On this edition: The guys wrap up the Champions League group stage, highlight some of the favourites going forward, Juventus’ issues, Arsenal’s mistake, and more!
Gord Stellick and Ric Nattress recap the Maple Leafs 3-1 loss to the L.A Kings at the Air Canada Centre. We take you to the Maple Leafs room to hear from head coach Randy Carlyle and a collection of players. The guys are also joined by Sportsnet NHL Insid
Wednesday, 6 pm: Glenn Healy joins the show to preview tonight’s Leafs game against the Kings and Ed Willes discusses his new book about the CFL’s expansion into the United States of America.
Wednesday, 5 pm: Fay Vincent & Jarrett Bell
Wednesday, 4 pm: Ed Olczyk and Bob Elliott
Tim & Sid talk about the decision by Mike Shanahan to Bench RGIII for the remaineder of the regular season, Jeff Marek also drops by in studio.
After Chicago won the 2010 Stanley Cup, the “hangover” killed their front office and 2010-11 season. As reigning Cup champs this year, they look good to win it again. Lesson learned.
Much will be written about Roy Halladay’s career, legacy and impact. That includes a decade of dominance and a career cut short by injury, which certainly make an excellent case for Cooperstown.
After Sunday’s loss to the Raptors, no one was harder on Kobe Bryant than Kobe Bryant. That’s exactly why the Black Mamba will turn in another terrific season.
John-Michael Liles is back in the mix on the Leafs blueline, and that might mean Morgan Rielly is bound for Sweden.
After coming up a goal short on Friday, the short-staff Calgary Flames face a similar style team Saturday.
With 2013 having already played host to two fights that could be called the best ever, Mark Hunt and Antonio Silva’s epic bout at UFC Fight Night 33 has only added to one of the best years in UFC history.