Mar. 29: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan and Jamie chat with Ray Ferraro and Leafs VP of Ops Dave Poulin on the Leafs playoff chances and Sam Mitchell is in studio to discuss March Madness.


Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch)

Leafs/Canes recap and the boys' thoughts on Reimer's rank among the NHL's goalies. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch)

Ray Ferraro - TSN NHL analyst and Dave Poulin - Leafs VP of Operations. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show)

Bryan is joined by his father Bill Hayes and Tiger Woods' swing coach Sean Foley. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show)

Bryan is joined by TSN Basketball Analyst Sam Mitchell and Matt Vasgersian. Hour 2 Audio


1:05pm - Ray Ferraro - TSN Hockey Analyst

Hayes and Ray open with their unhealthy golf obsessions, waiting for the season to arrive. Golf was a great distraction from his "real job" when playing in LA. Ray and Noodles recount meaningless games played in terms of the standings, but meaningful games in terms of individual contract incentives. Ferraro concurs with James that the Leafs will finally end their playoff drought. Asked about the Iginla trade, "Can (Calgary) get something right?" The return was not enough. Iginla seemed ready to leave in his presser, not crushed as you might expect. Ferraro compares him to Ray Bourque - on a mission for a Cup, but will be remembered as a Flame (or Penguin).

1:15 - Jonas Siegel (TSN 1050 Leafs Beat Reporter)

Reimer to start, trying to get him back to form before his injury last year. He's shown in stretches that he can give high-quality goaltending. Regarding Rumours of acquiring a veteran goalie - the Leafs should ask themselves how important that veteran presence is, especially with so few games left in the season. Giguere had a calming effect a few years ago, but the relationship between Reimer and Scrivens is very strong so it may not be necessary. Kessel, Bozak and Lupul are back together, with JVR's scoring tapering off (no goals in eight games).

1:50pm - Dave Poulin - Leafs VP of Ops

Lupul's end to end goal vs Carolina was less "lupendous", but "more will than skill". Gardiner being scratched is a matter of it being a process of young player. He had a blip and Leafs were fortunate to have Liles available. Second on depth chart for defencemen depends on the night, because Leafs often play matchup game, and Carlyle is among best in the league at matching minds. Poulin would go after a defenceman if the right deal presents itself. Same story with a goalie. Also may go after a rental if the cost is low enough. Regarding no trade clauses - they are difficult to deal with, but you made that deal so you have to live with it. Chiarelli and the Bruins handled the situation well.

2:45pm - Sean Foley - Tiger's swing coach

All phases of his game have improved since after the "incident". Combination of changing swing based on his physical health/four knee surgeries, and working through his personal challenges. Preparing for the Masters is just a matter of re-scouting the course like any tournament. A lot of changes made to swing due to preserving health. Justin Rose had pelvis issue, which also caused his swing to have to be altered, despite being successful beforehand. All about learning to what your natural movements are. Rory's struggles should not be attributed to his new clubs, as the media has done. He's 24 years old and golf will humble you at times. His talent will get him through. Coming up on 10th anniversary of Mike Weir's Masters win. Perhaps it's inspired the younger Canadian PGAers today as to what they can achieve, but hasn't had such a profound effect on a hockey-centric country. Promo'd the upcoming Mike Weir doc on TSN & Global that his brother Kevin Produced.

3:05pm - Sam Mitchell (in studio)

TSN is working him as hard as a Hebrew you-know-what. Regarding Doug Gottlieb's "diversity" comment - he was just trying to be funny, nothing offensive about it. Charles Barkley is the most powerful media member in the NBA - he's a straight shooter, has the credibility based on his career, and has a way of saying things that he can get away with anything. Re: Shaka Smart sticking with VCU and not leaving for UCLA - "smart man". If you go to UCLA and don't get deep in the Tourney within three years then you're gone, just another guy having coached at a big school. You're not going to top John Wooden. Look at Howland - he took them to three Final Fours, but because he wasn't a Hollywood coach, and haven't won recently, he's gone. College basketball is about the coaches - the best coaches recruit players that'll fit their system, not players that will have to change their games. Regarding the one and done rule - if you can go fight in Iraq, why can't you do what every 18 year old is trying to do - make millions of dollars at 18. It's almost as egregious as slavery to force them to stay in school for the fans' pleasure. He differs on the minimum years rule in football because of the physicality. If players can pass some baseline testing they should be draft-eligible. Sam closes the segment in style ripping producer John Horn's wardrobe to shreds. Classic.

3:30 - Matt Vasgersian - MLB Network Host/Play-By-Play

Jokes about even though he is the voice of "MLB The Show" video game, it's best to play it with the volume down On Verlander's massive contract extension - if you're not going to spend long term money on him, then who? Uber-long term deals never seem to end well and the deal takes him to age 37. He won't be nearly as effective then. Jays are loaded but the games are played on the field. The division hasn't been this vulnerable in years. He likes the Orioles and Rays, not really the Yanks and Sox. AA spent all the money at the perfect time to make them a World Series contender. A-Rod will be making more than entire Astros team this year, which is not good. However there is decent competitive balance this year - 15 teams could make the playoffs this year. Matt expects some form of instant replay to eventually be implemented. He credits the umps for being generally accurate, but can't stand umpire-initiated argument-escalation. Seems like players are being baited by the umps. Also hates how umpires will never admit they're wrong. Loves the James Joyce admission, and he was lauded by fans but chastised by his brethren. Pathetic.

Mar. 28: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan and Jamie chat with The Toronto Star's Kevin McGran, Hurricanes play-by-play man John Forslund and Jonas Siegel about the Iginla trade and tonight's Hurricanes/Leafs game. Jordan Staal also checks in to discuss Alex Semin's new deal and the upcoming NHL trade deadline.


Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch)

Round Table with John Forslund (Canes TV play-by-play) & Kevin McGran (Toronto Star). Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch)

Recapping Iginla's last press conference in Calgary and Leafs beat reporter Jonas Siegel. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show)

Jordal Staal (Carolina Hurricanes), Eric Prisbell (USA Today NCAA writer), Chris Broussard (ESPN). Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show)

Bryan Hayes is joined by Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun to tee up Thursday night's Leafs game and talk about the Jarome Iginla trade to Pittsburgh. Hour 2 Audio


12:00 - Kevin McGran (Toronto Star) and John Forslund (Canes TV play-by-play)

A round-table discussion of the Iginla trade. The Penguins have loaded up and Boston may want to make a move. Pittsburgh and Boston are the elite, but the wild card for McGran is Montreal because they have the best goaltender in the conference in Price. Marc Andre-Fleury is a huge question mark based on last year's playoff performance. Hayes: "Embarrassing....That was 60's goaltending." Noodles believes the Leafs could get out of the first round. The crowd comes alive for the playoffs, even if the regular season crowd is terrible. Forslund joins half way through to discuss the Canes' struggles, after starting the season strong. He expects a desperate team tonight. As for trades they need a solid defenseman and a gritty forward, but that's probably going to be addressed in the offseason rather than at the deadline. If Carolina can sneak into the playoffs, they, along with any team, have a chance as we've seen with upsets in past years. Forslund also likes Semin, the money is a risk, but he's proved to be coachable, likable and committed to turning the Canes around.

1:15 - Jonas Siegel (TSN 1050 Leafs Beat Reporter)

Reimer to start, trying to get him back to form before his injury last year. He's shown in stretches that he can give high-quality goaltending. Regarding Rumours of acquiring a veteran goalie - the Leafs should ask themselves how important that veteran presence is, especially with so few games left in the season. Giguere had a calming effect a few years ago, but the relationship between Reimer and Scrivens is very strong so it may not be necessary. Kessel, Bozak and Lupul are back together, with JVR's scoring tapering off (no goals in eight games).

2:00 - Jordan Staal (Carolina Hurricanes)

Recently Decided to make put on a visor based on Mark taking puck off face, and mom urging him. He loves the prospect of playing with brothers on Team Canada, and has no regrets moving from Pitt to play with his brother and a struggling team. Alex Semin is a great teammate, works hard and elevates guys he plays with, so he doesn't understand the reputation. Asked about the trade deadline - it can be nerve-wracking but you have to focus on what you can control.

2:20 - Eric Prisbell (USA Today NCAA writer)

Not surprised FGCU made the Sweet 16, they deserved a better seeding. In fact all "Cinderellas" are formidable teams. Loves the Wichita St/La Salle matchup even if no one wants to watch it. La Salle has a great back-court, and he picked Wich St to go to the National Championship last year. Despite these great stories, Prisbell expects Big 10 teams to dominate into the Elite 8. He considers Michigan to be favoured over Kansas, despite the seeding, and the Mich St/Duke matchup should be a national title game. Prisbell has spent time with Canadian basketball phenom and Gatorade High School Player of the Year Andrew Wiggins. He doesn't want the spotlight. He's as close to a sure thing as there is. The recruiting has been fierce. He thinks he's leaning towards Florida State with UNC being a possibility as well.

3:00 - Chris Broussard (ESPN)

In person for Miami's 27 game winning streak being snapped. It was a raucous, playoff atmosphere. The streak will almost be a black mark if they can't win a championship. If they do win, they'll be in the discussion as perhaps the best team of all time. Miami is one of the most famous teams ever, not only due to the talent and "unique" way of how they came together, but also because of the 24-hour media/social media cycle. But again, without winning a championship, all this early success will feel "hollow" and the team will become infamous historically. LeBron complaining about getting hammered by the officials is a smart seed to plant in the refs' minds for the playoffs. Superstars already get the benefit of the calls. Now the refs are more aware of how physically he's being played, which may lead to even more favourable calls. Regarding the Raptors, he likes the core, the Gay trade, but the key will be if Valanciunas can realize his potential. If that happens they could be a decent team.

Mar. 27: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan and Jamie chat with Ray Ferraro and James Reimer about the Leafs win over the Panthers and how the team stacks up with other playoff contenders as the trade deadline approaches.


Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch)

Bryan and Jamie recapped the latest on the Maple Leafs and their game last night against the Florida Panthers. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch)

Bryan and Jamie were joined by TSN hockey analyst Ray Ferraro to discuses Tradecentre, visors and the latest on the Leafs and around the NHL. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show)

Bryan was joined by Maple Leaf Goaltender James Reimer Edge of editor Dave Zirin and Andrea Perone of TSN radio. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show)

Bryan was joined by James Duthie to chat about the Canadian hockey teams in the playoff hunt and Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Travis Snider. Hour 2 Audio


1:05pm Ray Ferraro (TSN NHL Analyst)

Ferraro weighed in and had a heated discussion with the guys about visors. He can't believe that anyone thinks it's a good idea for NHLers to not wear a visor. There is no argument that any player can make that a visor is a hindrance to the game. Not wearing a visor is ridiculous in todays game. It's like wearing a seatbelt in a car, its just safer. There is no advantage of taking off a visor once you enter the NHL. If you wore it all your life why take it off now. Ray also weighed in on whether the Rangers will add a player at the deadline and also what the Flames will do with Miikka Kiprusoff. The guys then spoke about what Kiprusoff is dealing with personally and how the Flames should handle the situation. Ray said despite this news making it tough for other teams to want Kiprusoff, teams will definitely be interested. Would the Blues be interested?

2:15pm James Reimer (Maple Leafs goaltender)

Reimer joined the show and gave praise to his partner in crime Ben Scrivens saying he was the reason the team won last night against Florida. The reason for the recent success has been the team in front of him defensively, allowing him to see shots and make easier saves. Reimer says he and Scrivens are friends and although both want to play but it doesn't matter who does as long as the team wins. Reimer addressed whether he would want a veteran goalie on the team to help push him. There are some pros and cons but he likes having a friend like Scrivens supporting him. Reimer also mentioned that Rick St.Croix has played a big role in developing his game. Reimer says his injured knee (MCL) is fine and has cleared up well and he barely notices it. Reimer thinks that shootouts are good for the game from a fans perspective, its also exciting but as a player you kind of feel like you get "cheated" when you lose in a shootout after a tough battle. As far as the playoffs go, the thought of getting close to a playoff spot does come up regularly amongst the players and these next two games are big in the positioning. Reimer also says the team wasn't worried about the slump they were in last week.

2:30pm Dave Zirin (Edge of Sports)

Zirin joined the show to discuss the latest Tiger Woods Nike ad. Zirin says he isn't upset about the ad and is more upset about the Woods/Lindsey Vonn facebook pics. Says the pics creep him out with their bright teeth smiling at you. People should be mad about other things Tiger does such as building golf courses in areas where families were moved out. People should also be mad at Nike for the Pistorious commerical, them backing up Joe Paterno as well as their labour practices in Asia. Says people should get a life and not worry about these ads. Worry about things that are really important in life. Zirin also talked about ARod and how none of the fans in New York he has spoken to want him on the team. He also spoke about the idea of a gay athlete coming out in football being a good idea. There are cultural wins for this to happen and players are now starting to realize this will definitely happen one day soon. Said it's interesting how NFL and NHL players have come out to say they would support a gay player but MLB players have said nothing. Says it makes the most sense for a player to "come out" in the NFL before MLB.

3:00pm James Duthie (in studio)

Duthie came in studio and talked about the Canadian teams and their chances of making the playoffs and how good it will be if 4 or 5 of them make it. Thinks the Leafs playing the Jets in the 1st Round is a good matchup, the Habs will be tough and he wouldn't want to play them. Also the Canucks would have trouble with the Kings if they faced each other. This is a wide open playoff, anyone has a shot, even though the Penguins are the top team. The guys also talked about Trade Deadline Day and Duthie thinks people will tune in just to see if there will be NO trades. People may want to see the show fail.

3:30pm Travis Snider (Pirates)

Snider joined Hayes and talked about his first full season with the Pirates. Snider talked about the expectations of being a 1st Round pick and how it had benefits as he made his way through the minors quickly but it was also good for him as it pushes him to succeed knowing the expectations placed on him. Snider commented on the struggles of Rickey Romero who he considers a friend. Its tough as a pitcher who only goes out there once every 5 days. He thinks Romero can turn things around and he is a "grinder" and will work it out. He will put everything he has to get himself back to the majors. "Baseball is your mistress not your wife, she doesn't love you" it's a tough road but he will come back. Thinks the Blue Jays are going to be strong this year, the fans in TO deserve a good product and they made some big moves and will make a run at the title. Snider also said PNC Park is the best stadium he has ever played in and its great playing on grass but there were benefits to playing at the Rogers Center when the roof is closed in cold weather.

Mar. 26: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan and Jamie chat with Ray Ferraro about last night's loss to the Bruins and Panthers rookie Jonathan Huberdeau checks in to discuss tonight's game with Toronto.


Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch)

Bryan and Jamie break down last night's Leafs-Bruins game, pick their Hyperbaric Chamber players of the game, and take your calls. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch)

Bryan and Jamie chat with TSN Hockey Analyst Ray Ferraro, Panthers' forward Jonathan Huberdeau and TSN 1050 Leafs reporter Jonas Siegel. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show)

Bryan talks about the Alexander Semin deal in relation to Kessel's contract, takes calls, and chats with Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show)

Bryan Hayes talks about the Blue Jays' potential this season and chats about the latest in MLB with Jorge Ortiz of USA Today. Hour 2 Audio


1:05pm Ray Ferraro - TSN Hockey Analyst

Ferraro weighed in on hockey parents brawling in the stands and the intensity level of minor hockey crowds. The guys looked ahead into the busy months in the NHL as the trade deadline, playoffs, and free-agency approach. Ferraro said significant roster shaping will take place after the Stanley Cup playoffs. Hayes, Noodles, and Ray also talked about the Alexander Semin deal and the problems that could come with it.

1:30pm Jonathan Huberdeau - Florida Panthers Forward

Huberdeau is tied for first in points on his team and came into the season just trying to play his best. They chatted about Huberdeau's transition from junior hockey to playing in the NHL. Huberdeau is in the running for the Calder Trophy, but said he's only focused on helping his team win. Tonight will be the first time that Huberdeau steps on the ice at the Air Canada Centre since the CHL prospect game.

1:45pm Jonas Siegel - TSN 1050 Leafs Beat Reporter

Bryan and Jamie talked with Jonas about what to expect in tonight's Leafs-Panthers game. Siegel said Ben Scrivens will most likely get the start tonight because he did not take part in the optional morning skate. James Van Riemsdyk did not have the most productive game against Boston last night, and Jonas said Carlyle is asking more of JVR tonight against the Panthers.

2:30pm Richard Deitsch - Sports Illustrated

Bryan talked with Richard about the recent reports that there is a homosexual player ready to "come out" in the NFL. The guys discussed the potential media coverage of this story that could develop when the player comes out and the journalistic integrity that comes with it. Dietsch said what could make it easier for the player to come out is if that player has a key role their team. The guys also chatted about NCAA basketball and the appeal it has to fans on different levels. Florida Gulf Coast is being considered the Cinderella story of this year's tournament, but how does a team earn that label?

3:30pm Jorge Ortiz - USA Today

Based on his article in the USA Today, in which he predicts the Jays will win the AL East, Jorge talked about the depth in the Blue Jays' line-up and bullpen. A lot has been made about the upgrade in the starting rotation, but Ortiz said Jose Reyes could be the one to help the Jays' find success this season. The guys also chatted about where the Jays could finish in their division and what factors would contribute to that. Ortiz speculated on what could be in store for the New York Yankees this season and despite their injury problems, they shouldn't been taken lightly. He also talked about the Orioles and even though he says they would finish 4th in the AL East, they should not be taken lightly.

Mar. 25: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan and Jamie preview tonight's Leafs/Bruins game in Boston with Jonas Siegel, Ray Ferraro and Bruins Radio Analyst Bob Beers, while ESPN's Bob Harig drops by to recap Tiger Woods win at Bay Hill.


Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch)

Bryan and Jamie recap Saturday's Leafs-Bruins game, take your calls, and check-in with TSN 1050 Leafs beat reporter Jonas Seigel. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch)

Bryan and Jamie preview tonight's Leafs-Bruins game, chat with TSN Hockey Analyst Ray Ferraro and talk with Bruins' Radio Analyst Bob Beers. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show)

Bryan Hayes talks about the Arnold Palmer Invitational with ESPN's Bob Harig, the latest in MLB, and chats with John Lott of the National Post. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show)

Bryan Hayes is joined in-studio by TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun and they talk with newly acquired Penguins' defenceman Douglas Murray. Hour 2 Audio


12:45pm Jonas Siegel (Leafs beat reporter)

Siegel joined the guys to preview the second half of a home and home series between the Leafs and Bruins in Boston tonight. Siegel commented on how Carlyle said he may be interested in trying Hamilton out on the first line with Bozak and Kessel. Kadri has to be given some credit because every player that he's played with has played better because of him and he's sure been something to watch this season. An interesting player to keep an eye on this summer is Clarke MacArthur who will become a free agent, he has said that he really wants to stay in Toronto and play in a playoff game in this city.

1:05pm Ray Ferraro (TSN Hockey analyst)

Ferraro joined Leafs Lunch to discuss the Maple Leafs win over the Bruins Saturday and the rematch tonight as well as teams and possible trades we could see. Ferraro said that Carlyle told him he'd like to see his team play the way they played when the lost 4-2 to the Bruins more often because he thought that was a breakthrough game for them. Ray also mentioned that the Maple Leafs have more of an expectation than a hope that they can go into most places and win games but they are keeping it day to day and game to game and not getting ahead of themselves. Ferraro mentioned that Jarome Iginla and Mikka Kiprusoff could definitely be on the move this year at the trade deadline and that for the Flames to try to add to what they have would be asinine. Ferraro said he liked what the Penguins added with Morrow and Murray and that they needed that upgrade in toughness and grit but to look out for the Bruins who will definitely be in the hunt to make a move.

1:35pm Bob Beers (Bruins radio analyst)

Bob joined Bryan and Jamie today to discuss the Bruins possible plans heading into tonight's game and the trade deadline. Beers said he thinks the team has realized they need to make some moves not just to keep up with Pittsburgh but to fortify some of their own small problems. Iginla would be the most ideal fit for the Bruins because of his resume and everything he'd bring to the locker room from leadership to experience. Beers mentioned that Julien has said he's shifting a bunch of lines around in an effort to find a more consistent offensive output. Milan Lucic is a player that's really been struggling this season with the team and has had up's and down's with looking like he's getting his game back and then others where he takes steps back. Lucic was really frustrated with himself after the team's loss to the Maple Leafs in Toronto on Saturday night.

2:35pm John Lott (National Post)

Jon joined Bryan to talk about the Blue Jays season which is just around the corner now. Lott said that he only started hearing whispers that Arencibia would be catching Dickey in the opener and that he did not see this coming. He did however say that Blue Jays officials were very impressed with how he handled Dickey at the WBC. With Lawrie beginning the season on the DL Gibbons has said that he'll use Izturis at third against right hander's and DeRosa against left hander's. Lawrie looks to be a few weeks away still and even he wasn't able to put a timeline on his return when Lott spoke to him earlier today. The Jays will definitely break camp with Romero as their 5th starter but the question for now is how short his leash is going to be. The Jays can't afford to have a guy going out there this season every fifth day to get beaten up and Happ would likely get the call.

3:15pm Douglas Murray (Penguins NEW defenceman)

Douglas Murray the newest member of the Pittsburgh Penguins joined Bryan and Pierre LeBrun on the Hayes Show today to discuss his trade to the Pens just hours ago. Murray described his feelings on being traded as bittersweet to be leaving the only team he's played for. But he's not surprised given his contract status and the team's play as of late. Murray also mentioned that he's very happy to come to a team that is a serious competitor but described his feelings about leaving San Jose as frustration with the fact they were never able to win anything with the Sharks despite all the great teams they had there.

3:35pm Bob Harig (ESPN Golf Writer)

Bob talked to Bryan about Tiger Woods' re-emergence as world ranked number one player after winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Harig said that Woods is playing some of the best golf he's played in the last three years and he's back to the level of consistency that we've come to expect from him throughout his career. Rory McIlroy shouldn't take any heat at all for not playing in the Arnold Palmer Invitational and any criticism is not right. Harig also weighed in on Garcia's crazy tree climbing and shot from the tree. He didn't understand why he would risk that shot when he was out of the tournament and in fact Harig says Garcia may actually have injured himself.

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