Brian Metzer of the "Penguins Radio Network" joins me to talk about Bryan Rust, the goalies, Dominik Kahun, fancy stats, the Islanders rivalry, and Jim Rutherford's Hall of Fame speech. No, I'm kidding. We talk about metal music and paranormal activity.
Mark Madden and I discuss the Colin Kaepernick sideshow in this week’s “Madden Monday” podcast. We agree on a lot of fronts there. But Mark and I are on opposite ends when it comes to the “Rudolph should be suspended” debate. Mark and I also kick around the problems facing the Steelers independent of Garrett’s helmet swing. Then we talk about the rise of Dominik Kahun during a split weekend for the Penguins. And we ponder the Pirates’ hire of Ben Cherington as their new general manager.
Most importantly, we analyze the final season of “Man in the High Castle.”
Long time Pirates reporter John Perrotto is a contributing writer with TribLive on the shake up in Pirates management. He joined me for a podcast surrounding the rumors that Ben Cherington is about to become the new General Manager of the Pirates. John and I are hearing the same thing. Cherington may be in line for a job at PNC Park. But maybe not G.M. That may got to someone else. Get the details here.
Fulfill your fantasy at Cheerleaders! It's our weekly fantasy sports podcast with Jeff Erickson. We go in depth on Steelers-Brown on Thursday night. Also a drilling down on who may shine in the Cowboys-Lions game as well as the Patriots-Eagles contest. Which skill guys will show up the most in Ravens-Texans? And even some hockey. Fantasy reaction to Sidney Crosby's surgery.
A Moon Township-based band, Chip and The Charge Ups, is already in the holiday spirit, with the release of its new song, ‘Black and Gold Christmas’. The band is using the song in a unique way to celebrate Pittsburgh pride and raise money for Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.
Pens Radio Network host Brian Metzer joins me for our weekly hockey podcast. Among the topics on the table this week: Sidney Crosby's health. The upcoming schedule. The struggling power play. The glorious "TOOL" concert.