Pete Sheppard talks with former NHL player, GM, and current NHL Network analyst Brian Lawton. They discuss the firing of Claude Julien, and Brian gives his opinion, as a former GM, on the way it all played out.
Pete takes calls from Bruins fans who want to voice their opinion on the way the Bruins run their organization, and their displeasure with some of the personnel moves the team has made lately.
Pete Sheppard and Rich Keefe are talking about the Boston Bruins and the way they announced their firing of Claude Julien, suspiciously timed at the same time as the Patriots Super Bowl parade.
Mut talks with CSNNE's Tom E. Curran about the Patriots Super Bowl win, some of the players skipping the White House visit, and he helps get us ready for the NFL offseason.
Mut takes some calls from Patriots fans reacting to players like Martellus Bennett, Chris Long, Devin McCourty, LeGarrette Blount, and Alan Branch saying they won't attend the White House if the team is invited.

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[0:14:08] ... you don't like Roger Goodell. So you shouldn't touch the aid the Super Bowl trophy. That's silly. Now what I'm saying it is you already know going into bat you're gonna get. The ring you're gonna ...






Mut talks with SB Nation's Paul Flannery about Isaiah Thomas fourth quarter play this season and whether he will get MVP consideration. They also talk about some of the trade rumors swirling around players like Carmelo Anthony.

[0:00:01] ... not been talked about. Thanks to the patriots Super Bowl Ron. Is Isiah Thomas. Is not the Celtics the Celtics will be talked about but. Now they're about where you thought they might beat you had a great run here three and a half games back in the east and two games up on Toronto now for the number 2 spot Eastern Conference. And it had a good year. Isiah Thomas that a great year. Isiah Thomas is having one of these transcend the years that as Sean Grady said a couple times recently. He's doing things that nobody ...
[0:00:56] ... favor guys talk hoop with Paul to my height nobody. While overstating Isiah Thomas when I say you know normal year babies having an MVP year for the Celtics in 201617. Yeah it's kind of funny ...
[0:02:03] ... Q what's the biggest difference this year in your mind from the Isiah Thomas to light since Phoenix to the guy have an eerie seven this year. I mean I think you know lucky attitude game ...
[0:03:34] ... But the player that he reminds me of this year especially is Allen Iverson in his ability to do things at that height. That I just don't remember her yogurt ice had yelled being able to do and I wonder if you see. Any of Allen Iverson in Isaiah Thomas is game this year all. I think it's a great comparison you know about the same neck. But. Think ...






Mut talks with John Tomase who is in Fort Myers getting ready for pitchers and catchers to report to Red Sox spring training. John has already seen some players around, including a slimmed-down Pablo Sandoval.
Mut is talking about the five Patriots players saying that they would not attend a White House ceremony if the team is invited. Mut discusses if that could become a trend and at what point is it bad optics for the President if players continue to decline the invite.
Mut and Keefe are talking more about Super Bowl LI, and what they think were some of the defining plays of the game like Julian Edelman's incredible catch or Dont'a Hightower's strip sack of Matt Ryan.
Mut and Bradford are talking about some of the pace of play rules that were announced for baseball today, and we get some of Rob's thoughts on the Red Sox before pitchers and catchers report.