On this edition of Five on Three, Anthony Pucik, Tara Sledjeski and Martin McCormack discuss the start of the NHL season. They talk about the hot start for the San Jose Sharks, the cold start for the Boston Bruins, and also take a look at the three local teams.
While preseason basketball can only be so interesting, most of the basketball world is curious to see what the New York Knicks new offense will look like under Phil Jackson and head coach Derek Fisher’s triangle system. What was the answer we got on Monday? Not very good so far.
With the New York Islanders shifting to Brooklyn and the much newer Barclays Center to start next season, this will be the final season at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum for Long Island’s team. And while Barclays Center is the state-of-the-art facility the team has needed for years, the reality of leaving Nassau County has hit fans hard.
Kenny Ducey and Matt Moro covered all the latest headlines around the NFL, including the
Erik Malinowski (@erikmal) of FOX Sports joined the podcast from the west coast to react to the Cardinals' win over the Dodgers in the NLDS, and talk Giants pitching, Eric Hosmer, Bryce Harper, plus much more.
It almost seems like yesterday that the Los Angeles Kings defeated the New York Rangers to win the 2014 Stanley Cup. However, it’s been more than four months since Jonathan Quick and company hoisted the Cup, and a new season is upon us. Some teams began their 2014-2015 campaigns last night, but the New Jersey Devils are set to begin their season tonight against the Philadelphia Flyers. Here’s what you need to know about Jersey’s team heading into the season.
Anthony Pucik, Matt Moro and Drew Casey kick off the second season of One on One's Five on Three on the opening night of the 2014-15 NHL season. They discuss who they think will be dark horses in both conferences, who will disappoint and also take a look at the three local teams and how they will fare this year.
On September 29, 2014 over one hundred WFUV alumni met to honor the history and enduring legacy of One on One, New York's Longest Running Sports Call In Show. Honorees included founding father Malcolm Moran and Executive Sports Producer Bob Ahrens.