Jacked Up: Was John Scott’s Hit On Mikhail Grabovski Clean?October 17, 2014
On today’s show, the Gackle Bros. discuss whether the San Jose Sharks were as badly outplayed by the New York Islanders as the stats suggest, John Scott’s hit on Mikhail Grabovski and the team’s upcoming bout with the New Jersey Devils.Listen
October 16, 2014
Farewell Tour: Can The New York Islanders Contend In Their Final Season At Nassau Coliseum?
On today’s show, the Gackle Bros. discuss whether the New York Islanders are as good as their 3-0 record, if Brock Nelson is for real and whether John Tavares is a top 5 player in the NHL.
October 15, 2014
Undefeated: Are The Sharks a Work In Progress?
On today’s show, the Gackle Bros. Discuss the Sharks win over the Washington Capitals, Barry Trotz’s decision to not use Alexander Ovechkin in the shootout and the challenge of playing 16 of 21 games on the road.
Will FIFA Move The 2022 World Cup Out Of Qatar?July 28th, 2014
Will FIFA wake up and move the 2022 World Cup out of Qatar? Last week, Sports Illustrated and HBO’s Real Sports ran stories describing the inhumane […]Read Column »
Will Billy Beane Make Another Move Before The Trade Deadline?July 22nd, 2014
Billy Beane’s gamble on Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel is the biggest move of baseball’s trade season so far and with nine days left on the […]Read Column »
Will Recent Injuries Make The Giants Buyers Or Sellers At The Trade Deadline?July 21st, 2014
Two games are just two games, but for a second it looked like the San Francisco Giants had piled onto a life raft, floating safely into […]Read Column »
What Happened to the MLB All-Star Game?July 15th, 2014
Midsummer Classic or Midsummer Cactus League? At this point, the All-Star Game is just another exhibition, like Cactus League and Grapefruit League games. But the comparison […]Read Column »
Will America’s Love Affair With Soccer Live Past The World Cup?July 14th, 2014
When Felix Hernandez throws out the first pitch at the All-Star Game Tuesday night, the earth will return to its normal rotation and Americans will remember […]Read Column »
Sharks Open Season With Back-To-Back ShutoutsOctober 11th, 2014
SAN JOSE — A quarterback controversy is heating up in the South Bay and, no, Alex Smith wasn’t traded back to the San Francisco 49ers. Antti […]Read Feature »
Trouba’s Advice to Mueller: ‘Go Have Fun And Embrace It’October 11th, 2014
SAN JOSE — If San Jose Sharks defenseman Mirco Mueller wants a few pointers about playing on the blue line in the NHL at age 19, […]Read Feature »
Stalock Gets Start in Sharks Home OpenerOctober 11th, 2014
SAN JOSE — While Antti Niemi pitched a shutout in the San Jose Sharks season opener, Alex Stalock will get the start in between the pipes […]Read Feature »
Sharks Notes: Rookies Reflect On NHL DebutsOctober 10th, 2014
SAN JOSE — What is it like to take the ice for your first NHL game? “It was kind of like an exciting nervous,” defenseman Mirco […]Read Feature »
McGinn Gets Fresh Start With SharksOctober 10th, 2014
SAN JOSE — Tye McGinn isn’t the big-splash acquisition that the teal faithful had hoped for over the summer, but he’s quietly plugging a key hole […]Read Feature »