“This week the crew discusses the NHL playoff predictions that the NHL development team made, a real life video game in Richmond, and Snoop Dog in Call of Duty. Foshizzle!”
Mike Wilner takes you calls on John Gibbons bullpen decisions after the the Blue Jays fall to the Cleveland Indians 6-4 in another game filled with Blue Jays walks.
Mike Wilner takes your calls after the Blue Jays 5-0 victory over the Cleveland Indians.
Alex Seixeiro and Dan Riccio get you set for the upcoming week of fantasy baseball and tell you who to pick up immeadiately (Jesse Chavez!)
Gord Stellick & Ric Nattress get you set for Saturday night’s games. They are joined by Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau, Penguins analyst Phil Bourque, NESN reporter Leah Hextall, and Avalanche radio play by play voice Marc Moser.
Dropping four of their last five games, the Brooklyn Nets seem to have engineered a first-round meeting with Toronto. The Raptors haven’t missed the slight and they’re using it as fuel.
As all but one of Canada’s NHL clubs miss the playoffs, front office changes are being made, each with the hope of bringing about a ‘culture change.’ What does that mean? Not much.
Maybe the most overlooked player on the Raptors’ roster, Nando De Colo has nevertheless shown glimpses of something special
NBA expert and Raptors’ broadcaster Eric Smith offers an inside look at his ballot for the NBA’s end-of-season awards
Each year the team that makes the NHL series of videogames makes a number of predictions on the Stanley Cup playoffs. Boston’s victory is just one of their predictions.
Winners in seven of their last eight, the Raptors’ recent success has hidden a slip in team defence that coach Dwane Casey hopes to rectify before the post-season.