Join our Florida Team From Sarasota Frank,Bobby Bella Kayden From Tampa Spectru Bay News 9 sportscaster Mr Roy Cummings From Atlanta Mr Roger Hendler From Washington D C Mike Sizak From Baltimore Doug Hailton and fro the Jersey Shore the world nound Sportscaster Hall of Fame and Philadelphia Television and Radio Pioneers Hall of Fae Mr Don Henderson. Our special guest tonight are The Director of Golf at Rock anner CC Mr Mike Cole and Hockey Hall of Fae and the Tampa Bay Lightning Mr Rick Peckman. Join the fun call in
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PRAISE ALFIE! Daniel Alfredsson is finally going into the Hockey Hall of Fame! The selection committee made the announcement today to add Alfie, who's been eligible since 2017. Colorado is king of the hockey world taking down Tampa Bay in Game Six with a 2-1 win over Colorado.
Thomas Drance & Jamie Dodd discuss Roberto Luongo, Henrik & Daniel Sedin's induction into the 2022 Hockey Hall of Fame. The boys also chat the Avs winning the 2022 Stanley Cup.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Kirk Buchner and Evan Nolan look at the latest Hall of Fame related news. They review what the NHL Award winners mean Hockey Hall potential. Kirk says FINA got it right, and we should all pay more attention to Katie Ledecky. They debate if Rob Gronkowsi is really done, and say that Sue Bird is first ballot. Evan praises this year's rookie crop in MLB, and ponders #Golf's future. Evan wonders why #DanielSnyder is still around. All this and much more!
Hall of Fame goalie and two-time Olympic gold medalists Martin Brodeur joins the Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast. Marty talks about his role with the New Jersey Devils now, where the team is at, the staff's belief in their roster, being a part of the organization he spent his career with, his involvement with the goalies, his Olympic experience and it's impact on his career plus much more. #AskRayandDregsAnything sees questions on the Winnipeg Jets, who is in the running for the Hart Trophy and Ray's “Must Play List” of courses in BC. Coolbet Kris talks NHL All-Star Weekend and the wide variety of Super Bowl prop bets. This week's episode is presented by our title sponsor Canadian Club Whisky: who are asking: 'Are You Over Beer?', Coolbet.co the free to play sports and casino games website, by Boston Pizza - pick it up or get it delivered right to your door, let Boston Pizza do the cooking tonight, by Kintec Footwear and Orthotics - Book a consultation at Kintec.net and by Endy.ca: use code RD75 for $75 off your mattress order. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Angela Ruggiero is a four-time Olympian and was the youngest player on the first-ever women's US Ice Hockey team where she won a gold medal. She also was the first female non-goalie to play on a men's professional hockey team. Today, she is Co-Founder and CEO of Sports Innovation Lab where her goal is to help the world's leading sports organizations identify and understand their fans, so they can create better fan experiences. We talk all things Olympics, how sports fans are changing, and her love for rugby culture.
We're joined in this one by six-time Stanley Cup winner Mark Messier. We talk about his new hockey analyst job with ESPN. We discuss his new book, No One Wins Alone. Mess gets into family and team lessons he learned from his dad; the importance of "glue" guys on championship teams; how the real game of hockey is between the ears. Mark shares the one big regret in his hockey career; they discuss his charity foundation; and he and Jimmy remember those Oiler dynasty years in Edmonton when they were roommates for a few weeks and how Mark intervened on Jimmy's decision to marry his girlfriend.
Natalie Darwitz is one of the most decorated players to play hockey. Darwitz is a member of the USA Hockey Hall of Fame, the Minnesota Sports Hall of Fame and the Minnesota High School League Hall of Fame. Timestamps: - Opened with talking about current University of Minnesota women's team 4:45 -- How Natalie ended up as an assistant coach with the Gophers this season 7:00 -- How women's hockey has changed in the last 10 years 10:00 -- Why she decided to retire in 2010 at age 25 14:25 -- How she got into coaching and how coaching helped her as a player 17:10 -- How and why she started playing hockey 19:20 -- Playing high school hockey 20:15 -- Joining the USA senior national team at age 15 22:30 -- What was it like playing in the Olympics 26:45 -- Turning Hamline University into a national title contender during her time there. www.therinklive.com
It's Sunday night and we've got a new episode of Jets Nation Radio ready to help you kick off your week. There is a new co-host, voice of the Dauphin Kings Darnell Duff. Over the next hour the boys discuss whether head coach Paul Maurice should still be the head coach of the Jets and who could replace him. Big shock, they don't want him to be the head coach. They discussed Milan Lucic's hit on Dylan Demlo from Saturday night and Brendan Lemieux biting Brady Tkachuk and the suspension they should get. They talk about the new Team Canada jersey's and discuss who could be team Canada's head coach. The boys fall into a bit a rabbit trail and talk about the Chicago Blackhawks and the rough season they're having and if Marc-Andre Fleury should end up in the Hockey Hall of Fall. A new segment call "The fun question of the week" the question is would you rather have 2 Connors (Kyle Connor and Connor Hellebuyck) or just 1 Connor McDavid. We predict the Jets record for the week and then get to hot and cold performers of the week.
Episode 50 of the "New Ice City" podcast features six-time champion and recent Hockey Hall of Fame inductee Kevin Lowe, who stops by to tell some of his favorite stories from the New York Rangers' run to the Stanley Cup in 1994. Plus, host Vincent Mercogliano discusses the latest Rangers' news, including Dryden Hunt's promotion to the top line, Nils Lundkvist's development and what the Blueshirts could do in the NHL trade market.
We're back!Erica L. Ayala brings back the Founding 4 Podcast ahead of the 2022 Winter Olympics! Come for the interview with Hall of Famer Angela James, stay to learn about the return of your favorite women's hockey show and how to support Erica's coverage from Beijing! Angela James joins Tara Slone Listen to Angela James on the Soul on Ice Podcast Erica's PWRFWD Shop, where #BlackRosie lives The Founding 4 Podcast is a women's ice hockey podcast hosted by Erica L. Ayala. The podcast lives on Transistor.fm and is part of the Sports Talk with Erica L. Ayala Podcast Network.Like, share, subscribe, comment, and rate our show. That is how we get more eyes/ears on women in sports.Join Sports Talk ELA on PatreonFollow the show on Twitter @Founding4PodFollow Erica L. Ayala on Twitter @elindsay08Show TimestampsMusic Credit:Wallflowers, New Year, and Shibuya by Bad Snacks★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Jimmy's got a special one this week as he awards not just a "game ball" but a "game puck!" And the winner is...Hockey Hall Of Famer Mark Messier! So listen as "The Greatest Hockey Player Of All Time" (according to engineer Josh) talks about teamwork, vaccines and his new book No One Wins Alone.
Bryan Trottier shares stories of his rise to stardom as a first nations hockey player, the other side of the early-80s Cup wins over Edmonton and other junctures of his Hall of Fame career. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Grant Fuhr drops by on Champions Week on Oilers Now to discuss some of the more memorable moments from Stanley Cup victories that happened throughout this week in the 1980s. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hear Oilers legend and current Vice Chair of the Oilers Entertainment Group Kevin Lowe ahead of the Cross Cancer Institute's Toast of the Town in his honour. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hockey Hall of Famer Mats Sundin joins Ray and Darren. The guys chat about the Leafs and Mats shares what he thinks of the current team in Toronto, the Swedish team, reflects on his entry into the NHL and if he would want to get involved with hockey again to some capacity. Coolbet Kris joins to talk playoff wagering, about the handful of overtimes we've seen already and the upcoming World Championships. This week #AskRayandDregsAnything sees questions on Formula 1 and which of his former teammates Ray would want in his starting lineup with him at center. This week's episode is presented by our new title sponsor Infiniti, book your contactless test drive at Infiniti.ca, by Coolbet.co the free to play sports and casino games website, by our pals at Canadian Club - are you Over Beer? by OK Tire: It's going to be OK, by Endy.ca use code 'Ray75' and get $75 off on your purchase of a mattress, by Tim Hortons: NHL Superstar Collectable Sticks are back for a limited time at $5.99 each in restaurant - drive thru and Tims App, by Yamaha: check them out at Yamaha-Motor.ca Yamaha Revs Your Heart' and by Tommy Gun's Original Barbershop. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mike Lange has an idea or two on how to get Bill's household in line. Plus, what the second powerplay could look like once Evgeni Malkin is back in the fold, and just how great is this playoff-like hockey down the stretch! Buckle up, Baby!
Norris Trophy Winner, Stanley Cup Champion Ray Bourque joins Motts & BY on the official comeback episode of The Rink Shrinks. Bourque discusses his journey from the start to the pinnacle of the game. Motts takes us behind the curtain of covering the Frozen Four on ESPN & BY highlights how he went out there and practiced what he preaches at Barstool Sports Pink Whitney Cup. Recommended Hype Music: Mase - Welcome Back Discussed: 77's Absurd 160 Foot Goal vs Hartford Thank you for the messages the last few months! We're back and ready to talk hockey each week! Please consider leaving the podcast a review on Apple Podcasts! If you're interested in sponsoring the show, please reach out to us by email or DM us on Instagram! Email: RinkShrinks@gmail.com Instagram: TheRinkShrinks
A must-listen for athletes and founders, this week's podcast delves into the sports and professional career of Angela Ruggiero. SIL is part research organization, part branding agency, and part software company, helping companies and sports properties to better understand their fans. Angela sits at the helm of SIL, a company she created after seeing a gap in the market during her tenure in various leadership roles for the International Olympic Committee. Prior to her business career, Angela played hockey for four Olympic teams and received just about every accolade you could decorate a US-born female hockey player with. Her conversation with Next Play partner Hunter Hillenmeyer includes insights into why so many athletes struggle after their sports careers end and what can be done to change this dynamic. Angela believes it starts with cultivating passions outside of sports long before retirement. She also compares and contrasts how the sports world and the corporate world stack up in terms of knowing their customers and evaluating talent. Let's just say both industries could learn plenty from the other.
Mark Messier - Hockey Hall of Famer, 6-Time Stanley Cup champion and the only player in NHL history to Captain two different teams to Stanley Cup wins (Edmonton Oilers and New York Rangers) joins this week’s edition of Sports Business Radio. Messier also discusses his role as Brand Captain for Akeso Hemp Powered Hydration (@AkesoWater). Messier is one of the Top 5 hockey players in the history of the sport and is one of the greatest leaders the sports world has ever known, so you will learn valuable lessons from our conversation. WATCH this interview on the Sports Business Radio YouTube channel at www.sportsbusinessradio.com. Also joining Sports Business Radio this week are Chef Robert Wood and Travis Eagleson of SuperFood Performance Nutrition (@MySuperFD). SuperFd Performance Nutrition works with professional sports teams and athletes to provide meals built with athletic intent to fuel the athlete's body through the rigors of a long season. They work with the Washington Capitals and Washington Wizards as well as the LA Kings. Chef Robert Wood will even share a recipe for an out of this world smoothie that you can make at home. SUBSCRIBE to and RATE the award-winning Sports Business Radio podcast on iTunes. Also find our podcast on Spotify, Amazon Music or at www.sportsbusinessradio.com. Follow Sports Business Radio on Twitter @SBRadio and on Instagram @SportsBusinessRadio Sports Business Radio is powered by Malka Sports (www.,malkasports.com). #NHL #MarkMessier #HOF #Hockey #Food #MySuperFD Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hey there festival friends! Festival Pass Stories, the best live events podcast on the planet is back with another awesome episode. Our regular audience should know that we're the home of artists, executives, and coordinators of live festivals, but we're also the home of champions. It's our honor to welcome Stanley Cup champion and Hockey Hall of Famer, Chris Pronger to the show. Becoming a professional athlete is no easy feat. Some of the most talented players in the world at their particular sport don't get the chance to suit up on the biggest stage. That's what makes Chris' career a special one. The Canadian defenseman was drafted second by the legendary Hartford Whalers in 1993 and was named to the NHL All-Rookie team. This was the beginning of one of the most decorated careers in the history of the game. Soon, Chris' talent and work ethic became highly coveted by every championship contending team in the NHL. During his pro tenure, Chris played for St. Louis Blues, the Edmonton Oilers, Anaheim Ducks, and the Philadelphia Flyers; and he was a major contributor to winning where ever he landed. He's played in the Stanley Cup Finals three times and won the trophy in 2007 with the Ducks. In 2000, Chris was named the recipient of the James Norris Memorial Trophy and Hart Memorial Trophy (Top Defenseman and Most Valuable Player) in the same season. He because the first defenseman to win league MVP since Bobby Orr in 1972. The four-time All-Star also won Olympic Gold twice in 2002 and 2010 with Team Canada, becoming one of the few members of the Hockey's Triple Gold Club. Life after the NHL has been even more fulfilling for Chris and his family. After 17 seasons as a player, and a few as front office advisor, Chris shifted his focus to life after hockey, and that plan was Well Inspired Travels. It all started with his wife Lauren, whose father was diagnosed with stage four colon cancer. His remaining wish was to travel the world with his family. It's such a touching story that Chris shared with us, and it's the foundation of their business. What makes Well Inspired Travels unique from other travel services, is that truly want to get to know who you are, to put together a tailor-made vacation that will change your life. We are so lucky to interview a sports hero and family man like Chris Pronger. On and off the ice, he's shown a passion and tenacity that will make you a winner in any aspect of life. Now, we just need the pandemic to end so we can utilize Well Inspired Travels, and get back to seeing the world. “For us, we were able to continue to invest in our business and hire some great people. Overall, we've used the time wisely…and worked on building our business from the inside out.” - Chris Pronger Catch the interview on Festival Pass Stories! https://festivalpass.com/stories You can find Chris on: Chris Pronger's Instagram-https://www.instagram.com/thechrispronger/ Chris Pronger's LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-pronger-831100b5/ Well Inspired Travels' Website-https://www.wellinspiredtravels.com Well Inspired Travels' Instagram-https://www.instagram.com/wellinspiredtravels/ Connect with Festival Pass! Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/getfestivalpass/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/festival_pass/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/pass_festival Website - https://festivalpass.com/
Tampa Bay Lightning legend and hockey hall of famer Dave Andreychuk says he's "pissed off" that the national hockey media have yet to place Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy in the top slot as the best goaltender in the world conversation. Andreychuk telling our own Pat and Aaron that there needs to be a national campaign to give Vasy the recognition he deserves.
It was surprisingly quiet in Hockeyland, but there were several exciting Habs games to talk about! 4-3 loss, 7-1 win, 2-1 loss, 5-1 win - the boys were busy this week! Ben Chiarot's broken hand and what it means, the glaring issues that were addressed under Ducharme, Jeff Petry as scotch, and cameos from Nicki Minaj and Dea's dog, Youppi! The dad jokes are worse than ever, and find out which celebrity we'd like to spend 24 hours with, on this week's episode of Podcast 1909. | Intro Music: "Lights" by LiQWYD Watch: Youtube Download/Stream: Hypeddit | Outro Music: "MOJO" by @tubebackr Soundcloud Youtube Instagram Creative Commons License. Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-ND 3.0) | Graphics: James Hamilton - Twitter: @jespirifan Redbubble: james-designs
This week the boys relive some great stories and the Edmonton Oilers' dynasty of the 1980's. The time Jim moved in with Kevin.Memories of hitting golf balls off Jim's carJim takes a week to list off Kevin accomplishmentsKevin remembers his final year of playing, signing a 3 year deal with the Oilers, one year to play, two year to coachKevin doesn't miss dealing with agentsSome great memories about the Winter Olympic Hockey Tournament 2002 when Canada broke its 50 year gold medal drought.
Episode 95: Discussion on NHL jersey numbers that would be the most contentious to retire league-wide. The lack of Sergei Fedorov-ness in EA Sports NHL 21. PWHPA/Team USA goalie Maddie Rooney’s New York City subway themed mask. Unemployed former NHL head coaches, coach contracts, and the Seattle Kraken head coach search. Question of the week: If you could evict one player from the Hockey Hall of Fame, who would it be? Recorded 28 February 2021
This week, we are again honored to be joined (14:00) by another legend of the game and one of the best defensemen ever to lace up the skates...2007 Stanley Cup winner with the Anaheim Ducks, 2015 Hockey Hall of Famer, and Triple Gold Club member - current Co-Owner of Well Inspired Travels, Chris Pronger. We hope you enjoy this one and thanks for coming on the show Chris!!
Hockey Hall of Famer Angela James joins Andi Petrillo and Craig Button to discuss being named to the Order of Hockey in Canada and what she thought of the PWHPA's history-making night at MSG this weekend and what that means for the growth of the women's game.
In hour two of Leafs Lunch, Andi Petrillo and TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button talk to Hockey Hall of Famer and three-time Women's World Hockey Champion, Angela James, about being named to the Order of Hockey in Canada and her thoughts on the state of women's hockey. Then Andi and Craig are joined by former NHLer and current Blackhawks analyst Jamal Mayers to discuss Patrick Kane's milestone night.
He could have been the Jackie Robinson of Hockey. Born too soon, Herb Carnegie still inspired generations—and left a Marvel-ous legacy.Show NotesHerb Carnegie may not have had the language to call out the racism he encountered in hockey in the 1930s and 40s. But that’s what it was. The game of hockey Herb Carnegie grew up in was staunchly and unapologetically racist. And you can’t just take that out of the sport and the culture in a decade. Or even over 70 years for that matter. Not without a real reckoning. Hopefully, we’re beginning to have that reckoning in our sport now. We wish Herb was still around to see it. And we hope we can all take his example as inspiration as we push the sport forward. Carnegie was scarred by the barriers that kept him from playing in the NHL, but he was never beaten. Instead, he relentlessly fought for what was good and what was right; for the capacity to make change. The playing field was not level for Herb Carnegie. But he never stopped fighting to make sure it would be for those who came after him. For the good of the game he loved, and the community he called home. Our un-ending gratitude goes to Bernice Carnegie, who has been so instrumental in guiding this episode to life over many, many months. If you liked this episode, please, do yourself a favour and go out and get A Fly in a Pail of Milk. The newest edition of Herb Carnegie’s autobiography now features a second part, written by Bernice. It’s about her father’s life and their relationship - must read stuff. You can find it where better books are sold. Bernice, thank you for your time and your grace and wisdom. We hope, we pray, we did your Dad’s story justice. There is an ongoing petition, led by Herb’s grandson Rane, to get Herb into the Hockey Hall of Fame. Consider giving it a sign. You can check it out here.‘Barrier Breakers’ was co-created by us here at Leafs Forever and Akil Augustine.Today's episode was written by Scott and Paul Matthews, produced by Katie Jensen and Vocal Fry Studios for Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment.Thanks to associate producers Jay Cockburn, Ren Bangert, Emily Latimer & Erika Dreher, along with Shawna Morrison, Jordan Hayles, Michael Gelfand - for all the help along the way.
Cardinals beat writer Derrick Goold of the Post-Dispatch joins host Kevin Wheeler from Spring Training in Jupiter to update us on starting pitcher Miles Mikolas return to a live mound, Mike Shildt’s initial line-up hints and more. Hockey Hall of Fame center Bernie Federko, St. Louis Blues analyst for Fox Sports Midwest, breaks down the team’s level of play considering major injury woes after twenty games of the 2021 NHL season. Following the interview, Wheeler gives his own perspective as to why the Blues are still a dangerous playoff team once healthy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In honour of Black History Month, we're revisiting one of our favourite episodes in Glass and Out history, featuring the legendary Willie O'Ree. Back in 2018, host Aaron Wilbur and former co-host Kelvin Cech were lucky enough to be joined by O'Ree for an in-person interview as he shared some incredible stories about his journey to the NHL, the many challenges he faced along the way, how he feels about the current state of hockey, and what can be done to create a more diverse game. Along with being the first Black player in NHL history, O'Ree was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2018 in the builder category for all the work he's done on creating a more inclusive game. Also in 2018, the NHL instituted the annual Willie O’Ree Community Hero Award in his honour, to "recognize the individual who has worked to make a positive impact on his or her community, culture or society to make people better through hockey." In addition, we were joined by the first woman President of the NHL Coaches' Association, Lindsay Artkin. Under Artkin's leadership, the NHLCA has been incredibly proactive in playing a role in creating a more inclusive hockey culture and in providing women and non-white coaches an equal opportunity to pursue a career in hockey. These initiatives include the Female Coaches Development Program and BIPOC Program. Listen in as we revisit a conversation with one of the legends of the game and a woman who is leading the charge in creating a more inclusive game.
Join Tommy Frank BobbyBella Grady Quinn Roger Mike C Mike S Capt Jon Doug Florida Football today and Spectrum Bay News 9 sportscaster Mr Roy Cummings and world renound Sportscaster Hall of Famer and Philadelphia Television and RadioPioneers Hall of Fame Mr. Don Henderson as they review all the sports news of the week. Tonights special guest are Hockey Hall of Fame and Voice of the Tampa Bay Lightning Mr Rick Peckman and Spectrum Bay News sports desk and E S P N and N F L Hall of Fame presenter Mr Ira Kaulfman
Grant Fuhr joins the show to speak about the legacy of Joey Moss as the Oilers Community Foundation prepares for another 50/50 draw in support of the Joey Moss Memorial Fund. Plus, thoughts on Craig Simpson and how Mike Smith is impacting the Oilers late in his playing career. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Killer is back again! His first appearance was under the old name when Brady's podcasting game was lacklustre at best! Things have changed maybe just a little bit but he is joining Hockey 2 Hell And Back for the first time! Don't miss this one! The Gilmour family as a whole have been so supportive of Brady's efforts and he holds them in the highest esteem with the utmost gratitude and respect. Follow: @Hockey2HellAndBack @PuckSupport Watch Live on The Puck Support Podcast Network on Youtube or The Hockey 2 Hell And Back Facebook Page! Brought to you by Team Issued Ltd. @teamissued teamissued.ca promo code: toedrag15 for 15% Off Doug Gilmour needs no introduction. One of the greatest players of our generation. Douglas Robert Gilmour (born June 25, 1963) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player. He played 20 seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL) for seven different teams. Gilmour was a seventh round selection, 134th overall, of the St. Louis Blues at the 1982 NHL Entry Draft and recorded 1,414 points in 1,474 games in the NHL between 1983 and 2003. A two-time All-Star, he was a member of Calgary's 1989 Stanley Cup championship team and won the Frank J. Selke Trophy as the NHL's best defensive forward in 1992–93. Internationally, he represented Canada three times during his career and was a member of the nation's 1987 Canada Cup championship team. Gilmour was nicknamed "Killer" by a Blues teammate due to his likeness in appearance to serial killer Charles Manson (though others have attributed it to his physical style of play despite his small stature). He played three seasons of junior hockey for the Cornwall Royals where he was a member of their Memorial Cup championship team in 1981. In 1982–83, Gilmour was named the most outstanding player in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) after he scored 177 points, one of the highest totals in league history. Gilmour returned to the OHL following his playing career as he joined the Kingston Frontenacs as head coach in 2008 and was promoted to general manager in 2011. Gilmour was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame and the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame in 2011 and his uniform number 93 is retired by the Toronto Maple Leafs. He also has a division named after him in the FCHL. Support Mental Health in Hockeywww.pucksupport.com @pucksupport@pucksupportswag@mentalhealthhockey
Who could have imagined that a fierce hockey player, who butts heads with opponents would eventually transition into the tranquil world of luxury travel? This is exactly what Hockey Hall of Famer and two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Chris Pronger did when he and his wife founded Well Inspired Travels. He shares with Rob Cornilles how his years as an athlete is now reflected in his life as an entrepreneur, especially when it comes to handling business pressure and maintaining the drive to move forward. Chris also explains the right mindset needed by every leader to motivate teammates, whether on the ice or in the office.
Beckles & Recher take a break from football and welcome Hockey Hall-of-Famer and Lightning founder Phil Esposito on Thursday!! Phil is on board with the Buccaneers this Sunday and believes in a Buccaneers win. Onto hockey, the boys discuss Tyler Johnson and his professionalism, and the inexperience of rookie defenseman Cal Foote. Phil also expresses his admiration for one player whom Ian thinks is a guy similar to Ryan Callahan. All that and MORE!
The Hockey Hall of Famer only has one requirement for future Pens jersey designs - legible numbers! Billy Gardell shares his favorite hot meals on a cold day and what it's like working under the direction of Clint Eastwood, plus Tim Benz looks ahead to Sunday's big game.
It's the return of "Hanging with Big Walt" with Keith Tkachuk. Tom Brady thoughts, having David Backes and Robert Thomas live in his basement. Ever think about Hockey Hall of Fame, and how bad he is at typing scouting reports.
Boomer celebrates the Miracle on Ice, America's Olympic gold medal triumph, over the Soviet Union and Sweden, with Hockey Hall of Famer Craig Patrick and goalie sensation Jim Craig, that is widely considered the greatest feat in 20th Century sports. Have a magnificent weekend, and all the best, See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Host Kevin Wheeler opens tonight’s show talking NFL news heading into championship weekend, including the health of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and the trade rumors surrounding Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson. Hockey Hall of Fame center Bernie Federko, Fox Sports Midwest analyst and co-author of the autobiography “My Blues Note,” shares early insight on the team’s chemistry, potential and top performers thus far. Finally, Wheeler analyzes the financial state of MLB. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.