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Hitchcock knows the Edmonton market and has a history of success
November 20 2018
Edmonton Oilers Radio Analyst Bob Stauffer joins Bob McCown and John Shannon on Prime Time Sports to give his thoughts on the coaching change in Edmonton, whether Ken Hitchcock is the right hire for the Oilers, the reaction of the players to McLellan's firing, the admitted failure of Peter Chiarelli, the importance of not having any ties to Hitchcock after this season and how he can potentially get more out of and develop some of the Oilers' young players.
Nov. 20: Hitchcock replaces McLellan in Edmonton
November 20 2018
Bob McCown is joined by co-host Joey Vendetta in the first hour to discuss the recent coaching changes in the NHL with Sportsnet’s Nick Kypreos (12:29) and how great last night’s Monday Night Football game was with Don Banks (30:55). Then John Shannon steps in to co-host the rest of the show with Bob; the two discuss the upcoming showdown between Tiger and Phil with Michael Collins (58:24) and then the Canadian Minister of Science and Sport, Kristy Duncan joins the show to discuss how the government is trying to make sports safer for today’s youth especially in terms of concussion prevention (1:18:17). In the last hour, Bob and John check in with analysts for both the Oilers’, Bob Stauffer (1:31:15), and then the Blues, Darren Pang, to get insight on the coaching changes in both Edmonton and St. Louis (1:46:50) before finally wrapping up the show with some Raptors’ talk with the Star’s Doug Smith ahead of the team’s game tonight in Orlando against the Magic (2:01:43).
Berube learned from Hitchcock and brings a little Sutter to the Blues
November 20 2018
Broadcaster for the St. Louis Blues on Fox Sports Darren Pang joins Bob McCown and John Shannon to talk about the Blues decision to fire Mike Yeo, whether Craig Berube will end up being more than just an interim coach, which firing was more surprising Yeo or McClellan, and why no team has snatched up Joel Quenneville yet.
Nov. 19: The Yankees acquire James Paxton from Seattle
November 19 2018
Bob McCown returns to PTS and is joined by co-host Joey Vendetta for the first hour; the two are joined by the Bay Area’s Ray Ratto breaking down the Golden State Warriors latest slide and turmoil (11:37), then OSEG President talks about his REDBLACKS going back to the Grey Cup for the third time in five years (33:00). John Shannon steps in to co-host the final two hours with Bob; the two begin by looking at the 2019 Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot with the Boston Globe’s Bob Ryan (57:45) and then break down what got the Raptors back into the win column with analyst Leo Rautins (1:19:48). The final hour begins with guest Jim Hughson of the NHL on Sportsnet looking around the League especially at what a good defenseman is in today’s game (1:32:21) before diving deeper into the Baseball HOF ballot with Fangraph’s Jay Jaffe, who weighs in on if Mariano Rivera could be the first unanimous vote getter and if Roy Halladay will get in on his first year (2:02:25).

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