Chad Brown sat in with D-Mac today!
In the first hour, D-Mac and Chad praise the playoff-bound Avalanche ahead of Game 1 against the Calgary Flames tonight. Will the Avalanche keep their hot streak alive against the best team in the Western Conference? Mike Chambers, hockey writer for the Denver Post, joins the program live from Calgary to break down what he expects from tonight’s game. Fan Broncos Insider, and writer for The Athletic, Nicki Jhabvala chimes in to report the latest from Dove Valley and detail which prospects she believes the Broncos should have their eye on come draft day.
In the second hour, D-Mac and Chad react to former Pittsburgh Steeler Rashard Mendenhall’s tweet accusing Ben Roethlisberger of being a racist. Does Mendenhall’s claim have any merit? Has Twitter, and social media in general, made it too easy for people to create controversy? Will we see longtime Bronco Demaryius Thomas suiting up for a conference rival next season? D-Mac shames the concept of taking a tight end in the first round this year. The guys discuss when the Broncos need to address the tight end position in this year’s draft. Chad locks in the first round selection he would make on draft day.
In the third hour, D-Mac and Chad congratulate the playoff-bound Nuggets and Avalanche, who both start their first round this week! D-Mac says that, as strong as they have been offensively, the Calgary Flames’ goaltending may leave them vulnerable in this series. How much credit does Michael Malone deserve for putting the Nuggets in a position where they avoid both the Rockets and the Jazz in the playoffs? D-Mac gets Chad’s take on Magic Johnson’s bizarre announcement yesterday. Mike Chambers, hockey writer for the Denver Post, joins the program from Calgary to break down what he expects from tonight’s NHL playoff game.
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