Monday, 27 February 2017

Thank goodness for MLB season

Even though it's mild outside for the end of February, it's still been a long winter. With the Canadiens tanking for a second consecutive season, I am more than elated that the Major League Baseball season is around the corner.

Spring training action got under way today and I for one can't wait until the Pirates and Blue Jays are in Montreal at the end of March (well, mainly because I am in the TSN 690 booth for the pre and post game shows).

But the excitement of a new baseball season and the warm weather that it brings has me writing more baseball stuff for Dead Hit Sports.

How will Boston's new Big 3 in the rotation do? Can the Cubs be just as dominant? What about the Angels; will Mike Scoscia last the year as manager? And can the Dodgers finally get over the hump and reach the World Series?

With the preseason already in full swing it's only a matter of time before the preceding questions play out. Buckle up, baseball fans, here we go!

Sunday, 26 February 2017

Robyn Flynn: 3rd Straight Clarkson Cup Final for Les Canadiennes

Robyn Flynn joins the show to discuss the Montreal Canadiennes' big victory over Brampton and gives her take on what the best fit is for the Canadiennes in the Clarkson Cup Final.

David Pagnotta: Habs have inquired about multiple players

Sean Gordon: Price-Julien history significant

Sean Gordon joins Matthew Ross and Amanda Stein to discuss the Habs' big win over the Leafs last night in Toronto, Charles Hudon's two-goal performance in the AHL & more.

Moe Khan: McGill Redmen advance to East Divisonal Final

TSN 690's own Moe Khan joins the show to discuss the McGill Redmen's big hockey victory over UQTR.

Matthew Ross: Where is Charles Hudon?

Matthew Ross and Dave Trentadue debate whether or not calling up Charles Hudon can realistically help the Habs.

Matt Cauz: Jim Popp and Marc Trestman would bring legitimacy to Toronto

TSN 1050's Matt Cauz joins Matthew Ross to talk Leafs-Habs, the Raptors' big win over the Celtics, the Argos' potential new hires and excitement over Blue Jays Spring Training.