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11/9- Hall of Fame Inductees and Which active players could make the HoF now/soon? And as always the Fantasy Reports, plus we'll take a look at the Dallas Star's impressive start!
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With the Red Wings preparing for their game against the Edmonton Oliers, Matt and Amanda dive into what Detroit has to do to turn thing around and get back into the win column. Can the team turn things around and figure out the early struggles?Also Yahoo released stats that shown the top leaders from each statistical catagory since 2005-2006 which shown Nick Lidstrom at the top or in the top 5. We'll discuss that and more as the DDRWFP is back on the air.
Eno and Big Al delve deep into the Detroit Tigers' decline on the latest episode of The Knee Jerks podcast.
The Tigers' record has fallen under .500. In order to make a playoff run, they need to play .600 plus baseball in the second half. Are Tigers capable of doing so?
The 2015 Tigers reside in no man's land - too good to be sellers at the deadline, but being buyers would not improve them to the point of being true title contenders.
There are several Tigers in the walk year of their contract (Price, Cespedes, Soria, Avila, Davis, Simon), but almost forgotten is the most important piece of the franchise is also in his final year of his deal. GM Dave Dombrowski is a lame duck, and may move on after the season.
The sports money bubble hasn't popped yet. The University of Michigan and Nike agree to the richest apparel deal in NCAA history, yet the players remain unable to profit off their likeness.
The Detroit Red Wings inked Gustav Nyquist to a 4-year contract, locking down one of their next generation building blocks.
Nicklas Lidstrom and Sergei Fedorov were elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in their first year of eligibility. The Red Wings Stanley Cup championship roster of 2002 now has 9 (!!!) Hall of Famers.
All that plus the Jerk of the Week!
Long-time Detroit sports bloggers and podcasters, Greg Eno (aka the man who knows a lot of things about a lot of things), and Big Al Beaton are The Knee Jerks! Eno and Big Al's podcast archive can be found the Sports Geeks Radio Network.
Nicklas Lidstrom's decision to hang up his skates caught everyone off-guard, even though he left open the possibility for each of the past couple seasons.
On this week's Detroit Sports Show, we discuss what Lidstrom meant to us and the city of Detroit, how the Red Wings can move forward now that he's gone, and what's next for the franchise with its captain heading out.
Join Bryan Yates from NHL On the Ice and Peter Fish from Octopus Thrower.com for 30 minutes of Red Wings hockey talk. We cover the news and notes from the Red Wings.
Coming up on today show we discuss Tuesday's game against the Devils, the trade deadline and the upcoming games on Thursday night game against the Avalanche with Lidstrom jersey retirement ceremony and on Friday night against the Devils.
Long-time Detroit sports bloggers and podcasters, Greg Eno (aka the man who knows a lot of things about a lot of things), and Big Al Beaton are The Knee Jerks! Eno and Big Al's podcast is released every Monday on the Sports Geeks Radio Network!
This week, Eno and Big Al welcome back the third jerk, Matt Hutter of Bleacher Report, to talk all things Detroit Red Wings. Matt gives us his thoughts on the number retirement of Nick Lidstrom, the deadline trade for center David Legwand, fighting in the NHL and the team's playoff outlook.
In the second half of the show, The Knee Jerks cover the legacy left by the late William Clay Ford and how his death affects the future of the Detroit Lions, Eno and Big Al also cover the status of Detroit Tigers and Red Wings owner Mike Ilitch, who was unable to attended the number retirement of Lidstrom due to his failing health.
There's all that and more, including "Whose Birthday Is It?" and our "Jerk of the Week!"
Join Bryan Yates and Alan Zlotorzynski Sunday's 7-9 pm EST for 2 hours of Hockey talk. We cover the NHL, AHL, CHL, College Hockey, Fantasy Hockey and much more. We would love your participation on the show. You can join us by joining the chat room or call into the show at (714) 202-9918.
Coming up tonight, Bryan and Alan discuss the trade deadline moves from Wednesday, we also discuss the retiring jerseys of Niklas Lidstrom, Joe Nieuwendyk and Mike Modano. Also we take a look at our weekly playoff standings, news and notes from around the NHL.
Also, joining us Editor at Bolts By The Bay/Entertainment Editor at http://FanSided.com, Tasha Meares. Tasha joins us to discuss the trade deadline move that sent Martin St. Louis to the New York Rangers.
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Co-hosts Rob Kirk and Adam Rickert discuss the possible Olympic rosters for Canada and the United States. The guys will discuss Nick Lidstrom's number retirement and provide updates from the NHL offseason. They'll talk about some of the best and worst roster moves of the summer and discuss performance enhancing drugs and their place in the world of hockey.
Long-time Detroit sports bloggers and podcasters, Greg Eno (aka the Voice of Reason), and Big Al Beaton are The Knee Jerks! Eno and Big Al broadcast live every Monday night at 7PM Eastern on the Sports Geeks Radio Network!
This week Big Al and Eno, the man who knows a lot about a lot things, talk Tigers, Pistons, Red Wings and the NFL. We also welcome back Bleacher Report's Adam Biggers for Adam Rants. Adam takes on the latest news on the NCAA investigating Johnny Manziel.
Jhonny Perlata and others involved in the Biogenesis investigation are finally being suspended.
To replace Peralta, the Tigers acquire slick-fielding shortstop Jose Iglesias from the Red Sox as part of a three-way trade.
Iglesias will be the Tigers' long-term shortstop, Peralta moving on in free agency after the season.
The silliy fallout over Iglesias wearing the number one, out of circulation since Lou Whitaker retired.
The Tigers acquire the bullpen arm they desperately neededin Astros' closer Jose Veras.
The Red Wings will retire Nicklas Lidstrom's number five before a game with the Avalanche next season.
The Pistons give up on Brandon Knight as paret of a sign and trade deal with the Bucks for point guard Brandon Jennings.
The Pistons have become a far more interesting to watch team thanks to Joe Dumars' aggressive off season.
The NFL makes ridiculous changes to the Pro Bowl rules trying to generate interest in a boring, unecessary game.
All that plus the Birthday Game and the Jerk of the Week!
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