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Weekend Sports Report - 10/15/11 PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 15 October 2011 07:17

with Les Grobstein, Steve Leventhal, and Alison Moran

The Brewers and Tigers are fighting for their playoff lives.  At least the Brewers come home in an effort to try to get to the World Series for the first time since 1982.  The Packers host the hapless Rams, while the Bears host the one-win Vikings at Soldier Field.  We give you the NFL roundtable and lots more including the Cubs efforts to ink the deal for a new general manager.  Enjoy.

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Dorf on Sports - 10/12/11 PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 13 October 2011 17:14

with Andy Dorf and Fred Wallin

On this edition of Dorf on Sports, Fred and Andy talk playoff baseball. The Tigers are on the brink of elimination, and the Brew Crew is now in a hole themselves! The guys also talk about the NBA canceling the first two weeks of the season. In the NFL it looks like the Cards season is done. In Denver they got what they wanted - Tim Tebow gets the start this weekend! Mix in a few calls from listeners and its a full hour of sports talk radio. Check us out online every Wednesday from 9-10pm AZ Time @ call in with an opinion at 866 536 1100.

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Weekend Sports Report - 10/8/11 PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 08 October 2011 14:36

with Les Grobstein, Alison Moran, and Packer Dave

Baseball continues in the Midwest as the Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers advance to the NLCS, John Poulter calls in to talk post season roundball.  We have the NFL roundtable with our weekly picks.  Les and Dave are tied with 28-4 records going into week five.  A quick lot at the NFC North games, and the Blackhawks began their NHL regular season on Friday night. Enjoy.

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Last Updated on Saturday, 08 October 2011 14:45
Home Improvement USA - 10/11/11 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 11 October 2011 15:29

with Dave Rusch and Steve Leventhal

Home Improvement USA welcomes back Jon Sipe from United Marketing Force to discuss roofing problems and solutions. Paul Taub from Kachina Lead Paint Solutions joins the show to shed light on recent legislation regarding older buildings with lead paint, and how his company works with individuals to educate them on the safety issues regarding this topic. And, in the third segment, Chris Hall from lets us know how do-it-yourself online can save time and money.

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Chicago Blackhawks season preview PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 07 October 2011 11:37

by Hannah Petrukovich

Jonathan ToewsThe Chicago Blackhawks surely didn't enjoy this past offseason as much as their previous one. After adding some much-needed toughness and depth to help their offense, they have made some major strides towards a return to the Stanley Cup finals.  The Dallas Stars are relying on a rookie coach in hopes he would end their playoff drought.  The task  is made much harder with their leading scorer out of the picture.

Glen Gulutzan makes his NHL coaching debut as the Stars and Blackhawks kick off their seasons Friday night at American Airlines Center. He coached for two years with the Texas Stars Dallas' top minor league affiliate.
After winning its first Stanley Cup in over forty-nine years, the defending champs crept into the playoffs thanks to a Dallas loss on the final day of the 2010-11 regular season. The Hawks were ultimately eliminated by the Western Conference champions Vancouver in the first round.

Right wing Patrick Kane stated on  "I think a lot of us have to prove that what we did two years ago wasn't really a fluke, Last year, we didn't have our best team and we almost did some damage."  

Chicago general manager Stan Bowman, who is also signed for a three year contract, brought in some much needed veterans in Andrew Brunette, Jamal Mayers and Steve Montador, along with noted agitator Daniel Carcillo. They will join the core of Jonathan Toews, Kane, Patrick Sharp and Marian Hossa.

"You need to be able to change the momentum, and that's usually with guys who play a certain (physical) style," Bowman told ESPN. "That's why we've added all those players while we've kept all our top guys."

You can say the Blackhawks are excited about their new additions to the team, while the Dallas Stars are counting on new players to make the departure of Brad Richards easier. They have signed right wing Michael Ryder and defenseman Sheldon Souray.

Corey Crawford showed that  he can handle the load of being a starting goalie in the National Hockey League, and Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews continued to produce as two of the best young players in the game. The Hawks finished the season scoring 258 goals, which put them third in the Western Conference.

This should be a tough opening game for Chicago, because despite missing the playoffs, Dallas won 42 games and finished with 95 points in the competitive Pacific Division.

Last Updated on Friday, 07 October 2011 12:15
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