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January 31: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan, Jamie and Jeff chat with Jonathan Bernier about the reasons behind the Leafs recent turnaround, and Bryan is joined by Warren Moon to discuss the Super Bowl quarterback matchup of Peyton Manning versus Russell Wilson.


Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jeff and Jamie recap last night's Leafs win against the Panthers and take your calls. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jeff and Jamie are joined by TSN Hockey Analyst Ray Ferraro and Toronto Maple Leafs Goaltender Jonathan Bernier. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by 3x NBA Champion Bruce Bowen, Hall of Fame QB Warren Moon, and Edmonton Oilers Goaltender Ben Scrivens. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Former NFLer Mack Strong and Anaheim Ducks Forward Andrew Cogliano. Hour 2 Audio

January 30: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan and Jeff tee up tonight’s Panthers/Leafs game with Jonas Siegel and Ray Ferraro, and Bryan is joined by Dan Shulman to discuss the Blue Jays position in free agency and Mike Florio to recap the top storylines heading into Sunday’s Super Bowl.


Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan and Jeff preview tonight's matchup between the Leafs and the Panthers and are joined by Jonas Siegel. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan and Jeff preview tonight's game vs the Panthers, are joined by TSN Hockey Analyst Ray Ferraro, and Jeff takes part in a spelling bee. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Hayes chimes in on the chances of Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan being named all star reserves tonight and is joined by Dan Shulman and Mike Florio. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Director of UFC operations Tom Wright and TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun. Hour 2 Audio

January 29: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Following the Leafs win over the Lightning, Bryan, Jamie and Jeff break down the standout performance by Nazem Kadri and discuss his post-game comments with Ray Ferraro.


Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jeff, and Jamie break down the highlights of the Leafs victory over the Lightning last night. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jeff, and Jamie discuss Nazem Kadri's performance and his post-game comments and are joined by TSN Hockey Analyst Ray Ferraro. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan talks Raptors, Argos and Tim Leiweke's recent comments. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by the Senior Vice President of the Orlando Magic Pat Williams and Steve Simmons of Sun Media. Hour 2 Audio



Ray Ferraro joins Leafs Lunch to talk about the Detroit Red Wings. Jeff “O-Dog” O’Neill is not impressed with Jimmy Howard’s play but Ray debates why the team is not all about him. The guys also discuss the possibility of the Red Wings making it into the playoffs and how they’re in tough to even get a wildcard seed. Ray also chats about the rumours surrounding the LA Kings, who he feels have to be more competitive, and the comments made by Nazem Kadri following last night’s win.


With NBA Commissioner David Stern stepping down on February 1st, Author and Senior VP of the Orlando Magic Pat Williams, chats about the legacy he is leaving with the league. Williams reflects on how Stern made the league a worldwide entity and how he was both feared and loved as a leader. He also talks about how he watches what other leagues are doing to market themselves and about his new book “Coach Wooden’s Greatest Secret.”


Former VP of player personnel with the Dallas Cowboys, Gil Brandt, joins Bryan live from Super Bowl radio row in NYC to chat about the match up between the Broncos and Seahawks this weekend.


On the eve of the Toronto Blue Jays State of the Union Address, Steve Simmons joins Bryan to talk about what they hope to hear from the team. Simmons mentions how the team can’t expect to go into Spring Training with this pitching staff. He also debates how much the team should spend for pitchers and make sure to not overspend for them either. Simmons then discusses how 4 and 5 pitchers can’t be difference makers in the playoffs so the team shouldn’t bother looking at those types of players.

January 28: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Live from the ACC, Bryan, Jamie and Jeff tee up tonight’s Leafs-Lightning matchup on TSN 1050 with Jonas Siegel and Ray Ferraro, and Alex Killorn stops by to discuss how Tampa Bay has continued their winning ways despite the loss of Steven Stamkos.


Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jeff, and Jamie are joined by Alex Killorn and Jonas Siegel. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jeff, and Jamie are joined by Ray Ferraro and Henrik Lundqvist. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Sean Deveney and Mike Lodish. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Damian Cristodero and Alex Marvez and Dave Poulin. Hour 2 Audio


12:10 – Alex Killorn – Tampa Bay Lightning Forward

Alex joins the show live in the booth after the game day skate to chat about tonight’s matchup against the Leafs, as well as how the Lightning have been able to turn their season around after a disappointing 2012-13. Alex talks about the impact both Martin St.Louis and Ben Bishop have had on the team’s success thus far, especially with St. Louis’ leadership qualities. Alex also discusses St. Louis not making the Canadian Olympic team, how he has dealt with it, and how well he’s performed since the announcement.

12:45 – Jonas Siegel – TSN 1050 Leafs Reporter

Jonas joins the show ahead of tonight’s Leafs-Lightning matchup, and the guys discuss the upcoming stretch of games against beatable teams like Florida, Tampa Bay and Ottawa. Jonas also talks about the question the Leafs are facing with James Reimer getting a start before the Olympic break, saying the Leafs need to give Reimer a start this week so he isn’t sitting on the shelf from now until after the Olympics.

1:00 – Ray Ferraro – TSN Hockey Analyst

Ray joins the program and immediately recounts his past with Pasi Nurminen – one of those obscure teammates that everyone had and absolutely loved. Ray also talks about Dion Phaneuf’s offensive output and his drop in production this year, and how the acquisition of Tim Gleason will help, as well as Steven Stamkos’ insistence on trying to return in time for the Olympics, and how that might play out with the Lightning owner who has a vested interest in Stamkos’ health.

1:35 – Henrik Lundqvist – New York Rangers Goaltender

King Henrik joins Leafs Lunch to chat about the NHL Stadium Series over this past weekend and the second upcoming game at Yankee Stadium. Henrik also recaps the feeling of walking out during the game and seeing 50,000 fans filling Yankee Stadium, and compares it the Winter Classic game in Philadelphia from a couple of years ago. Henrik also discusses the Super Bowl in New York this weekend, and the buzz surrounding it despite the fact that there always seems to be something big going on in NYC.

2:15 – Mike Lodish – Former NFLer, 2X Super Bowl Champion

A six-time participant in the Super Bowl, Mike joins Bryan on the Hayes Show to talk about his experiences at the Super Bowl, especially on media day. Mike talks about the year his entire offensive line refused to talk to the media, and how he was interviewed live on TV by an interviewer who thought he was on the O-line. Mike also talks about the Bills success through the late 80’s and early 90’s, and how the Bills reached four straight Super Bowls and still weren’t able to win even one of them.

2:30 – Sean Deveney – Sporting News NBA Writer

Sean joins Bryan to chat some hoops following an exciting past week for the Raptors, including Terrence Ross’ 51-point night against the Clippers and Kyle Lowry’s performance last night against Brooklyn. The Raptors are playing a much different style than they were when Rudy Gay was still here – he and DeRozan were redundant and bringing in veterans like John Salmons and Chuck Hayes has really helped the team both in the room and on the floor. Sean also talks about Kyle Lowry’s outstanding play of late, and credits the work he’s put in on his outside shot – but the knack on Lowry has always been that he isn’t a great team leader.

3:00 – Damian Cristodero – Tampa Bay Times

Damian joins the show ahead of tonight’s Leafs-Lightning game to chat about Steven Stamkos’ recovery and the media attention surrounding it, as well as the possibility of Stamkos returning for the Olympics before playing in an NHL game first. Damian also discusses Steve Yzerman’s conflict of interest regarding putting Stamkos into Team Canada’s lineup, as well as the strain that has been put on Yzerman’s relationship with Martin St. Louis after St. Louis was left off the Olympic team. Damian discusses the success the Lightning have had this season without Stamkos, and attributes much of their good fortune to Ben Bishop’s play.

3:15 – Alex Marvez – Fox Sports 1

Alex joins the show from New York after media day leading up to the Super Bowl, and what to look for heading up to Sunday’s game. Alex discusses some of the back-stories of players like Richard Sherman of Demaryius Thomas and how amazing it is that they were even able to become adults, let alone great football players. Alex discusses Sherman’s impact as the best cornerback in the game and compares him to Darrelle Revis, and also talks about the matchup he’ll face with Thomas and how both individuals are at the top of the game right now. With the Super Bowl nearing, the guys wonder about what crazy story will come out this week such as last season’s deer antler spray.

3:30 – Dave Poulin – Maple Leafs Vice President of Hockey Operations

Dave joins Bryan in the booth at the ACC ahead of tonight’s game, and discusses how the Lightning have surprised a lot of people this season with their level of play, especially without Steven Stamkos. Dave also talks about dealing with media and fan pressure in Toronto after a good stretch or a bad one, and points out that most fans would likely have taken being 4th place in the East at the beginning in the season. Poulin also discusses how the Olympic break is affecting trade discussions, as well as the impatience among Leafs observers and how some forget just how young this team is.

January 27: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan, Jamie and Jeff chat about James Reimer’s recent struggles and the Leafs inability to find secondary scoring from the likes of Joffrey Lupul and Nazem Kadri with Ray Ferraro, and Bryan is joined by Trent Dilfer and Bill Romanowski to tee up the beginning of Super Bowl week.



Ray Ferraro joins Leafs Lunch to talk about the outdoor games from this past weekend. Ray mentions how the positioning of the stands is a big factor in these games, reflecting on his son’s experience playing at Comerica and how the player’s depth perception was completely thrown off. He then discusses the fatigue factor following the Olympics and how players will have a tough time adjusting to the time change after the tournament. Finally, Ray examines the possibility of James Reimer being traded and Carey Price’s recent awful play.


With the Super Bowl less than a week away, ESPN’s Trent Dilfer joins Bryan to chat about what this means for Peyton’s legacy. He claims that winning or losing this weekend won’t affect his legacy since he has influenced the game of football so much already in many facets. Trent then looks at how Richard Sherman has been marketing himself since beating the 49ers and how he’s got to tread carefully and avoid creating outside noise. With a recent survey coming out about how 85% of players would play in the Super Bowl with a concussion, Dilfer explains why he would too, even though he’s had 14 concussions in his career.


With this week’s Super Bowl in the chilly New York City, 4-time Super Bowl Champion Bill Romanowski explains that as tough as he’s perceived, he would never want to play for the championship in the cold. Even though the weather won’t be great, Romanowski believes that this will be an unbelievable Super Bowl considering Peyton Manning’s skill and Richard Sherman’s personality. He also talks about the thrill of winning a Super Bowl and how, as he got older, he appreciated playing in so many. Finally, Romo chats about the Pro Bowl and how he would never hit his own players, something we saw a few times this past weekend.

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