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With Dennis Seidenberg gone for the season, suddenly Tuukka Rask looks human. We discuss whether this is a cause for concern moving forward or just a statistical blip on Rask's radar.
Four topics at four oclock including John Scott, Torey Krug, Danny Amendola and MORE
Could they have kept Recchi without making the move? Maybe. There were a lot of moving parts that offseason with Dennis Wideman and Byron Bitz departing in favor of the more expensive Dennis Seidenberg , Nathan Horton and Gregory Campbell
Cup, so not only did Peter Chiarelli pick up a couple of badasses in that deal involving a first-round pick and Dennis Wideman , but he picked up some major pieces toward winning a Cup, or maybe two. As it stands right now, Horton is second
the period, and they came in waves. First, Lucic got tangled up with Matt Hendricks following a cross-check from Dennis Wideman with the B’s on the power play. Karl Alzner jumped in and made a crying gesture at Lucic after the situation was broken up
Mottau on the third defensive pairing. Corvo, at times this season, has been a bad flashback for Bruins fans to Dennis Wideman of 2010 -- an offensive defenseman with scoring skills on the power play but a little shaky with the puck and prone
as their top pairing in recent practices. Carlson, a native of Natick, was a minus-15 in the regular season. Dennis Wideman , who Bruins will remember from his days in Boston, was an All-Star this season, and he finished third on the
to Providence was to learn that part of the game. I think he handled it really, really well. We used to talk about Dennis Wideman when he was here. He was never a physical player, but what he learned was, ‘How do I get the puck from the opposing
first-rounders, [ Mark ] Stuart and [ Blake ] Wheeler . The [ Nathan ] Horton -[ Gregory ] Campbell deal, that was [ Dennis ] Wideman and a first-rounder, and even [ Tomas ] Kaberle , that was two first-rounders, [ Joe ] Colborne and a future first-rounder
for the third straight year, the Flames could have traded Jarome Iginla and tried to rebuild. Instead, they signed Dennis Wideman to a massive contract. Par for the course for the Flames. 29. Islanders — They may be moving out of the Nassau Coliseum
The Bruins got Campbell from the Panthers in the June 2010 trade that landed Nathan Horton in Boston in exchange for Dennis Wideman and the 15th overall pick in that month's draft. The 28-year-old has served as the team's fourth-line center
John Erskine ‘s time in the lineup is over after playing in the last three games, as Schultz reportedly skated on Dennis Wideman ‘s pairing in Monday’s practice. Schultz was a minus-4 in the first three games of the series, tying him with
WEEI.com's Mike Petraglia and Christopher Price discuss Logan Mankins' breakdown of the offensive line and how it will look without Dante Scarnecchia. They also discussed Mankins' rebuttal to Brandon Spikes.
WEEI.com's Mike Petraglia and Chris Price discuss Bill Parcells' Patriots Hall of Fame candidacy.
Tom Curran calls the show to discuss the Vince Wilfork contract situation. After texting with Vince this morning, Curran says that Vince's camp is possibly trying to put the "genie back in the lamp" and that the possibility of the Pro Bowl DT returning to the team has improved.
We wrap up the Celtics season by speaking with Celtics president Danny Ainge about this past season and the team's future.
Celtics owner Wyc Grousbeck joins Mut and Merloni to discuss and reflect on the Boston Marathon Bombings a year later.
Jackie MacMullan talks some Celtics with Mut and Merloni as the season is winding down and the team is positioned to have a high draft pick.
Hazen joins Dino, Gerry and Kirk for the Front Office Report to give us the latest on all things Red Sox. He also gives his take on the Michael Pineda pine tar controversy.
Dave O'Brien and Joe Castiglione talk with Red Sox pitcher John Lackey after he goes 8 solid innings in a great performance, while giving the Red Sox bullpen a night off. Lackey talks a little about what he thinks about Michael Pineda's ejection for having pine tar on his neck.
We check in with John Farrell live from Fenway Park with Dale, Holley and Steve Lyons. We talk Boagearts, Buchholz, Pierzynski, Lester, the losing and much much more.
Andy Brickley, NESN; Joins Mut and Merloni to recap the Bruins win against the Red Wings in game 3
Shawn Thornton joined the show to discuss the Bruins win last night over the Red Wings. Shawn talked about Marchand's agitator status within the league.
Pierre McGuire of NBC Sports joins the program to talk about Game 3 between the Bruins and the Red Wings. He also discusses the issue of targeting player and weighs in on Matt Cooke's vicious knee hit to Tyson Barrie.
Headlines of the day brought to you by Kirk Minihane include the most beautiful woman, three lesbians and a baby, and a murder tattoo.
Dino, Gerry & Kirk evaluate the newest contender for dumbest athlete.
Mut and Merloni tune in to WFAN in New York and listen to a Yankees perspective of what transpired last night at Fenway.
Mut and Merloni react to a wildly entertaining game at Fenway last night in which we saw Michael Pineda ejected in the second inning because he had pine tar on his neck.
Buster Olney joins Mut and Merloni to discuss Michael Pineda using pine tar at Fenway and getting ejected from the game. He also discusses the reaction from Yankees GM Brian Cashman.
We tackle four topics all revolving around big time milestones in sports.
We discuss the Bruins win to take a 2-1 lead in Detroit, and how Brad Marchand is once again (for better or worse) making his presence felt in a series. Hey, he may be a rat, but he's OUR rat.
Nifty jumps on the Planet for an hour.
Lou Merloni did play-by-play with Joe Castiglione today and then joined The Planet Mikey Show to talk about what went wrong, and a few things that went right as the Red Sox started their campaign to defend their World Series title.
WEEI.com's Chris Price joins John Ryder and Chris Villani on Planet Mikey to discuss the signing of Revis Island
The 4th addition of WEEI’s Fantasy Football Offseason Podcast is loaded and ready. In this week’s conversation Jim Hackett and Pete Davidson of Rotobahn.com dig into the sinking draft stock of Teddy Bridgewater (much too their chagrin), while refocusing and emphasizing the immense scouting work done by Pete on players like Bridgewater, Zach Mettenberger, Blake Bortles, Bishop Sankey & Lache Seastrunk. Also, Jim & Pete touch on news from around the league regarding new Jet, Chris Johnson, Montee Ball in Denver and help you tune out all of the negative noise some in the media are trying to push. We’re not buying! Lots of Football love in this podcast for the Football lover. Enjoy!
Greg Wyshynski of Yahoo! Sports joins DJ to break down the first-round matchup between the Bruins and Red Wings. Also discussed is Zdeno Chara's Norris candidacy, transparency with voting for the NHL awards and whether the Canadiens will get out of the first round.
The Red Sox' High-A minor league team in Salem recently had a 16-game winning streak that spanned two seasons. So what? From the standpoint of making prospects better and fostering player development, does that matter? Salem manager Carlos Febles (who managed Salem for the end of their winning streak, but who was also in charge of a 50-87 Single-A Greenville team in 2013) and Salem radio play-by-play man Evan Lepler discuss -- while also touching on a number of prospects in search of the next Earl Weaver and Vinegar Bend Mizell.
The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane. Today the guys discussed David Gregory's tanking Meet The Press ratings.More from this show
Aaron Boone joins Mut and Merloni to talk about the early season troubles the Red Sox have had and the defensive struggles.More from this show
The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane. The guys talked about Colbert joining Dave Letterman last night.More from this show