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On the Headline Sports podcast with Barbara Mason:
#1 After Big Papi’s shooting, will other Latin players now be worried and concerned about having to go home for the winter?
#2 It really gives pause for other MLB players who might live in the Dominican Republic, and giving what just happened, they may have to change their habits from going out in public?
#3 The Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants rivalry continues last Sunday. The Dodgers’ Max Muncy opened the first inning with a home run and took a long look, which irked Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner and set off some jawing between Bumgarner and Muncy. The Giants open a three-game series with San Diego tonight.
#4 The Boston Bruins saved their season with a convincing win over the St. Louis Blues 5-1 in Game 6 on Sunday in St. Louis that saved the Bruins from elimination.
#5 Oakland Raiders defensive coordinator Paul Guenther, who coached defense that allowed the most points in Raiders history (457). That was what Guenther said his hardest year in coaching.
Headline Sports and is a freelance writer for Area Grande Spanish papers with Barbara is heard every Tuesday night at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
photo from lohud.com: Blues players celebrate a goal in the third period of Game 5
On the NHL Stanley Cup Finals with Daniel:
1 Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara reportedly suffered broken jaw in Game 5; Blues within one win of Stanley Cup, up 3-2
2 Bruce Cassidy calls officiating ‘black eye’ after loss in Game 5
3 Report: Erik Karlsson hoping for offers from Ottawa Senators and Montreal Canadiens
4 Report: Corey Perry looks to part ways with Ducks
5 Stanley Cup ratings are strong on NBC
Daniel Dullum did the NHL podcasts weekly at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
photo from masslive.com: Boston Bruins’ Brandon Carlo, left, and St. Louis Blues’ Tyler Bozak jockey for position during the second period in Game 5 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Final, Thursday, June 6, 2019, in Boston.
On the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs podcast with Matt:
#1 The St. Louis Blues who are the front runners in the series now evened the series twice in Games 2 and 4. They are certainly aware of the surroundings on the ice and on the series scoreboard too.
#2 Taking a look at some of the key players in the series thus far starting with the Boston Bruins’ Brad Marchand in the postseason with eight goals, 13 assists, and 21 points, David Pastrnak with eight goals, nine assists, and 17 points, just two of the many talented players on the B’s who are now trying to solve the Blues at this time.
#3 Matt talks about St. Louis goaltender Jordan Binnington. While he had a rough Game 3 in which the Bruins beat up on the Blues 7-2, Binnington had two great back-to-back games in Games 4 and 5.
#4 The Bruins are just one game down 3-2 in the series. Do the Bruins feel they’ve got their backs to the wall in an elimination game in St. Louis in Game 6 on Sunday night?
#5 The Blues won two one-goal games in this series. That tells you also a little about their defensive prowess.
Matt Harrington does the NHL podcasts each Saturday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
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On the NHL Stanley Cup Finals podcast with Joe Lami:
#1 Is it any surprise that the St. Louis Blues are up by one game leading the Finals 3-2?
#2 The Blues got scoring help from Ryan O’Reilly and Dave Perron. That was all the help they needed in the 2-1 win.
#3 Talk about how big O’Reilly and Perron’s performance was for the Blues.
#4 In goal, the Blues’ Jordan Binnington stopped 38 of 39 Bruins shots and allowed a goal.
#5 Bruins and Blues bring it back to St. Louis this Sunday. Will the Bruins turn it around as the Blues are on the brink?
NHL Stanley Cup Finals podcast with Joe Lami can be heard each Friday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
photo from wsoctv.com: One of seven Boston Bruins goals on Saturday night in St. Louis leaves the Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington laid out in front of the net as the Bruins move ahead 2-1 in the Stanley Cup Finals.
On the NHL Stanley Cup Finals podcast with Daniel Dullum
1 Stanley Cup Finals: Bruins in front 2-1, the Bruins got a 7-2 win in Game 3 on Saturday night. Meanwhile, back in Game 2, the Blues did get a historic win.
2 Blues’ Oskar Sundqvist was suspended for Game 3
3 Report: Maple Leafs discussing a possible trade of Patrick Marleau to Los Angeles
4 Oilers hire Dave Tippett as head coach
Catch Daniel on the NHL Stanley Cup Finals podcasts at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
missourinet.com photo: The St. Louis Blues’ Oskar Sundqvist puts the hit on the Boston Bruins’ Matt Grzelcyk in Game 2 in Boston, resulting in a one-game suspension for Sundqvist.
On the NHL Stanley Cup Finals podcast with Matt:
#1 Matt talks about St. Louis Blues forward Oskar Sundqvist, who was suspended for a game for his elbowing the Boston Bruins’ Matt Grzelcyk.
#2 Was the suspension of Sundqvist justifiable and with Sundqvist out of the lineup. how much of impact is that for the Blues?
#3 Blues captain David Backes said that at this rate if this keep up there won’t be any defensemen left. “It’s from behind, elevated, into his head, into the glass. If that’s a two-minute penalty, I think there’s going to be a shortage of defensemen in this series by the end of it. That’s in somebody else’s hands. That’s something I think if I’m making that hit, I’m probably watching from the bleachers for a few.” said Backes.
#4 Will the Bruins come out in Game 3 fired up because of the hit on Grzelcyk or will they be satisfied with the league decision to suspend Sundqvist?
#5 Game 3, the first of two in St. Louis series, is tied 1-1. Matt tells us his thoughts on the upcoming Games 3 and 4.
Join Matt for more coverage of the Stanley Cup Finals next Saturday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
boston.com photo: Oskar Sundqvist of the Blues knocked Bruins defenseman Matt Grzelcyk out of Game 2 with a first-period hit from behind.
On the Stanley Cup Finals podcast with Joe:
#1 The Blues and Bruins are tied. The way the Bruins came out, it looked like they would dominate, but in Game 2, the Blues got by in overtime 3-2. Do you see this one being an up and down game?
#2 Carl Gunnarsson got the game-winner on a delayed penalty at 3:51 in the OT that gave the Blues the gamer.
#3 In goal, the Blues’ Jordan Binnington stopped 21 shots.
#4 The Blues’ Robert Bortuzzo and Vladimir Tarasenko both scored regulation goals.
#5 The victory for the Blues in Game 2 was St Louis’ first win in 14 tries in Stanley Cup Final games.
#6 Joe sets up game three for us as the next two games are in St Louis starting on Sunday.
Joe Lami does the NHL Stanley Cup Finals podcasts each week at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
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On Headline Sports with London:
#1 The San Francisco Giants have now lost six straight games. The latest loss was on Tuesday night in Miami where they were crushed by the hosts, the Miami Marlins, 11-3. The Marlins did most of their damage with four runs in the fifth and three runs in the sixth.
#2 The Oakland A’s gave it their all, but couldn’t get their 11th straight win as the LA Angles scored twice in the top of the ninth to get a two-run lead over the A’s at the Oakland Coliseum in a 6-4 Angels win. The A’s took another loss for the second straight loss to the Angels on Wednesday afternoon 12-7 in extra innings.
#3 The San Jose Earthquakes are 5-2-6. They have won three out of their last four games and are on the road to face the DC United. The Quakes have a confidence about them that you didn’t see before.
#4 The NBA Finals are coming on Thursday night. The Toronto Raptors and the Golden State Warriors will battle in Toronto in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.
#5 The Boston Bruins and St Louis Blues played some old fashion physical hockey in Game 1 on Monday night at TD Waterhouse Garden. The Blues were up by two goals until the Bruins’ Sean Kuraly scored a third period goal to snap a tie and assisted on another goal to help the B’s get a 4-2 win. The Blues and B’s battle again tonight in Boston for Game 2.
London does Headline Sports each week at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
twitter.com file photo: Amaury Pi-Gonzalez (left) with broadcast partner Manolo Hernandez Douen (right) prepare to call another Oakland Athletics game in Spanish at the Oakland Coliseum.
On That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary podcast:
#1 Amaury you were out for some two months after one of the longest layoffs in your broadcast career. What was that like being away from the mic?
#2 The A’s are currently on one of the longest streaks they’ve had in recent memory. It’s early, but folks have been talking about that 2002 season when they won 20 straight games
#3 In order to put together a win steak like that, you have to have a lot of things working for you and they’ve been getting timely hitting and long ball help from Mark Canha in place of injured Khris Davis.
#4 The Oakland A’s story has almost overshadowed the Golden State Warriors and their NBA Finals appearance starting in Toronto on Thursday night
#5 Amaury, you covered the Stanley Cup Final three years ago when the San Jose Sharks and Pittsburgh Penguins teed it up, This year, San Jose missed the finals by this much and now it’s going to be the St. Louis Blues and the Boston Bruins. What was it like to be there at a very electric Stanley Cup Final when you got to cover it three years ago?
Amaury Pi-Gonzalez is the Spanish radio voice for Oakland A’s baseball on KIQI 1010 San Francisco, the vice president of the Major League Baseball Hispanic Heritage Hall of Fame Museum, and does News and Commentary each week at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
photo from boston.com: Matt Grzelcyk and Charlie Coyle of the Boston Bruins take in a morning skate on Friday at TD Waterhouse Garden in preparation of Game 1 of the NHL Stanley Cup Final series starting on Monday night in Boston.
On the Stanley Cup Final with Matt:
#1 What is it like for the Boston Bruins to come off a 10-day layoff and open the series at home on Monday night against the St. Louis Blues?
#2 During the layoff, the Bruins had their morning skates at TD Waterhouse Garden, and despite no numbers on the practice jerseys, the fans packed the entire arena and as Matt always says everyone loves a winner.
#3 Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask said, “Guys seemed to be huffing and puffing when they came out. I think once you go 10 days no playing, I think it’s good to get a little action in, get used to that pace. I think that’s what we wanted to accomplish, and it looked good.”
#4 What’s it like for the Blues that the media is lending all it’s attention on the Bruins for the upcoming series? They know with all the B’s hype, they’re the underdogs in this one.
#5 Blues right winger Vladimir Tarasenko is having a great run in the playoffs, leading the Blues in points in the last series against San Jose and the Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington with a 1000% save percentage, a combination like that spells trouble for their opponents during the postseason.
Matt Harrington does the NHL Stanley Cup Finals podcast each Saturday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com