40 episodes

Jason Puckett (Puck) , the charismatic host of a daily sports radio show, injects his own unique flair into every broadcast, infusing it with his love for sports and his quirky perspective on life.
Through live show content and interviews with Seattle sports figures and beyond, Puck creates a dynamic blend of sports commentary and personal anecdotes.
Listeners are taken on an unpredictable journey as Puck seamlessly weaves his everyday experiences into the latest happenings in the sports world.
With his engaging style and unfiltered approach, Puck ensures that his show is always entertaining and full of surprises.
Tune in, because with Puck at the helm, you truly never know where the show will take you next.


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Jason Puckett (Puck) , the charismatic host of a daily sports radio show, injects his own unique flair into every broadcast, infusing it with his love for sports and his quirky perspective on life.
Through live show content and interviews with Seattle sports figures and beyond, Puck creates a dynamic blend of sports commentary and personal anecdotes.
Listeners are taken on an unpredictable journey as Puck seamlessly weaves his everyday experiences into the latest happenings in the sports world.
With his engaging style and unfiltered approach, Puck ensures that his show is always entertaining and full of surprises.
Tune in, because with Puck at the helm, you truly never know where the show will take you next.


Check out his website https://www.pucksports.com

X : https://twitter.com/home

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@PuckSports

    The Daily Puck Drop, April 17, w/ Ryan Divish

    The Daily Puck Drop, April 17, w/ Ryan Divish

    On today's Daily Puck Drop, Puck and Ryan Divish discuss various topics including allergies, the media dining room at baseball stadiums, and the Seattle Mariners' recent game. They also talk about their favorite barbecue spots and the best media dining experiences in different ballparks. In this conversation, Puck and Ryan Divish discuss the performance of the Seattle Mariners and their key players, including Julio Rodriguez and J.P. Crawford. They also touch on the potential return of Trevor Bauer to baseball and the recent betting scandal involving Jontay  Porter. The conversation concludes with a discussion about the Golden State Warriors and whether they should break up their team.
    Ryan's weekly appearance brought to you by Chalet Bowl. Visit ChaletBowl.com
    Takeaways
    Allergies can be a major inconvenience, especially during the pollen season.The media dining experience varies greatly among different baseball stadiums.Toronto, Minnesota, and Houston have some of the best media dining options.Julio Rodriguez's defensive skills were impressive in the Mariners' recent game.Jack's Barbecue is a popular spot for delicious brisket and breakfast tacos. Julio Rodriguez and J.P. Crawford have been key players for the Seattle Mariners, contributing to the team's recent success.There is uncertainty surrounding the potential return of Trevor Bauer to baseball due to ongoing investigations and his reputation as a difficult teammate.John T Porter, a former Nathan Hale legend, is involved in a betting scandal, allegedly placing prop bets on his own performance and underperforming in games.The Golden State Warriors may need to consider breaking up their team, as they have struggled in recent seasons and lack depth and young talent.
    Rundown
    00:00 Divish is lounging on his bed, suffering from allegies13:41 Impressive Defensive Skills of Julio Rodriguez30:17 The Potential Breakup of the Golden State Warriors

    • 35 min
    The John Canzano Show, April 16

    The John Canzano Show, April 16

    John Canzano joins Puck every Tuesday to discuss the very latest in college sports. In addition their conversation weaves to different topics in sports and life. John is a 14-time Associated Press Sports Editors award winner. Named the No. 1 sports columnist in 2008. After 20 years at The Oregonian, John left to start his own website, JohnCanzano.com. You can also listen to his radio show, "The Bald-Faced Truth" in Portland on 750-AM from 3pm-6pm. Follow John on social media @JohnCanzanoBFT. His weekly appearance brought to you by Zeeks Pizza. Visit ZeeksPizza.com.
    On today's show, John and Puck talk about watching their kids play sports and whether or not the "mercy rule" is a good idea for youth sports. The transfer portal is open and it's crazy times in college athletics and especially at Oregon State.  John weighs in on the situation at UW with Tybo Rogers and says that Kalen DeBoer needs to be held accountable.
    Takeaways
    Parenting can be challenging, especially when it comes to managing schedules and communication.Youth sports can be intense for both parents and athletes, with high expectations and pressure to perform.The trajectory of gymnastics often involves athletes pivoting to other sports or activities.The concept of the mercy rule in youth sports is debated, with some seeing it as disrespectful and others as a necessary measure.The transfer portal in college athletics has led to increased player movement and changes in team dynamics. Damian Martinez's decision to leave Oregon State University and play for a different team sparked controversy and criticism.The women's basketball team at Oregon State faced more pointed criticism compared to the football players, highlighting a double standard.Accountability and responsibility are crucial in college athletics, especially when handling players accused of serious offenses.The University of Washington's handling of a player accused of a serious offense raised questions about their decision-making and priorities.Brandon Hellervik, an everyday person, had a positive impact on those around him and serves as a reminder to appreciate and make the most of life.
    Rundown
    00:00 Puck and John talk about watching their kids play sports. 07:05 The Debate Over the "Mercy Rule" in youth sports...Is that a good thing?16:35 Controversial Decision: Damian Martinez's Departure from Oregon State35:13 Tribute to Brandon Hellervik: Appreciating Life and Making a Positive Impact...terrific piece written by John at JohnCanzano.com 

    • 43 min
    Daily Puck Drop, April 16 w/ Larry Stone

    Daily Puck Drop, April 16 w/ Larry Stone

    Larry Stone, former Seattle Times columnist joins Puck on today's Daily Puck Drop.  They chat about the state of the Mariners. Where are they know and why this organization has continued to let down the fan base and why they haven't ever fully committed to jumping in the deep end of the pool and compete for a championship.
    They also touch in on Larry's retirement and what he is up to now days and Larry chats about his favorite interviews and the interviews that got him in hot water.
    Bullet Points
    Larry Stone retired after 50 years of writing about sports and is enjoying his retirement.The Seattle Mariners' offseason moves have been disappointing to fans, who want to see the team invest in free agents and build a championship-caliber team.The ownership's focus on business interests and reluctance to spend on players has led to frustration among fans.Despite the team's struggles, there is optimism about the potential of young players like Julio Rodriguez.The Mariners' performance this season has been inconsistent, but there is hope for improvement. Larry Stone starts his day with a workout, either running or using an elliptical machineBoth Larry and Puck share a love for reading newspapers and enjoy the ritual of itThe decline of the Oakland A's and the challenges faced by the franchise are discussedLarry shares memorable interviews with Lester Hayes and Sandy KoufaxPuck expresses his appreciation for Larry's kindness and support throughout his career
    Rundown
    00:00 Larry Stone Reflects on Retirement and the State of the Seattle Mariners06:15 Disappointment with the Mariners' Offseason Moves13:26 The Ownership's Reluctance to Spend on Free Agents29:11 The Decline of the Oakland A's38:53 I kiss Larry's ass! 

    • 41 min
    The Jim Duquette Show, April 15

    The Jim Duquette Show, April 15

    Puck and Jim Duquette discuss various topics in baseball. They start by talking about the recent eclipse and its impact. Then, they delve into the increasing number of arm injuries in baseball and the factors contributing to them. They also discuss the recent scandal involving Shohei Otani's interpreter and the implications for Otani. The conversation then shifts to the performance of the Seattle Mariners and their struggles offensively. They touch on the issue of umpire Angel Hernandez and his poor performance. Finally, they highlight the debut of Jackson Holliday with the Baltimore Orioles and the significance of him wearing the number seven.
    The Jim Duquette Show brought to you by Flatstick Pub. Check out one of their six locations across the northwest at FlatstickPub.com
    Takeaways
    The recent eclipse was a fascinating event, although Jim Duquette and Puck were not in the path of totality.Arm injuries in baseball are on the rise, with high velocity and spin rates being key factors. Finding a solution to prevent these injuries is challenging.Shohei Otani was cleared of any involvement in the recent scandal with his interpreter, but the incident highlights the need for better oversight and protection for players.The Seattle Mariners are struggling offensively, and the lack of support for key players like Julio Rodriguez is a major concern.Umpire Angel Hernandez's poor performance raises questions about accountability and the need for improvements in umpiring.Jackson Holliday's debut with the Baltimore Orioles, wearing the number seven, is a significant moment in baseball history.
    Outline
    00:00 Jim survived the eclipse!  Ohtani cleared but did he make mistakes?09:45 The Rising Number of Arm Injuries in Baseball...What is going on with Julio 27:48 Jackson Holliday's Debut and Wearing the Number Seven

    • 31 min
    The Bill Krueger Show, April 15

    The Bill Krueger Show, April 15

    In this conversation, Puck and Bill Krueger discuss various topics related to baseball, including the performance of pitcher Luis Castillo, the impact of analytics on the game, the struggles of young player Julio Rodriguez, and the importance of communication and leadership in the sport. They also mention the Rise Above Foundation Golf Classic, an event aimed at raising money to mentor Native American youth.
    Bill's weekly appearance is brought to you by Rise Above Foundation. Bill's charity golf tournament is coming up on June 24th. If you'd like to participate here is the link
     https://nativeyouthriseabove.ejoinme.org/MyEvents/RiseAboveGolfTournament2024/JoinNowRegistrationOpen/tabid/1421947/Default.aspx
    Takeaways
    Luis Castillo showed improvement in his performance by committing to his breaking ball and changeupThe use of analytics in baseball has overwhelmed players and coaches, leading to a shift away from the feel and sense of the gameJulio Rodriguez's struggles at the plate may be attributed to swing decisions and a lack of a clear planGiving young players like Rodriguez a chance to develop and prove themselves before signing big contracts may be beneficialCommunication and leadership are important qualities for players, and the best players should take responsibility for talking to the mediaThe Rise Above Foundation Golf Classic aims to raise money to mentor Native American youth and address issues such as high suicide rates and low graduation rates
    Outline
    00:00 Weekend recap of the M's. Castillo looked better. Julio keeps struggling, why?05:09 The Impact of Analytics on Baseball13:17 The Rise Above Foundation Golf Classic

    • 20 min
    Daily Puck Drop, April 15

    Daily Puck Drop, April 15

    On today's Daily Puck Drop, Puck chats with Andres Gonzales from PGA Tour Live and Sirius XM, as they recap the Masters and what it means for Scottie Scheffler and his second green jacket.
    Puck also touches in on the Mariners and once again the struggling offense. Puck has seen enough of Seby Zavala and it will go down as the worst trade that Jerry Dipoto has pulled off.
    Time to pay attention to the NBA again, because we need OKC to be knocked off!  Lastly, Puck announces the three winners of the first Puck the Picker Masters Pool!
    Takeaways
    Scotty Scheffler's performance in the Masters was impressive, and he showed great composure and consistency throughout the tournament.The Seattle Mariners continue to struggle offensively, and their inability to score runs is a recurring issue.Puck expresses his dislike for the Oklahoma City Thunder and hopes they get eliminated early in the NBA playoffs.There are updates on college basketball player Miles Rice and the winners of the Masters Pool.Upcoming guests on the Daily Puck Drop podcast include Jim Duquette and Bill Krueger.
    Chapters
    00:00 Scotty Scheffler's Impressive Performance09:19 Puck's Dislike for the Oklahoma City Thunder13:41 Updates on College Basketball Player Miles Rice27:01 Upcoming Guests on the Daily Puck Drop Podcast

    • 33 min

Customer Reviews

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294 Ratings

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Top tier show of record

Perfect mix of sports and entertainment on a daily basis. Keep it up puck!

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Best Seattle sports show hands down!

Nobody id rather listen to when it comes to Seattle sports or any type of entertainment for that matter. Glad you’re back!

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Living legend

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