The Mully and Hanley Show
Chicago legends Mike Mulligan and Brian Hanley teamed up in 2005 as hosts of The Score’s “Mully & Hanley” mid-day show. Following their success, the Mully & Hanley Show (@mullyhanley) was soon moved to start off mornings on 670 The Score.
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The Mully and Hanley Show
June 19, 2013Robbie Gould joined Hanley and guest-host Barry Rozner to talk about the Pro-Am golf tournament he'll be playing in. He also talked about the job that Marc Trestman has done in his short time on the job for the Bears.
June 19, 2013In the final hour of the show today Hanley and Barry Rozner of the Daily Herald, in for the vacationing Mully continued to preview Game 4 tonight in Boston. If the Hawks play like they did in Game 3, this series may not go long like everybody thought at the beginning of the series. They also talked to Bears kicker Robbie Gould, who's playing a Pro-Am go
June 19, 2013Mark Lazerus joined Hanley and guest-host Barry Rozner to talk about Tony Amonte's comments questioning Marian Hossa's toughness. Can the Hawks recover from the beatdown they took in Game 3? What do they have to do to get back in this series?
June 19, 2013Len Kasper joined Hanley and guest-host Barry Rozner. He talked about Jeff Samardzija and his improvement from years past. He discussed the struggles of the young guys Castro and Rizzo, and some of the decision-making of Dale Sveum.
June 19, 2013Barry Rozner of the Daily Herald is in for the vacationing Mully. He and Hanley talked about Tony Amonte's comments criticizing Marian Hossa. Also Barry thinks Hossa may not be a Blackhawk for too much longer. They talked to Cubs TV play-by-play man Len Kasper. Mark Lazerus called in to preview Game 4 tonight in Boston.
June 19, 2013Phil Rogers joined Hanley and guest-host Barry Rozner to talk about the White Sox. What moves will they make before the trade deadline? Why are they underachieving? Is Rick Hahn to blame for this bad season so far?
June 19, 2013In the second hour of the show today Hanley and guest-host Barry Rozner talked about what the Blackhawks need to do tonight to even the Stanley Cup Final with the Bruins. They also talked to Phil Rogers, baseball writer of the Chicago Tribune. When will Rick Hahn decide to make moves for the White Sox?
June 19, 2013Game 6 of the Heat and Spurs was an instant classic as the Heat stayed alive with an overtime victory. Hanley and Barry Rozner, in for the vacationing Mully, recapped the Spurs blowing the lead at the end of the 4th quarter, questionable calls by the refs, and listen to postgame sound from Gregg Popovich and LeBron.
June 18, 2013On the fourth and final hour, Brian and Barry conclude their postgame coverage of Game 3 and also begin to speculate and pose how the Hawks could even up the series on Wednesday. To add to this conversation, the guys turned to Comcast SportsNet’s Blackhawks beat reporter Chris Boden, who is Boston for the Series.
June 18, 2013For the third hour of the Mully and Hanley Show, Hanley and Rozner present more reaction and analysis to the Hawks’ second loss in the Stanley Cup Final. The guys look for answers and explanations for the troubling loss. They also take in the fan and expert opinion, chatting with callers as well as NHL Network contributor John Forslund.
June 18, 2013Barry and Brian continue to dissect last night’s debacle that was the Hawks’ Game 3. The guys specifically look into the Hawks’ woeful power play and the Bruins’ aggressive and physical style. Also, the guys check in with SCORE reporter David Schuster from Boston to hear his thoughts and observations about last night.
June 18, 2013No Marian Hossa. No effectiveness on the power play. No edge face-offs. And no win for the Hawks last night in Boston for Game 3. Hanley and, filling in for the still vacationing Mully, Barry Rozner, sports columnist for the Daily Herald, start the postmortem of last night’s thorough beat down in Beantown during the first hour.
June 17, 2013In the final hour of the show with guest-host Barry Rozner in for the vacationing Mully, the guys talked to a couple more hockey experts. First it was Dan Rosen of NHL.com, then they called up Bruins play-by-play man Dave Goucher to get a Bruins perspective of the series. They also talked about Game 5 of the Heat and Spurs, where the Spurs took a 3-2 series
June 17, 2013With Mully on vacation, Barry Rozner of the Daily Herald filled in. In the third hour, Hanley and Rozner talked to Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune about Game 3 tonight. The guys took calls on the game and discussed the pathetic and frustrating power play of the Blackhawks
June 17, 2013In the second hour of the show today Hanley and guest-host Barry Rozner of the Daily Herald continue to talk Hawks and Bruins. They also interview Jon Heyman of CBSsports.com to talk about the sad state of Chicago baseball and what moves both teams might make come the trade deadline
June 17, 2013Barry Rozner is in again for the vacationing Mully. In the first hour Brian and Barry look back at the Blackhawks Game 2 loss to the Bruins, and preview Game 3 tonight in Boston. Also, Chicago baseball is bad. Marmol blew another lead for the Cubs, and the Sox got swept by the Astros.
June 14, 2013In the final hour of the show today Hanley and guest-host Barry Rozner talked to Steve Aschburner from NBA.com about Tom Thibodeau's comments regarding Derrick Rose. Then they get into the Heat and Spurs series where Miami tied things up at 2. It's Friday so you know what that means....another Mark Grote Dance Party
June 14, 2013Barry Rozner of the Daily Herald is in for the vacationing Mully. In the third hour the guys spray to all fields. They talk about Starlin Castro's and Anthony Rizzo's struggles. They talk to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune about the Bears offense and the signing of defensive tackle Sederick Ellis. Mark Rolfing who reports on golf for the NBC Spor
June 14, 2013In the second hour of the show today the Rozner and Hanley get the local and national baseball perspectives. They talked to Gordon Wittenmyer, who covers the Cubs for the Chicago Sun-Times. They also spoke with Peter Gammons.
June 13, 2013On the fourth and final hour, Hanley and Rozner conclude their breakdown of Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. Also during the hour, the guys are paid visits by Eddie Olczyk last night’s game analyst for NBC and studio analyst Steve Konroyd of Blackhawks Television to further reminisce and discuss last night’s game.
June 13, 2013For the third hour of the Mully and Hanley Show, Brian and Barry bring more analysis to last night’s Hawks triple overtime winner. To balance their coverage, the guys play postgame interviews of Coach Quenneville and several Hawk players.
June 13, 2013Hanley and Rozner continue to converse about all things Hawks and Bruins during the second hour. Specifically, the guys touch on the Bruins valuable forward Nathan Horton’s in game injury, the grueling three overtime periods, and even Andrew Shaw’s postgame interview slip up.
June 13, 2013When the clock struck midnight and the Hawks finally vanquished the Bruins in Game One’s triple overtime thriller. On the first hour of the show, Hanley, and filling in for the vacationing Mully, Daily Herald sports columnist Barry Rozner, begin to dissect the 112 compelling minutes of the Hawks’ Game 1 victory.
June 12, 2013In the final hour, Hanley and guest-host Barry Rozner get you pumped for Game 1 tonight of the Stanley Cup Finals. Is benching Victor Stalberg a good idea? They also discuss the odds for who will win the Conn Smythe Trophy. To finish up the show, they called up Michael Felger from the Sports Hub in Boston to get a Bruins perspective of the series.
June 12, 2013In the third hour of the show today Hanley and guest-host Barry Rozner, continued their Stanley Cup preview and took some calls on Hawks-Bruins. They chatted with Rich Lerner of the Golf Channel to preview the US Open which is scheduled to start tomorrow.
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