|Mar. 22 6:18 AM PT7:18 AM MT8:18 AM CT9:18 AM ET13:18 GMT21:18 6:18 AM MST8:18 AM EST17:18 UAE9:18 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson made 33 saves as the Senators improved to 3-0 against Boston this season with a 3-2 win Tuesday night.
Analysis: Anderson played his 499th career game and he's now 10-3-1 with a .934 save percentage in 14 starts since returning from injury Feb. 11.
|Mar. 18 6:11 PM PT7:11 PM MT8:11 PM CT9:11 PM ET1:11 GMT9:11 6:11 PM MST8:11 PM EST5:11 UAE (+1)21:11 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson stopped 29 of 32 shots in a shootout loss to Montreal on Saturday after missing the two previous games with a lower-body injury.
Analysis: In 12 games since returning from a lengthy absence, Anderson is 9-2-1 with a .938 save percentage.
|Mar. 14 12:25 PM PT1:25 PM MT2:25 PM CT3:25 PM ET19:25 GMT3:25 12:25 PM MST2:25 PM EST23:25 UAE15:25 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson will return from a lower-body injury Saturday against the Canadiens, but will likely back up Mike Condon.
Analysis: Anderson is 7-1-0 with a .942 save percentage over his last eight starts.
|Mar. 12 1:33 PM PT2:33 PM MT3:33 PM CT4:33 PM ET20:33 GMT4:33 1:33 PM MST3:33 PM EST0:33 UAE (+1)16:33 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson made 14 saves to set the franchise wins mark and the Senators defeated the Avalanche 4-2 on Saturday night for their sixth consecutive victory.
Analysis: Anderson, who has a 1.67 GAA in winning his last six starts, earned win No. 147 with Ottawa to break a tie with Patrick Lalime for the top spot. The Sens next play Tuesday against Tampa Bay, and Anderson has allowed at least three goals in five of his last six starts against the Lightning. He gave up four in a loss back in October.
|Mar. 9 7:46 AM PT8:46 AM MT9:46 AM CT10:46 AM ET15:46 GMT23:46 8:46 AM MST10:46 AM EST19:46 UAE10:46 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson made 35 saves in Wednesday's 5-2 win over the Stars.
Analysis: Anderson tied Patrick Lalime for the Ottawa franchise record with 146 victories. He's won five straight starts, allowing eight goals while posting a .947 save percentage.
|Mar. 7 8:35 AM PT9:35 AM MT10:35 AM CT11:35 AM ET16:35 GMT0:35 9:35 AM MST11:35 AM EST20:35 UAE11:35 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson stopped 25 of 27 shots in a victory for the second straight start Monday.
Analysis: Anderson has won four in a row behind a 1.50 GAA. He's gone 7-2 with a sterling .944 save percentage since missing two months to be with his wife as she battles cancer.
|Mar. 3 8:28 AM PT9:28 AM MT10:28 AM CT11:28 AM ET16:28 GMT0:28 9:28 AM MST11:28 AM EST20:28 UAE11:28 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson turned aside 23 shots in Thursday's 2-1 win over Colorado.
Analysis: Anderson yielded only one goal for the third time in four starts. He's 5-2 since returning from a two-month absence to be with his wife, who is battling cancer.
|Feb. 27 8:28 AM PT9:28 AM MT10:28 AM CT11:28 AM ET16:28 GMT0:28 9:28 AM MST11:28 AM EST20:28 UAE11:28 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson stopped 37 shots in Sunday's 2-1 win over the Panthers.
Analysis: Anderson, who played for the Panthers from 2006 to 2009, is 14-7-2 in his career against Florida and still has a home in the area. He is 3-1-0 with a 2.00 GAA in his last four starts overall.
|Feb. 25 7:27 AM PT8:27 AM MT9:27 AM CT10:27 AM ET15:27 GMT23:27 8:27 AM MST10:27 AM EST19:27 UAE10:27 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson finished with 41 saves on Friday for Ottawa, which snapped a three-game road winning streak. The Senators squandered a chance to move into first place in the Atlantic Division.
Analysis: Anderson has played well of late, going 3-2-0 with a 2.01 goals-against average in his last five starts.
|Feb. 21 5:50 PM PT6:50 PM MT7:50 PM CT8:50 PM ET1:50 GMT9:50 6:50 PM MST8:50 PM EST5:50 UAE (+1)20:50 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson finished with 29 saves in a 2-1 win at New Jersey on Tuesday.
Analysis: Anderson is 3-1-0 with a 1.76 GAA since returning to the Senators after a two-month absence to be with his wife, who is battling cancer.
|Feb. 18 8:03 PM PT9:03 PM MT10:03 PM CT11:03 PM ET4:03 GMT12:03 9:03 PM MST11:03 PM EST8:03 UAE23:03 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson helped the surging Senators to Saturday's 6-3 win at Toronto by coming up with 34 saves.
Analysis: Anderson has now started three of Ottawa's last four games since returning from an extended leave of absence, winning two and yielding a total of six goals. The 35-year-old may not yet be in top form, but his fantasy arrow is pointing up.
|Feb. 11 12:46 PM PT1:46 PM MT2:46 PM CT3:46 PM ET20:46 GMT4:46 1:46 PM MST3:46 PM EST0:46 UAE (+1)15:46 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson made his first start in 69 days and turned aside 33 shots as the Ottawa Senators beat the New York Islanders 3-0 on Saturday.
Analysis: Anderson left the club in early December to be with his wife, Nicholle, who is battling cancer, and returned to practice last week. The shutout was the fourth of the season for Anderson in 20 games and eighth of the season for the Senators.
|Nov. 30 11:44 AM PT12:44 PM MT1:44 PM CT2:44 PM ET19:44 GMT3:44 12:44 PM MST2:44 PM EST23:44 UAE14:44 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson is making his return to the ice on Saturday, starting in net against the Islanders.
Analysis: Anderson just returned to the Senators last week after missing nearly two months to be with his wife as she battles cancer. The veteran's return could provide a boost for an Ottawa team that's in the thick of the Eastern Conference playoff race. Goalie Andrew Hammond was put on waivers to open a roster spot.
|Nov. 28 8:04 AM PT9:04 AM MT10:04 AM CT11:04 AM ET16:04 GMT0:04 9:04 AM MST11:04 AM EST20:04 UAE11:04 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson stopped 33 shots - including a pivotal first-period save with the game still scoreless - as the Senators defeated the Rangers 2-0 for their fourth straight victory.
Analysis: Anderson, who entered the game with a 1.88 goals-against average in his career against the Rangers and improved to 7-1-1 at MSG, has been in goal for each game of the Sens' four-game win streak, posting a 1.25 GAA. Ottawa faces Buffalo on Tuesday, and Anderson stopped 30 of 32 shots in a loss to the Sabres on Nov. 5.
|Nov. 26 6:31 PM PT7:31 PM MT8:31 PM CT9:31 PM ET2:31 GMT10:31 7:31 PM MST9:31 PM EST6:31 UAE (+1)21:31 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson turned in another strong effort to help the Senators to another win, with his 32 saves playing a big part in Saturday's 2-1 victory over Carolina.
Analysis: Anderson improved to 11-4-1 this season and owns a sensational 1.65 goals-against average and a .947 save percentage over his last 12 starts. More impressively, he's putting up those excellent numbers while periodically leaving the team to spend time with his cancer-stricken wife.
|Nov. 17 2:42 PM PT3:42 PM MT4:42 PM CT5:42 PM ET22:42 GMT6:42 3:42 PM MST5:42 PM EST2:42 UAE (+1)17:42 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson is scheduled to start between the pipes Saturday.
Analysis: Anderson didn't dress Thursday due to personal reasons. This isn't the first time this season Anderson has been away from the team, likely due to his wife's battle with cancer.
|Nov. 16 6:30 AM PT7:30 AM MT8:30 AM CT9:30 AM ET14:30 GMT22:30 7:30 AM MST9:30 AM EST18:30 UAE9:30 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson was sharp once again, coming up with 33 saves in regulation and overtime before turning aside all five Philadelphia skaters in the shootout to help Ottawa to a 3-2 win on Tuesday.
Analysis: Anderson has now allowed two goals or fewer in seven of his last eight starts, going 5-2-1 with a sensational 1.35 GAA and a .958 save percentage during that stretch. He's one of the best goaltenders going at the moment.
|Nov. 14 5:33 AM PT6:33 AM MT7:33 AM CT8:33 AM ET13:33 GMT21:33 6:33 AM MST8:33 AM EST17:33 UAE8:33 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson made 40 saves in Sunday's 2-1 overtime loss to Minnesota.
Analysis: Anderson has faced at least 30 shots in all but two of the 11 games he's started this season.
|Nov. 12 11:26 AM PT12:26 PM MT1:26 PM CT2:26 PM ET19:26 GMT3:26 12:26 PM MST2:26 PM EST23:26 UAE14:26 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson made 32 saves in Friday's 2-1 win over the Kings.
Analysis: Anderson has a 1.17 goals-against average and .962 save percentage over his last six starts.
|Nov. 9 8:38 AM PT9:38 AM MT10:38 AM CT11:38 AM ET16:38 GMT0:38 9:38 AM MST11:38 AM EST20:38 UAE11:38 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson stopped 27 of 30 shots in Tuesday's 3-1 loss to the Predators.
Analysis: It was the first time in five starts that Anderson allowed more than two goals.
|Nov. 5 6:39 PM PT7:39 PM MT8:39 PM CT9:39 PM ET1:39 GMT9:39 6:39 PM MST8:39 PM EST5:39 UAE (+1)21:39 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson made 30 saves Saturday in a 2-1 loss to the Sabres on Hockey Fights Cancer night in Ottawa. Anderson's wife, Nicholle, was recently diagnosed with the disease.
Analysis: He had a three-start winning streak snapped in which he stopped 91 of 92 shots.
|Nov. 3 12:32 PM PT1:32 PM MT2:32 PM CT3:32 PM ET19:32 GMT3:32 12:32 PM MST2:32 PM EST23:32 UAE15:32 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson returned to the Senators on Saturday after he left the team to be with his wife, who is battling cancer.
Analysis: Anderson is 6-1-0 with a 2.24 goals-against average this season.
|Nov. 2 12:41 PM PT1:41 PM MT2:41 PM CT3:41 PM ET19:41 GMT3:41 12:41 PM MST2:41 PM EST23:41 UAE15:41 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson put forth another inspirational performance by turning away 32 shots in Ottawa's 2-1 overtime win over Carolina on Tuesday.
Analysis: Anderson has been sensational on the ice as he deals with his wife's recent cancer diagnosis off it. He's yielded just one goal in winning his last three starts and racked up 91 saves over that stretch. The veteran has now won six of his seven starts on the young season.
|Oct. 27 10:44 AM PT11:44 AM MT12:44 PM CT1:44 PM ET17:44 GMT1:44 10:44 AM MST12:44 PM EST21:44 UAE13:44 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson made his first start since learning of his wife's cancer diagnosis and had 37 saves for his second shutout in two starts, helping Ottawa beat the Edmonton Oilers 2-0 on Sunday night.
Analysis: Anderson left the team Thursday to be with his wife, Nicholle, but returned to start this game. It was Anderson's 35th career shutout, and he hasn't allowed a goal in 121:54.
|Oct. 26 8:02 AM PT9:02 AM MT10:02 AM CT11:02 AM ET15:02 GMT23:02 8:02 AM MST10:02 AM EST19:02 UAE11:02 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson made 22 saves Tuesday as he shut out the Canucks.
Analysis: Anderson faced just three shots in the third period but stopped Vancouver's Sven Baertschi on a breakaway to preserve his 34th career shutout. It was an encouraging performance after the veteran had allowed at least three goals in each of his first four starts while posting an .886 save percentage.
|Oct. 22 6:42 PM PT7:42 PM MT8:42 PM CT9:42 PM ET1:42 GMT9:42 6:42 PM MST8:42 PM EST5:42 UAE (+1)21:42 ETNaN:� BRT - Anderson had 31 saves in Saturday's 4-1 loss to Tampa Bay.
Analysis: Anderson is off to a shaky start to the season, posting a 3.66 GAA through four games.
|Oct. 13 8:58 AM PT9:58 AM MT10:58 AM CT11:58 AM ET15:58 GMT23:58 8:58 AM MST10:58 AM EST19:58 UAE11:58 ET12:58 BRT - Anderson made 34 saves in Wednesday's opening 5-4 overtime win over the Leafs.
Analysis: If he can stay healthy, Anderson can be a solid fantasy option.
Pete talks with The Senator, Phil Perry about the Patriots trading for Dwayne Allen, ruling out a return to New England for Martellus Bennett. They also talk about the potential future of Patriots backup QB Jimmy Garoppolo and some of the big names in NFL free agency
Pete, Thornton and Price give their final thoughts and predictions for the Super Bowl.
Gabe calls the boys to handicap one of the biggest gambling days of the year - Super Bowl 51! Gabe has all the point spread info down and gets to all of the major prop bets that interest him.
Kirk, Gerry, and Alex Reimer discuss whether or not Isaiah Thomas will win a title in Boston.
Gerry, Kirk, and Trenni react to the Celtics loss against the Suns.
The NBA trade rumor mill is beginning to swirl as the deadline approaches and Picard is ready to go! He talks about the possibility of Jimmy Butler coming to Boston, why Isaiah Thomas is not getting enough respect and the future of the Celtics.
Rob Bradford is joined by Tom Caron, the man responsible for guiding the ship when it comes to Red Sox pregame and postgame shows, along with various other important duties with the New England Sports Network, including offering the play-by-play for both TV and radio throughout spring training. Tom and Rob discuss a variety of topics, such as nickname conundrums, radio vs. television, criticizing the team, behind-the-scenes for the broadcasts and where the industry is going.
Rob Bradford is joined by two-time All-Star outfielder Carlos Quentin, who is attempting a comeback with the Red Sox this spring. Quentin's path back to baseball involves almost quitting the game less than a year ago, losing 40 pounds and trying to sell himself to general managers all over Major League Baseball. Quentin explains his journey, which has led him to the back fields at JetBlue Park.
Rob Bradford catches up with Clay Buchholz to discuss the former Red Sox pitcher's new lot in life with the Phillies, while reflecting on his up and down tenure in Boston. Philadelphia general manager Matt Klentak also joins the podcast to discuss his team's pursuit of Buchholz.
Hour 4. Gerry says the solution starts with the current travel ban. Tomase says even he wouldn’t sign Kaepernick to be a backup QB. Reimer is beating Trenni in the NCAA-hole match-up.
Hour 3. Trenni, Tomase, and Gerry continue their conversation on immigration and Islam. Gerry thinks Mut is copying their idea with his bracket. Mike and Mike tickled Goodell during their interview.
Hour 2. Trenni and Tomase think we need to stop the anti-Muslim rhetoric. Gerry says we need to keep people from dangerous countries out. Headlines with Trenni features Rachel Maddow on The View. Gerry thinks President Trump has softened on immigration compared to candidate Trump.
HOUR 4 - Fortune Magazine named Theo Epstein the world's greatest leader. Fauria struggles to read a blurb about Shakira. ("Philanthropic" was especially tough.) Lou has a lot of fake Twitter followers. Tim Benz is interviewing porn stars.
HOUR 3 - We play some great audio of LaVar Ball going back-and-forth with Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman, and react. Glenn, Lou and Christian also get into the idea of whether or not GM's will be scared to draft Lonza Ball due to LaVar's presence.
HOUR 2 - Ian Kinsler rips Puerto Rican and Dominican baseball players for showboating in the WBC. The guys get to talking about pimpin' home runs and we re-visit some comments Goose Gossage made last summer on the topic. At the end of the hour, the guys get into the red-hot Celtics who are only a game out of 1st place.
Not a good look for our State University. Dale, Holley and Keefe discuss it.
Dale, Michael and Rich Keefe discuss the possibility of bringing in Revis.
Dale, Holley and Keefe have differing opinions on whether the Celts can overtake the Cavs. We discuss it.
Kirk Minihane, host and overlord of the morning show, brings Gerry Callahan and producers Chris and Ken into the studio to hear his show proposal. Kirk is thinking about making some changes to the morning show and wants to hear his crew's opinion.
SI's Richard Deitsch returns to the podcast to talk with Kirk about the K&C casting couch, how ESPN wimps out when they are called out for slander, what's going on with Bill Simmons, and the rise of podcasting.
Rich Keefe & Ryan Davey rank the Quentin Tarantino movies and discuss how they all connect in the Tarantino-verse. Plus "This Week in #DORK," "Davey's Video Game Minute," "Pick of the Podcast," and "Black Panther Reads iTunes Reviews."
Ken Laird & Chris Curtis recap a Wednesday K&C with John Tomase back in for the first time in several months to discuss Boston’s reputation of race among other items.
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