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February 7: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan, Jeff and Jamie break down the Leafs bounce back win versus the Lightning, Ken Hitchcock checks in to talk about Canada’s goaltending situation and the addition of Martin St. Louis, and Bryan is joined by Jake Gardiner to discuss the Leafs’ “Dad’s trip” and the Olympic wager he has with Morgan Rielly.

Audio:

Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jeff and Jamie discuss last night's 4-1 win against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jeff and Jamie are joined by Ray Ferraro and Ken Hitchcock. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Cheryl Pounder, Jake Gardiner and Jonas Siegel. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Chief Correspondent for NFL Newtwork's Player Health and Safety unit Andrea Kremer and Ben Kuzma of the Vancouver Province.





February 6: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan and Jeff tee up tonight’s Leafs/Lightning game on TSN 1050 and discuss Martin St. Louis being named to the Canadian Olympic team with Dave Andreychuk, Ray Ferraro, James Mirtle and Pierre LeBrun.

Audio:

Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan and Jeff talk on Steve Stamkos, Martin St Louis, and are joined by Lightening executive Dave Andreychuk. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan and Jeff are joined by TSN Hockey Analyst Ray Ferraro, and James Mirtle of the Globe and Mail. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan talks NBA officiating, Kyle Lowry, and is joined by Raptors play-by-play announcer Matt Devlin. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Steve Buffery of Sun Media, and TSN hockey Insider Pierre Lebrun. Hour 2 Audio


Recap:

12:30 – Dave Andreychuk, Lightning VP of Corp. and & Community Affairs

Tampa Bay Lightning Executive Dave Andreychuk joins Leafs Lunch after the St.Louis and Stamkos press conference. He describes how badly Stamkos was trying to being ready for the Olympics, how much progress he had made in his rehab and how the results of the latest CT Scan threw everyone off guard. Andreychuk also discusses the relationship between Martin St. Louis and Steve Yzerman since initially being left off Team Canada’s roster. Later on in the interview, Andreychuk goes into detail about how the Lightning have been able to do well despite not having Stamkos in the line up. Finally, he explains how playing in a vacation destination such as Florida could possibly be a distraction for the younger players.

1:05 – Ray Ferrao, TSN Hockey Analyst

TSN Hockey Analyst Ray Ferraro calls in on Leafs Lunch and gives the boys his take on the Leafs thus far into the season. He also goes into detail about how top players on every team are the catalysts for any type of change or action to take place on the ice. Ferraro later discusses the importance of building a team and forming an identity in the process and says that the Leafs need to do a better job of that. Ferraro also chimes in on Martin St. Louis as the replacement for Steve Stamkos on Team Canada, and how much of an impact he'll make in comparison to Stamkos, had he been healthy enough to be on the roster.

1:30 – James Mirtle, Globe and Mail

Globe & Mail writer James Mirtle joins Bryan and Jeff from Tampa after the Martin St. Louis press conference and weighs in on him being named as Stamkos’ replacement. Mirtle also discusses the rehab process of Dave Bolland and speculates on whether or not the Leafs will resign him at the end of the season, and if it's possible that the Leafs will trade him by the deadline. Finally, Mirtle also predicts how many more games Jonathan Bernier will start, once the season starts winding down.

2:30 – Matt Devlin, Raptors Play by Play voice

Toronto Raptors' Play by Play announcer Matt Devlin joins The Bryan Hayes Show and discusses last night's game against the Sacramento Kings. Devlin goes into detail about how the Raptors got themselves off to a slow start and how they had to dig out of it. He later explains that this has happened frequently throughout the year because of poor defence to start the game with. He later chimes in on the questionable officiating throughout the course of the game, especially near the end with Kyle Lowry. Devlin also goes into detail about the sensitivity of today's NBA referees but also goes on to say that NBA basketball is the hardest game to officiate. Hayes and Devlin switch gears on the tail-end of the interview and discuss the troubles of the Cleveland Cavaliers, including the firing of GM Chris Grant, and their loss to an undermanned LA Lakers team.

3:30 – Pierre LeBrun, TSN Hockey Insider (in studio)

TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun joins Bryan Hayes in-studio as they discuss the Sochi Winter Games. LeBrun talks about how much pressure is on the Men's Russian Hockey team since they'll be playing on home ice. Also, he discusses Team Finland at a possible disadvantage with Mikko Koivu not likely being healthy enough to play. They compare his situation to that of Steve Stamkos since he won't be able to play due to injury. Later on in the show, Hayes and LeBrun speculate as to whether or not Ovechkin will finish off his career in Washington, or if he'll sign elsewhere. Following the commercial break, they predict both the Leafs and Sens making it to the post-season. Finally, they also break down a rumor trade between the Oilers and Kings involving Sam Gagne.





February 5: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan, Jamie and Jeff break down the Panthers dominant win over the Leafs last night and are joined by James Duthie and Ray Ferraro to discuss whether David Bolland is a candidate to be dealt and how it seems like David Clarkson’s season has been cursed from the outset.

Audio:

Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jeff and Jamie recap last night's Leafs loss to the Panthers. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jeff and Jamie talk about the Leafs embarrassing loss to the Panthers and are joined by NHL on TSN Host James Duthie. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk and Rachel Axon of USA today. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Jason Jones of the Sacramento Bee and TSN Hockey Analyst Ray Ferraro. Hour 2 Audio


Recap:

1:00 – JAMES DUTHIE, NHL ON TSN HOST

James Duthie joins Bryan, Jeff and Jamie and immediately creeps them out by telling them he’s watching them via the online stream while giving them fashion advice. Once the guys get serious they talk about the possibilities of the Leafs trading Dave Bolland and how GM Dave Nonis should approach it. They continue the trade talk by looking at Ryan Callahan’s situation in New York and what the Rangers should do with him. Finally, they look at the John Tavares’ situation on Long Island and whether or not he should go somewhere else once he hits his prime.

2:15 – RACHEL AXON, USA TODAY

After being in Sochi for 24 hours, Rachel Axon of USA Today joins Bryan to talk about Shaun White backing out of the Slopestyle event in Sochi. She discusses how this will have a negative effect on the event considering he’s one of big names at the Winter Olympics. Axon explains how he wasn’t the favourite in the event but could have still drawn the ratings. Finally, she goes into detail about the Slopestyle course and how it is in fact quite dangerous.

2:30 – MIKE FLORIO, PRO FOOTBALL TALK

Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk and NBC Sports joins Bryan to talk about the new CBS TV deal with the NFL and what it will do for Thursday Night Football. Florio examines how the NFL is trying to grow it’s brand as well, and how it is moving into an international level. He then delves into the Richie Incognito – Jonathan Martin situation and how he sees it just as a friendship but claims there are a few things in there that can raise some red flags. Finally, he talks NFL draft and which teams need franchise QB’s and what teams will do in the later rounds.

3:00 – JASON JONES, SACRAMENTO BEE

Jason Jones of the Sacramento Bee joins Bryan to tee-up the Toronto Raptors/Sacramento Kings game . He reflects on the Rudy Gay trade and what he’s done on the Kings. Jones talks about how Gay has toned it down by taking less shots and ranks around third on the team in shots taken since the trade. He also discusses the team’s struggles and what the future holds in store for them.

3:30 –RAY FERRARO, TSN HOCKEY ANALYST

TSN Hockey Analyst Ray Ferraro joins Bryan to talk about the Leafs embarrassing loss against the Florida Panthers. He also discusses Ryan Callahan’s situation in New York and what he sees happening there. Ray examines David Clarkson’s short tenure with the Leafs and how he seems cursed here, and can’t even hide from it in Toronto which he could do back in his days with New Jersey.





February 4: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan and Jeff tee up Panthers/Leafs and chat with Claude Loiselle who says that despite their latest winning stretch, the team is capable of stepping up their defensive game, and Dan Shulman joins Bryan in studio to discuss how Tyler Ennis is climbing up NBA Draft boards for the undefeated Syracuse Orange.

Audio:

Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan and Jeff tee up tonight's Leafs matchup versus the Panthers. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan and Jeff are joined by TSN Hockey Commentator Gord Miller and Toronto Maple Leafs Assistant General Manager Claude Loiselle. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by ESPN NFL Analyst Trent Dilfer. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined live in-studio by ESPN's Dan Shulman, Sean Fitzgerald, live from Sochi, and TSN Hockey Analyst Ray Ferraro. Hour 2 Audio


Recap:

1:00 – GORD MILLER (in studio), TSN HOCKEY COMMENTATOR

TSN Hockey Commentator Gord Miller joins Bryan and Jeff live in-studio to preview the Olympics. Gord discusses Pavel Datsyuk’s injury and how Detroit should be weary to let him play in Sochi, but knows that he would go even if he were in a wheelchair. He then compares it to Steve Yzerman’s situation in 2002 and how Canadians seemed to be fine with it. Gord also explains why drafting is the clear commonality amongst the elite NHL teams and that is part of the reason why the Vancouver Canucks are such a disaster. Him and the guys then get into a lively discussion about throwing young players in the NHL too early in their careers.

1:35 – CLAUDE LOISELLE, LEAFS ASSISTANT GM

Claude Loiselle, the Toronto Maple Leafs Assistant GM, joins Leafs Lunch to talk about his team’s recent success. He says that he’s actually excited for the Olympic break, despite the momentum going for the Leafs right now, since it allows his team to get healthier. Loiselle also chats about the looming trade deadline and how he expected a lot more talks and calls around this point, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. Finally, Loiselle examines the impressive play of Troy Bodie, Nazem Kadri, Phil Kessel and his rookie defenseman Morgan Rielly.

2:35 – TRENT DILFER, ESPN NFL ANALYST

Following this past weekend’s Super Bowl, ESPN NFL Analyst Trent Dilfer discusses the biggest issue with the Broncos from Sunday. He also reflects on Richard Sherman’s comments about how the NFC Championship was the Seahawks’ Super Bowl, seeing the 49ers as the second best team in the league. He then discusses the possibility of a Seahawks dynasty, and how greed will sadly determine whether or not they can stay successful like the Patriots have. Lastly, Dilfer talks about the Incognito/Martin bullying situation and how owners will always give those guys a shot.

3:00 – DAN SHULMAN (in studio), ESPN

Dan Shulman, ESPN’s College Hoops and Sunday Night Baseball broadcaster, joins Bryan live in-studio to talk some NCAA basketball. He discusses Syracuse Point-Guard and Brampton native Tyler Ennis’ tremendous play this season. Shulman also delves into why he, along with most college athletes, should commit for at least 2 years for their teams as it’s better for fans, ratings, and the sport overall. However, he also explains why some guys decide to only play for one year.

3:15 – SEAN FITZGERALD, NATIONAL POST

Sean Fitzgerald of the National Post calls in from Sochi, Russia to talk about the concerns surrounding this year’s upcoming Olympics. He explains what he sees going on with the stray dogs and how many places seem to be rushing to finish any sort of construction on the Olympic venues. Sean also says that security is very noticeable, especially with Vladimir Putin wanting to be a presence at these games.

3:30 – RAY FERRARO, TSN HOCKEY ANALYST

TSN Hockey Analyst Ray Ferraro joins Bryan to talk about the circus going on in Vancouver. There’s a lot of clowning around on John Tortorella’s end and Ray explains why the players should be, and likely are, fed up with him. He also brings up the fact that Canucks General Manager Mike Gillis is stuck now since the only way he can improve this team is through a draft, and can’t trade away those picks. Ray also previews the return of David Clarkson and how he’s playing on the third line with Raymond and Bolland, which can be a good thing for the Leafs going forward. Finally, he reflects on how so many teams clearly missed out on acquiring Jonathan Bernier, especially Edmonton.





February 3: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan, Jamie and Jeff debate Phil Kessel’s Hart Trophy candidacy after another standout performance Saturday night versus the Senators with Ray Ferraro, and Bryan is joined by Alex Marvez to discuss how Russell Wilson managed to outplay Peyton Manning in Super Bowl XLVIII.

Audio:

Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jamie and Jeff recap Phil Kessel's hat-trick performance versus the Sens and are joined by Dimitry Chesnokov of Yahoo Sports. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jeff and Jamie are joined by TSN Hockey Analyst Ray Ferraro. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Former NFL Wide Reciever Qadry Ismail, Writer for Golf Channel.com, Ryan Lavner and TSN 1050 Raptors reporter Josh Lewenberg.

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Maple Leafs Color Analyst Jim Ralph and Fox Sports 1's Alex Marvez.


Recap:

12:30 – DMITRY CHESNOKOV, PUCK DADDY

Puck Daddy Writer Dmitry Chesnokov joins Leafs Lunch to talk about the pressures for Team Russia in Sochi. He talks about how much pressure is actually on Ovechkin more so than any other player on the team. Dmitry also talks to the guys about Pavel Datsyuk’s captaincy for Russia and how it’s the first time he’s going to wear the C since a young age, but couldn’t be happier doing it for his national team. Finally, he mentions how it’s Gold or Bust for Team Russia in Sochi.

1:35 – RAY FERRARO, TSN HOCKEY ANALYST

Ray comes on to chat about Randy Carlyle’s decision to send a sick James van Riemsdyk on a separate flight from the team to Florida. He explains the non-call on Brandon Gallagher at the end of the Jets/Habs game as well as the Nazem Kadri hit on Senators defenseman Cody Ceci. Ray then looks at the team as a whole and how Brian Burke should be given more credit, especially considering how Phil Kessel has brought his game to a whole other level.

2:15 – QADRY ISMAIL, RETIRED NFL WR

Qadry Ismail, retired NFL Wide-Receiver and NFL Analyst, reflects back on last night’s Super Bowl. The Seahawks came out the victor last night and embarrassed the Broncos, Qadry talks about how the kickoff return to start the second half was the moment he knew the game was over. He then discusses what this game meant for Peyton Manning’s legacy and explains why he’ll go down as one of the best but not THE best.

2:30 – RYAN LAVNER, GOLF CHANNEL

With Graham Delaet’s recent success (finishing 2nd in two straight tournaments), Golf Channel Analyst Ryan Lavner joins Bryan to talk about how his play is something to start paying attention to. He also discusses Tiger Woods’ struggles so far this year and what he has to do to be competitive in the Masters that are coming up in just a few months. Lavner delves deeper into Tiger’s game and explains why there’s a serious cause for concern.

2:45 – JOSH LEWENBERG, TSN 1050 RAPTORS BEAT REPORTER

Following an impressive weekend by the Raptors, TSN 1050 Raptors Beat Reporter Josh Lewenburg joins Bryan to chat some hoops. Josh reflects back on Friday’s win against Denver and how the team was actually less impressive there than in their loss to Portland. He also talks about Demar Derozan’s incredible play this season and how him and Kyle Lowry have come full-circle to become those all-around players that the Raptors need.

3:00 – JIM RALPH, TSN 1050 LEAFS COLOUR ANALYST

TSN 1050 Toronto Maple Leafs Colour Commentator, Jim Ralph joins Bryan to talk about the recent success of the Blue & White. He talks about how the Ottawa Senators are obviously upset following the Kadri hit and their loss to the buds, but explains how human error is just part of the game. The guys then discuss whether or not Phil Kessel should get Hart Trophy consideration, which they both believe he should. Jim also talks about Phil Kessel’s shyness and how he’s surprised this kid has been able to handle all this attention, especially in Toronto.

3:30 – ALEX MARVEZ, FOX SPORTS 1

Alex Marvez of Fox Sports 1 joins Bryan to reflect on the Super Bowl. He talks about the Seahawks’ dominance and whether or not you can blame Peyton for the loss. Alex explains why you can’t since the team as a whole played worse than they did all year. He also explains why Peyton isn’t a Top 5 Quarterback (all time) since he doesn’t have enough championships and how Russell Wilson impressed him last night. Finally, Alex sheds some light on the entire Super Bowl experience in New York/New Jersey.



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