Wednesday, March 4, 2009

FDH Lounge Show #48: March 4, 2009

By Rick Morris

While THE FDH LOUNGE (Wednesdays, 7-10 PM EDT on is the program where nothing is off-topic, as it happens, tonight’s program is completely loaded with sports topics.

After The Opening Statements of The FDH Lounge Dignitaries, we are joined by our good pal, STN Host Ken Becks (Gridiron Evaluations, Mondays from 7-8 PM EST) of the wonderful Gridiron Evaluations site. With the start of NFL free agency, the fallout from the combine and Ken’s big news about his site’s forthcoming relaunch, we’ll have much to discuss with “The Scout.”

Then, after a brief examination of “This Week in The FDH Lounge,” we are joined by another good friend of ours, STN host Sean Trench (The Vegas Wise Guys, 2-4 PM Monday-Friday and Friday Night Hoops, Fridays from 6-7 PM EDT). With March Madness on the horizon and the final NBA transactions of note before the playoff chase finalizes, we’ll have a lot of basketball to go over with our expert.

In Hour Two, Russ Cohen of Sportsology joins us to help examine the release of our big joint project, FANTASY BASEBALL DRAFTOLOGY 2009. We’ve got all of the fantasy – and non-fantasy – content you need for the ’09 season and Russ will help us break it down. Click the link to see for yourself what we’ve got!

Later in Hour Two, we get an early start on THE FANTASYDRAFTHELP.COM INSIDER with a special World Baseball Classic draft to celebrate the huge “best vs. the best” tournament.

Then, at our usual time of 9:30 PM EDT, THE GOON SQUAD comes your way for a look at everything NHL. From the big Anaheim/Pittsburgh deal to anything else deadline-related, we’re on top of it. Also, Sean Avery returns to Gotham, the Red Wings grapple with an identity crisis in net, Martin Brodeur makes it back to the ice … we’ve got so many big hockey stories to talk about tonight.

If you can’t watch us live, you can listen to us on-demand on the FDH archives. Regardless, we urge you to tune in for the program with the widest variety of any on the air today, THE FDH LOUNGE.

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