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Former Islanders defenseman and current RDS analyst Bruno Gervais joins Cory and Greg on episode 33. Gervais talks about: playing junior with Patrice Bergeron (3:55), playing in Bridgeport (9:35), living in the Islanders "Frat House" (14:35), Wadę Dubielewicz (18:15), Al Arbour's 1500th game (20:40), Fight Night (23:00), becoming a broadcaster (28:35), Mike Bossy (32:55), the Spengler Cup (34:35) and more!
In this 1138th episode of Toronto Mike'd, Mike chats with NHL Hall of Famer Bryan Trottier about the family band, growing up in Saskatchewan with an Indigenous father, his friendship with Tiger Williams, playing on The Trio Grande line with Mike Bossy and Clark Gillies, winning four Stanley Cups with the Islanders and two more with Mario Lemieux and the Pittsburgh Penguins, and so much more. Toronto Mike'd is proudly brought to you by Great Lakes Brewery, Palma Pasta, Yes, We Are Open, The Advantaged Investor, Canna Cabana, StickerYou, Ridley Funeral Home and Electronic Products Recycling Association.
Jeff is joined by Steve Valiquette, CEO of Clear Sight Analytics, who talks about his relationship with the late Mike Bossy, how the New York Rangers have started the year and the true number one goalies around the league (00:00). Florida Panthers analyst George Richards discusses Eric Staal's contract following his PTO, his short time covering Paul Maurice, and how the Cats' goaltending situation will shake out between Sergei Bobrovsky and Spencer Knight (15:56). Later on, The Athletic's Corey Masisak weighs in on Erik Karlsson's start to the year, Timo Meier's contract situation, and the big contracts that aren't producing a return so far (32:43). Producer Matt wraps up the show with his Week in Review (45:50)! 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 affiliates.
2022-08-29 Die Oilers mit Gretzky? Lemieux's oder Crosby's Penguins? Tampa Bay mit Salary Cap, oder die Red Wings ohne Gehaltsbeschränkung? Welches der Teams mit zwei oder mehr Titeln seit 1980 war die größte Dynastie? ---------------------------------------------------------- Sportpassion Unterstützen? Kauf mir einen Kaffee Host @Lars_Mah Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | CastBox | Deezer | Google Podcasts | Overcast | RSS | Spotify | Stitcher
In this episode Dan Holmi review's Alex Ovechkin season and career. Some players lose their edge as they get older. That doesn't seem to be the case with Alex Ovechkin. At the start of the 22-22 season, Ovechkin scored his 730th career goal, which him at sixth on the NHL's All-Time great's list, first among active NHL players, and the most by any player in Washington Capitals history. During the season, he passed Dionne (731), Hull (741), and Jagr (766) on the All-Time list. He curently ranks third on the NHL's All-Time list. By scoring 50 goals during the 21-22 season this was the 16th season for Ovi to score 30 or more goals, second most in NHL history, only behind Gartner (17). It was the twelfth season for him to score at least 40 goals, which tied him with Wayne Gretzky for most in NHL history. It was the ninth season for him to score at least 50 goals which tied him with Mike Bossy and Wayne Gretzky for the most in NHL history. It was his 17th season of scoring 20 or more goals and the 17th consecutive season he's done that. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We are back with episode 22, named after the legendary goal-scorer Mike Bossy! On this episode we talk play-offs, hockey pools, and more with our guest Mike from Regina! A mailbag song request gets things going, some Stompin' Tom! Pucks Deep eh!
Episode 50 of The Far Middle is dedicated to the elite NHL players who’ve scored 50 goals in the first 50 games of a season, and in particular the Islanders’ Mike Bossy. Nick recounts the dramatic final five minutes of the 50th game of the 1980-81 season where Bossy netted his 49th and 50th goals. Next in this episode’s line-up, Nick provides an overview of the oil industry, from the different types of crude grades to how production and refining work in tandem. “The next time you hear someone spouting off on oil-import-this or oil-export-that or corporate greed babble or oil industry blabber—be skeptical, head back to the reality, to the science,” says Nick. Nick goes on to discuss government corruption; academia circumventing the laws the private sector and individuals must abide by; education funding, student academic proficiency, and teachers unions; a new federal government research initiative to identify the “pain points” to make agencies more user friendly; and, Treasury Secretary Yellen’s theatrics. Nick concludes with a review of the documentary, “Can't Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police.”
The Bruins' playoff fate is just about set, the Patriots are getting ready for the draft, and the Celtics are moving on in the playoffs. It's quite a busy time in Boston sports, and Matt & Ty are here to touch on all of it. (10:55) Bruins and NHL topics include their win over the league-best Florida Panthers, the latest in the goaltending situation, a hot streak for the second line, and what to know about their possible playoff opponents. (38:28) Matt & Ty give their brief thoughts on the Patriots in the 2022 NFL Draft, and what exactly they'd like to see the team do. (45:00) The Celtics are moving on in the playoffs, and they're likely to play the Milwaukee Bucks in the second round. What should the C's defense do about Giannis? (51:37) In honor of the recent passing of NHL legends Guy LaFleur and Mike Bossy, Matt & Ty pick their "Big 3" past hockey players who would excel in today's league. 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
As the season is winding down, Porty shares a few pieces of Blue Jackets news and notes before being joined by John Davidson, the Blue Jackets' President of Hockey Operations. John shares some thoughts on the passings of Mike Bossy and Guy Lafleur, before giving his assessment of Columbus' season, Brad Larsen's first year as head coach, Boone Jenner and much more. Save on a subscription to The Athletic: theathletic.com/frontandnationwide Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert KuneyThe Honchos returned after taking a well-deserved Spring Break vacation. The Honchos recounted their vacations and then skewed really old with some chatter about the Monkees and Carole King before transitioning to Who Wore It Best? This is episode 58, so we paid tribute to another famous 58, former Red Sox, Phillies, and Nationals relief pitcher Jonathan Papelbon. The Honchos finished the opening segment with another batch of headlines that included cats as weapons, bad neighbors, and Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter (he just outbid Paul for the little blue bird).The NFL Recap focused on the upcoming NFL Draft and how it is Christmas in April for Rob. The conversation focused on what teams look for in the draft, best player available or need, and why the so-called experts focus so much on Combine measurables and ignore how they perform at game speed. The Honchos checked in on the USFL as well and whether this will be the Spring league to survive. SPOILER ALERT! It will not.The NHL/NBA/MLB segment opened with a salute to two NHL legends the world lost recently, Mike Bossy and Guy Lafleur, and the dynasties they represented. The Honchos also wound down the NHL regular season before moving on to the NBA. It was all Brooklyn Nets talk in the NBA portion because for a team that was swept out of the playoffs they seem to be the number one story in basketball. A very brief look at the MLB focused on Miguel Cabrera's 3,000th hit and the exclusive club that he has joined and the San Diego Padres opening the door for advertising on the uniforms. The Honchos may have had some jet lag after two weeks off, but there was enough energy to end like they always do with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner was Rob Manfred, the alleged commissioner of Major League Baseball. Follow everywhere @sportshonchos.
00:00-20:00: Liam McHugh breaks down the upcoming playoffs, the Rangers' Cup hopes, scary teams, the Sabres turnaround, the legacies of Mike Bossy and Guy Lafleur, the Bolts chasing three straight, Ovechkin's 50th goal and more! 21:00-40:00: Kosta Kennedy talks about his new book True: The Four Seasons of Jackie Robinson, why this book is different than others, Jackie thriving even more in other sports, when he officially became the guy to make history, his Negro League impact, if MLB does enough for Robinson annually, Rachel Robinson impacting how Jackie took the field and more!
In a tough couple of weeks off the ice, NHL Legends Mike Bossy and Guy Lafleur both die after long illnesses. The Oilers clinch a playoff spot and the Eastern Conference playoff situation has us asking - "What happened to parity?" Listen Here: iTunes Google Play Stitcher Direct MP3 iHeart Radio Title Player Bob Probert Feedback - Cody Trafford News Guy Lafleur Mike Bossy New 5 Team Pro Women's League - PWHPA What is going on in Vegas? Oilers clinch Leafs cruising - Matthews injury / Tampa beating Guess the 5th Playoff races - what happened to parity? DOPeS - Malkin 4 Games Pezzetta 2 games Myriad parking tickets Hot / Not Crazy Stat of the Week
The boys are back with this week's edition of the Top Pair Podcast! Eric and Nick pay tribute to the great Mike Bossy, continue to marvel at the excellence of Alex Ovechkin, and break down potential matchups for the Stanley Cup Playoffs. get excited people! Like, Comment, and Subscribe. Follow us on social media: @toppair_pod (Twitter and Instagram) @ericcweinsteinn (Twitter and Instagram) @nmaxwell01 (Twitter) @NickJMaxwell (Instagram) @a1sportsnetwork (Twitter and Instagram) Producer Matt Weinstein @mattytredeuce
This week on the pod, Andrew and Max discuss the passing of Islanders legend Mike Bossy and the retirement of Jay Wright. They also touch on the latest Wimbledon news, NBA Playoffs, and MiLB Pitch Clock.01:52: Jay Wright retires08:20: Mike Bossy14:35: Wimbledon bans Russians and Belarusians15:10: Opening Day, MLB Rundown20:50: NBA Playoffs32:30: NFL Draft Preview39:40: MiLB Pitch ClockSpecial thanks to Pri Kligerman for our logo!-------------------------------------------------------------Follow Podcast by Committee on Instagram and Twitter:IG: https://www.instagram.com/podcast_by_committee/Twitter: https://twitter.com/PodByCommitteeFollow Andrew and Max on Twitter:Andrew (https://twitter.com/andrewfbrill)Max (https://twitter.com/metsfanmax)Reach out to us via email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPodcast By Committee is produced by Starting Five Productions
On this special edition of “Up In The Blue Seats,” Ron Duguay is joined by his former Rangers teammate Tom Laidlaw as they welcome ESPN's Linda Cohn to the show. They discuss the sad passing of NHL legend Mike Bossy, why Igor Shesterkin should be the leading candidate for the Vezina Trophy and the Rangers getting in a groove before the playoffs. They get into the impressive job that GM Chris Drury has done to turn this team into a Stanley Cup contender, the potential playoff matchups ahead and Linda's predictions on how far the Blueshirts could go in the playoffs. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dan and Shawn are joined by Mike Johnson (13:00) to talk about Alex Ovechkin's consistency, the goalie injuries to Frederik Andersen and Tristan Jarry, the Western Conference playoff race, Robin Lehner's confidence and the unpredictable nature of the Eastern Conference come playoff time. The guys start the episode marveling at Alex Ovechkin's 50-goal season and dissecting the recent success of the St. Louis Blues and Minnesota Wild. They wrap up the episode talking about their predictions for the Hart, Norris, Calder and Vezina Trophies.. of course, there's some disagreements along the way. They dive deeper into the goalie issues facing the Pittsburgh Penguins and Carolina Hurricanes, and pay tribute to Mike Bossy. Follow @TheRink on Twitter.
In this episode, we discuss Mike Bossy's legacy as an NHL legend, the Islanders being officially eliminated, and we go over our preseason Metropolitan and Stanley Cup predictions.
The boys highlighted recent NHL news including the passing of New York Islander’s legend, Mike Bossy. The Ryan Hartman and Mathew Barzal fines, along with the Western Conference wild card race. Also, the boys weighed in their thoughts on our hometown Boston Bruins. This week we were joined by Rob Mcgovern. He is a Weymouth, Massachusetts native who minded the net for the Maine Black Bears. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the show! Produced by @Hedgebettor
00:00-15:00: NHL.com's Adam Kimelman jumps on to break down the Sabres finally turning it around, potential playoff matchups, the dangerous Flames, Connor McDavid/Oilers deep run ability, Mike Bossy's legacy, Alexander Ovechkin boggling the mind and more! 16:00-50:00: Pandemonium Podcast crossover episode with NFL on CBS' Charles Davis. Davis chats Josh Allen still rising, appreciating Bills Mafia, Von Miller's versatility, 13 seconds and who is to blame, the upcoming Draft and more!
In the newest Puck Junk Hockey Podcast, Sal Barry and Tim Parish talk about the career of the late Mike Bossy, including his numerous career accomplishments, and some of his most-notable hockey cards. They also discuss the NHLPA's internal investigation on its mishandling of the Kyle Beach Case, the retirement of Blackhawks announcer Pat Foley, a look back at Wayne Gretzky's last game, and new hockey cards. Show Notes and Links: https://puckjunk.com/2022/04/21/podcast-116/
Karl and Stephen are joined by JJ Regan of NBC Spirts Washington to talk about the Caps potential playoff opponents, their improved play of late and the passing of Islanders legend Mike Bossy. Plus JJ answers Karl's stupid questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Marshawn Lynch is now a part owner of a the Seattle Kraken. Which begs the question: What zamboni donut-esque way would we spin our NHL ownership? It was a busy week for goalies around the NHL, with Frederick Andersen and Tristan Jarry going out with injuries. What will this mean for their teams playoff chances? The Athletic released a tell-all about Eugene Melnyk's time as the owner of the Ottawa Senators. But was it too soon after his passing? Mike Bossy passed away this week. Where does the New York Islander great rank among the all time best? There are two more teams to add to the Elimination Station. Up first: The Winnipeg Jets. Will Connor Hellebuyck return to form next year? Should Dave Lowry stay as the coach? Lastly, we select the Pavel Bure Must Watch Games of the Week. Pick the score of each game over on our Twitter. All this and more on episode 376 of the 4th Line Hockey Podcast! Twitter: twitter.com/4thLinePodcast Facebook: facebook.com/the4thlinepodcast Email: email@example.com Intro music by Erik Hall of Ane Croft Jingles by Scotty Hicks of Hunker Down, on Twitter at @rapidonian anecroftmusic.bandcamp.com/releases Part of Full Press Radio
0:00 - Dan & Amy celebrate the announcement that masks are optional at airports and on flights 13:19 - Dan & Amy bid farewell to Adam Kinzinger 29:38 -Mike Bossy's “Letter to My Younger Self” 44:05 - President of United We Stand, Dennis Leavitt, shares the story of Tom Jones who is beginning his trek of 79 marathons in 79 days. Follow Tom on his journey here 01:02:14 - Nathan Lewis, internationally renowned expert on money and taxation, discusses the new book he co-authored with Steve Forbes Inflation: What It Is, Why It's Bad, and How to Fix It 01:16:51 - President at Wirepoints, Ted Dabrowski, reviews the new JB Pritzker push for Illinois tourism. Check out Ted's latest wirepoints.org 01:32:37 - President of the Population Research Institute and an expert on China, Steven Mosher: China leading citizens to jump from balconies in quest to achieve ‘COVID Zero'. Check out Steven's book Bully of Asia: Why China's Dream is the New Threat to World 01:51:40 - Dramatic Readings With Dan & Amypresents Adam Kinzinger's A Political Homeless Shelter See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of The Chris Johnston Show, the NHLPA report and future of Donald Fehr (2:00), the Eugene Melnyk era as the Ottawa Senators owner (14:00), remembering Mike Bossy (26:00), Carey Price's return (30:00), the Maple Leafs record setting season (33:00 and your questions on #AskCJ (40:00). Originally aired: April 18, 2022 Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/xbji82I2l8U Visit https://sdpn.ca for merch and more. Visit this episode's sponsors: https://hellofresh.com/johnston16 We've joined The Athletic and you can too! Hit the link to subscribe: https://theathletic.com/hockeypod Follow us on Twitter: @ReporterChris & @JkaMckenzie Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
@celtics nice pass from #marcussmart to #jaysontatum for the game winner. #kyrieirving great game but giving the finger and saying it's playoff basketball. You're better than that. And is Ben Simmons going to help the Nets that much if he does play in the series? I don't think so. #usfl left a lot to be desired this weekend. And @usflmaulers let go off #deveonsmith for eating #pizza not everyone likes chicken salad. Lot of empty seats in #alabama and bad weather. @trevorzegras tied rookie scoring record for @anaheimducks great start to career. #armandobacot and #leakyblack coming back to @unc_basketball for 2022-23 season. #caleblove should join them.@angushout can't wait to have you on the show to talk #stanleycupplayoffs with me. Yanks 5-5 and only 30 runs scored. Mets 7-3. Long way to go. Mike Bossy RIP.
Mike and Dan talk about Ilya Sorokin's extraordinary week and pay tribute to the career and impact of Islanders legend Mike Bossy. Although the team was finally eliminated from playoff contention with a loss in Toronto, the Islanders' young goalie made a name for himself with three great performances including a 44-save shutout in Montreal that stole the spotlight from returning Habs hero Carey Price. They compare Sorokin to Islanders goalies of the past, and look at a few more positives fans can latch on to In a season categorized by a sick cosmic sense of humor. The second half is dedicated to the passing of Mike Bossy, whose career and unbelievable legacy make him a true superhero of the sport and for this very weird and often overlooked franchise. Despite all of his incredible skill and uniqueness, Bossy was always as approachable as other dynasty greats, and his pull was so magnetic that he was able to create an enclave of Islanders fans in a far off place all by himself. The loss of Bossy is another gut punch in a season full of them. Visit our friends: Vintage Ice Hockey for t-shirts, hoodies and mugs with hundreds of classic hockey logos, and our Al Arbour shirts which benefit dementia research. Use the code LIGHTHOUSE15 to save 15%. Betway, the official betting partner of the NHL. The Pinot Project has Pinot Noir, Pinot Grigio and Rose all under $15. Available at local wine stores and UBS Arena. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hockey Hall of Famer and four-time Stanley Cup Champion Mike Bossy sat down with Greg and Cory in January of 2020 prior to an Islanders-Rangers game at Madison Square Garden. Mike shares stories about being drafted by the Islanders (3:09), learning from Al Arbour (7:27), negotiating a rookie-contract with Bill Torrey (9:30), the '82 playoffs (15:08), scoring 50 goals in 50 games (17:45), his relationship with Bryan Trottier (20:26), Clark Gillies (21:28) and more.
Today we discuss Carey Price's return to the lineup; The passing of Mike Bossy; DJ Smith Named an assistant coach for Team Canada at the Worlds; Keith Morrison narrates hit TV show; Macklemore and Marshawn Lynch buy into the Seattle Kraken.
Former New York Ranger Ron Duguay rejoins Bernie and Sid in the Morning to discuss Mike Bossy, his relationship with other NHL players, his playing career, taking care of yourself, his relationship with Sarah Palin and the Rangers playoff chances! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Islanders legend Mike Bossy passed away on Friday and Rick recalls some of his fondest memories with him. Plus, will the Nets beat the Celtics? Oh, and the story of Jay Williams being left on hold for an hour. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Nets lose Game 1 to the Celtics, Kyrie Irving goes at Boston fans, the Yankees struggle in Baltimore, the Mets keep rolling & we remember an Islanders legend in Mike Bossy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
An all-star cast of guests joined Seany and Christian to remember Mike Bossy and discuss the current state of the Isles. Islanders Legend Butch Goring, Mike Carver of Isle Seat Podcast, Andrew Gross of Newsday, and Donald Rosner of Blue Line Deli all joined in for a fantastic morning at Blue Line Deli and Bagels! Follow @hockeynightny on social media for updates. Presented by RJ Daniels Bar and Grill (rjdaniels.com) Sponsored by TieTechnology (tietechnology.com) Sponsored by Blue Line Deli and Bagels (bluelinedeli.com) Sponsored by Oyster Bay Brewing Co. (oysterbaybrewing.com) Powered by Go Hockey Media (gohockeymedia.com)
On this episode of The Sick Podcast, Tony Marinaro discusses Carey Price's return, gives a tribute to the legendary Mike Bossy and much more! Don't forget to follow The Sick Podcast with Tony Marinaro on iHeartRadio, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, SiriusXM and all other podcast platforms!
Jason and Steve open the show reacting to the Hawks comeback win over the Cavaliers in the play-in round. Jason pays homage to Hockey Hall of Famer, and Islanders legend Mike Bossy. Plus, the crew plays USFL, XFL or no FL. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
0:10 – Ryan Johnston and Billy Jaffe preview the critical schedule ahead for the Bruins as frustrations continue to pile up. 13:34 – Ryan and Billy touch on the passing of New York Islanders great Mike Bossy. Also, Jerry York retires as head coach from Boston College. 26:28 – How can the Bruins address their […]
Hour 3: The 8am hour starts with a phone call from Keith Hernandez to talk about the Mets home opener, the Tom Seaver statue and the upcoming Keith Hernandez Day when the Mets retire his jersey. Plus plenty on Buck Showalter and his year's Mets team. Jerry returns for an update and has bad news. Islanders great Mike Bossy has passed away. The Mets home opener is in a few hours. The Tom Seaver statue will be unveiled at 10:30am and it's Jackie Robinson day. Buck Showalter was a guest on Carton & Roberts and was asked if he missed managing. The Yankees won last night thanks to the bottom of the order. Jerry plays ‘What The Hell Was That?' It was Jerry, laughing at Al not knowing Comisky Park was demolished 31 years ago. In the final segment of the hour, Gio can't find the USFL games available to bet on the FanDuel app. We also talk about Boomer doing a sports minute on his ‘All Passover Team'.
Hour 4: The 9am hour begins with us breaking down Boomer's ‘All Passover Team' sports minute. Listeners also call in to educate us on all things Passover. Jerry returns for another update. Islanders' great Mike Bossy passed away. The Yankees beat the Blue Jays thanks to the bottom of the lineup. There are some NBA play-in games tonight and James Harden is ‘ready to hoop'. In the final segment of the week, we talk about Keith Hernandez saying in previous years he thought he got odd looks from the Mets locker room because of things he said on the broadcast. Gio thinks it was probably Stroman and or Baez. And we close it out with talk about the Mets home opener.
Hour 1: Boomer & Gio open the show with talk about the Yankees 3-0 win over the Blue Jays. The Yanks got their offense from the bottom of the order. Severino pitched well and then Chapman came in and loaded the bases in the 9th. Luckily, Chris King came in and shut the door on the Blue Jays. Update guy Pete McCarthy kept saying ‘Boomer & Carton' when talking about Buck Showalter's interview on WFAN. Jerry is here for his first update of the day, but first we talk about weed places opening in NJ. Then we get into the Yankees win over the Blue Jays last night. The bottom of the order got it done. Chapman walked the bases loaded in the 9th but Chris King shut the door. Buck Showalter was on with Carton & Roberts and talked about pitchers and grip. James Harden talks about playoff pressure, says he's ‘ready to hoop'. In the final segment of the hour, Gio thinks he has a hernia near his belly button. Or maybe it's just GERD. A hernia doctor calls in. Hour 2: The 7am hour starts with more problems between the Cardinals and Kyler Murray. A caller says fans were yelling at Aaron Judge to ‘Sign The Contract'. Jerry returns for an update and plays clips from Keith Hernandez saying he almost got scammed. Buck Showalter joined Carton & Roberts and talked about his players getting hit. The Yankees won last night thanks to the bottom of the lineup. Chapman walked the bases loaded in the 9th and had to get pulled for Chris King. Jerry previews NBA playoffs including Nets/Celtics on Sunday. Gio is dressing as a leprechaun on Monday since he hates the Nets so much. In the final segment of the hour, we talk about the final Tom Brady TD sale being null and void. Tom Brady sent a tweet to Elon Musk asking him to remove his combine photo from Twitter. Hour 3: The 8am hour starts with a phone call from Keith Hernandez to talk about the Mets home opener, the Tom Seaver statue and the upcoming Keith Hernandez Day when the Mets retire his jersey. Plus plenty on Buck Showalter and his year's Mets team. Jerry returns for an update and has bad news. Islanders great Mike Bossy has passed away. The Mets home opener is in a few hours. The Tom Seaver statue will be unveiled at 10:30am and it's Jackie Robinson day. Buck Showalter was a guest on Carton & Roberts and was asked if he missed managing. The Yankees won last night thanks to the bottom of the order. Jerry plays ‘What The Hell Was That?' It was Jerry, laughing at Al not knowing Comiskey Park was demolished 31 years ago. In the final segment of the hour, Gio can't find the USFL games available to bet on the FanDuel app. We also talk about Boomer doing a sports minute on his ‘All Passover Team'. Hour 4: The 9am hour begins with us breaking down Boomer's ‘All Passover Team' sports minute. Listeners also call in to educate us on all things Passover. Jerry returns for another update. Islanders' great Mike Bossy passed away. The Yankees beat the Blue Jays thanks to the bottom of the lineup. There are some NBA play-in games tonight and James Harden is ‘ready to hoop'. In the final segment of the week, we talk about Keith Hernandez saying in previous years he thought he got odd looks from the Mets locker room because of things he said on the broadcast. Gio thinks it was probably Stroman and or Baez. And we close it out with talk about the Mets home opener.
Islanders legend Mike Bossy passes away at 65. Jeff and Elliotte kick off the podcast talking about the Hall of Famer by sharing some of their favourite memories and discussing his impact on the game (00:01). They also pay tribute to the late Tom McCarthy and talk about his time with the Minnesota North Stars (10:20).The guys get into some news around the NHL as Carey Price is set to make his return (13:50), Pat Foley's final call in Chicago (16:30), Anaheim is knocked out of playoff contention (20:25), Matthew Knies returns to the University of Minnesota next season (35:35), and they discuss the Eugene Melnyk piece in The Athletic (33:20). Plus, they take your questions at the end of the podcast (38:00).Music Outro: Hak Baker- Venezuela RiddimCheck out more music from Hak Baker on Spotify and catch him on tour in the UK this MayThis podcast is produced and mixed by Amil Delic, and hosted by Jeff Marek and Elliotte Friedman.Audio Credits: CBC, Bally Sports Arizona, NBC Sports Chicago, NHL Network, Sportsnet and WGN Radio.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 affiliates.
Jeff opens with some thoughts on Mike Bossy as the NHL legend passed away earlier this morning (1:52), before Elliotte joins to share his own thoughts on the Hockey Hall of Famer (8:00). Afterwards, the guys chat about Carey Price making his season debut tonight against the Islanders, the NHLPA getting set to release findings from the probe into the handling of the Kyle Beach case, Vegas' big win over the Flames, and how teams across the league might start using LTIR more boldly to their advantage (12:13). To wrap, the guys talk about the Lightning's mindset after clinching a playoff spot, and the Penguins punching their ticket to the postseason for the 16th consecutive season (22:27).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.
Jeff chats with Blues GM Doug Armstrong about the maturation of Robert Thomas, how he complements Vladimir Tarasenko and a look at the parity at the goaltending position this season (0:22). Next, Brian Lawton looks back on the first time he played against Mike Bossy, what he makes of the Vegas Golden Knights, and the Penguins getting to the playoffs once again (19:38). Later, Dave Stubbs reflects on the life of Mike Bossy, his contributions to the game off the ice and the one moment that sticks out from his career (48:48).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.
On Friday's ENN, Peter wonders why coaches can't coach multiple sports, Michael and Don both pick the Nets to beat Boston and Wayne Gretzky reflects on the life of Mike Bossy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Halford discusses what's happened in the past 24 hours of sports, including the Canucks winning once again against the Coyotes. Also, hear from Islanders Colour Commentator Greg Picker on the the passing of Isles legend Mike Bossy.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 affiliates.
Afternoons 3-6 on 105.9 The X Tim Benz in for Mark Madden Tim talks about the Penguins and the win last night, but Jarry's injury puts a damper on things. Tim also talks about Gerry Dulacs article in the PG about the Steelers plans at QB. Seth Rorabaugh joins Tim to talk about the Penguins and Jarry and also touch on the passing of Mike Bossy
Jeff opens with some thoughts on Mike Bossy, as the hockey legend battles lung cancer (1:27). Afterwards, Elliotte stops by and the two chat about hotdogs, and the Jay Beagle-Troy Terry situation (8:55). Next, they touch on the Flames' three-game losing streak, if Jacob Markström is getting burned out, the Panthers' clinching a playoff spot in spectacular fashion, and how few franchise goaltenders there are across the league (14:55). Afterwards, the two share their thoughts on how the Flyers handled the Yandle situation, the Leafs' win over Philly, Toronto's blue line, and their first encounters with NHLers as kids (23:38).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.