Toucher & Rich
Bruins legend Ray Bourque called to talk with 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich about the Game 1 win by the Bruins over the Rangers.
WBZ-TV’s David Robichaud, a high school classmate of New York Rangers head coach John Tortorella in 1976, joined Toucher & Rich on Friday morning to shed some light on a few of Tort’s yearbook quotes.
Thursday night the Bruins won in overtime for the second game in a row and took the 1-0 series lead over the Rangers. Adolfo was outside the Garden after the Game 1 win to talk to the excited fans leaving the game.
It’s no secret that Toucher & Rich don’t enjoy the musings of sportswriter Rick Reilly. His jokes often lack jokes and the guys have grabbed Reilly’s most recent article about the New York Jets in which Reilly takes a stab at poetry.
Next up for the B’s it’s the New York Rangers and John Tortorella. Toucher & Rich took some time to take a look at how Tortorella has handled the media at times.
Boston Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich on Wednesday morning, but did not offer any update on defenseman Dennis Seidenberg, who left Boston’s Game 7 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs early in the first period with an apparent injury.
The Bruins were down by three goals in the third period of Game 7 to the Toronto Maple Leafs on Monday night and somehow the B’s battled back to win in overtime. Many video have hit the internet of people reacting to the win in real time and T&R found a few.
Sometimes there are listeners that like to help out Toucher and Rich with some original content. One such listener is Mike “Behind The Mic” Callahan. The big Bruins win inspired Callahan to record a brand new song about the for the playoffs.
The Bruins came back from down three goals in the third to tie the Maple Leafs and went on to win Game 7 in overtime. Matt Kalman of CBSBostonSports.com joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich to discuss the huge come from behind win by the Bruins to keep their playoff bid alive.
Michael Felger and Tony Amonte were live on Comcast right outside the TD Garden at the Ace Ticket Studio right after the game. Fans eventually made it to the windows of the studio as they poured into the streets to celebrate.