Back for another week of shows and this one is jam packed.
The Welcome Matt takes a look at the officiating in the Stanley Cup playoffs, wondering if the officials can redeem themselves after some poor officiating thus far throughout the postseason.
Mark Zecchino from PGA Tour radio follows and breaks down what was a wild Sunday in the final round of the US Open at Torrey Pines.
John Shannon follows Hashtags - the best and worst of Twitter, and gives us the 411 on the two proposed schedules for next season in the NHL which were presented to the member franchises, his feelings on how the Stanley Cup playoffs have been officiated, tells us why he thinks that Robin Lehner will own the net for Vegas until he loses, and gives his opinion on why Arizona is desperately shopping Oliver Ekman-Larsson.
The Price is Right wonders if the NHL could come up with a more intriguing schedule than the usual 82 game slog.
Jeff Paterson joins for his first hit of the week and gives his thoughts on the officiating in the Stanley Cup playoffs stating that he feels the officiating is bringing the NHL down, why he thinks the Canucks won’t pursue Ekman-Larsson again, and whether he thinks the Canucks would take top goalie prospect Jesper Wallstedt with the 9th overall pick.
We play Memo To on a Monday, and then wrap up the show with all the Errors & Omissions.
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