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November 21: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bob and Matt discuss Ryan Miller's trade value and debate whether Alex Ovechkin is the NHL's best player with Martin Biron, and J.A Adande checks in to address the Steve Nash retirement rumours.


Hour 1:

Bob and Matt talk Leafs and are joined by Robert Flores, Host of ESPN's Football Today Podcast. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Bob and Matt are joined by the NHL on TSN's Martin Biron, Longtime NFL QB (NO, ATL) and New Orleans Radio Host Bobby “The Cajun Cannon” Hebert and Craig Calcaterra of NBC’s Hardball Talk. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 3:

Bob and Matt are joined by ESPN's J.A Adande.


9:15 - Robert Flores, Host of the Football Today Podcast on ESPN

Mike Shanahan is still held in high regard in Washington, but there is a clear rift between the Shanahans and RGIII, and it’s been evident both on the field and off of it. Historically speaking, the player has won out in these disputes, but Mike Shanahan is as esteemed coach as there is out there.

10:00 - Martin Biron, NHL on TSN

Says that Ovechkin is the best player in the league right now, and has re-assumed the form that he had when he was scoring 50 and 60 goals a year. With Ryan Miller, playing well is the best case scenario for both he and the Sabres. The better he plays, the more attractive he becomes to potential suitors at the trade deadline, and makes him that much more valuable a return for the Sabres as well.

10:30 - Bobby “The Cajun Cannon” Hebert, Longtime NFL QB (NO, ATL) and New Orleans Radio Host:

Everyone seems to think of the Saints as this offensive powerhouse, which they are, but this is a very underrated team on the defensive side of the ball. The team has really embraced the teachings of Rob Ryan, and that’s been reflected in the season so far.

10:45 - Craig Calcaterra, NBC’s Hardball Talk

Was last year the beginning of Prince Fielder’s decline, or was it just a down year for him? If he repeats last year, he doesn’t present a lot of value. A-Rod is becoming somewhat sympathetic in the public eye, and his PR team has done a great job of cultivating that image. Would definitely bid on Japanese Pitcher Masahiro Tanaka if he was Anthopoulos, he has significant star potential.

11:30 - J.A Adande, ESPN

He gets the sense that Steve Nash won’t retire, he wants to keep playing and contributing, and the Lakers need him to run the offence that Mike D’Antoni desires. Considers the Brooklyn Nets the most disappointing team in the NBA. He also chimed in on Rob Ford, and asked if he had done anything You-Tubeable today.

November 19: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Live from the ACC Bob and Matt tee up Leafs/Islanders with Sean Fitzgerald, Jonas Siegel and Butch Goring and discuss the early-season struggles of David Clarkson.


Hour 1:

Former Panthers quarterback Jake Delhomme discusses last night's matchup and the evolution of Cam Newton plus Sean Fitz-Gerald from the National Post. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Jonas Siegel joins the show live at the ACC, plus former Islander Butch Goring stops by to tee up tonight's Leafs-Islanders matchup. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 3:

John Kryk from Sun Media recaps Week 11 in the NFL and Jason Brough from ProHockeyTalk stops by to chat Clarkson, Phaneuf & more from around the NHL. Hour 3 Audio


9:15 Jake Delhomme, Former NFL QB

Jake reviewed the last play of the Monday night football game where a flag was thrown in the end zone and then reversed. The ball wasn’t catchable for Rob Gronkowski but it did look like it was pass interference. It was a questionable call and by letter of the law it was pass interference. Cam Newton is growing as a quarterback and he is the most dangerous player who can take off and run. They simplified the offence and let the key players play, they run the base plays and when its one on one, they throw it to Steve Smith. For the last few years, Peyton Manning runs the same plays over and over and has perfected them. It is always nice to defeat the Patriots; it was a huge win for the Panthers. Teams don’t want to play Carolina; they have a solid defence and running game.

9:45 Sean Fitz-Gerald, National Post

The Leafs have been outshot in almost every game. They need to get more quality shots on net. Bernier can be as good as Quick. The Leafs allow shots on net that are all from the outside, where the quality isn’t great. Special teams and goaltending have anchored the Leafs success this season.

10:15 Jonas Siegel, TSN 1050 Maple Leafs reporter

When David Clarkson is on the ice, the team’s shooting percentage is under 3%. He isn’t the type of player who will score 30 goals in a season. He has been in a defensive role since he’s been back from suspension. He has been the team’s best possession player on the team. The team has yet to establish who they are as a team. Last year they were considered fast, gritty, and had good special teams. The team will be difficult to play against, like Dave Bolland; hard in the corners and always physical. Kessel has played in every single game since he’s been a Leaf. He avoids getting hit a lot during games; the concern is whether or not he will be a 30-40 goal scorer when he is 30 years old. There has not been a lot of offence from the defence.

10:45 Butch Goring, Former NY Islander

Morning skates were about loosening up before the game, it wasn’t necessary to go through drills. Tavares has a lot of skill and passion. He is great to watch because of the drive he has on the ice. When playing on the Islanders, Goring didn’t enjoy shaving, during the playoffs his teammates followed the “playoff beard” and it took off around the league. When you skate hard, you put yourself in the position to draw penalties. It was never fun to sit in the penalty box, you miss out on ice time.

11:00 John Kryk, Toronto Sun

Cam Newton and the Panthers have been coming together as a team and have winning together. Having a really good defence is so important for a quarterback. With a good defence, the offence gets better ball position after punts and more chances at offence. Gronkowski was bear hugged prior to the ball arrived in the final play of the Monday night game. The Bears are 3-0 right now without Jay Cutler; they’re not giving up 30 points a game, when he gets back on the field, they will be a hard team to beat. The Giants have a chance to make the playoffs.

11:30 Jason Brough, Pro Hockey Talk

There were talks about a potential Weber trade for Taylor Hall. The Oilers are struggling and a solid veteran defence would help the team. David Clarkson has been struggling offensively this season. Discussion about how much Dion Phaneuf is worth and the importance of having a number one defenceman ensued.

November 18: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bob and Matt are joined by Paul Hendrick and James Duthie to discuss James van Riemsdyk’s return to form Saturday night and John Scott’s comments regarding Dion Phaneuf.


Hour 1:

Macko and Cauz were joined by Paul Hendrick and discuss Week 10 in the NFL. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Macko and Cauz were joined by James Duthie and former NFL FB Tony Richardson. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 3:

Macko and Cauz were joined by Michael Landsberg. Hour 3 Audio


9:15 - Paul Hendrick, Leafs TV:

Tyler Bozak comes off the IR on Thursday, and today’s skate will provide us with a good indication if he’ll be ready to play this coming week. Kessel has been historically streaky, and we could see him get hot soon and carry this team, as we’ve seen many times with the Leafs. John Scott really didn’t make much of an impact, and Dion Phaneuf has to make sure not to get thrown off his game by a player like him.

10:00 - James Duthie, NHL on TSN

James chatted about his beloved 49ers, and how Colin Kaepernick appears to be gunshy as opposed to a gunslinger like he was last year. Dion Phaneuf seems to have a bad rap around the NHL, and there’s something about his game that rubs people the wrong way. Perhaps he needs to fight a tough guy to re-establish his reputation in the league, as his rep has been tarnished quite a bit since he’s been with the Leafs. Robin Lehner should be the goalie, he’s ascended over Craig Anderson.

10:30 - Tony Richardson, Longtime NFL FB, SNY TV Analyst:

The original T-Rich discussed wearing sleeves in freezing cold temperatures. Playing against Peyton Manning, you’re going to need to put up a lot a points. The Chiefs D played a pretty good game, but in Arrowhead, it’ll be a different game.

11:00 - Michael Landsberg, Host of Off The Record:

Macko and Cauz were joined by OTR’s Michael Landsberg, and they chatted about the Argos loss in the Eastern Final, Dion Phaneuf’s standing in the city of Toronto and Rob Ford’s CNN interview from this morning.

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