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Here is today’s show: Wednesday April 30th, 2014

Barry Melrose

ESPN NHL analyst Barry Melrose called in to talk about this exciting Game 7 tonight between the Rangers and the Flyers. Melrose said that despite how well Steve Mason is playing in net, you'd still rather have Henrik Lundqvist in net. That's why you pay him how much money you do, is to have a player like him in net. Melrose did say that the Flyers have all the momentum and over the years it's been the Flyers who have responded with their backs against the wall. Melrose is picking the Rangers to win tonight.

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Kenny Albert

Rangers Radio network who has been calling every game of this series on here for another preview of Game 7 LIVE from MSG tonight. Albert said about last night that the Flyers were just the better team. The Rangers had their chances in the 1st period last night, but after that the Flyers just took over especially in the 2nd period. As far as the back to back nights go, momentum could carry over and then again it couldn't with the way this series has been going. Goal tending and special teams are sure to be the top 2 keys for tonights game.

Nick Foles Speaks

We hear from Eagles QB Nick Foles for the first time this off season after the team parted ways with his # 1 wide receiver. Foles got both engaged and married this off season, so there's that.  Mike Gill also talk about the possibility of the Eagles drafting Johnny Manziel in the first round. He broke Chip Kelly's heart when he committed to Texas A & M.

Coatsey

Steve Coates called in to give us a preview from ice surface LIVE at MSG for Game 7 tonight. Coatsey said that the Flyers were lucky to get out of the first period with a lead last night as they had a lot of giveaways. Coatsey also said that Steve Mason has outplayed Henrik Lundqvist. Perhaps Mason coming in was the lift this team needed, he's won Game 4 and 6.

Kevin Weekes

NHL Network analyst and former Rangers goaltender Kevin Weekes called in to preview Game 7. Weekes has never played in a Game 7 before, but won the Stanley Cup in Carolina in 2002. Weekes said he would take Lundqvist tonight in goal, but Mason deserves a lot of credit. Weekes had glowing remarks for Mason, but cautions that he has to stay humble and keep his mental game in check. Follow Kevin Weekes on Twitter.

5 Questions

1. Nick Foles really not bothered?

2. Donald Sterling, whats taking so long?

3. How would you have reacted to Joey Crawford?

4. Jason Whitlock thoughts on The Herd?

5. Favorite off the wall snack?