NHL Playoffs

Current Sports | 4/26/16 | #689

Apr 26, 2016
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NBA Playoffs, NHL Playoffs, Kevin Durant, Detroit Tigers, Tyler Collins, Professional Dancing, Erynn Edwards, and Detroit Pistons.


Current Sports | 4/20/16 | #685

Apr 20, 2016
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Detroit Red Wings, Tampa Bay Lightning, Conor McGregor Retirement, Anthony Ianni, MSU Spring Game, and  Mark Dantonio.


Current Sports #473 | May 14, 2015

May 14, 2015

  Current Sports kicks off the show decoding the new Chris Webber-Jalen Rose square-off that has developed in light of Weber's comments about the 'Fab Five' 30 for 30 documentary that Rose helped to produce. Then, Tori Franklin, triple jump competitor for Michigan State's track and field team, joins the show to enlighten the listeners about the "Big Ten's", the track competition that will be landing in East Lansing on Friday. Next, Al and Isaac review the NBA and NHL playoffs, giving predictions for both brackets, and Isaac elaborates on his cool connection with the new Madden cover boy, Odell Beckham Jr. And, like every Thursday, Current Sports hosts 'Throwback Thursday' to teach you sports trivia  of days past.


Current Sports #455 | April 18, 2015

Apr 20, 2015

  In an exciting edition of Current Sports, there is no lack of sports discussion as both the NHL and NBA playoffs have begun, filled with lots of action. After a promising first game, the Red Wings were demolished in Game 2 by the Lightning and Current Sports discusses the latest on the goalie situation in Detroit. Also, Al invites Okemos basketball star Connor George on to the show as they talk about his recent commitment to Michigan State. 


Current Sports #451 | April 14, 2015

Apr 14, 2015

Sports have not started to slow down just yet, because with the conclusion of the Masters comes the contentious playoff races in the NBA and NHL. Al breaks down both situations, and talks about the Red Wings' situation in front of the net. Also,  the Tigers' shining start to the season has fueled high expectations for this year, but is it too early to draw any conclusions? Finally, Current Sports closes with an intriguing interview of Richard Kincaide who delves further into the Detroit sports situation. 


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