The CFL season has come to an end as the Edmonton Eskimos defeated the Ottawa Redblacks in Grey Cup 103 on Sunday in Winnipeg. Our CFL insider Arash Madani of Sportsnet joined Boomer on Monday morning to chat about the Grey Cup game, the week in Winnipeg, and the story of Chris Jones with his fourth Grey Cup ring.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have decided to start Garrett Sparks over Jonathan Bernier on Monday night against the Oilers. Is it the beginning of the end for the marriage between the Maple Leafs and Bernier? Our NHL insider Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet tackles that and more from the weekend around the NHL with Boomer and Rhett on Monday morning.
The New England Patriots lost their first game of the season on Sunday night to the Denver Broncos in overtime, but the bigger loss could have been their tight end Rob Gronkowski who left the game late with a knee injury. Our NFL insider Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports tells the morning show on Monday that it doesn’t appear Gronk will be lost long-term, and the Pats are hopeful they will get not only him but other key pieces back in time to make another run at the Super Bowl.
Stephen Brunt says the career of the 40-year old CFL Most Outstanding Player has been interesting to watch, and that Smilin’ Hank has proven his doubters wrong time and time again.