Florida Panthers post-game audio

Panthers bench (Mar 1, 2012) 450 x 300

The Panthers suffered a demoralizing defeat and the ever intrepid Ezra Ginsburg ventured in to speak with Brian Campbell, Ed Jovanovski and coach Kevin Dineen.

Posted by Ezra Ginsburg in Uncategorized on March 1, 2012

3/12 Illegal Curve Hockey Show part 1

The Illegal Curve Hockey Show – March 12, 2011 – part 1 0:00 – Friday night recap, Saturday night preview 13:53 – Top Story: Zdeno Chara hit on Max Pacioretty 25:53 – Chara/Pacioretty Aftermath 36:32 – Violence in hockey and concussions 49:31 – Statistically Speaking with Gabe Desjardins of BehindtheNetHockey.com (twitter: @BehindTheNet) 1:04:55 – On […]

Posted by Michael Remis in Podcast,Uncategorized on March 12, 2011

Official Statement from The Goldwater Institute

Goldwater Institute CEO Darcy Olsen’s Statement on Rumored Glendale Lawsuit Saturday afternoon I learned from a reporter that the City of Glendale intends to file a lawsuit against the Goldwater Institute. We have not yet been served, but if the City files a lawsuit against the Institute, it will be frivolous and unsuccessful. The Goldwater […]

Posted by Drew Mindell in Uncategorized on March 7, 2011

On The Beat Christmas Edition

The following articles were featured on the December 25th episode of the Illegal Curve Hockey Show Editor’s Pick – From GQ Magazine – An article about Toronto Maple Leafs GM Brian Burke and his late son Brendan Burke and how Brian Burke has become somewhat of a spokesperson for the issue of homosexuality in sport […]

Posted by Michael Remis in Uncategorized on December 25, 2010

11/13 Illegal Curve Hockey Show

The Illegal Curve Hockey Show – November 13, 2010 Sorry for the technical difficulties but a bit of the beginning is missing, the boys were going over the new format to the NHL All-Star Game 0:00 – NHL All-Star Game changes 10:49 – Leafs lose 7 games in a row 22:10 – Sean Gordon of […]

Posted by curve in Podcast,Uncategorized on November 13, 2010

Hockey Night in Canada: What Bettors Need to Know

This game looks like it will be a lopsided affair.

The New York Rangers are 6-1-0 and have won six in a row. The Toronto Maple Leafs are 0-5-1 and have lost five straight in regulation. The Rangers embarrassed the Maple Leafs 7-2 earlier this week at Madison Square Garden.

Toronto GM Brian Burke summed up the Maple Leafs’ struggles after Toronto’s most recent loss.

“There’s four main components and we’re not executing in any of them: our defensive-zone play, our scoring, our special teams, our goaltending,” said Burke.

Posted by Ari in Uncategorized on October 17, 2009