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January 9: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Dave and co-host Jeff O’Neill discuss the many issues that have cropped up during the Leafs recent struggles with Bob McKenzie and Darren Dreger, and Steven Stamkos checks in to update his injury status and chat about whether he’ll be ready for Sochi.

Audio:

Hour 1:

Dave Naylor and Jeff O'Neill talk Leafs, go through another edition of "Ask the O-Dogg" and talk to Wade Redden. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Dave Naylor and Jeff O'Neill are joined by Darren Dreger, Steven Stamkos and new Buffalo Sabres GM Tim Murray. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 3:

Dave Naylor and Jeff O'Neill are joined by Bob McKenzie, Dwayne DeRosario and Armando Selgueno of the Miami Herald. Hour 3 Audio


Recap:

4:45 – Wade Redden, Fmr NHL Defenceman / Retired Today

Wade Redden speaks about his decision to retire from the NHL and his future plans. He touches on reaching the Stanley Cup finals with the Ottawa Senators in 2007 and talks about Daniel Alfredsson’s decision to leave the Senators for Detroit.



5:00 – Darren Dreger, TSN Hockey Insider

Darren Dreger speaks about Toronto Maple Leafs’ forward Peter Holland’s demotion to the minors and what is going wrong with the Leafs this season. He touches on forward Dave Bolland’s timetable to return to the Leafs’ lineup and what to expect with the Leafs’ goaltending situation if James Reimer plays well against the Carolina Hurricanes. Are the Leafs losing patience with Nazem Kadri? Was new Buffalo Sabres’ GM Tim Murray's hiring a surprise?

5:15 – Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay Lighting and Team Canada Forward

Steve Stamkos speaks about the recovery of his injury and his preparation for the Olympics. Could an Olympic game be his first game action since his injury? He touches on the success that the Lighting have had with his absence and talks about Martin St. Louis' omission from Team Canada.


5:50 – Tim Murray, Named New Buffalo Sabres GM Today

New Buffalo Sabres’ GM Tim Murray speaks about his plans moving forward with the team and touches on head coach Ted Nolan’s future with the club. He compares the Sabres’ rebuilding process with the Ottawa Senators’ quick turnaround from missing the playoffs.



6:00 – Dwayne DeRosario, Reacquired by TFC Today

Dwayne DeRosario speaks about rejoining the Toronto FC after a three-year absence and the club’s vision moving forward. He touches on the pros and cons of playing for his hometown team as well as how long he expects to play. He discusses the importance of building relationships between the players and owners and why he feels the team will be more successful during his second stint with the club.

6:15 – Bob McKenzie, TSN Hockey Insider

Bob McKenzie talks about Toronto's goaltending situation and how the Leafs plan to utilize Jonathan Bernier and James Reimer in the future. Is David Clarkson playing in the right role or were the expectations too high after he signed his big contract? He discusses new Sabres’ GM Tim Murray and what to expect moving forward. Will Brian Burke continue as GM of the Calgary Flames after this season?

6:30 – Armando Selguero, The Miami Herald

Armando Selgueno talks about the Miami Dolphins and the rocky relationship between Jeff Ireland and Joe Philbin. Why did owner Stephen Ross fire Ireland and retain Philbin? Why do NFL owners meddle with their team’s day-to-day operations?



Tomorrow: Kate Beirness returns to co-host, Football Friday from 4-5pm, Tim Burke, DEADSPIN, Darren Rovell, ESPN





January 8: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Dave and Dave Hodge are joined by Rich Griffin, Bob Nightengale and Chris Haft to discuss the baseball Hall of Fame selections and what to do with the players of the steroid era, and Luke Wileman checks in to break down the big moves being made by Toronto FC this off-season.

Audio:

Hour 1:

Dave and Dave Hodge are joined by Seattle Seahawks Punter Jon Ryan and TSN Soccer Analyst Luke Wileman. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Dave and Dave Hodge are joined by TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie, Bob Nightengale of USA Today & Chris Haft of MLB.com. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 3:

Dave and Dave Hodge are joined by NFL Business Analyst Andrew Brandt, TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger and The Toronto Star MLB Columnist Richard Griffin. Hour 3 Audio


Recap:

4:30 – Jon Ryan, Seattle Seahawks Punter (Canadian)

Jon feels that the crowed noise in Seattle is the best home field advantage in the NFL. John says that he's shortened his punts lately to 40-45 yards with more hang time instead of punting it 60 yards down the field and said that hang time is key. John said that in the NFL you have to swallow your pride a little bit because you need to make shorter punts and those don't really look good on the stat sheet. John says that even though the Seahawks are a favorite to win a Super Bowl he only focuses on one week at a time.

4:45 – Luke Wileman, TSN Soccer Analyst

Luke Wileman says that Toronto FC is a favorite to win the MLS championship with the signing of Defoe, De Rossario and possibly Bradley. Wileman feels that these players need to not only make a difference on the field but feels they can also make a difference off the field in the community. Wileman also thinks that if Toronto FC doesn't start to get things right in the next couple of years it can be the end of the franchise if they don't start to succeed.

5:00 – Bob McKenzie, TSN Hockey Insider

Bob McKenzie says that Tim Murray the nephew of Sense GM Bryan Murray is expected to be named the Sabres General Manager. McKenzie reported that Brian Burke is looking for someone with experience to take over as Flames GM and says they may not make a decision till the draft. McKenzie feels that the Schen, Hartnell and Simmonds line is a huge reason why the Flyers have been having success along with the play of Giroux and defence core.

5:30 – Bob Nightengale, USA Today & Chris Haft, MLB.com (On opposite sides of voting for PED users)

Chris Haft and Bob Nightengale discussed their processes of voting for the Hall of fame ballot in baseball. Bob feels that there could be many other steroid users out their that we don't know about and even added that their can be players already in the Hall of Fame that have used steroids. Chris believes that as years go on we will see the percentage of voters going up for players who used steroids and also feels that the ballot will eventually expand.

6:00 – Andrew Brandt, NFL Business Analyst

Andrew Brandt discussed the possibility of the NFL expanding it's playoff seeding saying that more teams in the playoffs leads to more revenue and ultimately the NFL is a business designed to generate revenue. Brandt feels that the patience with NFL coaches isn't their anymore and feels that NFL owners don't care about paying off old coaches in order to get it right.

6:15 – Darren Dreger, TSN Hockey Insider

Darren Dreger says that there is definitely a goaltending controversy emerging in Toronto. Dreger feels however that Bernier has more rope in the goal tending battle because they had to give up something to get him. Dreger feels that Tim Gleason had a solid debut for the Maple Leafs but doesn't feels he's a top pairing defenceman. Dreger feels that Phaneuf is Toronto's most valuable defenceman but says that they definitely miss Gunnarsson when he's gone. Dreger also reported that former Leafs coach Ron Wilson is trying to get back in to the NHL.

6:30 – Richard Griffin, The Toronto Star MLB Columnist

Richard Griffin said that a lot of people put the steroid era on a hold and that's why we're dealing with many problems now. Richard Griffin said that he's been voting for Barry Bonds every year and will vote for Roger Clemens next year but feels that this problem will go on forever because the MLB Hall of Fame doesn't want to do anything about it. Richard Griffin feels that the MLB Hall of Fame is the best Hall of Fame in sports despite all this.





January 7: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Dave and Dave Hodge analyze Team Canada’s Olympic roster picks with Bob McKenzie and Darren Dreger and get an inside look at the selection process with Doug Armstrong and Kevin Lowe.

Audio:

Hour 1:

Dave and Dave Hodge are joined by Michael Farber and Doug Armstrong, St Louis Blues GM / Hockey Canada Management Team. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Dave and Dave Hodge are joined by TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie and James Duthie and Pierre LeBrun In Studio.

Hour 3:

Dave and Dave Hodge are joined by Edmonton Oilers President & Hockey Canada Executive Kevin Lowe and TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger. Hour 3 Audio


Recap:

4:45 – Doug Armstrong, St Louis Blues GM / Hockey Canada Management Team

Doug Armstrong speaks about Team Canada and the style he expects the team to play. He touches on the difficulty of leaving some big names off the roster and talks about the approach that the hockey Canada executive committee took to build the team.



5:00 – Bob McKenzie, TSN Hockey Insider

Bob McKenzie speaks about the surprise omission of Martin St. Louis from Team Canada. Should P.K Subban be in Canada’s top six or is he Canada’s eighth defenceman? He also touches on who will be Canada’s third goalie and potential 14th forward. Find out which player named to the roster has the largest gap between performance and perception.


5:30 – James Duthie and Pierre LeBrun In Studio (Team Canada Panel)

Duthie and LeBrun both feel that Carey Price has the eadge in goal due to Luongo's ankle injury. Duthie and LeBrun feel that even though the injury wasn't the only reason why Couture was kept off the team it definitely played a huge part. LeBrun feels that adding Ralph Kruger to their staff is good for when they go over seas because he provides experience. LeBrun says that the only person that can really challenge Crosby for captain of team Canada is Jonathan Toews. Duthie feels that with St Louis resume he should definitely be on the team and feels that Yzerman didn't want to make that decision.

6:00 – Kevin Lowe, Edmonton Oilers President & Hockey Canada Executive

Kevin Lowe talks about the process of selecting Team Canada with the Hockey Canada Executive Committee and the difficulty of omitting certain players from the roster. He talks about the large pool of skilled players that the committee had to choose from as well as the make up of players that they wanted to add. He touches on why Martin St. Louis and Taylor Hall were not named to the roster and is it better for NHL clubs to not have their players be part of the Olympics?

6:15 – Darren Dreger, TSN Hockey Insider

Darren Dreger talks about why some players were omitted and why he was surprised to hear that Claude Giroux was not named to Team Canada. Who should be captain of team Canada? Did James Neal’s five-game suspension earlier this season hurt his chances of making the roster? Is Jonathan Bernier now the clear-cut number one goalie for the Toronto Maple Leafs? Who will new Leafs’ defenceman Tim Gleason play with tonight against the New York Islanders?





January 6: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Dave and Bruce Arthur are joined by Dave Feschuk, Bob McKenzie and Darren Dreger to discuss Canada’s upcoming Olympic roster announcement and chat about which players may be on the bubble heading into tomorrow’s announcement.

Audio:

Hour 1:

Dave Naylor co-hosts with Bruce Arthur and they are joined by Dave Feschuk to preview Team Canada's Olympic roster. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Dave Naylor and co-host Bruce Arthur chat with TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie and ESPN NFL Analyst Herm Edwards. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 3:

Dave Naylor and co-host Bruce Arthur speak with Steve Moore, Darren Dreger, Jesse Palmer and Chris Kluwe. Hour 3 Audio


Recap:

5:00 – Bob McKenzie, TSN Hockey Insider

Bob McKenzie speaks about Team Canada and players who could represent Canada at Sochi. Could Logan Couture Patrick Sharp, Jamie Benn, Matt Duchene, Chris Kunitz, or Patrick Marleau be named to the roster and is P.K Subban in Canada’s top six? Should Roberto Luongo start based on experience at the Olympics? He also touches on Team Canada’s disappointing show at the World Juniors and the differences between Canadian and American minor hockey teams.

5:30 – Herm Edwards, ESPN NFL Analyst

Herm Edwards speaks about the Kansas City Chiefs’ collapse against the Indianapolis Colts and what they should have done to win the game. How does the San Francisco 49ers match up with the Carolina Panthers? Should the Denver Broncos be worried as they prepare for the San Diego Chargers? Could Marvin Lewis and the Cincinnati Bengals part ways?

6:00 – Steve Moore, Former NHL Forward

Steve Moore speaks about recovering from his injury in 2004 and the processes that he has gone through to heal from his concussion. He touches on Steve Moore Foundation (STF) and how it came about. He discusses his path to making the NHL and provides his thoughts at the reaction and support that has come out of Vancouver. He also talks about his frustrations with the legal process and more.

6:15 – Darren Dreger, TSN Hockey Insider

Darren took a look at the Team Canada announcement tomorrow and the injury status of Roberto Luongo and touches on the relationship between Nazem Kadri and Randy Carlyle.





6:30 – Jesse Palmer, NFL and NCAA Analyst ? Live from BCS Title Game

Jesse Palmer talks about No. 2 ranked Auburn and how their defense matches up with No.1 ranked Florida State. Can Nick Marshall do enough to help Auburn pull off an upset? Palmer believes Florida State will be able to slow down Auburn’s running game and predicts a lot of points in tonight’s game with a possible upset.



6:45 – Chris Kluwe, Fmr NFL Punter: Wrote Letter to Vikings on DEADSPIN

Chris Kluwe speaks about his release from the Minnesota Vikings and provides his take on special teams coach Mike Priefer’s antigay comments during a team meeting. He touches on his decision to speak out with his support for gay marriage the consequences it may have had on his playing career.



Tomorrow: Full Coverage of the Team Canada roster announcement



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