The Stanley Cup Playoffs have been better than anyone could have expected so far. In a world where sports fans have become very familiar with being disappointed, it's awesome to see the two bubble system of the NHL not only work but exceed expectations. ESPN NHL Insider and Glens Falls resident Barry Melrose joins Levack and Goz to discuss how great this playoff setup has been, how far the New York Islanders can go, who's the team to watch and what the heck happened to the New York Rangers?
Hours before Game Four of the Stanley Cup Finals between the Boston Bruins and St Louis Blues, ESPN NHL Insider Barry Melrose joined Levack and Goz. Is there any hope left for Blues' fans or is it time to accept the fact that the Bruins are about to win their 7th Stanley Cup?
Last season the New York Rangers did the unthinkable, they published a letter to their fans explaining that they would be looking to the future and actually admitted to their fans that they were not trying to win right now. So how are they already competing and playing at a high level? Barry Melrose shares his thoughts.
We lost one of the very good guys in the Capital Region and all of sports over the weekend. After battling a rare form of cancer for more than a year, Dave Strader died early Sunday morning at the age of 62.
This Sunday, the UAlbany Great Danes men's lacrosse team travels to Delaware to take on the nation's number one team, the Maryland Terrapins. Maryland is the alma mater of Sportscenter anchor Scott Van Pelt. Last night on Sportscenter, Van Pelt and NHL analyst Barry Melrose discussed the "hair game" of some of UAlbany's players...
Our favorite hockey expert from Glens Falls was nice enough to help us break down the Stanley Cup Finals with Levack and Wolf. The man known for great hair, amazing suits and all the hockey knowledge is convinced game one is not as important to the resolution of the Finals as the stats would tell you...
As Game 6 looms on Saturday afternoon at 12 noon, the Islanders could be playing at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum for the final time in their storied franchise history. Is this add an emotional aspect for this New York franchise?