Category Archives: Ed Frankovic

Renewed Questions of Leadership

Deep into Tuesday night, a prominent member of Washington’s hockey media, referencing the Boston Bruins’ effort in game 2 of the Eastern conference finals, emailed me this reflection: “This is what a desperate team is supposed to look like down … Continue reading

Posted in Boston Bruins, Eastern Conference, Ed Frankovic, Front Office, George McPhee, HBO's 24/7, hockey blogging, Morning cup-a-joe, New media, NHL playoffs, Pittsburgh Penguins, Tampa Bay Lightning, Washington Capitals | 19 Comments

Another Playoff Party Online for Blogging Pucksheads at WRC

Among a host of impressive media voices we chimed in again on what we think might happen in the Caps-‘Bolts series for WRC-TC 4’s web site today. JP, Dave Nichols of the Capitals News Network, WNST’s Ed Frankovic, Sean Leahy … Continue reading

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NBC’s Consortium of Hockey Prognostications

WRC-NBC 4 put together a fun project for the Caps-Rangers series, soliciting the prognostications of a wide array of local hockey voices, with a commendably heavy emphasis on new media voices locally. The blog roll of participants included many of … Continue reading

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OFB TV: Game 1 Impact Dissected

We visit with Baltimore WNST’s Ed Frankovic in the postgame last night to assess the impact of the Capitals’ game 1 triumph. Jason Arnott gets love, but Ed also makes an important observation about the resiliency of this Rangers’ club … Continue reading

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Local Hockey Media Crystal Ball the Postseason

We asked some of our favorite local voices covering the Caps to share with us a big-picture overview of this Capitals’ playoff club; specifically, we wanted them to address the team’s goaltending situation, its health, and its relative standing in … Continue reading

Posted in 106.7 the Fan, AM 1500, Angie Lewis, Eastern Conference, Ed Frankovic, Federal News Radio, Hockey blogging, Jonathan Warner, Kings of Leonsis, Leslie Silvey, Media, National Hockey League, New media, playoff hockey, Radio, Sky Kerstein, Ted Starkey, Washington Capitals | Leave a comment

Trade Deadline Day on 106.7 the Fan

We’ve been fortunate to be a part of some terrifically fun big media projects here over the past few years, but this past Monday night may have delivered the most fun to date. We were invited to join a gaggle … Continue reading

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Back in the Cup Conversation

If George McPhee’s Monday morning began on a hotseat, likely it ended in repose on something closer to a throne. Or at least, hopefully: a good leather recliner in his Maryland home, with a bottle of Canadian beer in hand, … Continue reading

Posted in 106.7 the Fan, Dale Hunter, Dennis Wideman, Ed Frankovic, George McPhee, Jason Arnott, Morning cup-a-joe, National Hockey League, New media, NHL Trades, Radio, Sky Kerstein, Ted Starkey, Washington Capitals | 18 Comments