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Adam Hadwin on His Career-Best U.S. Open
June 21 2022
Canadian PGA Tour golfer Adam Hadwin checks in with George Rusic and Brent Gunning after his impressive showing at the U.S. Open! Adam discusses how an ordinary player would fair on the course, takes us through his gutsy performance last weekend, and discusses the recent emergence of the LIV Tour.
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Do the Leafs need to add another netminder?
March 21 2022
PJ Stock joins George and Matt to chat about the Leafs' acquisition of Harri Säteri, whether Toronto needs to add more goaltending insurance, what Mark Giordano will bring to the blue line, how to get the second line going, and Giordano's impact in the dressing room.
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Which 2021 sports moment would you change?
December 30 2021
George Rusic and Sho Alli discuss the year that was, and debate which sports moment of 2021 they would change if they could, from John Tavares going down in the playoffs to Marcus Semien booting a routine throw to first base. They chat with Nick Shook on the NFL's MVP race, whether or not Micah Parsons is a lock for Defensive Rookie of the Year, and whether or not the Bills are contenders. Sean Woodley stops by to chat the narratives that surround Pascal Siakam, and if DJ Wilson will stick around on the active roster, while Tony Ferrari discusses the cancelled World Juniors, and breaks down some of Team Canada's top prospects including Connor Bedard and Shane Wright. Plus, your tweets and texts on which sports moments you'd change in 2021!
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Remembering John Madden and his impact on the NFL
December 29 2021
George Rusic and Sho Alli discuss more COVID-19 postponements to Canadian-based NHL franchises, before remembering the life and times of John Madden, who passed away last night at age 85. They later speak to David Alter on the new COVID protocols across the NHL, and if it's a competitive disadvantage to Canadian teams, and Gilbert McGregor on the Raptors' 114-109 loss to the 76ers. Dom Cosentino stops by to chat about John Madden's impact on his football fandom, and what he meant to fans today, before taking a spin around the rest of the NFL.
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