Category Archives: Radio

La Canfora Unloads, Again

Former Washington Post Capitals reporter Jason La Canfora was back on 106.7 the Fan today, ostensibly to discuss his present beat, the NFL, but studio host Danny Rouhier, to his credit, had his guest weigh in on the latest Capitals’ … Continue reading

Posted in 106.7 the Fan, Alexander Ovechkin, Dan Steinberg, Danny Rouhier, Jason La Canfora, Media, Radio, Washington Post | 6 Comments

Echoes of Outrage

I’ve said my peace about this week’s trade, but I feel compelled to bring to our readers’ attention some additional commentary from one of the indisputably elite talents in the Washington sports blogging community, Homer McFanboy. This resonance of sentiment … Continue reading

Posted in 106.7 the Fan, Filip Forsberg, Front Office, George McPhee, Homer McFanboy, Jason LaCanfora, Martin Erat, Media, New media, Prospects, Radio, Sky Kerstein | 19 Comments

Linemate for a Lifetime

Together we blistered slapshots from every conceivable angle, fed each other for one-timers, played games of posts with a couple of other puck pals, and just lost ourselves in the fantastic frigidness of timeless, unsupervised shinny. Continue reading

Posted in Beer league hockey, Morning cup-a-joe, Outdoor hockey, Puck Sodas, Radio, Rod Langway, Washington the hockey town | 3 Comments

Another Famous Call from Boston

While we don’t quite wish for overtime drama involving our team in the Stanley Cup playoffs, we welcome the merry messaging it can deliver, as with Saturday evening’s game-ending call from John Walton.

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How About a Little Audio Poetry?

Walton Bids Good Night in Western Pennsylvania

Posted in 2 Points, John Walton, Media, Pittsburgh Penguins, Radio, The Great Old Patrick Division | 3 Comments

OFB TV Roundtable: Grading the Caps’ Offseason, Predicting Ovi’s Return to Form

Beginning the brand new hockey season gathered at their favorite sports bar, OFB’s John Keeley, Sky Kerstein of 106.7 the Fan, Ed Frankovic of Baltimore WNST, and “Transition Game” author and Washington Times blogger Ted Starkey talk about the Capitals’ … Continue reading

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By and Large, by Design, a Training Camp of Tranquility

The best part of the Capitals’ preseason has arrived — its conclusion. They survived a slate of seven exhibition games largely unscathed; no front-line performers ought to be missing from Saturday’s opening night here against Carolina. For a team not … Continue reading

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