Felger & Mazz: June 17, 2013
Felger and Massarotti are broadcasting from Hurricane O’Reilly’s to preview tonight’s Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Boston Bruins and the Chicago Blackhawks. The guys opened things up discussing the B’s 2-1 overtime win on Saturday night. Also, the guys talked about the Boston Celtics and the future of Doc Rivers. If the C’s send Doc Rivers to the Los Angeles Clippers, as part of a package deal, would the C’s rather the players or the draft picks in return? Rear Admiral of Barstool Sports joined the guys on-site to preview tonight’s Game 3 between the B’s and Blackhawks.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz continue to discuss the keys to tonight’s Game 3. Are Claude Julien’s line adjustments rejuvenating the B’s? Matt Kalman of CBSBostonSports.com joined Felger and Massarotti to discuss Game 2 and to preview Game 3. How important will the Bruins physicality be in Game 3? Is the play of Jaromir Jagr hurting the Bruins? In the Celtics discussion, if Doc leaves, who could be on the short list of coaches that could come in?
During Hour 3 of Felger and Massarotti, the guys continue to talk about the two big stories in the city of Boston: The future of Doc Rivers in Boston and the Bruins Game 3 against the Blackhawks. Are the Celtics closing in on a deal that will send Doc Rivers to the Los Angeles Clippers? Do Celtics fans want a deal to happen? Eddie Olczyk of NBC Sports joined Felger and Mazz to talk about Game 2, Julien’s line adjustments, and tonight’s Game 3.
In the Hour 4, Felger and Mazz continue the discuss the future of Doc Rivers as the C’s head coach. Shouldn’t the Celtics be looking to take advantage of the fact that they can get assets for moving a head coach? The guys went on to discuss the non-goal call on the Marian Hossa rebound in Game 2 between the B’s and Blackhawks. Did the refs screw over the Blackhawks with the non-goal call? Boston Bruins radio color commentator Bob Beers joined the guys on-site to talk some Bruins. Finally, it’s The Final Word with Marc Bertrand.