It’s a Keefer Preview in tonight’s Madness. Rich Keefe previews the 6th season of The Walking Dead, set to premiere Sunday night, and lists the top five characters he’d like to see get killed off this season.
Boston Globe Bruins beat writer Fluto Shinzawa called in to the Adam Jones Show to discuss the team’s opening night loss to the Winnipeg Jets at TD Garden on Thursday. The guys touched on the Bruins poor defense play, Tuukka Rask’s performance, and more.
Adam Jones and Rich Keefe opened Friday’s show discussing the Bruins 6-2 opening night loss to the Winnipeg Jets at TD Garden on Thursday night. The guys don’t want to jump to conclusions after one game, but the Bruins defense looked as bad as was feared heading into the season.
In the fourth and final Hour of an Agenda Free Friday, Felger and Mazz continue to let the callers set the agenda. To wrap up the week, we hear from Mad Mike and Squeaky Mazz in the Final Word with Jim Murray.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz discussed comments made by Indianapolis Colts Chuck Pagano and their confidence heading into their Week 6 game against the New England Patriots. Bob Socci, radio voice of the Patriots, joined Mike and Tony to preview this Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys and to share his latest Hot Takes. Wrapping up the hour, Felger and Mazz got back into last night’s Bruins loss the Colts game against the Houston Texans.
It’s an Agenda Free Friday on the Felger and Massarotti Show! Mike, Tony, and Jim Murray each shared their opening thoughts before letting the callers set the agenda. Bob Beers, Boston Bruins radio commentator, joined Felger and Mazz to discuss last night’s season opening loss to the Winnipeg Jets. Finally, the guys discussed David Price’s performance in the Toronto Blue Jays loss to the Texas Rangers yesterday.
Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron took an elbow to the head from Winnipeg's Alexander Burmistrov during the first period of the Bruins' season opening loss. After the game, head coach Claude Julien called for discipline against Burmistrov. Zo and Bertrand react.
Toucher & Rich joined forces with Shan & RJ of 105.3 The Fan in Dallas to break down Sunday's Patriots-Cowboys game. They discussed comments made by Greg Hardy, Jerry Jones as an owner (and radio guest) and which team is more hated: the Pats or the Cowboys.
Felger and Mazz interview Bruins president Cam Neely at the Bruins Pro Shop. The guys discuss the decision to hire Don Sweeney, who is the ultimate decision maker in the front office, the decision to trade Dougie Hamilton and expectations for the season.
Felger and Mazz continue to discuss the Bruins prospects for the season leading into opening night. They also dive into Greg Hardy's controversial comments about Tom Brady's wife and the Cowboys' response. Finally, they reflect on the Cubs win in the NL Wildcard game Wednesday night.
Felger and Mazz open the show live from the Bruins Pro Shop studio at the TD Garden ahead of the season opener. What are expectations for this year's team? Can they make the playoffs? How will the new guys fit in? The guys break it down.
Roger Goodell and Jason Garrett on Greg Hardy Comments
Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy made headlines yesterday with poor word choices and comments about Tom Brady's wife, Gisele. Following the comments, both Commissioner Roger Goodell and Cowboys Head coach Jason Garrett were asked about the comments. Zo and Beetle react.
On this hour of Toucher & Rich, Bruins organist Ron Poster rocks out in studio, Michael Hurley discusses Roger Goodell's press conference, Ken Casey from the Dropkick Murphys stops by to promote some boxing, and the guys run through The Stack.
On this hour of Toucher & Rich, the guys share some epic Spanish radio calls, Joe Haggerty talks Bruins on the day of the opener, the guys share Caron Butler's story about Gilbert Arenas and then get into Roger Goodell's press conference.
Boston Bruins insider Joe Haggerty joined Toucher & Rich on Thursday morning to preview the upcoming Bruins season, breaking down their lack of depth on the blue line and giving one player who may be able to help that situation.
NESN.com Patriots beat writer Doug Kyed joined the Adam Jones Show to help preview Sunday’s game in Dallas against the Cowboys, and to start to look ahead to the Pats showdown with the Colts one week from Sunday.
Pats 4 Games in 19 Days not as Grueling as it Sounds
Adam Jones opened Wednesday’s show talking about the Patriots upcoming schedule, which includes four games in nineteen days. Upon further examination Jones thinks this stretch will not be challenging, and people who are talking it up are just reaching for storylines.
In the fourth and final Hour, Felger and Mazz discussed the Draft Kings and Fan Duel insider trading scandal. Has fantasy football changed the product on the field? Wrapping up the day, it’s the Final Word with Jim Murray.
Paul Perillo, of Patriots Football Weekly, joined Felger and Massarotti during Hour 3. The guys continued the conversation about kicker Stephen Gostkowski. Mike, Tony, and Paul also got into the missing illegal batting call from the Lions-Seahawks game, the expansion of instant replay in the NFL, and Greg Hardy’s comments. Who are the biggest threats to the Patriots?
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz talked about the expansion of the instant replay in the NFL. Mike and Tony also discussed the comments made by Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy about Tom Brady and wife Gisele Bundchen. Finally, the guys talked about Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski.
Felger and Massarotti opened up the show discussing the Houston Astros 3-0 win over the New York Yankees in last night’s Wild Card game. Mike and Tony also compared the Yankees to the Boston Red Sox. Which team is positioned better for the future?
Zolak and Bertrand discuss the controversial call at the end of Monday Night Football following the Calvin Johnson fumble. Hardy and Bertrand also debate who is more at blame for the play: Johnson or the officials that blew the call?
On this hour of Toucher & Rich, Mike Fisher of 105.3 The Fan in Dallas previews the Pats-Cowboys, Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask calls in to discuss the upcoming season, and the guys run through The Stack.