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Raptors still a confident team heading back to Oracle Arena for Game 6
June 11 2019
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June 26: Roberto Luongo hangs up the pads after 19 year NHL career
June 26 2019
Hall of Fame committee member Cassie Campbell-Pascall joins Jeff Blair and Richard Deitsch to discuss her former teammate Hayley Wickenheiser being elected into the HHOF and the selection process (9:00); Jamie Campbell and Joe Siddall arrive in-studio following today's Blue Jays-Yankees game to break down Toronto's loss, and Trent Thornton's performance on the mound (31:11). In the final hour, Stephen Bronfman joins Jeff and Richard after addressing the media today in Montreal - how optimistic is he that baseball can return to the city? (52:01), and Postmedia’s Michael Traikos chimes-in with his thoughts on the Mitch Marner's rumoured contract demands, Roberto Luongo's career, and why he wouldn't have given away a first-round pick to get rid of Patrick Marleau's contract (1:16:59).
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Bronfman: Raptors paved the way by showing what we can do in Canada
June 26 2019
Montreal Businessman Stephen Bronfman joins Jeff Blair and Richard Deitsch on Prime Time Sports to discuss the potential of baseball returning to Montreal.
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Hayley Wickenheiser's HHOF selection a special moment for the female game
June 26 2019
Hall of Fame committee member Cassie Campbell-Pascall joins Jeff Blair and Richard Deitsch to discuss her former teammate Hayley Wickenheiser being elected into the HHOF, the process of making a selection, and what the future holds for female hockey in Canada.
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June 25: Don't expect Masai Ujiri to leave Toronto
June 25 2019
To kick off today's show, Jeff Blair and Richard Deitsch discuss Masai Ujiri's season-ending availability (0:30), Jonathan Osorio talks about taking time away from Toronto FC to participate with Team Canada in the Gold Cup (8:54), and Toronto Blue Jays' starter Trent Thornton looks back on his start against the Red Sox at Fenway Park before getting ready to pitch at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday (30:06). In the second hour, Maple Leafs draft pick Nick Robertson discusses being drafted by the club and going trick or treating at Mike Babcock's house (46:17); and the Toronto Star's Doug Smith recaps Masai Ujiri's availability today and looks ahead to the Raptors' immediate future ahead of free agency (1:09:31). Kyle Lowry is on the cover of July's Sports Illustrated, and the man who penned the story Chris Mannix breaks down his conversation with the Raptors' point guard and explains that Kawhi Leonard's decision could determine next year's who hoists the Larry O'Brien trophy next year (1:30:00). To end off the show, investigative journalist Noah Pransky explains the latest on the Tampa Bay stadium saga after Rays owner Stu Sternberg addressed the media today (2:00:24).
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