On Wednesday's podcast, I reacted to Tuesday night's playoff action, both in the NBA and NHL. Plus, I very briefly looked over the New England Patriots schedule, but spent more time reacting to some MLB storylines, and even some WWE news.
On Tuesday's podcast, Comcast SportsNet basketball analyst Kyle Draper joined me to talk NBA Playoffs, and more specifically, the Boston Celtics' first-round series with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Plus, some thoughts on the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Major League Baseball, and a few NFL notes.
On Friday's podcast, I gave my NBA Playoff predictions. I also took a look at the Stanley Cup playoffs, and quickly chimed in on the Britt McHenry situation.
On Thursday's podcast, Barstool Sports' Rear Admiral joined me in-studio to talk Stanley Cup Playoffs and the future of the Boston Bruins. All of it, presented by Violent Gentlemen.
On Wednesday's podcast, I gave my 2015 Stanley Cup Playoff predictions. Plus, reaction to the Aaron Hernandez verdict, the Boston Bruins firing GM Peter Chiarelli, and Paul Pierce opening up about Ray Allen and "The Big Three" that we never knew about here in Boston. All of that, to go along with a good golf rant to open the show.
On Tuesday's podcast, I reacted to Red Sox Opening Day at Fenway, as well as some other MLB storylines. Also, some thoughts on the Boston Bruins' end-of-the-year press conference, and a look at the NBA Playoff race. I closed out the show with a wrestling promo from an NFL player that makes everyone in the WWE jealous.
On Monday's podcast, I gave my "State of the Boston Bruins" address, as they find themselves missing the playoffs for the first time since 2006-07. And while everyone seems to want GM Peter Chiarelli and coach Claude Julien fired, I'm not on board with that logic. Also, I gave my reaction to Red Sox' weekend series at Yankee Stadium, The Masters, and an NBA Technical Foul call that needs to be rescinded asap.
Former NHL defenseman Ryan Whitney joined me in-studio on Friday to discuss the Stanley Cup Playoff race, and more specifically, the state of the Boston Bruins, and what should happen if they don't get into the tournament. We also looked at his BU Terriers and their run in this weekend's Frozen Four.
On Thursday, I returned from an illness for the first show of the week, and Tiger Woods officially returned to The Masters. I gave my thoughts on Tiger's seemingly new demeanor. I also reacted to the Stanley Cup and NBA playoff races, and Rick Porcello's new contract. All while having to apologize to the Mayor of Boston, Marty Walsh.