FREE REPLAY: WCB on NHL Radio with Bernstein, Cooper, Lazerus, More

Honda CenterLive from the Honda Center following the Anaheim Ducks Game 1 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks, the 2 Man Advantage crew once again took to the airwaves of NHL Network Radio. Jonathan Davis hosted the show, along with guest co-host Dennis Bernstein of The Fourth Period magazine. They offered plenty of opinions on the Eastern and Western Conference Finals. Joining them to talk Rangers-Lightning was John Giannone of MSG Network. They also looked at the Ducks-Blackhawks series with Anaheim radio play-by-play man Steve Carroll and Mark Lazerus of Chicago Sun-Times. Also, Joshua Cooper of Yahoo’s Puck Daddy added a myriad of opinions – including which NHL teams that didn’t make the playoffs this year will join the post-season party next April, and which team from the 2015 playoffs is most likely to drop out.

Enjoy a free replay of all the hockey talk via the audio players below or download any of our previous shows on the MayorsManor iTunes page located here.

Hour one with Steve Carroll and John Giannone:

Hour two with Joshua Cooper and Mark Lazerus:

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