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Let’s talk hockey. It’s hockey night in America with Rotowire’s Darryl Houston Smith and Boston Bruins season ticket holder Gary Heikkila.
This is where knowledge and passion meet. If you want to be smarter at your bar be sure to listen each week as we bring you news and analysis from the world of pro hockey.
If fantasy is your game we got you covered as well. As Darryl is also the author of NHL Master Class and a multiple Experts Fantasy Hockey League Champion.
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Sports talk and discussion with an attitude for the passionate and hard core fan. Today we will talk about the status of the NHL & NBA playoffs, predictions for the current maqtchups, Alex Ovechkin's controversial comments.the Derrick Rose situation, Andrew Wiggins suprise committment to Kansas in NCAA hoops, and more.
The playoffs are the season for breakout performers, eternal moments, and dreams turned into reality. Conversely, the playoffs are also the season for disappointment, eternal shame, and nightmares fueled by choke jobs to last a lifetime. A Buzz-saw tends to appreciate the latter.
Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo dive right into the NHL and NBA playoffs, with a focus, on not only the teams still vying for a championship, but also the teams that are left with that bitter taste all off-season.
Your favorite sports genius' are not alone on this installment, as they welcome Rich Miller of ESPN 970 Pittsburgh to the HBS ring. Rich coves the Penguins year round. And will give his insight on the Pittsburgh squad, dealing with soap opera like drama and pressure during their quest to sip from hockey's holy grail.
Are the Red Wings capable of knocking off the Blackhawks, in another battle of historic rivals? How will New York vs Boston look on the ice? And have the Los Angeles Kings switched into that 2012 playoff unbeatable swag?
As for those setting tee times on the golf course, the Toronto Maple Leafs are STILL one of sports darling cursed franchises (much to Mike's enjoyment), and Alexander Ovechkin wins the honor of asinine buffoon of the week.
Over on the NBA side of things, did the Grizzlies truly earn their first ever conference finals trip or was it aided by a depleted Thunder effort? Realistically, is there any possible way Miami doesn't repeat as champions? Can anyone but Carmelo score on the Knicks?
Tiger Tiger Woods ya'll. Tiger is the 2013 Players champion. What does this mean in his pursuit of majors? Sergio Garcia whined to make the TW celebration that much better too.
They never choke. They NEVER disappoint. The Howitzer and Buzz-saw always conquer sports radio, one day, at a time....
Join Alan Zlotorzynski for a special Stanley Cup Playoff Pre-Game edition of CAPITALS CORNER at 6:30 tonight.
Alan will breakdown the Washington Capitals and NY Rangers first round playoff series, which gets underway tonight at Verizon Center in Washington D.C. He will have a position-by-position analysis and tell which team has the edge on offense, defense, special teams, goaltending and coaching.
The Capitals most honest fan will offer up his series prediction and remember, Alan picked the Capitals in seven games over the Bruins last spring.
Alan will also have an in depth look at Rangers Head Coach, John Tortorella. THIS IS AN ADULT ONLY SEGMENT: WARNING, HARSH LANGUAGE INVOLVED. Telling Torts story and replaying some of his best moments simply is not complete if you have to hear the beep and you won’t right here on the Fanspeak Radio Network.
This will be the third straight season and fourth time in five years the Caps and Blueshirts square off in the postseason, so there are no secrets.
Alan will have The Fanspeak.com 5 Keys to a Capitals series victory and tell you which players will make an impact not named Ovechkin or Nash. Alan will also breakdown.
Alan will also update you on what is happening around the rest of the NHL Playoffs. Don't forget, showtime is 6:30 p.m.
Be sure to log on and join the chat room, or call in the show and give your prediction. You can follow Alan on Twitter @zlotsports or email him email@example.com.
Host Matthew Barnaby is back from Pittsburgh after coaching his Tier 1 U14 Buffalo Regals hockey team last week at Nationals. He's ready to take the Gloves OFF!
One week ago today was the NHL's Trade Deadline... find out which teams were Winners or Losers with their moves.
What Happens in Vegas? Jean Sebastien Giguere got Jiggy with his Avalanche team.... but it's not what you think!
The Great 8? Actually, Yes! Alexander Ovechkin has lead his team up the standings and poised for the Playoffs! Is Matthew sold on Ovi? Maybe.... maybe not!
Speaking of Playoffs..... which teams are IN and which teams are OUT? Matthew will tell you who he thinks make the cut!
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All this and more in store for you today.... get ready.... it's time to take the Gloves OFF!
Before the puck is dropped in south Florida tonight, be sure to join Alan Zlotorzynski for a special pre-game edition of CAPITALS CORNER/ THE NHL SHOW.
With a record of 7-2-1 in their last 10 games, the Washington Capitals enters tonight’s contest vs. the Florida Panthers in first place of the Southeast Division. The Capitals have relied of their core veteran players during this recent surge.
Mike Green, Nicklas Backstrom and Alex Ovechkin have combined to score 18 goals and register 35-points during the Capitals recent run.
Alan will break down the trade that sent the Capitals top first round selection from last year’s NHL Draft, Filip Forsberg to the Nashville Predators for veteran Martin Erat. He will tell you why it is not as bad as you have been reading or hearing.
Washington earned a point in every game this past week while posting a record of 3-0-1. Three of their four contests required overtime or a shootout to decide. With the help of Caps play-by-play man John Walton, Alan will have all of the audio highlights as well as the stats that matter from a very important week.
Alan will also recap the NHL trade deadline, as well as have all of the news and notes from around the rest of the league. He will also take you down to the minors where the Hershey Bears are fighting for a playoff spot and Reading Royals are in the playoffs.
Alan will wrap up the show with Fanspeak.com NHL POWER POLL. Showtime is 5:30 on the Fanspeak Radio Network and Alan will take you up to the opening faceoff.
Join Alan Zlotorzynski for CAPITALS CORNER starting tonight at 8:00 on the FANSPEAK RADIO NETWORK. Alan will breakdown the Caps week that started with a bang and ended with thud. The Capitals beat the Bruins and Panthers earlier in the week before losing back-to-back games this weekend to both New York Teams. Alex Ovechkin may not have reached his career milestone of point 700 but he hit another one in today’s loss versus the Rangers. Alan will tell why it might be time to en
Join Alan Zlotorzynski for the pre-game edition of Capitals Corner starting at 5:00 on the Fanspeak Radio Network. Alan will breakdown and preview the Washington Capitals important battle with the Montreal Canadiens.
Following a tough 3-1 loss to the Senators in Ottawa, the Caps must get 2-points tonight to keep their slim division lead over the Winnipeg Jets.
Alan will have the top 5 media notes for each team and the top 5 stats that matter as the Caps look for two important points at the Bell Center. Alan will also have the Caps week in review and the Fanspeak 3 Stars of the Week. You will hear every Caps goal from John Walton, as it was broadcast on the Caps play-by-play network this past week.
With the playoffs scheduled to start next week, Alan will also break down the current playoff picture in the NHL. He will get you up to date on the likeliest scenarios for the Capitals and which teams Washington is likely to face should they make the tournament.
Speaking of the playoffs, Alan will re-live some of the greatest moments in Capitals playoff history.
This week was the anniversary of one of the greatest goals in Franchise history and you will hear the actual call of Dale Hunter’s Game 7 overtime goal vs. the Flyers in 1988. But was it the greatest goal in Caps history. Alan will have the Top 5 Greatest playoff goals in Caps history and you can join in the show by logging into the Fanspeak Radio Chat Room to give your opinions.
You will also hear interviews from Karl Alzner and head coach Adam Oates, as well as Joe B with an update on Nicklas Backstrom. Craig Laughlin also chimes in with his thoughts on the Caps loss in Ottawa.
Alan will finish with a check on the Caps minor league affiliates, as well as NHL news and notes- including the FANSPEAK TOP 10 teams in the league.
Two hours before the puck drops at Verizon Center tonight, Join Capitals guru and show host Alan Zlotorzynski, as he brings you Capitals Corner / The NHL Show Pre-Game Edition.
Alan will have all of the media notes, facts and stats, as well as a breakdown of tonight’s Southeast Division battle as the Caps get set to clash with the Tampa Bay Lightning at the Big Phone Booth in downtown D.C.
Starting with a 4-3 win in South Florida last Saturday night, the Capitals are coming off another stellar week of hockey of must win hockey in which the Caps posted a perfect 4-0-0 mark. Alan will revisit each contest and have every Caps goal as called by John Walton on the Caps Radio Network.
Walton has been able to proclaim, “Good Morning, Good afternoon and Good night” in 10 of the Caps previous 12 games and because of that, Washington is now solidly in control of their own playoff destiny as they are first place in the Southeast Division. With 46 points, the Caps own a two point lead as well as a game in hand on the Winnipeg Jets,
Alan will compare the schedule of each team down the stretch as well as take a look at and breakdown potential first round playoff opponents for the Capitals.
Tiger Woods is not the only player who was once considered the best player in his sport to officially return to greatness this season. With 16-golas in his last 14 games and 26 total on the year, Ovie is the NHL co-goal scoring leader and like Tiger, is officially back. Tonight he faces his partner in the goal scoring race as Steven Stamkos, also with 26-goals this season, visits
Capitals Corner will also look back at the week that was in the NHL and finish the show with Fanspeak.com NHL Top 10 Power Poll. Showtime is 5:00 p.m. and will run up until the puck drops at 7.