Mike chats about the Leafs loss to the Flyers and Joffrey Lupul's injury with Pierre McGuire, Darren Dreger and Steve Simmons and Dan Shulman checks in to preview the Final Four and talk Blue Jays.
Pierre McGuire joins Mike to talk about the impact Trade Deadline acquisitions have had. WATCH!
Darren Dreger and Steve Simmons join Mike to discuss the Leafs loss to the Flyers and Joffrey Lupul's injury. WATCH!
Mike and Keith call Mike to discuss the NHL and their NCAA Championship pick. WATCH!
Maple Leafs fall to the Flyers, & the Blue Jays get their first win of the season! Hour 1 Audio
Pierre McGuire & Darren Dreger discuss the Leafs loss vs. Philly, Dan Shulman previews the Final Four, Mick Jagger & Keith Richards call in. Hour 2 Audio
James Duthie talks NHL, Jack Armstrong chats Final Four, & Jamie Dawick previews the Toronto Rock vs Rochester Knighthawks game on Sunday. Hour 3 Audio
The teams that made some of the biggest moves at the trade deadline on Wednesday are instantly starting to reap the benefits (New York Rangers, Boston Bruins, LA Kings, Columbus, Tampa Bay, the list goes on…) The Boston Bruins are really struggling right now without their top defensive forward Patrice Bergeron. The Bruins are trying to get some of the bad habits out of their game (bad line changes, inefficient power play, etc...) The addition of Jaromir Jagr should help out in this department (see last night vs. New Jersey) & the Bruins are starting to come together at the right time. Newly acquired Columbus Blue Jackets forward Marian Gaborik has already made a solid impression with his new team. Gaborik should feel right at home as he already has established a sense of familiarity with some his former Ranger teammates (Anisimov, Dubinsky, Tyutin, Prospal). The Winnipeg Jets have lost five games in a row without collecting any points, & need to keep their eye on a Washington Capitals team that is starting to peak at the right time. Ovechkin/Backstrom are slowly rounding into form, Ribeiro wasn't traded at the deadline, Mike Green played his best game of the season last night, & Braden Holtby is returning to his playoff form from 2012. The Maple Leafs shouldn't panic after last night's loss vs. the Philadelphia Flyers. The health of Joffrey Lupul will remain a hot topic after yesterday's controversial hit involving Flyers forward Jay Rosehill. Lupul has been tremendous this season when healthy but does have a history of injuries therefore; the Leafs must handle this situation with caution moving forward.
The unsung hero in the Kevin Ware injury might have been Louisville guard Luke Hancock. Hancock was the first guy on the scene & did a great job of keeping Ware calm/composed. Louisville should be considered the favourite to win March Madness, & might be able to use the Ware injury as a rallying point. Louisville is unique because they can beat you with their defense & attack teams in waves. Syracuse has been perceived as playing "lazy defense" but nothing could be further from the truth. Syracuse's defense is a trap because they force the opposition to take low percentage three pointers. Credit head coach Jim Boeheim for implementing a system & recruiting players that compliment his style of play. The key player for Michigan will be point guard Trey Burke. If Syracuse can shut down Burke they have a great chance of winning the game. The Blue Jays won their home run derby by a score of 10-8 last night against the Cleveland Indians. Its' far too early to panic because the season is only three games old, but the bullpen will have to improve if this team wants to "take the next step." The bats are not always going to be there, but the Jays have the ability to win some games with their legs.
This is a horrendous time of year for the Maple Leafs to fall into a slump albeit even for one game. The Philadelphia Flyers are currently sitting in 11th place in the Eastern Conference & are only two points out of a playoff spot. The Maple Leafs will find themselves in tough with upcoming opponents such as New Jersey, New York Rangers, & Montreal Canadiens on the horizon. The Leafs will have to eliminate the simple defensive errors & increase their level of compete if they want to have success as they gear up for the home stretch. The positive news for the Leafs is that they have generally done a great job of rebounding this season after a tough loss. The addition of Ryan O'Byrne gives head coach Randy Carlyle plenty of options on defense & should increase the level of competition in the locker room. Jay Rosehill's hit on Joffrey Lupul should be a suspendable offense. Rosehill appears to target Lupul's head & the severity of the injury will play a factor into Brendan Shanahan's decision. Lupul has been an All-Star this season when in the lineup, but does have a history of injuries. The Leafs will need to monitor this situation carefully & proceed with caution.
A lot of the players that were traded on deadline received a bit of a "psychological boost" upon changing teams (Ryan Clowe, Derick Brassard, John Moore, Jaromir Jagr, Marian Gaborik, etc…) which is a relatively common phenomenon. The final ten games in this shortened season should make for some interesting hockey with teams trending up (Philadelphia, Rangers, Capitals) & other teams trending down (Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg). Roberto Luongo's post trade press conference was bizarre, although he does seem to have garnered some sympathy with the public. Luongo has done a great job of retooling his image this season by letting his personality shine through & has had the unpleasant misfortune of being intensely scrutinized ever since his arrival in the NHL. This is a difficult situation for all parties involved & hopefully some sort of resolution will occur in the summer.
The best game during this years edition of March Madness has been Iowa State vs. Ohio State or Kansas vs. Michigan. This year hasn't produced as many "nail biters" as previous seasons because teams have jumped out to early leads & then pretty much held on for the win. Expect the intensity to pickup as we approach the Final Four with the first six to eight minutes being the most critical part of the game. In order to be victorious Michigan will have to do a great job with their defense & force Syracuse to generate turnovers. Syracuse should be able to defeat Michigan because of their stellar defense/experience.
A win on Sunday night vs. the Rochester Knighthawks would guarantee the Toronto Rock a home game in the first round. To say that Sunday's game is "huge" would be a drastic understatement & anything short of a win is unacceptable. Hopefully Toronto is able to build off the momentum generated last weekend & put on a good show for the fans.
In the aftermath of the NHL trade deadline, Mike chats with Pierre McGuire about Marian Gaborik's move to Columbus and Darren Dreger checks in to discuss the mindset of James Reimer after the Leafs failed to acquire a veteran goaltender.
Pierre McGuire joins Mike to talk about Ryan Clowe's big first game for the Rangers. WATCH!
Darren Dreger joins Mike to discuss what the Leafs did and didn't do on Trade Deadline Day. WATCH!
University of Buffalo basketball coach Bobby Hurley joins Mike Richards to discuss his new gig. WATCH!
Hart joins Mike Richards to discuss WrestleMania. WATCH!
Jose Reyes calls Mike to discuss the Jays season opening loss to the Indians. WATCH!
Roberto Luongo calls Mike to discuss not moving on Trade Deadline Day. WATCH!
Evil Jerry Howarth joins Mike Richards in studio to discuss the Jays tough start to the season. WATCH!
The NHL trade deadline dust has finally settled, & Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart previews Wrestlemania 29. Hour 1 Audio
Pierre McGuire & Darren Dreger react to the flurry of moves from yesterday's NHL Trade Deadline. Hour 2 Audio
Whine of the Week with the fake Jim Rome, plus Duke Blue Devils legend & Buffalo Bulls head coach Bobby Hurley discusses his new role with the team. Hour 3 Audio
Thrilled to go "back to where it all began" by celebrating Wrestlemania #29 at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford New Jersey on Sunday night. Over 80,000 tickets have already been sold, which proves that fans are still very passionate about wrestling. The Undertaker is a phenomenal legend who seems to get better with age, having him at this event will be a real treat for the fans.
Ryan Clowe, Derick Brassard, & John Moore all had stellar debuts with the New York Rangers last night. All three players are relieved that the trade deadline is in the past & were visibly excited to make their Rangers debut. These will be important "glue guys" for the Rangers as they gear up for the stretch run heading into the playoffs. Derick Brassard has always been an elite playmaker (drafted 6th overall in 2006) but was rushed into the NHL & had two major shoulder injuries which threatened to derail his career. Brassard has all the tools in order to be a very good depth/2nd line center for the Rangers. Marian Gaborik's trade to Columbus was bizarre, but could be a scenario where all parties benefit. Gaborik's decision to waive his no trade clause speaks to a serious disconnect with Rangers head coach John Tortorella. Blue Jackets president John Davidson is hoping that Gaborik can rediscover his game in a more low key market with far less scrutiny. The Buffalo Sabres were able to get a hefty return for their former captain by shipping Jason Pominville to the Minnesota Wild for Johan Larsson, Matt Hackett,& a 1st / 2nd rounder. The Ottawa Senators decision to trade third string goalie Ben Bishop to the Tampa Bay Lightning in exchange for rookie Cory Conacher is a trade that benefits both sides. Lightning GM Steve Yzerman may have finally found the long term answer in goal, & Conacher should provide some offensive punch to a low scoring Senators squad. Congratulations to the Montreal Canadiens & Toronto Maple Leafs for standing pat at yesterday's trade deadline & not damaging the chemistry of their team.
The addition of Ryan O'Byrne was a crafty addition by Maple Leafs GM Dave Nonis. O'Byrne can slide into the Leafs third defense pairing & will "put some heat" on the rest of the defenseman. Miikka Kiprusoff's decision to remain with the Calgary Flames was met with nothing but respect by both parties. Kiprusoff ultimately made the decision at the end of the day to remain in Calgary primarily due to family reasons. James Reimer should be boosted by the Leafs reluctance to acquire a veteran goaltender during yesterday's trade deadline. A Luongo/Kiprusoff trade would have definitely been an upgrade but a deal never seemed to materialize. Roberto Luongo appeared absolutely gutted at the fact that the Vancouver Canucks were able to consummate a deal at the deadline. The main reason that this deal didn't happen is because the Leafs wanted the Canucks to retain some of Luongo's salary.
It's a thrilling/exciting time to be a Buffalo Bulls fan, a team that is filled with enormous potential. Mr. Hurley grew up as a student of the game & learned a lot from his father (Bobby Hurley Senior) who ran one of the most successful basketball programs in the country. The key to being a successful coach is establishing a healthy line of communication/loyalty between your players & being able to recruit high quality/ character individuals. Mr. Hurley learned a lot from legendary Duke Blue Devils Coach Mike Krzyzewski & is looking forward to the next step in his career.
With trade deadline day finally here, all hands are on deck as Mike chats with Darren Dreger, Aaron Ward, Pierre McGuire, Jesse Spector, Jonas Siegel and James Mirtle about what to expect prior to the 3pm et deadline.
The Blue Jays lose their home opener, & a special edition of NHL Trade Deadline Day! Hour 1 Audio
Darren Dreger, Aaron Ward, Pierre McGuire, Jonas Siegel, James Mirtle break down the latest NHL Trade Deadline rumours & Jose Reyes calls in. Hour 2 Audio
Jesse Spector of the Sporting News breaks down the latest NHL Trade Deadline rumours, & plenty of caller reaction surrounding the Maple Leafs. Hour 3 Audio
This year's trade deadline is slightly more unpredictable/unique because of the shortened season & the fact that there is an enormous amount of parity within the league. The main story of today's trade deadline is "whether or not Toronto decides to upgrade their goaltending position." The Boston Bruins acquisition of Jaromir Jagr was timely given that Patrice Bergeron suffering an undisclosed injury last night vs. the Ottawa Senators. Jagr is like a fine wine that seems to get better with age. Jagr has reinvented his game in recent years & could be a huge asset for the Bruins as they gear up for the stretch run. The Detroit Red Wings desperately need help on defense & never fully replaced Nicklas Lidstrom after his retirement last offseason. After missing out on the Jay Bouwmeester sweepstakes, the Red Wings suddenly find themselves desperate for a puck moving defenseman. The Toronto Maple Leafs are expected to stand pat at the trade deadline & could address their goaltending situation in the offseason. Obviously this scenario could change in a heartbeat however; Dave Nonis will eventually have to decide between Kiprusoff, Luongo, or Reimer. Toronto is in uncharted waters for the first time in many seasons & could be an exciting team to watch as the day rolls on.
The Ryan Clowe sweepstakes ultimately came down to the New York Rangers & Montreal Canadiens. At the end of the day the Rangers were willing to pay a higher price because they are the far more desperate team (9th place in the East) Anything less than the playoffs for the Rangers would make this season an unmitigated disaster. The Ryan Clowe trade could be an effort to replace some of the grit that the Rangers lost (Mitchell, Dubinsky, Prust) from last year's playoff run. The Boston Bruins achilles heel for the past few seasons has been their anemic power play, thus the addition of Jaromir Jagr should certainly help in this department. Jagr has improved the power play of every team he has played for (Dallas, Philadelphia, New York Rangers, Washington, & Pittsburgh). The Kiprusoff/Luongo to Toronto rumours are complex because these deals "require many moving parts." However, Vancouver might have an easier time moving Luongo today after yesterday's addition of Derek Roy.
The Maple Leafs goaltending conundrum can go either way at this stage in the season. Leafs management has to be wondering if James Reimer is indeed the long term solution in goal, but GM Dave Nonis will never know the answer to this question if the Leafs decide to bring in a more established goaltender such as Kiprusoff/Luongo. Further complicating matters is the fact that the Leafs aren't a legitimate Stanley Cup contender this season & appear to have a greater need on defense.
Kudos to Maple Leafs fans for adopting a more patient approach with regards to James Reimer. The addition of Miikka Kiprusoff or Roberto Luongo would be absolutely ludicrous considering the fact that this isn't a Stanley Cup contending team. The Leafs need one thing: playoff experience & the rest will take care of itself. The New York Rangers should still be considered a threat in the Eastern Conference, but their biggest problem has been scoring goals. Ryan Clowe should add a bit of toughness/grit & his eleven assists currently rank fifth on a low scoring Rangers team. If the Rangers don't make the playoff there will be some serious questions that need to be answered.
Mike is joined by Pierre McGuire, Steve Simmons and Darren Dreger to discuss a potential Miikka Kiprusoff trade to the Leafs and Scott Ferguson and Scott McArthur check in to preview the Jays' 2013 season.
Pierre McGuire joins Mike to talk about the Jay Bouwmeester trade. WATCH!
Darren Dreger and Steve Simmons join Mike to discuss Trade Deadline Day. WATCH!
Lewis Black joins Mike live in studio to discuss the Blue Jays chances in the AL East. WATCH!
Jays kick off their regular season tonight vs. the Cleveland Indians, & NHL trade deadline rumours start to heat up! Hour 1 Audio
Pierre McGuire, Darren Dreger, Steve Simmons discuss the Miikka Kiprusoff saga, & comedian Lewis Black drops by to preview the American League East. Hour 2 Audio
Scott Ferguson & Scott MacArthur preview the Jays season, & Steve Clarke author of "100 Things Blue Jays Fans Should Do Before They Die." Hour 3 Audio
Calgary Flames GM Jay Feaster did "ok" acquiring two prospects & a first round draft pick from the St. Louis Blues in the Jay Bouwmeester trade. Head coach Bob Hartley has coached goaltending prospect Reto Berra in the Swiss league so there is a sense of familiarity there. The funny thing is that the Flames got more in return from the Bouwmeester trade compared to the Iginla trade. Therefore, the Bouwmeester transaction should be viewed as a step in the right direction for Calgary. The main reason that the St. Louis Blues currently find themselves in 8th place in the Western Conference is primarily due to injuries (Steen, McDonald, Halak), this combined with a shortened training camp equals a recipe for disaster. Robyn Regehr's trade to the Los Angels Kings is another trade heavily based on familiarity. Regehr was one of Darryl Sutter's favorites & should add a little sandpaper on the Kings blueline. The Chicago Blackhawks went back to the past re-acquiring Michal Handzus from the San Jose Sharks. Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville is familiar with Handzus who is, a big body, great on face-offs, defensively responsible, & can take some pressure away from the Chicago's top players. There is no question that Calgary Flames goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff would bring some stability/veteran presence to the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Kiprusoff trade would show Leafs management/players that they are "motivated, going to compete as hard as possible, & bringing in a proven winner" This scenario could be interesting to watch & Kiprusoff could be reborn heading into a vibrant marker that is on the verge of making the playoffs for the first time in nine years. The Colorado Avalanche could become major sellers at tomorrow's deadline with players such as Ryan O'Byrne, Jamie McGinn, Erik Johnson, & J.S. Giguere up for grabs to the highest available bidder.
Tomorrows NHL trade deadline special is an "interesting" process from start to finish for all parties involved. This day is filled with tons of speculation, even the players find themselves super glued to the television/social media outlets. Forget trade deadline day, this event has slowly evolved into trade deadline week. The Roberto Luongo saga continues to drag on & it is becoming painfully obvious that "this guy is twisting in the winds." Luongo has to be slowly becoming increasingly frustrated with the fact that he is still a Vancouver Canuck. Hopefully this ongoing saga ends tomorrow afternoon. Miikka Kiprusoff coming to Toronto would be eerily similar to when the Leafs signed Ed Belfour back in the summer of 2002. "A pro goalie at the highest level is a pro goalie at the highest level." Kiprusoff appears to have grown tired of losing in Calgary & could find himself reborn with a trade to the Maple Leafs.
It's very hard not to be excited about the Blue Jays chances this season after GM Alex Anthopoulous conducted his own version of "extreme off-season makeover." There are still a couple of holes/question marks in the Blue Jays lineup however, if things fall into place they could find themselves competing for a wild card spot. There hasn't been this overwhelming amount of optimism surrounding the Blue Jays since 1998-2000 when Carlos Delgado was in his prime. R.A. Dickey has been a really good pitcher for the past three years, but will find himself with new challenges in the American League East Division. Expect Emilio Bonifacio to start at 2nd base during tonight's matchup vs. the Cleveland Indians. Bonifacio is not that great defensively, but he does possess lots of speed & should add another element to the Blue Jays offense. Expect the Jays to run a platoon system until Brett Lawrie returns from injury. John Gibbons finds himself faced with a multitude of options this season, which was not always the case during the John Farrell era. The Cleveland Indians should not be taken lightly by the Jays tonight, & should receive a boost in the form of new bench boss Terry Francona & switch hitters Michael Bourn & Nick Swisher.
Fun chat with Mr. Clarke about his book "100 Thing Blue Jays Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die"
Mike chats with Jonas Siegel, Pierre McGuire and Darren Dreger, who says Miikka Kiprusoff seems to be "intrigued" by the Leafs, but nothing has materialized at this point.
Pierre McGuire joins Mike to talk about the Blackhawks blow out win over the Red Wings. WATCH!
Darren Dreger joins Mike for Leafs Breakfast to discuss the Leafs win over the Senators. WATCH!
Manti Te'o's girlfriend calls Mike to check up on her NHL-playing boyfriend(s). WATCH!
Taylor Hall calls Mike to discuss his historic hat trick. WATCH!
Jonas Siegel previews the Leafs win vs. the Senators, NCAA Final Four matchups are set, & Lou Brown drops by for a Blue Jays season preview. Hour 1 Audio
Pierre McGuire, Darren Dreger recap the Leafs 4-0 win vs. the Ottawa Senators, Manti Te'o's "girlfriend" & Taylor Hall call in. Hour 2 Audio
Bob Weeks recaps D.A. Points thrilling win at the Houston Open, & Jack Armstrong previews the NCAA Final Four. Hour 3 Audio
It's been a long time since the Maple Leafs had two legitimate lines. Joffrey Lupul has reverted to All-Star form upon returning from his injury/suspension & his confidence is starting to rub off on 3rd year forward Nazem Kadri. When was the last time the Leafs had this kind of depth in their organization? The most impressive part of the Randy Carlyle regime is that every player has a clearly defined role, and knows "exactly what is expected of them." This wasn't always the case during the Ron Wilson years. The veteran goaltender rumours that continue to surround the Leafs are slightly perplexing given that James Reimer has provided stability in net (.920% save percentage, 13-4-4 record) What more can Reimer do in order to silence his critics? Its' difficult to complain about his lack of playoff experience considering the team hasn't made the playoffs in the last nine seasons. Leafs management eventually needs to determine how Reimer will perform in the playoffs in order to spend money & improve the team in other areas. The Leafs strongly consider upgrading their defense by adding a veteran presence that can provide some stability/leadership. The good news is that barring a late season collapse the Leafs appear to be playoff bound!
The Detroit Red Wings had a shockingly bad performance yesterday afternoon vs. the Chicago Blackhawks. Points are at a premium this stage in the season therefore; Detroit will need a strong effort tonight vs. Colorado in order to enhance their position in the Western Conference. Red Wings GM Ken Holland wants to make a move at the deadline, but only if the Red Wings don't have to mortgage any future assets. Detroit is loaded with prospects, so it's only a matter of time until they return to dominance. James Reimer has been great this season but there are still plenty of holes in his game. Reimer still has yet to prove that he can win in the playoffs & you can never have enough depth in goal. GM's are always looking to upgrade their team regardless of position. The chemistry between Joffrey Lupul & Nazem Kadri has been phenomenal. Kadri's time in the AHL has really helped his development & pushed his level of play into a different stratosphere. The Columbus Blue Jackets are currently 8th place in the Western Conference, & have three first round selections in the 2013 draft, they should be considered a team on the rise.
The Leafs haven't had a dynamic duo such as Kadri/Lupul since back in the Sundin/Mogilny era. Joffrey Lupul is a dynamic forward that has developed some serious chemistry with third year forward Nazem Kadri. These two players have fed off each other, & the Maple Leafs are reaping the benefits. The next step for Toronto is to make the playoffs & see how well they match up against a first round opponent. Here's the latest on the Miikka Kiprusoff saga: Kiprusoff is "intrigued" by the Toronto Maple Leafs, Dave Nonis & Jay Feaster have had a number of conversations but nothing has materialized at this point. Kiprusoff is considering all options (trade, short-term extension, etc...) & appears to be the best fit for the Leafs at the moment. The addition of Kiprusoff would take some of the heat off James Reimer & give the Leafs a fantastic 1-2 punch. Alexei Kovalev's "return" to the Montreal Canadiens appears to be nothing but a poorly executed April Fools joke, be careful what you read today!
D.A. Points is the "classic journeyman" his previous claim to fame is winning the Pebble Beach Pro-Am playing alongside Bill Murray a few years ago. A lot of players don't like to play with Points because he is a bit of a "chatty Cathy" on the course. The Houston Shell Open has been around for a long time, & was best known as "the tournament before Augusta" There are lots of candidates who could do some damage at next weeks Masters Tournament in Augusta. Players such as (Mickelson, Kuchar, Dustin Johnson, Oosthuizen, Westwood, take your pick…) Tiger Woods still appears to be the hands on favourite to win, but as the old saying goes "anything can happen. Dustin Johnson seems primed for a breakout year, but sometimes needs a little "kick in the pants" to get things going. If Johnson can get a little "fire in the belly" he could win majors left right & center.
Kevin Ware's leg injury vs. Duke was horrific. Give Louisville credit for bouncing back after the gruesome turn of events en route to the 85-63 win. Head coach Rick Pitino did a great job of keeping his troops focused & using Ware's injury as a source of inspiration. There is only one #1 seed left, & Louisville looks "head & shoulders" above the other three remaining teams. Wichita State will be in tough vs. Louisville because "they haven't seen a team like this before." Wichita State does a great job of sharing the ball really well, shooting three pointers, & has excellent defense/poise. Syracuse is an incredible difficult team to play against because they are (long, athletic, they can close from point A? point B in rapid fire fashion, & are difficult to get shots off against) Michigan should have their hands full & will need a top notch effort in order to come out victorious. The Toronto Raptors are a difficult bunch to watch at this juncture in the season, but should be boosted by the emotional return of Jose Calderon tonight at the ACC.
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