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Sept. 19: Congratulations Matt Devlin and Michael Grange!
September 19 2019
Jeff Blair and Stephen Brunt welcome Matt Devlin on the show to congratulate him on being named this year's Sports Media Canada Achievement award recipient in Broadcasting (9:18), at the bottom of the hour NFL reporter Mike Sando of The Athletic looks ahead to Week 2 as action begins tonight with Thursday Night Football (24:44). NHL insider Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports joins the show to discuss the latest around the NHL – notably being shocked that RFA Brayden Point has not yet signed, and what the Winnipeg Jets will do with Dustin Byfuglien and Patrik Laine (45:27); after Renaud, Blair and Brunt call up Michael Grange to congratulate him on being this year's Sports Media Canada achievement award recipient in sportswriting (1:04:15). Later in the hour, Jeff and Stephen welcome Toronto Wolfpack Chairman and CEO Bob Hunter as his club gets ready to face off against Toulouse Olympique in its semifinal on Sunday with the opportunity to advance to the Grand Final (1:12:04). In the show's final hour, Blue Jays' play by play voice Ben Wagner checks-in from Camden Yards where Vladimir Guerrero Jr. escaped injury last night (1:30:37); and FiveThirtyEight's Travis Sawchik brings up an interesting question: should baseball do without its minor leagues (1:56:23)?
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Wolfpack CEO: It's an exciting time for Rugby fans
September 19 2019
Toronto Wolfpack Chairman and CEO, Bob Hunter, joined Blair and Brunt to discuss the Wolfpack's semi-final on Sunday where if they win they'll be promoted to the top level of Rugby League.
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Lavoie: It's a really good day for the Senators, for the first time in a really long time
September 19 2019
Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports joined Jeff Blair and Stephen Brunt to break down Thomas Chabot's 8 year contract extension with the Senators as well as discuss when the remaining RFAs may sign.
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Sept. 18: Like father, like son
September 18 2019
Cavan Biggio became the third player in Toronto Blue Jays history to hit for the cycle, and he is the first to join Jeff Blair and Stephen Brunt on today's Prime Time Sports (15:58). Is Jason Spezza not guaranteed to make the Maple Leafs roster? Chris Johnston discusses Head Coach Mike Babcock's comments about the veteran center following last night's exhibition game against the Senators (44:23). Miami-based NFL reporter Jason Cole tries to make sense of the disaster that is the Miami Dolphins and explains that the franchise has been in disarray for some time now (1:09:59). In the final hour, Blair and Brunt go around the majors with Dan Shulman (1:31:17); and NHL.com's Tim Campbell talks about the issues surrounding the Winnipeg Jets: Dustin Byfuglien's status with the team and the contract disputes with forwards Patrik Laine and Kyle Connor (1:57:32).
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