TSN 1050 Leafs Reporter Jonas Siegel joins The Hayes Show to discuss Phil Kessel's comments defending Dion Phaneuf, and what the atmosphere was like in the Leafs locker room following their first practice post-trade deadline.
"I'm fed up over what's been said."
Phil Kessel has had enough. As TSN's Jonas Siegel writes, the Maple Leafs' highest-paid player and leading scorer lambasted the Toronto media for treatment of captain Dion Phaneuf he deemed “embarrassing." “Is it his fault we’re losing? No. Did he build this team? No. It’s not Dion Phaneuf,” said Kessel with as much intensity and anger as he’s shown in nearly six seasons as a Leaf.
Raps change things up ahead of win in Philly
After their 114-103 victory over the woeful Philadelphia 76ers, several Toronto Raptors players credited a change to the game-day routine, initiated by coach Dwane Casey, for lifting their spirits.
Patterson: Raptors aren't surprising teams anymore
Raptors forward Patrick Patterson joins Macko & Cauz for his weekly segment to discuss wearing mittens indoors, his Player's Tribune article on getting traded, Monday night's win over the 76ers, and much more.
Griffin: Everything points to Sanchez starting season as closer
Richard Griffin of the Toronto Star joins The Hayes Show to discuss the Blue Jays' spring training opener vs. the Pirates, and how the Jays lineup and rotation is shaping up for the start of the season.
Jays eye 2B, 'pen battles as spring games begin
As the Blue Jays prepared to open their Grapefruit League schedule against the Pirates, manager John Gibbons offered insight into how the club may approach some of the positional battles in camp, namely in regards to a starting second baseman and the bullpen
Nonis: No need to rush the process
Maple Leafs General Manager Dave Nonis joined Drive with Dave Naylor and Dave Feschuk to discuss the Leafs deadline moves and the team's plans heading into the draft and off-season.
Offseason looms larger for Leafs after quiet deadline
After a quiet deadline day, an already imposing offseason just got a whole lot bigger for Brendan Shanahan and Toronto's revamped front office. TSN 1050 Leafs reporter Jonas Siegel has more.
Leafs' Jokinen to Blues for Lindstrom, pick
The Toronto Maple Leafs have traded centre Olli Jokinen to the St. Louis Blues in exchange for centre Joakim Lindstrom and a conditional 2016 sixth-round pick. Jokinen, 36, has appeared in 54 combined games with the Maple Leafs and Nashville Predators this season, scoring three goals and four assists. The Maple Leafs acquired him on Feb. 15 as part of the trade that sent Cody Franson to the Predators.
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