We discuss the Red Sox after our interview with John Farrell, and Dustin Pedroia in the lead-off position has become a hot topic.
We discuss the Red Sox after our interview with John Farrell, and Dustin Pedroia in the lead-off position has become a hot topic.
We discuss the Bruins first round matchup vs the Red Wings, and why many national folks think this series could be the one to watch for an early round upset.
We discuss the Bruins first round matchup vs the Red Wings, and why many national folks think this series could be the one to watch for an early round upset.

[0:01:04] ... games that we went with Adam Oates. You know Brad hall the Brendan Shanahan days and then I was gone I was gone at age sixteen knows that plane and seventeen excuse me Germany went to ...
[0:05:52] ... bit nervous about it tail and little nervous because you know the Detroit Red Wings have made the playoffs 23 straight years and of great historic. One of the best franchise in sports and I've agreed I'm ...
[0:07:35] ... it's a power play there. They're clearly the better team I think Mike Babcock. Gave you a glimpse. I'll break -- -- by a great deal of what basically psychological game plan is at the very ...
[0:09:42] ... of of effort. Jimmy Howard has played an entire season for the Detroit Red Wings. He's been up and down there he's been count I'm -- and a big part of that I'm not blaming Jimmy Howard by the way. A big part of that is the fact that the Detroit Red Wings. Have a very young and inexperienced defense -- and and people talk about the inexperience on the bruins' defense. That the Bruins are actually much more experienced. Specially Stanley Cup experience and the Detroit Red Wings are. That's been the prob that's been the Achilles heel for the red wings this entire season. And I don't see that ...






We tackle four topics that all involve the birthday of both Bill Belichick and Kareem Abdul Jabbar.
We tackle four topics that all involve the birthday of both Bill Belichick and Kareem Abdul Jabbar.

[0:00:40] ... is bill -- birthday and Kareem Abdul Jabbar and we'll start with Bill Belichick -- Or four brought you by AT&T AT&T covered more than 99% of all Americans -- possible. Bill Belichick is widely considered the best coaching football at this time do you think he is the greatest coach of all time. Not ...
[0:02:36] ... patriots they have announced their latest list of hall of fame candidates Ty law and -- Bill Parcells -- finalists if you're picking one of those guys to be in the patriots hall of fame is kept watch. There -- ...
[0:03:30] ... it -- rules -- sure hall you can do what you want. Bill Parcells couldn't make it last year because he was going up and amber against the dining Bruschi yeah. He was probably not gonna make it this year because he's going up against the guy named law. Bill Parcells doesn't deserve I mean where -- this franchise. What is the fate of the New England Patriots without Bill Parcells tenure -- -- -- -- About the put another twenty at the -- we thank our I appreciate you. I mean I'd like can't you put involvement they'll change the rules when it's Brady and Belichick in the same here. -- -- -- right they will now if they called gold saying let's stay right -- -- they have but I don't bring united mean it's not going to be. But they don't change -- c'mon is going to be Ty Law. In a landslide they wanted to cook the dinner please don't let yourself some of the gross having -- Was a part of three championship games he set the tone for the first championship team we have got -- 47 yards touched down and let everybody know that the patriots absolutely could be Taylor Twellman hometown St. Louis Rams. In the Super Bowl yeah it's. Time all big games big big big time plays in big games. Borderline. Hall of Famer ...





Boston resident Kevin “Kayvon” Edson was arraigned Wednesday in Boston Municipal Court and charged with possession of a hoax explosive for allegedly dropping a backpack with a rice cooker containing confetti at the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Tuesday. The 25-year-old pleaded not guilty.

Andy Brickley joins Mut and Merloni to discuss the Bruins Red Wings series, a possible Seidenberg return, and the power play.

Boston resident Kevin “Kayvon” Edson was arraigned Wednesday in Boston Municipal Court and charged with possession of a hoax explosive for allegedly dropping a backpack with a rice cooker containing confetti at the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Tuesday. The 25-year-old pleaded not guilty.

Edson, who was spotted running barefoot down Boylston Street in a black veil yelling “Boston Strong” before being detained by police, also was charged with threatening battery, threats to commit a crime, disturbing the peace, disturbing a public assembly and disorderly conduct, according to the Boston Police Department. He reportedly claims the stunt was performance art.

Edson, whom prosecutors said is a student at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, is being held on $100,000 bail. He was ordered to be taken to Bridgewater State Hospital for an evaluation and return to court May 7.

According to The Associated Press, his mother indicated he has bipolar disorder, and a man identifying himself as Edson’s brother posted on Facebook that Edson is “a disillusioned and very sick individual.” Edson reportedly has a criminal record and was evaluated at Bridgewater State Hospital last year.

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Jerry Spar
Buster Olney joined Mut and Merloni to discuss the Lester contract offer and the trickle-down effect in the clubhouse, the defense of Xander Bogaerts, and the slow start