Category Archives: Ted Starkey

Unlocking a Standings Deadlock

This morning the Capitals and Flyers are basically in a standings deadlock: 46-22-11, tied at 103 points apiece. Three games remaining for both clubs in this regular season concluding week.  It’s a much different perch for the Flyers relative to … Continue reading

Posted in Eastern Conference, National Hockey League, New media, Philadelphia Flyers, playoff hockey, Ted Starkey, Washington Capitals | 10 Comments

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

Posted in 106.7 the Fan, Dave Nichols, Ed Frankovic, George McPhee, Hockey blogging, New media, NHL Trades, Radio, Sky Kerstein, Ted Starkey, Washington Capitals | Leave a comment

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

McPhee’s Moment

Is this the most important day in the NHL executive career of Capitals’ General Manager George McPhee? You could make a compelling case that it is. Publicly, McPhee is standing solidly behind his 33-20-10, second-place-in-the-Southeast squad. (The team’s 20 regulation … Continue reading

Posted in 106.7 the Fan, Eastern Conference, Ed Frankovic, George McPhee, Morning cup-a-joe, National Hockey League, New media, NHL trade deadline, Radio, Sergei Fedorov, Sky Kerstein, Ted Starkey, Washington Capitals | 8 Comments

Back Behind Enemy Lines

I will never not root for a nuclear holocaust to strike Philadelphia first among American cities (Pittsburgh a close second), and especially all of these arenas and stadiums new and old that populate south Philly on a single, blighted looking … Continue reading

Posted in 106.7 the Fan, Ed Frankovic, National Hockey League, New media, OFB, Philadelphia Flyers, Sky Kerstein, Ted Starkey, Washington Capitals | 9 Comments