Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jamal Murphy discuss the Golden State Warriors‘ Game 3 dagger in Cleveland, pushing the Cavaliers to the brink of getting swept out of the NBA Finals. In addition, hockey analyst Jan Levine steps in to talk about a much more compelling Stanley Cup Finals, with the Pittsburgh Penguins and Nashville Predators each winning twice at home.
Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine discuss whether the NHL’s offside review rules need a revamp after a controversial review disallowed the first goal of the Stanley Cup Finals, effectively killing the Nashville Predators‘ Game 1 momentum. They also break down the Pittsburgh Penguins‘ 2-0 lead as the series heads to Nashville, and compare Sidney Crosby‘s legacy today against the Wayne Gretzky era.
Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine take an in-depth look at the Stanley Cup Finals, as the Pittsburgh Penguins seek to become the first team to win back-to-back titles since the Detroit Red Wings in 1997 and ’98. Not only are the Nashville Predators making their first Finals appearance, they have only one player with Finals experience – and captain Mike Fisher is just returning from injury.
Playoff talk takes center stage, as Greg DePalma and PSN analyst Jan Levine look ahead to a pair of NHL Game 7 showdowns, including the Washington Capitals flipping the switch to bounce back from a 3-1 deficit to the Pittsburgh Penguins and a banged-up Sidney Crosby. Later, NBA analyst Jamal Murphy also drops by to discuss two sweeps and two tied series, plus the histrionics of LaVar Ball as the…
Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine discuss news from the Stanley Cup playoffs, where Sidney Crosby‘s latest concussion has thrown a shadow over another heated series between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals. Bad blood also dominates baseball talk with Scott Zolotorow, as Baltimore’s Manny Machado and the Boston Red Sox continue to hurl invective – among other things – at each other.
Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine take an in-depth look at the World Cup of Hockey, now down to four teams after completion of group play. Team Europe, behind goaltender Jaroslav Halak and forward Mats Zuccarello, is the Cinderella story against heavyweights Canada, Russia and Sweden.
Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine preview the World Cup of Hockey, which begins Saturday in Toronto. Canada is favored, as captain Sidney Crosby tries to add a World Cup to the Stanley Cup he captured in June, while Team USA will lean on Patrick Kane and Jonathan Quick.