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July 23: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan, along with Bill Hayes are joined by David Booth to chat about his decision to sign with the Leafs, and Jim Trotter checks in to discuss Tony Dungy’s comments regarding Michael Sam.


Hour 1 (Blue Lunch):

Hour 1 of Blue Lunch. Jeff O'Neill joins. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Blue Lunch):

Hour 2 of Blue Lunch. Bill Paul and Eric Macramalla join. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Scott MacArthur and David Booth join. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Craig Button and Jim Trotter join. Hour 2 Audio

July 22: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan, along with Bill Hayes are joined by Kyle Dubas to chat about his surprise hiring by the Leafs, and Dirk Hayhurst checks in to discuss Drew Hutchison’s struggles and Aaron Sanchez’s call-up.


Hour 1 (Blue Lunch):

Bryan and Bill Hayes are joined by Steve Simmons. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Blue Lunch):

Bryan and Bill Hayes discuss the Dubas hiring. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by new Leafs assistant GM Kyle Dubas and TSN 1050 Jays reporter Dirk Hayhurst. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Dominic Moore of the New York Rangers, and Steve Kouleas from TSN's That's Hockey. Hour 2 Audio


12:30 – Steve Simmons, Sun Media & The Reporters

Steve Simmons says that Brendan Shanahan has put his stamp on the organization with the shrewd hiring of Kyle Dubas. He wonders why they’ve kept Dave Nonis and Randy Carlyle and fired everyone else around them? He speculates that the Leafs are going to bring in another person into management soon. He says Dubas wasn’t brought in just as a stats guy, but a good hockey guy as well. He expects Shanny to give Nonis & Carlyle a chance, despite the recent hirings basically putting them on an island.

2:15 – Kyle Dubas, Leafs Assistant General Manager

He's been lucky in his career to get to where he is now, he was given a lot of good opportunities through his career, and he's excited to be where he is now. Dubas wants to learn from the Leafs, he wants to learn from the different perspectives in the front office, and he hopes to bring his own new perspective to the Leafs and their operations. He had to learn how to be successful in Sault Ste Marie. He says you need to find out how to be successful in different markets and advanced stats was his way of making his team successful in the market they were in. The OHL and NHL are completely different, he viewed his job in the Soo as having to give these players the best opportunity to make the pros and give them the chance to make plays with the puck. No matter how old a player is they want to make plays with the puck and he believes that will be the same in the NHL. Dubas believes analytics is in a primitive stage and there has been some great work done already by smart people who are beginning to get hired by NHL teams. He's already learned a lot from talking with Dave Nonis, Nonis was once a young assistant like him in Vancouver and he’s enjoyed talking to him about his experiences there.

2:30 – Dirk Hayhurst, TSN 1050 Jays Analyst

Dirk thinks that Drew Hutchison is still a young pitcher and as such he’s bound to struggle at times. He’s not a battle tested veteran. He says that Sanchez will come out of the bullpen because of his usage so far and the fact they don’t want to overextend him. He says that baseball is becoming more comfortable with Tommy John surgery instead of opting to try to cease the struggles by softer throwers or pitch counts. He doesn’t think Chase Headley is going to be the saviour in New York and the Padres missed on the chance to trade him in his peak.

3:15 – Dominic Moore, New York Rangers (in studio)

Dominic Moore talks about his experience at the ESPYs last week, as he was up for Best Comeback Athlete, and gives his thoughts on Drake’s performance. He talks about making into the finals with the Rangers and the rumoured Stanley Cup hangover. He says that while you enjoy the Summer when it’s there, he craved coming back to hockey. He says that he’s not sure how he feels about expansion, but he thinks it’s a good thing to expose the game to more people.

3:30 – Steve Kouleas, TH2N Host (in studio)

The Leafs hiring Dubas today is a bold move and it seems as if the NHL is in a new era where advanced statistics are being looked at more and more. It will be interesting to see what impact Dubas' has on the team. The Leafs don’t have a top talent like a Toews or Getzlaf, and if you don't have one of those guy you should take the time to build like the Sabres are doing rather than chase those top teams to no avail. The Leafs current administration has had enough time and they seem to be opening their eyes to all possibilities in a constantly changing and evolving game. The Leafs are still a long ways away, they need to get to a good start early on but what happens this year will likely be irrelevant to where they are in 2018 or further.

July 21: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan, along with Bill Hayes are joined by Cody Franson to chat about his new deal and the trade rumours that have been attached to him this off-season, and Steve Tolleson checks in to chat about the Jays’ upcoming serious with the Red Sox and whether the team feels like it can compete with their current roster.


Hour 1 (Blue Lunch):

Hour 1 of Blue Lunch. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Blue Lunch):

Jonas Siegel and Pete Prisco join. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Steve Tolleson and Cody Franson join. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Jeff O'Neill and Pedro Gomez join. Hour 2 Audio


12:33pm Peter Oosterhuis – The Golf Channel / CBS Golf Analyst

Oosterhuis, the winner of the 1981 Canadian Open, was amazed by McIlroy’s 2nd round scores in the past but he is an amazing talent and he showed it this weekend. He said McIlroy is going to be taking Tiger’s place at the top of the golf world and he isn’t sure if Woods will regain his form. He said if Garcia doesn’t win a Major it will be a disappointing thing. He is an emotional guy and is often stressed out and buckles under pressure. He has the talent but he needs a more calm demeanor. On Rickie Fowler, he has the talent to go places and should be a contender especially with the clothes he wears.

1:17pm Jonas Siegel – TSN 1050 Maple Leafs Reporter

Siegel gave his thoughts on the Maple Leafs and Cody Franson agreeing on a one-year deal ahead of their arbitration case.

1:33pm Pete Prisco – CBS NFL Insider

Prisco addressed the Tony Dungy comments on Michael Sam being a distraction for any team he coached. He said he doesn’t agree with what Dungy said and he is surprised that he said it. No one cares what players do off the field. Prisco said Marcell Dareus has a pattern of bad behaviour and he should show up in camp in shape, there is no excuse for it. On the NFL in Toronto, Prisco said both Buffalo and Toronto need new stadiums. The Rogers Centre is a horrendous venue, it is outdated and uncomfortable. Stadiums dictate what happens in the NFL. Who gets the Super Bowl, who gets expansion teams stadiums determine everything and whoever builds a new stadium will have the best shot. Even the Jaguars have updated their stadium with the best wireless out there, huge screens etc… He said the NFL will never allow gambling in stadiums but some states will allow it soon.

2:17pm Steve Tolleson – Blue Jays Infielder

Tolleson joined the show and spoke about how the All-Star break was agood timing. He said the Jays have the pieces to compete and the AL East especially since the AL East doesn’t have the star power in the past which helps. He said he can’t explain why so many players in baseball are getting hurt these days but players are throwing hard and hitting further and working to the max so injuries happen. Tolleson echoed what Jose Bautista said at the All-Star Break saying a move would show they are trying to win but if they don’t make a move he feels they have what it takes once the key injured players come back. When you lose all those guys all at once, it’s not easy.

2:32pm Cody Franson – Maple Leafs Defenceman

Franson said arbitration is not a fun process and agreeing to this deal was fair for both sides. On the fact he has signed 1-year deals three years in a row, he said this was the best route for him but he certainly hopes he’ll get a longer term deal next year. He has never had the feeling of security and it’s no big deal but a two year deal would be nice to help him relax a little. On almost being traded to Montreal, Franson called the experience nerve-wracking and understands that it’s a business in the NHL. He said he expected moves to be made at the end of the season following the Leafs collapse but he reiterated that he wants to remain with the Leafs. On the rumor that he would was going to be part of the Josh Gorges trade with the Habs and Leafs, he said he prefers not to think about that or to even enquire with his agent if that story was true that he was about to be moved. No one was happy with the end of last season and the team expected moves would happen in the off-season, he just hoped it wouldn’t be him.

3:05pm Jeff O’Neill – TSN 1050 Leafs Lunch

O’Neill joined the show and spoke on a number of topics including the Leafs agreeing to a deal with Cody Franson, McIlroy winning the Open Championship and selfies. He also suggested Rickie Fowler should change his first name to “Rick.”

3:33pm Pedro Gomez – ESPN Baseball Analyst

Gomez said that Toronto is the largest single team market in all of baseball but the Jays may have added all their payroll a year ago. From what he knows, the Jays are scouting players on other teams but teams will want players back. He said there isn’t that much out there that is worth acquiring. When talking about the AL East, he picked the Baltimore Orioles to conquer the field. In spite of this, he sees the Yankees having a realistic chance. Gomez said that the AL East could only require 88-90 victories to win the division. He also said that the Washington Nationals help to put pressure on the Orioles by commanding attention within their shared market.

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