last weekend? Can the Patriots be a top team with Mac Jones at QB? Does Josh Allen scare you? Is Patrick Mahomes the best in the league right now? What about Tom Brady? Do you think he'll retire? Our Best Foods #ourbestmeatballs Cold Springs RV Corporation
NHL Picks and Predictions for Wednesday, January 26: Join Andrew McInnis, Carmine Bianco and The Prez for Wednesday's edition of Puck Time as our panel of professional hockey handicappers break down tonight's NHL betting card. Anaheim has enjoyed playing teams from the East recently, beating the Flyers, Red Wings, Lightning and Bruins over the last couple weeks. Can they pick up another cross-conference win over Toronto tonight? Join Andrew, Carmine and Prez for Puck Time as we discuss tonight's NHL betting slate.#NHL | #Hockey | #PuckTimeWednesday's featured NHL games: Introduction 00:00Toronto Maple Leafs vs Anaheim Ducks 8:14Washington Capitals vs San Jose Sharks 15:34Columbus Blue Jackets vs Calgary Flames 26:09Colorado Avalanche vs Boston Bruins 33:08
(00:00) Billy Jaffe is a hockey analyst and part of the Bruins pre-game, post-game and intermission shows on NESN - He joins Toucher & Rich for his weekly segment. (35:18) THE STACK CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH Twitter:@Toucherandrich||@fredtoucher||@KenGriffeyRules Instagram:@Toucherandrichofficial ||@fredtoucher Twitch:twitch.tv/thesportshub 98.5 The Sports Hub:Website||Twitter||Facebook||Instagram
Mark Titus and Tate Frazier are back and so is UCLA! They discuss the Bruins's big win over the Arizona Wildcats before pivoting to the end of the Chris Mack era in Louisville, and if Rick Pitino will return to the Cardinals. Next up, Ochai Agbaji's stellar play for Kansas is highlighted, as well as the new Coach K billboards in Durham, NC. The wild shakeup in the SEC is next, followed by shoutouts and closeouts.
A crossover with THPN's "Sporty with Cori & Richie" Richie and Cam toast the Rams' epic win over the Bucs What's actually going on with the Arizona Coyotes? Richie vs. Drew: Ad Read Battle "1-800-Gambler: The Movie" A serious note from Richie and Cori
(0:00) Felger, Mazz, and Murray kick off the third hour discussing David Ortiz and the Baseball Hall of Fame voting. (11:42) More thoughts on the Baseball Hall of Fame and steroids. (22:31) Tuukka Rask struggled as the Bruins fell 5-3 to the Ducks. (30:38) Thoughts on Curt Schilling and the Baseball Hall of Fame.
HOUR 1: Bonds, Clemens and Ortiz are closer than ever to making the Baseball Hall of Fame. Merloni and Fauria listen to Tom Brady's comments on the "Let's Go" podcast where he addressed his potential retirement. Plus, Merloni wonders why Tuukka Rask was even brought back by the Bruins 1-25-22
(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the third hour with some more trivia talk, before discussing the best way to help cable survive into the future. (9:49) Calls come in on Jayson Tatum's Mom complaining about the media being disrespectful, Zo coming clean on the Bills, and why Tom Brady will be sticking around with the Bucs. (20:13) We dive into a conversation about Dan Shaughnessy's Hall of Fame ballot and whether David Ortiz will earn enough votes to be inducted tonight. (30:33) Bruins defenseman Derek Forbort joins the show to discuss the team's tough loss against the Ducks last night, Tuukka Rask's performance since returning, and his payment for talking with us every week.
(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the second hour by questioning how to fix Beetle's injured shoulder, as calls come in on his fall and Jimmy Garoppolo . (12:17) We react to another rocky performance from Tuukka Rask and whether he's become a legitimate problem for the Bruins moving forward. (24:57) The guys go back and forth on rumors circulating about the Celtics being active at the trade deadline. (33:06) We dive into some trivia with Tyler about state capitals and vice presidents.
Elliotte joins Jeff to chat about Tuukka Rask's struggles, and Bruins fans chanting for Jeremy Swayman (0:26). Next, they discuss the hiring of Émilie Castonguay as Canucks AGM, Elliotte's chat with Angela Gorgone Swartz who was the first woman to serve as an AGM in the NHL, the GM spot being empty still in Vancouver, and who ultimately will have final say in decisions in the Canucks organization (3:49). Then the guys discuss the Canadian men's Olympic hockey roster, Josh Ho-Sang's inclusion and why the Leafs refrained from calling him up to the NHL, and whether these games could be a springboard for Eric Staal to get back into the NHL (13:51). To finish, they touch on what to expect from Chuck Fletcher as the Flyers GM gets set to address the media Wednesday amidst the team's 12-game losing streak, Justin Faulk's comments about Canada, and Erik Karlsson's forearm surgery (16:50).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
The guys cover a LOT in this episode of the Sound Of Hockey Podcast, and in the process, they introduce you to the newest member of the Seattle Kraken, Karson Kuhlman. Kuhlman was claimed off waivers from the Boston Bruins last week, so he talks about the whirlwind it has been to get to Seattle and get acclimated to his new team and city. He also shares some thoughts on playing for the UMD Bulldogs and the Bruins and explains why Darren is wrong about Duck, Duck, Grey Duck. Aside from the chat with Karson, the guys also dig into the last three Kraken games since the previous episode, in which Seattle won two out of three against the Sharks, Blues, and Panthers. John, Andy, and Darren are especially amped up about the outcome of the Florida game. They also talk about the Coachella Valley Firebirds jersey and Darren defends Jeremy Lauzon again. Before getting to the Kuhlman interview, they dig into the very difficult topic of racism in hockey, hoping that the conversation can fuel even the smallest change in a few folks out there. After the Kuhlman interview, the guys move on to their segments, which this week include Goalie Gear Corner, Weekly One-Timers, and Three Stars. SUBSCRIBE! ENJOY! REVIEW!
Bruins Beat w/ Evan Marinofsky Ep. 292 Breaking Down Bruins Trade Assets Presented by BetOnline Evan Marinofsky of Turner Sports is joined by Ty Anderson of 98.5 the Sports Hub to discuss the idea of trading Jeremy Swayman. Is that in the Bruins best interest? The guys also talked about Tuukka Rask's play so far, the best trade chips the Bruins have and when Jake DeBrusk might be moved. Plus, do the Bruins need a tough guy? Actually, what even is “toughness”? Follow Evan Marinofsky on Twitter Follow CLNS Media on Twitter 6:00 - Trading Swayman probably isn't such a great idea 15:00 - Evaluating Tuukka Rask's play 20:00 - Don't talk to us on the T 25:00 - How to trade DeBrusk 32:00 - Could a team overpay for Trent Frederic? 37:00 - Do the Bruins have toughness?
In this episode of Morning Bru, Jaffe & Razor discuss a game which the Bruins dropped the final game of their homestand against the Anaheim Ducks 5-3. They discuss the play of Tuukka Rask, the Oskar Steen penalty, the Foligno fight, the physical makeup of the team, and more.
On this episode the boys are joined by one of the greatest voices and people in sports history, Mike "Doc" Emrick. He had an illustrious 47 year broadcasting career that included 22 Stanley Cup Finals, 6 Olympics, and 45 Game 7's, and an estimated 3,750 professional hockey games. Doc talks about his start with the Flyers and how it ended, his special relationship with Lou Lamoriello, the best decade of hockey, and interviewing Mike Babcock mid-game. Before the interview the boys get into Draisaitl's "pissy" press conference, Justin Faulk not wanting to go to Canada, Phil Kessel being a good trade option, and much more. You could probably listen to Doc talk about anything for an hour, but hearing him tell great hockey stories makes it that much better. Enjoy one of the most iconic voices in broadcasting history illustrate some of his favorite stories on this edition of The Cam & Strick Podcast. interview starts: 57:56InstagramTwitterYouTubeTikTokCam & Strick WebsiteYou can also keep up with the boys on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!Andy Strickland - Instagram | TwitterCam Janssen - Instagram | Twitter | Facebook
Just an incredible day of football. The Juice plays did well but we all won after those 4 games. After all the drama and last second victories, Matt Perrault is going to go bet some hockey on a Monday. Find out about plays on the Monday morning edition of the Daily Juice Podcast presented by BetMGM
(0:00) Felger, Mazz, and Murray open the second hour discussing Josh Allen and the Bills in the AFC East (12:04) Callers weigh in on Agenda Free Friday! (24:37) More caller reaction on Patriots, Bruins, and more! (31:40) Thoughts on Bill Belichick's postgame comments following the Patriots Wild Card Weekend loss to the Bills.
Chris is cruisin', Drew's hammered, Cam's got a roasted, robust, nutty flavor in his mouth, and Jess and Nick join for some fun After Dark post-game recording. The gang breaks down the game against the Caps including Tom Wilson's hit on Anton Blidh, Marchand getting injured, and more.
(0:00) Felger, Mazz, and Murray open the show on an Agenda Free Friday giving their opening thoughts on the Bruins, Patriots, and NFL Playoffs. (12:29) Looking at the upcoming Tampa Bay Buccaneers and L.A. Rams matchup. (23:05) Thoughts on the Bruins win over the Capitals last night at TD Garden. (32:00) Looking at Garnet Hathaway's hit on Brad Marchand last night.
Hour 3: Gresh and Keefe break down the Bruins big win over the Capitals last night. Then the guys hit on some of the different mock drafts for the Patriots before they get to the best of the week that was in Keefer Madness Week in Review.
(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the second hour by reacting to the Bruins bouncing back against the Capitals, and Tom Wilson's hit on Brad Marchand. (10:11) Calls come in on Tom Wilson's hit, picks for the Divisional Round, and missing Chris Wagner. (23:28) The guys touch on the top storylines in the NFL with this edition of “Read & React”. (33:09) We go back and forth on John Tomase defending Dan Shaughnessy's HOF ballot and whether David Ortiz will get in on his first try.
Jeff and Elliotte open with a talk about the Oilers' loss to Florida, the team's goaltending situation, the tension in the organization, and whether Edmonton has reached its breaking point (1:02). Next, the guys touch on the Panthers' relentlessness, the Canucks' GM search, J.T. Miller trade rumours, and what to make of the team (7:27). Then a chat about the the Flyers and what changes might be coming, and last night's chippy affair between the Bruins and Capitals which saw Brad Marchand leave the game injured following a hit from Garnet Hathaway (14:37). To wrap, the guys talk about the state of the Jets following the team's loss to the Predators, and the 10th annual Hockey Talks game tonight in Vancouver (21:47).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
(00:00) Following up on yesterday's viral video of a West Virginia reporter being hit by a car on live TV. (19:48) Setting home from wearing shirts that were considered “inappropriate”. Plus, MeatLoaf was terrible (35:12) We turn our focus to the Boston Bruins, who defeated the Washington Capitals last night thanks to a late goal by Charlie McAvoy. Marchand's injury is a big concern for the Bruins. The guys turn their attention back to MeatLoaf and how terrible he was. CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH Twitter:@Toucherandrich||@fredtoucher||@KenGriffeyRules Instagram:@Toucherandrichofficial ||@fredtoucher Twitch:twitch.tv/thesportshub 98.5 The Sports Hub:Website||Twitter||Facebook||Instagram
In this episode of Morning Bru, Jaffe & Razor break down a game which Charlie McAvoy scored the game winner with 45 seconds remaining lifting the Bruins to a 4-3 victory over the Washington Capitals. They discuss the play of David Pastrnak, goaltending, the hits which knocked Brad Marchand and Anton Blidh out of the game, and more.
(0:00) Felger, Mazz, and Murray open the show discussing where the Patriots rank in relation to the AFC Landscape. (11:26) Caller reaction to Mac Jones, the Patriots, and the rest of the AFC. (25:26) Looking at the Bruins 7-1 loss to the Hurricanes on Tuesday night. (33:12) A Fuppets Throwback to Felger and sporting events that are “stream only”.
Linda and Emily open up this episode talking about which teams across the league are powerhouses. After that, they sit down with Bruins' Taylor Hall to talk about everything from settling into a new city to what he would like to see the league do differently.
(00:00) COVID hits the Toucher household! Because of that, Fred broadcasts from home, Rich continues to broadcasts from home and Wallach is in-studio. (14:48) WHAT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT: Terry Rozier hit a pull-up 3-pointer to close the book on a comeback attempt and send the C's to a 111-102 loss to the Hornets. NHL announces new dates for postponed Boston Bruins games. Is Fred going to GatorLand during his trip to Florida? CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH Twitter:@Toucherandrich||@fredtoucher||@KenGriffeyRules Instagram:@Toucherandrichofficial ||@fredtoucher Twitch:twitch.tv/thesportshub 98.5 The Sports Hub:Website||Twitter||Facebook||Instagram
A rough 0-3-1 night for the picks on the Juice sends host Matt Perrault back into a smaller card for Thursday. He's got a hockey play and an NBA one to talk about this morning. Find out about plays on the Thursday morning edition of the Daily Juice Podcast presented by BetMGM
The Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast is powered by BetOnline.AG Please support our podcast by signing up for a free account at BetOnline.AG and use code: CLNS50 for a 50% welcome bonus. Below are the show topics that hosts Heather Ingerson and Mark Allred talked about in episode 262! In this week's episode hosts Heather Ingerson and Mark Allred are back talking everything Boston Bruins hockey. The B's have been a wagon since coming back from the mid-season break but they do have a challenging week ahead with teams like Carolina, Washington, and Winnipeg all coming to the TD Garden in the coming days. Follow us on Twitter at: Mark Allred @BlackAndGold277 Heather Ingerson @ingathebigmouth Podcast Account @BlackNGoldPod Instagram Account @Blackngoldhockey If you'd like to support us financially we do have a Patreon campaign where we give back weekly with Boston hockey-related prizes and monthly Boston Bruins hand-signed jersey giveaways. Please go to patreon.com/blackngoldhockeypodcast and donate just $1 per episode to be eligible! Have a question or a comment for the hosts? Please send us an email at email@example.com Thanks for tuning in and all the support! We'll be back next week for another show of Bruins Hockey related material. Take Care and GO, Bruins!!