Welcome back to RSH and its time for our favorite show of the month PREDICTION TIME! RSH Wednesday Night Champion Chuck Winchester and RSH Women's Champ Yvonne DeBord will make there picks as they go up against AEE President Tim King and AEE First Lady Melissa Strack respectively. AJ from The Working Fans Podcast joins the show and Josh and crew will break down the past … [Read more...] about RSH: Hell in a Cell Prediction Show
As expected, today the NHL announced that the Winter Classic scheduled in Minnesota will be postponed. In addition, the All-Star Game that was set to take place in Florida has also been postponed. The Winter Classic was scheduled for January 1, 2021 at Target Field in Minneapolis between the Minnesota Wild and the St. Louis Blues. Though it won't happen in 2021, the NHL … [Read more...] about NHL Cancels Winter Classic, All-Star Weekend
Everybody knows that nothing beats a good pep talk to get your blood flowing and heart racing in a pivotal moment in sports. The speech is definitely the key to igniting the fire within - but the delivery is just as important. A speech is not as effective if it's not given by the right person. Here are my Top 10 Motivational Speeches in sports movies. It was too hard to rank … [Read more...] about Top 10 | Who Said It Best
Toronto Maple Leafs president, Brendan Shanahan calls you up and says, 'hey, you're the Leafs GM for the day.' Don't mind if I do! So - deep breath... here it is. I would offer to trade Mitch Marner and William Nylander to the rebuilding Chicago Blackhawks for Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane. Ok, so the Leafs might have to also throw in Alex Kerfoot to make this deal … [Read more...] about Would You or Wouldn’t You?
After over 3750 pro and Olympic hockey games called, including 22 Stanley Cup Finals; legendary Michael "Doc" Emrick is bidding the hockey world farewell. In addition to hockey, in 1992 and 1993, Emrick called a total of seven NFL games; including Brett Favre's first start in '92. Doc Emrick started his sports broadcasting career in 1973. He was hired by the Port Huron Flags to … [Read more...] about Farewell Doc!
I know, I know - Leafs fans always say this. But look, I'm not saying they are winning the cup or to plan the parade route. I'm simply saying, the time is now. Dubas & Co have built and through this build reminded Leafs Nation that there would be pain. In fact, I think we endured a little more pain that I would've liked - but this is it. This is the most balanced product … [Read more...] about The Time Is Now
From timeless classics to modern thrillers - I can never get enough of a good mob flick. Some might argue the list when it comes to the top 3. However, it's my top 20 list and it could very easily rank in different a order. But, nonetheless, still my top 20 no matter how it's ranked. 20 | Knockaround Guys (2001) (6.1/10 on IMDb) Some found it tacky but I found it … [Read more...] about Top 20 Mob Movies
Another Friday, another episode of Between The Pipes. And what a Friday it was for Leafs fans! The Toronto Maple Leafs announced the highly rumored signing of veteran C Joe Thornton to their lineup. Check out the conversation and the break down of all the other free agent signings and trades leading up to today. Archie and Wade team up for another banging episode of BTP! As … [Read more...] about Between The Pipes | Offseason Talks
YEP - it's a done deal! 1-year at $700k league minimum. Welcome to Toronto Jumbo Joe! Earlier today, I was informed about the possibility of the Leafs adding Joe Thornton to the mix; on the common 1-year, $700k deal. I posted it as a quick hit comment on LeafsLand at 11:31am ET after my source let me know the Leafs were making a valiant effort to get this deal done. Here's … [Read more...] about Jumbo Joe a Leaf!
A quick hit as I don't want to waste too much time on this. It appears "Hockey Dummies" on the Dean Blundell show put this out there. Now, they're podcasters so to be taken with a grain of salt. I too, am a podcaster and writer. I do it because I have a passion for the game and especially for the Leafs. But seeing this is upsetting and frustrating because if there's any truth … [Read more...] about Hockey Dummies Stirring The Pot?
As we await the start of the 2020-21 NHL season, I find myself reminiscing and watching old highlights. When it comes to highlight reels, there are always goals to watch - but for me, nothing beats a good old fashioned donnybrook! I could probably make this list with just Clark v Probert - but I put effort into this as there are some memorable ones that just cannot be … [Read more...] about Top 10 Leafs Tilts
As a kid I grew up watching wrestling and loved the thrill and anticipation of each and every Monday night waiting for RAW to come on. Back then, there were only two brands - WWF and WCW. Between cages matches and casket matches - the excitement generated by the brand of Vince McMahon was incredible. Nothing beat the electrifying entrances and the big flashy productions as fan … [Read more...] about Top 10 Wrestling Entrance Themes
Dubas continues to work! Jimmy Vesey has signed a 1-year deal at $900K to become the next unexpected signing for the buds! All In The Family After spending 3 years with the Rangers and last season with the Sabres, Jimmy Vesey joins the Leafs forward group. Last season he had 9G and 20 points in 64 games in Buffalo. Vesey's father, Jim Sr, is currently an amateur scout … [Read more...] about BREAKING: Leafs Sign Vesey
Now this is something I don't think anybody saw coming. Taylor Hall is headed to Buffalo. Is this the Sabres showing Jack Eichel that they're willing to spend money to bring him another start to play with? Hall Cashes In At what cost? Well, the Sabres backed up the dump truck to Hall with a mind-boggling 1-year deal at $8 million. Yes, you read that right - $8 MILLION for … [Read more...] about BREAKING: Taylor Hall to Buffalo
Well it's been one heck of a free agency in the NHL so far! We've seen so many moves, involving some big unexpected surprises and a lot of goalies finding new homes. We'll start things off, of course, with my beloved Maple Leafs. Doobie Doobie Dubas! Toronto Maple Leafs GM, Kyle Dubas, said he was looking to make the Leafs a tougher team to play against; and he's done … [Read more...] about NHL | LEAFS FREE AGENT SIGNINGS
Welcome to Episode 11 of Between The Pipes. This Friday is the moment a lot of us have been waiting for - Free Agent Frenzy! With so many trades already having been made in the last few weeks, Friday afternoon at 12pm ET - the free agency market officially opens. Join Archie and his new co-host Wade - as we expect this to be busier than any free agency we've seen in recent … [Read more...] about Between The Pipes | Episode 11 – Free Agent Frenzy
With Covid putting a screeching halt on revenue generated in ticket and merch sales, there's one really good way to help every team recoup while giving the fans something they want! The Buffalo Sabres opted to "Return To Royal" in August. Then the Golden Knights introduced their gold alternate jersey on October 2nd and the Senators followed suit with their "Back To Our Roots" … [Read more...] about NHL Going Retro?
With the 2020 NHL Entry Draft less than a month away, all eyes are on Alexis Lafrenière of the Rimouski Océanic in the QMJHL. The New York Rangers won the draft lottery giving them first dibs at Lafrenière's services. This draft is definitely a talent-filled pool with a variety of positions. Quinton Byfield (C), Jamie Drysdale (D), Jake Sanderson (D), Cole Perfetti (C), … [Read more...] about [Updated 10/06] No 1 Picks (2015-2020)
As expected and to no surprise at all, the New York Rangers selected LW Alexis Lafrenière at No 1, from the Rimouski Oceanic of the QMJHL. No 2 | Los Angeles Kings At the No 2 spot, the LA Kings select C Quinton Byfield of the Sudbury Wolves from the OHL. No 3 | Ottawa Senators With the No 3 pick, the first of their two in the top 5, the Ottawa Senators select … [Read more...] about 2020 NHL Draft Results
Welcome to Draft Week & Free Agent Frenzy! The 2020 NHL Entry Draft takes place over the next two days with a deep talent pool. TSN ran a mock draft for the first round that saw the Top 3 consist of Alexis Lafrenière, Quinton Byfield, and Tim Stuetzle. To LA: Olli Maatta | To CHI: Brad Morrison The Kings acquired D Olli Maatta from the Hawks in exchange for F Brad … [Read more...] about NHL: Quick Hits | What’s The Word
The Vegas Golden Knights have extended Robin Lehner with a 5-year, $25 million contract - sealed with a handshake. According to TSN's Frank Seravalli, the official announcement is expected to be made later today. Lehner had a great second half with the Golden Knights, highlighted by a fantastic playoff performance. The 29-year-old tender recorded a .920 save percentage … [Read more...] about Lehner Extended | 5yrs – $25 million
Welcome to the 10th installment of Between The Pipes! The 2020 Stanley Cup Champions are the Tampa Bay Lightning. We've got all the details of the finals as well as some news and notes. We also talk about the unique Stanley Cup "Parade" organized by the Tampa Bay Lightning Organization as well as highlights from the entire playoffs. A look ahead at Free Agency, trades, rumors, … [Read more...] about Between The Pipes | Episode 10
Ladies and gents, All Everything Entertainment and Alex Bennison of Armchair Wrestling are proud to announce that this coming Friday October 9th, the world's most dangerous man - Ken Shamrock, will be joining us LIVE! So grab your favorite snack, tell your boss you're taking your lunch at 12pm ET because this is one interview you won't want to miss! Where can you … [Read more...] about BREAKING: KEN SHAMROCK ON AEE!
The Tampa Bay Lightning are your 2020 Stanley Cup Champions! Brayden Point got things started for Tampa Bay in the 1st at 12:23 on the power play. After 20 minutes of play - the Lightning skated off the ice with a 1-0 lead. At 7:01 of the 2nd period, Blake Coleman put the Bolts up 2-0 with a wicked one-timer. After 2 periods of play, Tampa found themselves up 2-0 while … [Read more...] about Stanley Cup Champs
...let's - play - ball! A bunch of people in the baseball world are slamming the door shut on the Toronto Blue Jays. The Jays are set to take on the Tampa Bay Rays in the Wild Card round. So the Rays have the stronger three-game rotation on the mound; with Blake Snell (4-2, 3.24 ERA), Tyler Glasnow (5-1, 4.08 ERA), and Charlie Morton (2-2, 4.74 ERA). Where-as the Jays will … [Read more...] about Ok, ok, Blue Jays…
Corey Perry got the Stars on the board at 17:52 of the 1st period to give the Stars a 1-0 lead going into the 2nd. In the 2nd period, Ondrej Palat tied things up at 4:37 as the Lightning out shot the Stars 23-14 after 40 minutes of play. In the 3rd period, Mikhail Sergachev got the Bolts the lead on a rocket from the point that beat Khudobin off the post and in on the far … [Read more...] about COREY PERRY THE OVERTIME HERO
John Klingberg got the goal scoring started in this game at 7:17 of the 1st period and Joe Pavelski added to the lead at 18:28 to give Dallas the 2-0 lead. However, Brayden Point scored a beauty late in the frame to cut the lead in half. Point tied the game at 2:08 of the 2nd period before Corey Perry restored the lead for Dallas at 8:26. Yanni Gourde made it 3-3 at 18:54 of … [Read more...] about Bolts 1 Win Away | Update: Stamkos Out.
A few of my fellow writers and podcasters at All Everything Entertainment refer to me as the "nice guy from Canada" - well boys... (hold my beer) This is a little different of a piece - some might even say it's a little over the edge. Heck, sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do! So, I will say - this is not for the soft-hearted or easily-offended... or for the faint at … [Read more...] about Welcome to Letterkenny
Welcome to the second installment of this week's double-header of Between The Pipes. The Lightning lead the best-of-7 series 2-1 against the Stars. Steven Stamkos made a very brief (but effective) return in Game 3. Game 4 scheduled Friday at 8pm ET. All Everything Entertainment… follow, subscribe, like, share! Be sure to check All Everything Entertainment out on all … [Read more...] about Between The Pipes | Episode 9
The Tampa Bay Lightning received some exciting news prior to puck drop - captain, Steven Stamkos, was suiting up! Nikita Kucherov got the Bolts on the board at 5:33 to give the Lightning the 1-0 lead in the 1st. Oh Captain, My Captain Steven Stamkos wasted no time to make his presence felt. He scored a beautiful goal at 6:58 to give Tampa Bay the 2-0 lead. … [Read more...] about Bolts Win | Stamkos Back.. Sort Of
We have a double-header scheduled this week with Episode 8 at 7pm ET and the regularly scheduled broadcast (Episode 9) on Friday at 7:30pm ET. We have a Stanley Cup Finals preview and we’ll discuss the Stars and the Lightning after Game 1 and prior to puck drop for Game 2. This is going to be one hell of a series, so buckle up hockey fans! Stars are up 1-0 in the series so far. … [Read more...] about Between The Pipes | Episode 8
Two-time Stanley Cup winner with the Toronto Maple Leafs, Bob Nevin, has passed away at the age of 82. Bob was an exceptional two-way forward who also captained the New York Rangers from 1965-1971. Having played 1128 NHL games, he scored 307 goals and 419 assists (726 points). Our condolences go out to the Nevin family. Just A Small Town Boy Born in Timmins, Ontario, … [Read more...] about Leafs’ Alumni Bob Nevin Passes, 82
The Stars took Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals against the Tampa Bay Lightning; and they have one person to thanks - Anton Khudobin. The 4-1 final score would suggest the Stars dominated this game. However, Tampa Bay out-shot Dallas 36-20; including 22-2 in the 3rd period. oel Hanley, in his first every playoff game, put the Stars on the board at 5:40 of the 1st to make it … [Read more...] about Stars Win Game 1 | Pietrangelo to…
The Tampa Bay Lightning had another chance to put away the Islanders last night; after the Islanders pulled off the 2-1 double OT win in Game 5. The Islanders scored first on a goal by Devon Toews at 4:15 of the 1st period before. Viktor Hedman tied it up just over 2 minutes later. The Lightning came on strong the entire game outshooting the Islanders 42-21 after 60 minutes. … [Read more...] about Stanley Cup Finals | Lightning vs Stars
Per Sportsnet, the Toronto Maple Leafs are set to announce Manny Malhotra as an assistant coach. Malhotra has been on the Canucks' coaching staff for the past few seasons where he also played for three years. It had been rumored that the Leafs were looking to retain the service of Bruce Boudreau; however so far Malhotra is the only addition to be named. There is still a … [Read more...] about Leafs Name Assistant Coach
The IIHF has announced that the 2021 World Juniors will be played in the fan-less Edmonton bubble. In 2022, they will once again return to Alberta - being hosted by both Edmonton and Red Deer. The currently scheduled 2023 in Sweden have been bumped to 2024 with no word yet on who will host 2023. Originally, the 2021 WJHC were to be hosted in the Czech Republic (Ostrava and … [Read more...] about BREAKING: Edmonton Hosting WJHC
Many (including myself) thought the Lightning were going to close out this series last night. But the Islanders would not give up in a game that appeared to be very defensive and cautious in both end. In fact, the shot totals showed just how neutral-zoned this game was - 37-24 in favor of Tampa Bay and that included 4 and just over a half period of hockey with the over time … [Read more...] about Isles vs Bolts | Game 5 + Trade News
Today was one of the most anticipated days for gamers world-wide with the long awaited unveiling of the PS5 price and release date. Sony hosted the Playstation 5 Showcase and promised to give viewers the best look at more games and surprises. As expected - they certainly did not disappoint. So here is the main information everyone wants to know! Release date: November … [Read more...] about PS5 vs Xbox Series S|X
Tonight was a do-or-die Game 5 for the Vegas Golden Knights as they were facing elimination being down 3-1 in the series. Chandler Stephenson got the Knights on the board at 8:14 of the 1st period to give them the 1-0 lead. The two teams skated through a scoreless 2nd period, with Vegas out-shooting the Stars 25-14 after 40 minutes of play. Reilly Smith took the momentum … [Read more...] about NHL: Shooting Stars
This afternoon the Lightning and Islanders were back at it for Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals. The Lightning welcomed Alex Killorn and Brayden Point back into the lineup. However, Casey Cizikas was still out of the lineup for the Islanders. Tampa Bay dominated the 1st period, out-shooting the Islanders 11-5, but neither team could find the back of the net. In the … [Read more...] about NHL: Isles Thunderstruck