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The Bryan Hayes Show

Mar. 1: Show In Review

Bryan and Jamie talk about Nazem Kadri's hat-trick performance and chat with Ray Ferraro and Pat Morris about the controversy surrounding the offer sheet signed by Ryan O'Reilly. (Photo: The Canadian Press)


Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan Hayes and Jamie McLennan talk about their top three moments from the Leafs game last night & talk to Maple Leafs special advisor, Cliff Fletcher. Audio Hour 1

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Hour two brings up the signing of Ryan O'Reilly as his agent Pat Morris Audio joins the show. Hour 2

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan Hayes talks to callers about Ryan O'Reilly and talk to Sam Mitchell, Audio NBA Analyst and former Raptors head coach. Hour 1

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Jason Sobel Audio from the Golf Channel joins Bryan Hayes to talk about Rory McIlroy walking off the gold course at the Honda Classic. Hour 2

Feb. 28: Show In Review

Bryan and Jamie discuss the Leafs disappointing loss to the Canadiens and talk to former NHL Linesman Ray Scapinello about the Tyler Bozak face-off play. (Photo: The Canadian Press)


Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan Hayes and Jamie McLennan discuss the Leafs 5-2 loss to Montreal and answer the phone lines. Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan Hayes and Jamie McLennan preview tonight's game versus the New York Islanders and talk to former NHL Linesman Ray Scapinello. Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan Hayes talks to NHL on NBC commentator, Doc Emerick about NHL involvement in the Olympics and Rick DiPietro. Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan Hayes talks with former Toronto Blue Jays outfielder, Jose Cruz Jr., and to Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated. Audio

Feb. 27: Show In Review

Bryan and Jamie talk with Pat Hickey of the Montreal Gazette and TSN 690 play-by-play voice John Bartlett about the Canadiens success this season and the upcoming matchup versus the Leafs. (Photo: Francois Lacasse/NHLI via Getty Images)


Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Broadcasting from the ACC, Bryan Hayes and Jamie McLennan talk about the huge Leafs/Canadiens game tonight. Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan and Jamie chat with TSN analyst Ray Ferraro about the NHL. Pat Hickey, of The Montreal Gazette, also discusses the Montreal/Toronto rivalry. Audio

Hour 3 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan and Jamie chat with Canadiens play-by-play voice John Bartlett from TSN 990 about Montreal's success so far this season. Audio

Hour 4 (Leafs Lunch):

NHL on TSN Analyst Mike Johnson gives his opinion on the Leafs-Habs game tonight. Leafs Radio Network Color-Commentator Jim Ralph also stops by. Audio


1:15 - Ray Ferraro - TSN Hockey Analyst

Ray joins Bryan and Jamie to talk about the sense of rivalry with the Leafs and Canadiens. The media coverage for tonight's game is even bigger than usual because of both teams being in the playoff hunt (unlike in recent years). Ray also talks about the toughness of the Leafs and how the Canadiens have to avoid that style of play because they don't have the personnel to match up with the Leafs' tough guys. The issue with the Leafs-Habs rivalry is that it's either one team beating up on the other, or both teams are horrible like last year. Ray doesn't think the Grabovski/Pacioretty biting incident will carry over; both teams will focus on winning the game.

1:30 - 2:00 - Pat Hickey - Montreal Gazette

Pat joins Bryan and Jamie to preview tonight's Leafs-Canadiens game, and to talk about last night's trade that brought Michael Ryder back to Montreal in exchange for Erik Cole. Hickey talks about the Habs transformation under Marc Bergevin, and as well as the early success of Alex Galchenyuk and Brendan Gallagher so far. He also discussed Michel Therrien's growth as a coach, and how the possible re-alignment of divisions next year is a good idea.

2:30 - John Bartlett - Canadiens Play-by-Play Voice - TSN 690

John joins the show to tee-up tonight's Leafs and Canadiens contest, and to talk about the animosity that surrounded the last time these two teams met. He talks about Brendan Gallagher's development this year and his willingness to go into the dirty areas, which is contributing to his success this season. Bartlett thinks that size could help the Habs down the road and by opening up some cap space with the Cole/Ryder trade, and praises Carey Price for his work ethic, and preparation, attributing them to the extra edge to his game this year.

3:00 - Mike Johnson - NHL on TSN Analyst

Mike joins Leafs Lunch to give his own perspective on the Leafs-Canadiens rivalry, having played for both teams during his career. The guys compare Nazem Kadri to Alex Galchenyuk, who are both starting to see success at separate stages of their young careers. Mike also talks about the Ryder trade and the Stars' decision to deal their leading scorer. Ryder has scored goals and put up points throughout his entire career, while Cole adds a bit more of a physical element to his game, even though he's struggled to put up the same numbers he did last year.

3:30 - Jim Ralph - Maple Leafs Radio Network Color-Commentator

Jim joins Bryan and Jamie ahead of tonight's Leafs and Canadiens matchup at the ACC. Ralph predicts another pounding by the Leafs, and talks about the play of Ben Scrivens. Nazem Kadri can't have any more pressure on him now than he did 2 or 3 years ago. What has been great about Kadri is that he's no longer assessing his own abilities, he's letting everyone else assess them and he's leading the team in scoring nearly halfway through the season. Jim also talked about the difference between now and the Leafs from last year and the team's heightened confidence level.

Feb. 26: Show In Review

Nazem Kadri joined Bryan and James Duthie and said he thought he benefited greatly from the last couple years with the Marlies and said growing up a Habs fan, the Leafs-Canadiens rivalry has a special place for him. (Photo: The Canadian Press)


Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan Hayes and Jamie McLennan recap last night's Leafs-Flyers game and give their Hyperbaric Chamber player of the game. Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan Hayes and Jamie McLennan talk with TSN hockey analyst Ray Ferraro and Randy Carlyle addresses the media. Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan Hayes talks with Field Yates of ESPN.com and former Toronto Argonaut Ricky Foley. Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan Hayes is joined in-studio by Host of NHL on TSN James Duthie to talk everything hockey and talk with Leafs forward Nazem Kadri. Audio


Ray Ferraro – TSN Hockey Analyst (1:00)

Ray was between the benches for last night's Leafs Flyers game, notes how impressed he has been with the Leafs ability to bounce back from a bad loss. The one benefit the Leafs have had this year was the 18 games Randy Carlyle coached the club at the end of last year. You can tell everyone is playing for the front of the sweater. Ray goes on to say he feels the same way about Canadiens this season. A surge of energy goes through both benches when a big fight goes down. The Leafs played a solid 2nd period but a fantastic 3rd. The Leafs are playing with a sense of pride that they didn't have in years past. If you are going to beat the Leafs you're going to have to play hard and earn your two points. Ray gives his thoughts on realignment ideas being floated around and a few suggestions of his own including the suggestion that this realignment could be setting the stage for some form of NHL expansion.

Field Yates –ESPN Boston (2:30)

Field Yates joined Bryan Hayes to discuss the recent Tom Brady contract negotiation. Brady shows the entire sports world that he is the ultimate team player and that probably can't be disputed when you look at the money he has left on the table. His cap number is almost half of that of the other elite QBs around the league. The Patriots now have the ability to bring back Wes Welker, Aqib Talib and still go make a run at some top end free agents. His legend is signed sealed and delivered in the greater Boston area, in fact that legend grew in the last 24 hours if that was even possible. Field believes Brady will play out this entire contract and could even be a Patriot beyond his 40's. Speculation is the Patriots would be the perfect fit for Manti Te'o late in the first round.

Ricky Foley – Saskatchewan Roughriders (2:45)

Ricky starts by joking how he is just going to play for Grey Cup host cities (Saskatchewan host 101ST Grey Cup). He is still on top of the world just this time in Saskatchewan. He knows Jim Barker fought for him but he has no regrets with his decision. Ricky is excited to play in front of Saskatchewan fans where it's a different atmosphere from Toronto, all players know about it but until you land in Saskatchewan you don't really have an idea what it is all about. Ricky makes mention of the sports renaissance going on in Toronto with Blue Jays, Leafs, Argos, and Raptors. He will always be a Toronto boy and a Toronto sports fan. As the conversation goes on Ricky talks about his own experience at a CFL combine getting poked and prodded thinks its over-rated, anything they need to see is on the game tape.

James Duthie – NHL on TSN (3:15-4 in studio)

The NHL on TSN panel will be live at the ACC tomorrow for Leafs v. Habs. James wants to be doing more of these, at least once per year in each Canadian NHL city. James believes we are about to enter an era which will be very favorable to Canadian NHL teams, we could have a situation where 5-6 Canadian team make the playoffs in the next 2-3 years. The guys look at hypothetical situations for Leafs vs. Habs playoff series. James claims to not have a favorite team; he loves all Canadian NHL teams. The conversation turns to potential realignment scenarios but doesn't understand why one conference would have 16 teams and the other would have 14 teams. As much as James would like to see another team in Toronto and Quebec he thinks this league should contract before it expands, but also notes Phoenix may end up in Seattle. No one would benefit more from realignment than the Red Wings, conversely Blackhawks losing Detroit as a division rival would backfire on the Blackhawks.

Nazem Kadri – Toronto Maple Leafs (3:20)

Kadri believes spending time with the Marlies and Coach Eakins has helped him a great deal over the years but also feels had he been given an opportunity with the big club he could have contributed, and makes mention that he wishes he did get that opportunity sooner. Nazem talks about the "Randy Carlyle" affect on this team, Randy has created a team first locker-room. The guys joke around with Nazem about his fight with Victor Hedman last week. James asks Nazem about his first conversation with Randy Carlyle, Randy told him what he needed to do in order to stick around and gain more minutes. As the conversation goes on Nazem talks about the potential of playing on the Leafs top line with Kessel but in the end its Randy's call. Growing up as a Habs fan the Leafs v. Habs rivalry has special feeling for him, he recalls making wagers on Leafs vs Habs game with his friends as kid.

Feb. 25: Show In Review

Richard Griffin of The Toronto Star talks with Bryan about an eventful day at Blue Jays spring training as John Farrell returned to Dunedin and also touched on Russell Martin pulling out of the WBC. (Photo: The Canadian Press)


Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan Hayes and Jamie McLennan preview tonight's Leafs-Flyers game and check-in with TSN 1050 Leafs reporter Jonas Siegel. Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan Hayes and Jamie McLennan talk with TSN hockey Analyst Ray Ferraro and Leafs' coach Randy Carlyle addresses the media. Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan Hayes talks about Raptors fans booing Andrea Bargnani and checks-in with Richard Griffin of the Toronto Star in Dunedin, FL. Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan Hayes talks with Dave Zirin from Edge of Sports and TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun dishes on the latest news around the league. Audio


Jonas Siegel - Leafs beat reporter:

Jonas Siegel, the Maple Leafs reporter touched on the Leafs performance Saturday night in Ottawa. Several players made it clear to him that they felt they didn't deserve a point that night and need to be better. The Leafs got a bit of a shock that they needed in Ottawa and have been able to bounce back from games like that this season so far. James Reimer is certainly getting better but at this point he will likely not be seeing game action this week, expect Ben Scrivens to start in Philadelphia tonight.

7:15 Pierre McGuire – NHL on NBC Analyst

The Chicago Blackhawks keep on rolling because "their star players have been their star players." Throw those goaltending questions out the window; the Hawks are incredibly focused & really buying into the "team concept" mentality. Pittsburgh Penguins star Evgeni Malkin appears to be on the mend & the Penguins could be keeping him out of the line-up for precautionary reasons. Pittsburgh does have an embarrassment of riches at the AHL level, & once they work on their defensive consistency "this team will be a force to reckon with" The Philadelphia Flyers have turned their season around after a disappointing loss vs. Montreal two weeks ago. The Flyers are now playing with a sense of grit/tenacity that was lacking earlier on in the season. The "coaches challenge" rule could be implemented in the near future, & is absolutely necessary due to the fast paced nature of the NHL

Ray Ferraro - TSN Hockey Analyst (1:00):

Ray Ferraro, TSN's Hockey Insider chimed in on the debate of whether or not rules to be made changed to increase goal scoring this year because of complaints scoring is down. Low scoring one or two nothing games can be entertaining but there just has to be scoring chances. If you want to increase scoring a little bit, decrease the size of goalie equipment and you will see goal scoring bumped up a bit. You don't need something ridiculous like a key in front of the net like there is in basketball.

Richard Griffin - Toronto Star (2:30):

Richard Griffin, baseball writer for the Toronto Star discussed how Farrell made his first appearance at Blue Jays training camp complex today for split squad game but completely dodged all questions about the Jays. Most players are likely going to have no issue with Farrell and just move on with things. The injury to Granderson could very well deflate the Yankees swagger they usually have and the team is going to struggle to score runs. Russell Martin looks ridiculous pulling this kind of stunt with team Canada at the WBC and pulling out of tournament at this point with it right around the corner.

Dave Zirin- EdgeOfSports.com (3:00):

Dave Zirin of Edge of Sports discusses the rumour of Manti Teo's sexuality being questioned by teams interested in him at the NFL combine. Teams view players as expensive pieces of equipment and really believe that asking these sorts of questions are them just doing their due diligence. Best thing for Teo may be to go in later rounds so he has the time to develop into NFL player unlike being rushed into the leauge like Tim Tebow was.

Pierre Lebrun (In studio 3:15-4):

TSN Hockey Insider Pierre Lebrun, TSN Hockey Insider discusses some of the frustration amongst the fans with Brendan Shanahan but also specifies a lot more of that anger is directed at the officiating. There have been some very bad calls or non-calls this year that have cost teams a goal or a game. Glad to see Taylor Hall suspended and Shanahan sending the message to him and all other young star players. League still has to discuss and work out realignment issues for next season.

Leafs Lunch and The Bryan Hayes Show: Feb. 18-22.

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