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Jan. 10: NHL's CBA talks on the horizon
January 10 2019
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January 15: The Boo Birds are out in Toronto
January 15 2019
Greg Millen of the NHL on Sportsnet joins Bob McCown and John Shannon to start off the show - were Maple Leafs’ fans justified booing Jake Gardiner last night(11:25)? The show then moves west to Calgary as Flames GM Brad Treliving speaks about his team’s recent play that has them atop the Pacific division(31:07). Could players like Fred McGriff and Larry Walker soon be inducted into Cooperstown? Sportsnet’s Shi Davidi tells Bob and Richard Deitsch who he voted for on his ballot and what went into his decision-making(56:31). Following Shi, the show heads to Melbourne where Tennis Canada’s Tom Tebbutt is covering the Australian Open. He updates us on the Canadians in the tournament, and also discusses Andy Murray’s final appearance down under(1:17:14). Elliotte Friedman looks ahead to the NHL trade deadline to start the third hour(1:33:16), and former NFL executive Andrew Brandt shares the secrets behind interviewing potential head coaches; what are teams looking for and what questions are they asking?
What goes into a Hall of Fame vote?
January 15 2019
Shi Davidi joins Bob McCown and Richard Deitsch to discuss his Hall of Fame ballot.
Treliving: Flames young veterans are leading the charge
January 15 2019
Calgary Flames GM Brad Treliving joined Bob McCown and John Shannon to discuss the Flames 8-1-1 run in their last 10 games.
January 14: Don Cherry on the Leafs struggles with Boston
January 14 2019
The one and only Donald S. Cherry joined Bob McCown and John Shannon to discuss some of the top stories around the NHL; notably the Maple Leafs’ goaltending and John Tavares’ performance so far this season(10:12) . Then, the hour concludes with Toronto Raptors broadcaster Paul Jones who recapped Sunday’s double overtime win over Bradley Beal and the Washington Wizards(33:45). Richard Deitsch slides-in as co-host in the second hour, then he and Bob are joined by Hockey Night in Canada’s Jim Hughson who shared his thoughts on Saturday’s Maple Leafs-Bruins game – could things have been different with Frederik Andersen in-goal instead of Michael Hutchinson?(56:21) Then, Sports Business Journal’s John Ourand discusses ESPN’s new TV deal with the CFL, and if we will see more gambling segments in upcoming major sports broadcasts( 1:16:44). The third and final hour features Sportsnet / ESPN’s Dan Shulman who weighed-in on the Blue Jays parting ways with catcher Russell Martin, and also provided analysis on the best Canadian hoops players in the NCAA(1:33:33). The show’s last guest is former NFL executive Michael Lombardi who broke down this past weekend’s divisional round playoff games!

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