A rivalry can be defined as the state or situation in which a person or group tries to defeat or be more successful than another person or group, in this episode Skip and Josh countdown their favorite rivalries from the world of sports where the competition has become so fierce over time that the fans and athletes of certain teams have grown to hate each other. Also in this episode: Josh is worried about the Canadian men’s hockey team at the upcoming Olympics, the mailbag and some TV recommendations.
Skip and Josh countdown their favorite fries. What makes a great French fry? Are local establishments better than chains? And let’s not forget about condiment etiquette. Also in this episode: The NBA finals, the MLB playoffs, the Lightning win the Stanley Cup, a proposal for daylight savings time and remembering Van Halen.
In this episode: Everything you always wanted to know about the NHL and NBA free agent signings, including offer sheets, the grammar police, bad contracts, cap space, RFAs/UFAs, KawhiWatch, leaky faucets and the vault. Recorded July 3, 2019.
The NHL Playoffs are down to the final four, does Skip owe Martin Jones an apology? Who has the edge is the Sharks-Blues series and can the Canes keep their magic going against the Bruins. More useless stats and Josh doesn’t even want to say Brad Marchand’s name let alone talk about him. In the NBA Playoffs the Raptors-Sixers will play a game seven, the Warriors proved why they are champions and the Lakers continue to amuse everyone. The guys also discuss the Kentucky Derby and even the Champions League. Recorded May 11, 2019.