“That’s what we’re aiming for. Hopefully we get there. We have everything in the world to get us there. But we just gotta control our own destiny, like I said before, and go out there and just try to take it.”
To get to the Stanley Cup Final, the Blueshirts will have to get past the likes of the mighty Bruins and Penguins in the Eastern Conference. Are the Rangers good enough to get there? Mark Messier thinks they are.
Hill insists his career could have been much, much different had he landed with the Knicks in 2000: “If I had gone there, I wouldn’t have had the ankle problems.”
As the story goes, the skin mag apparently coveted Craigie for their cover, but he declined their advancements.
New York Magazine released its list of New York’s most influential tweeters on Friday, and both WFAN and local athletes were well-represented.
Craig Carton doesn’t want to wait to see the kid with the “hook from hell” — and he’s absolutely sick of hearing the argument about Syndergaard’s arbitration eligibility.
“It’s time for somebody to bring semblance back to the New York Knicks,” Carton said. “Day 1 — you cut Ray Felton today. No wiggle room, no discussion, no talking about it. ”
Hut hut — roast! The Friars Club honored WFAN host and former NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason at their annual roast and luncheon on Thursday, and we have the highlights.
The first 14 minutes of the interview focused on the state of the Knicks, but the interview took a turn after that. Carton brought up Thursday night’s Nets-Hawks game in London, and what followed was a heated exchange.
We get to hear some fantastic little-known stories from time to time on the “Boomer & Carton” show. Well, on Friday, we were given our latest radio treat courtesy Boomer Esiason.
Read about the who, what and where in the following press release from the Friars Club…
Back on the tube! Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton ushered in a new era Monday for WFAN’s morning show when their television simulcast premiered on CBS Sports Network.
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The Giants have nothing left to play for but pride, and that’s not going very well. So is it time for a benching? Specifically, struggling QB Eli Manning? WFAN’s Craig Carton thinks so.
“Money, first of all. Money won’t bring you happiness. You have to recognize that. You have to be happy where you play, where you enjoy the fans … it becomes your home.”