Welcome to another edition of Deep Dish Sports with the Iceman Brandon Cohn.

Today's show includes a discussion with El Paso Sports Hall of Famer Steve Kaplowitz about New England Patriots' tight end Aaron Hernandez, and how his career and freedom are in serious jeopardy.

We also review the Stanley Cup Finals, what the future holds for the Blackhawks, and where this teams ranks among the greatest teams in NHL history.

Finally we talk about The Clippers hiring former Celtics coach Doc Rivers, and how Yankees GM Brian Cashman became furious at A-ROD for a tweet he sent out about being cleared to play in rehab games.

My special thanks to Sportstalk host Steve Kaplowitz for joining me on today's show.  If you would like to contact Steve you can email him at, Sportstalk@krod.com.  Don't forget to listen to Kappy on 600 ESPN El Paso M-F from 4-7pm.

If you would like to contact the Iceman you can email me at, bcohn@krod.com, follow me on Twitter @buddies1023, or friend me on Facebook at Brandon Cohn.  Don’t forget to listen to the Iceman on Crunchtime every Saturday from 10-1pm on 600 ESPN El Paso.

Here is Deep Dish Sports with The Iceman and Steve Kaplowitz,

"I think the thing that really impressed me the most about the Chicago Blackhawks is their consistency, they were very much just a proven playoff team, and did the things they needed to do.  I like this group because  I've got a feeling that this is not the last time we will see the Blackhawks hoisting the cup this decade."

"You're innocent until proven guilty, however, all the charges that are against him right now it seems like it is going to be difficult for him to beat it.  If you're a Patriots fan its strange to think that a year ago you had the two best tight ends in football."


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