Live from the 18th green of Torrey Pines, we’re back. We’re joined the second half of the show by NHL legend, 7-time Stanley Cup winner Bryan Trottier (25:07). Before then, we give knee-jerk reactions to playing 2021 U.S. Open venue Torrey Pines from 7,800 yards: the bad, the ugly, and the even worse.
Spittin' Chiclets Episode 330: Featuring Bryan Trottier & Matt Murley
On Episode 330 of Spittin’ Chiclets, the guys are joined by Bryan Trottier and Matt Murley. Bryan joined (45:45) to discuss the Islanders dynasty of the 1980’s, playing with Mario/Jagr, winning the Cup a zillion times and tons more. But first, the boys open up the show talking about the recent news about the change in NHL TV Rights and what they are looking forward to with TNT and ESPN. The fellas are then joined by our gambling guy, Matt Murley (02:30:08). Murls joined to talk about his recent European hockey hot streak and to tell some funny stories. The guys wrap up the podcast talking about the Oscars.
Mika Zibanejad’s Breakthrough feat. Bryan Trottier, Matthew Barnaby
Up In The Blue Seats: A NY Rangers Hockey Podcast from NY Post Sports
Ron Duguay and Mollie Walker open the show talking about the Rangers’ 9-0 win Wednesday. They discuss the COVID situation, missing the usual coaching staff and Mika Zibanejad’s big night. Producer Jake Brown then welcomes in surprise guest, Islanders legend Bryan Trottier. Trottier talks about Mika tying his NHL record of six points in a single period, his memories from the game he set the record and playing alongside Mike Bossy and Clark Gillies. NY Post Rangers beat writer Larry Brooks drops by to discuss focusing on next season, Julien Gauthier, Ryan Strome and the dominant victory over the Flyers. Former Rangers winger Matthew Barnaby then joins the show. Barnaby talks about Ryan Lindgren being an enforcer, playing alongside Messier and Lindros, his rival Lyle Odelein, the Sabres dysfunction, the NHL back on ESPN, junior hockey in Canada, what he’s doing with Bet99 Sportsbook, his love for gambling and how to bet on hockey.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Bryan says he liked the Pens 5-on-5 but the Canadiens played a strong game and with Carey Price in net did what they had to do to neutralize the rest of the Pens attacks, Bryan talks with us about how tough it is to deal with a great goalie in net, especially in a short series like this one. We ask Trottier how to fix the Pens power play unit.See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
Bryan Trottier played 18 seasons in the National Hockey League for the New York Islanders and Pittsburgh Penguins. He won four Stanley Cups with the Islanders, two with the Penguins and one as an assistant coach with the Colorado Avalanche. He holds the NHL record for points in a single period with six (four goals and two assists) in the second period against the Rangers on December 23, 1978. He is also one of only eight NHL players with multiple five-goal games.He was named one of the '100 Greatest NHL Players' in history. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility in 1997.His number 19 was raised to the Nassau Veterans memorial coliseum rafters on October 20, 2001.Tune in each week on 540 am in NY NJ CT and streaming on www.sportstalknylive.com as well as facebook live at 7pm Sundays for the live broadcast.Please take a moment to like our fan page WLIE 540 AM SPORTSTALKNY and follow us on twitter @sportstalkny and please check out Mark Rosenman and AJ Carters author page on amazon to purchase any of their books.
HOFers Bryan Trottier and Larry Murphy preview 3-ICE and talk Ovechkin, Backstrom and Carlson
Rob is joined by two Hall-of-Famers, Bryan Trottier and Larry Murphy, to discuss the new 3-on-3 hockey league debuting next summer. The pair have 10 Stanley Cup Championships between them - Murphy, the former Cap defenseman, won 4 with the Penguins and Red Wings; Trotter won 4 with the Islanders and 2 with the Penguins. Along with the start-up league, you'll want to hear if they think Alex Ovechkin will eventually pass Wayne Gretzky for most goals in NHL history, and whether John Carlson will win his first Norris Trophy this year.
Guests: NBC’s Brian Boucher & HOFer Bryan Trottier; latest on NHL restart, 24-team format, dark-horse teams, Islanders dynasty
NHL.com’s Dan Rosen and Shawn Roarke are joined by NBC’s Brian Boucher to talk about the latest developments in the NHL’s restart plan, the potential 24-team playoff format, dark-horse teams, impact of layoff on goalies (5:00). Hockey Hall of Famer Bryan Trottier joins the guys to reminisce on the 40thanniversary of the Islanders winning the 1980 Stanley Cup. He re-lives the iconic Bobby Nystrom goal, and shares some stories & memories about the start of the Islanders dynasty (32:55).