Entries with the tag: james murphy
Give this show a listen folks. Murph and co-host Conor McKenna know what they’re talking about and always have terrific guests on the show:
We’ve got a great show in store for you as we look at the Primetime stories around the hockey world. Murph and Conor will start things off by looking back at the week that was in the NHL and any other hot hockey topics. Former NHL referee and Head Of Officiating for the ECAC Paul Stewart will join Conor and Murph to discuss the turmoil surrounding NHL Executive Vice President Of Operations Colin Campbell and what has become known as “Coli-mail”. Andy Strickland of Truehockey.com joins us to talk some St. Louis Blues and look around the Western Conference, and player agent and family adviser Matt Ebbs of Ebbs Sports Management will be on to take about the latest CSB prospect rankings that came out this past week.
Click here for more on this terrific hockey show.
Once again, I’d like to help out my good friend and hockey scribe James Murphy promote his terrific hockey radio show: Hockey Prime Time Show.
Be sure to check it out on the web site or on XM 204 NHL Home Ice.
We’ve got a great show in store for you this week as we look at the Primetime stories around the hockey world. Murph and Conor will start things off by looking back at the week that was in the NHL and any other hot hockey topics. Pittsburgh Penguins pro scout and former NHL star Kevin Stevens joins us to discuss the Penguins early struggles. We’ll then talk some goaltending with the goalie guru Brian Daccord of Stop It Goaltending. Brian is also the goaltending coach of Adler Manheim in the German DEL and we’ll get the scoop on some up-and-coming European goalies.
With Veterans Day and Remembrance this past Saturday, we’re honored to welcome on a very special guest in Army Ranger Lucas Carr. Lucas and his fellow Rangers will be part of an amazing act of generosity and compassion this Sunday and he will come on to tell us the story!
Click here for more on tomorrow’s show.
My good friend and colleague James Murphy of ESPNBoston.com and NHL.com sent me an e-mail regarding his terrific hockey radio show.
Be sure to tune in and check it out:
Join James Murphy and Conor McKenna for the new Hockey Primetime Show brought to you by HockeyPrimetime.com and Aloft Montreal Airport Hotelthis and every Saturday 2-4 p.m. ET on “NHL Home Ice” XM 204 and Sirius 208, and live-streaming on Hockeyprimetime.com! Featuring notable hockey personalities as guests each week, Murph and Conor get you the prime info and buzz around the rinks of the NHL, AHL, NCAA and Junior Hockey.
This Saturday, Murph will be broadcasting live from the lobby of the Aloft Montreal Airport Hotel at 500 McMillan Ave. Montreal. If you’re in the area come on by!
We’ve got a great show in store for you this week as we look at the Primetime stories around the hockey world. Conor will be calling in from the road this week as he travels to Quebec City to do play-by-play for the Montreal Juniors-Quebec Remparts game Saturday night. Him and Murph will start things off by looking back at the week that was in the NHL and any other hot hockey topics. Rob Simpson of MSG and the NHL Network will come on to discuss the Rangers, Devils and Islanders as well as “Emerald Hockey” a documentary on hockey in Ireland “Simmer” recently did. Justin Bourne of Hockeyprimetime.com, USA Today and the “Puck Daddy” yahoo sports blog will come on to discuss his latest columns. We’ll get the Campus Buzz from Bob Snow of NHL.com as NHL player agent Jerry Buckley of Buckley Management joins us to discuss the tug-of-war between major junior hockey and NCAA hockey, and then we’ll go toe-to-toe with Toddy Carroll. And don’t forget to listen for Murph’s and Conor’s Saturday night predictions. Conor pulled away from Murph last Saturday, going 10-4 while Murph was 6-8. Conor now leads with a 24-15 record with Murph at 20-19.
Seeing as how I went to college somewhat near Boston, MA (Stonehill College in N. Easton, MA), I have been rooting for the Bruins throughout these Stanley Cup playoffs.
Luckily for me, James Murphy, one of my favorite hockey writers, covers the B’s for NESN.com and he had the following to say regarding the keys to tonight’s big tilt:
1. Clear the traffic in front of the net
The five goals allowed by the Bruins in the 5-4 overtime loss in Game 4 was the most allowed by the B’s in the 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs.
The reason for these tallies had nothign to do with bad goaltending but rather a sea of orange in front of goalie Tuukka Rask throughout the game. The Flyers forwards were allowed free passage to the net, and Rask took full responsibility for the showing despite being helpless at times.
Click here for more from my good pal Murph.
From good friend of the blog James Murphy at NESN.com:
What’s an Olympic break without handing out some medals to the Bruins? James Murphy comes at you with deserving winners of the Bruins’ bronze, silver and gold medal—and throws in an honorable mention for good measure.
After the medals breakdown, Murphy speaks to the Bruins’ Stanley Cup hopes. The skinny? The team isn’t quite there as a viable contender—yet. It’s not about being one blockbuster trade away, it’s about developing as a team before the Bruins can be considered Stanley Cup contenders.
Click here to watch Murph give his analysis on video.
From good friend of the blog James Murphy at NHL.com:
“The big part of it is if you let things start to creep into your head, get uneasy and start to lose confidence as a team. That’s exactly the wrong way to think. You have to believe that what you’re doing is the right thing. You have to trust you have a good system in place.”
Miller has allowed 15 goals during his five-game skid, with a 4.07 goals-against average and .874 save percentage. He still has very solid stats overall, with a 2.15 GAA and .931 save percentage. Miller thinks that he and his teammates just need to roll with the punches and realize that sometimes it’s not as good as it seems and other times it’s not as bad.
“We’ve had some games this year where we haven’t been very good and we’ve won,” Miller said. “And we’ve had a few games in this stretch even where I thought we’ve been really good and haven’t got rewarded for some of our play.”
Click here for more from our good pal in MA.
Almost every Friday or Saturday on Kukla’s Korner, our very own Alanah will post an advertisement for the Inside Hockey Radio Show, which can be heard on XM NHL Home Ice, Team 990, and AM 1120 in Boston.
Since their ad is constantly on our site and because I am a big fan, I figured that this would be the perfect opportunity to interview the host of the show, James Murphy. Murphy is a hockey journalist and his musings can be read on NHL.com, InsideHockey.com, NESN.com and Le Magazine and heard on XM Home Ice, Team 990 and AM 1120.
Read below to learn more about a great hockey personality!