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May 17: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Filling in for Mike, Mike Hogan chats with Pierre McGuire and James Duthie about last night's NHL playoff action and Richard Griffin checks in to preview the Blue Jays' series in New York versus the Yankees.


Video:

Leafs Breakfast

Darren Dreger joins Mike Hogan to discuss James Reimer's role on the Maple Leafs. WATCH!

Pierre McGuire

Pierre McGuire joins Mike Hogan to discuss Raffi Torres' suspension and other NHL playoff action. WATCH!

Audio:

Hour 1:

Leafs clean out their lockers, Team USA John Gibson talks World Hockey Championships, & the New York Knicks stave off elimintation. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Pierre McGuire - NHL on NBC, Leafs Breakfast, discussing Raffi Torres's suspension. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 3:

Leafs report card, James Duthie - NHL on TSN, Richard Griffin - Toronto Star, MLB Insider. Hour 3 Audio


Recap:

6:30 John Gibson – Team USA Goalie

Coming off an 8-3 blowout yesterday vs. Team Russia it's safe to say that the players on Team USA are having a blast at the World Hockey Championships. Gibson found out he would be playing goal for Team USA three short days before the tournament commenced. It's always an honour to represent your country at any level, & the World Hockey Championships are great because of the abundance of quality NHL players. This competition is a great experience because "you're participating against the best players in the world" & the pace is far quicker compared to the World Juniour Championships. Team USA now has to remain focused prior to their matchup vs. Team Switzerland in the next round.

7:15 Pierre McGuire – NHL on NBC Analyst

San Jose Sharks forward Raffi Torres was suspended for the rest of the second round of the playoffs because of his poor reputation. The Torres vs. Stoll hit was not as bad as the Torres vs. Hossa incident therefore; the suspension is far shorter in length. It's also important to note that Eric Gryba & Justin Abdelkader both were suspended for two games even though neither player has a history of being dirty. The Boston Bruins won a tremendous hockey game vs. the New York Rangers in overtime last night. Both teams have "players that can hit you" however the Bruins must continue to overcome the loss of three veteran defenseman (Ferrence, Seidenberg, Redden) The Bruins have a very effective fourth line composed of Paille, Campbell, Thornton, & the Rangers will have to figure out a way to shut them down. Boston defenseman Johnny Boychuk suffered two injuries last night but indicated that he will be "good to go" for game two on Sunday afternoon. New York Rangers forward Rick Nash played his best game of the playoffs last night however, it is obvious that he is not 100%. Nash has done a great job of contributing defensively, but will eventually have to score some goals if New York wants to move onto the next round. Don't count out the Detroit Red Wings yet because they have veteran leadership, proud professionalism, a goalie that can steal games, & a very creative coach. Chicago could run into trouble if this becomes a long series.

7:30 Bob Weeks – Host "Score Golf"

Keegan Bradley had a great start at round one of the Byron Nelson Championship. Bradley hinted afterwards that he had "really good numbers" meaning his shots into the greens were full swings & his putting was in form. This is what happens when you have a "magical day where everything comes together." Bradley's 60 was more impressive than Mickelson's 60 at Phoenix because "Bradley didn't miss any opportunities aside from two bogeys." If Bradley can establish some consistency in his game, he might be able to become one of the elite golfers on the tour. Guan Tianlang continues to amaze as he prepares for the U.S. Open qualifiers in the coming weeks. Once Tianglang "fills out a little bit" he will be a force to be reckoned with for many years to come.

7:45 Leafs Breakfast – Darren Dreger: NHL Insider

Now that the dust has settled it's report card time. James Reimer did a great job responding to numerous offseason distractions (Luongon, previous injuries, new goaltending coach) let's give him a B+ or an A-. It's quite conceivable that Leafs management looks at adding a veteran goaltending presence prior to next years training camp & could express some interest in (Bernier, Smith, Luongo, Hiller) Toronto should take a serious look at signing potential UFA David Clarkson (top 6 forward, with a bit of a physically edge) The Maple Leafs will also have to sort out Tyler Bozak's contract, & figure out where Mikhail Grabovski/Nazem Kadri fit into the lineup. Perhaps the Leafs should contemplate trading one of either Phaneuf/Kessel due to the fact that their value is at an all-time high.

8:15 James Duthie – Host "NHL on TSN"

The 2013 playoffs have been great, but there really haven't been too many surprises in round one. Ottawa & Detroit were "technically" upsets however; the rest of the playoffs have played out according to plan. The most dominating aspect of these playoffs is "just how dominant the Western Conference has been" (St. Louis vs. Los Angeles was a far better series than New York vs. Washington) Aside from the Pittsburgh Penguins the Eastern Conference is pretty much up for grabs. Too bad we didn't get to see a Toronto vs. New York Rangers series because we would've gotten plenty of good material from head coach John Tortorella.

8:30 Richard Griffin – MLB Writer Toronto Star

One of the biggest questions facing the Blue Jays this season has been whether or not pitcher Ricky Romero will be able to return to his All-Star form from 2011. Right now the Jays are working on Romero's mechanics however; it has become a slow/arduous process for both parties. The sad part if that when you have the "good Ricky Romero" he's a treat to watch (see 2010/2011) The Jays have managed to patch four wins together thanks to the efforts of journeymen Ramon Ortiz & Chad Jenkins. Jenkins might get one more start until Josh Johnson returns to the lineup therefore, don't expect either of these players to be in Toronto for the long term future. The Blue Jays bats have finally come to life (Bautista, Encarnacion, Cabrera, Lawrie) & will need to continue to produce vs. the New York Yankees in order to get back into the thick of the playoff race.



May 16: Show In Review

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With the Leafs holding their final team media session of the season, Mike chats with Darren Dreger and Steve Simmons about what moves Leafs management should consider heading into the offseason, including a Phil Kessel contract extension.


Video:

Leafs Breakfast

Darren Dreger and Steve Simmons join Mike Richards to discuss the pressure of playing for the Maple Leafs. WATCH!

Pierre McGuire

Pierre McGuire joins Mike Richards to discuss the Blackhawks Game 1 win over the Red Wings. WATCH!

"Bob Cole's money is on Chicago"

Bob Cole joins Mike Richards in studio to discuss the Blackhawks and Red Wings series. WATCH!

"We're swinging the bats"

Blue Jays manager John Gibbons joins Mike Richards in studio to discuss the Jays bats coming to life. WATCH!

Audio:

Hour 1:

The Jays win their series vs. the Giants, Jeff O'Neill breaks down the Maple Leafs season, & Team Canada prepares for the World Hockey Championships. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Pierre McGuire, Darren Dreger, Steve Simmons discuss the NHL playoffs & Phil Kessel's contract situation, & the "fake" John Gibbons live in-studio! Hour 2 Audio

Hour 3:

Dave Randorf previews today's Canada vs. Sweden matchup, Jack Armstrong talks NBA playoffs, & Bob Cole Chicks I Like. Hour 3 Audio


Recap:

7:15 Pierre McGuire – NHL on NBC Analyst

Chicago Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa might be one of the NHL's most underrated superstars. The most amazing aspect of Hossa's game (aside from his size/skill set) is his exceptional two way play & strong commitment to team defense. Detroit goaltender Jimmy Howard kept the Red Wings in game one before eventually succumbing to Chicago's relentless fore check. Let's give Detroit a bit of a break because they are coming off a long seven game series vs. the Anaheim Ducks therefore, they should be much better once game two rolls around on Saturday afternoon. Injuries could play a major factor in the New York Rangers vs. Boston Bruins series. The Bruins are riddled with injuries on defense (Seidenberg, Ferrence, Redden) & the Rangers bolstered their offense at the trade deadline. If the Bruins injury situation on defense doesn't improve soon they could be in for a very tough series, & Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist might be the best goalie in the NHL. The Raffi Torres hit on Robyn Regehr was much worse than the Jarret Stoll hit. The saddest part of this situation is that Torres has the potential to be an impact player in the NHL. How many times will he target player's heads before getting the message?

7:45 Leafs Breakfast – Darren Dreger & Steve Simmons

Phil Kessel is an interesting case for Maple Leafs management as heading into the offseason, contrary to popular Phil relishes the thrill of playing in a hockey mad market such as Toronto. We should also give Kessel credit for answering every single question after the Leafs game seven loss & seems to be well liked within the dressing room. Therefore it is conceivable that Kessel signs an extension sometime in the future. San Jose Sharks Raffi Torres is back in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. Torres' poor reputation is the main reason why he is scheduled for an in person hearing with league disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan later on this afternoon in New York City. The Detroit Red Wings & Chicago Blackhawks had their "feeling out process" during game one last night. Red Wings coach Mike Babcock admitted after the game that Detroit had a tough time containing Chicago's speedy defense. Goaltender Jimmy Howard did a great job of keeping Detroit in the game however; they never seemed to recover after Johnny Oduya's go ahead midway in the third period.

8:00 Dave Randorf – World Hockey Championships

The World Hockey Championship has become far more competitive in recent years. There has been some debate as to whether there are too many teams in this type of event. Switzerland is a team that is on the rise (7-0 during preliminary round) & are set to face the Czech Republic in the quarterfinals. Swiss coach Sean Simpson has injected some life into this squad & Martin Gerber, Nino Niederreiter, Roman Josi, Raphael Diaz all have NHL experience. Today's Canada's vs. Sweden matchup should be interesting. These teams met during the round robin stage with Canada earning a 3-0 shutout however, Sweden has added marquee NHL players such as Henrik/Daniel Sedin & teammate Alex Edler, so they shouldn't be taken lightly. These are two desperate teams that can't afford to lose in the quarterfinals. Mike Smith is expected to get the start in goal & could be a potential candidate for Team Canada next year at Sochi. Canada should receive a boost from Montreal defenseman PK Subban (player that has lots of skill & wants to win) & we should expect an NHL style matchup filled with lots of emotion.

8:15 Jack Armstrong – NBA on TSN Analyst

Learning how to lose in the playoffs isn't a bad thing, sometimes teams need to get exposed in order to learn their weaknesses & make the necessary adjustments. The Miami Heat have looked very good during these playoffs however, Dwayne Wade's knee injury is of some concern. Hopefully Wade is able to recover & get Miami "8 more wins during these playoffs." The Oklahoma City Thunder suffered a tough loss in second round bowing out to the Memphis Grizzlies in five games. The Thunder made a major mistake trading James Harden in the offseason & were unable to overcome the loss of point guard Russell Westbrook. The trading of Harden was an extremely shortsighted move & now Oklahoma GM Sam Presti has to live with the consequences of his actions. Bryan Colangelo's future with the Toronto Raptors remains a hot topic of conversation. However his long term future still remains murky at best. Hopefully this situation is resolved in the near future so that the team can move forward.



May 15: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Following the Leafs Game 7 heartbreak, the focus has turned to the team's needs for next season and Mike chats with Jonas Siegel, James Mirtle, Jeff O'Neill and Aaron Ward about what areas Toronto needs to upgrade for 2013-14.


Video:

Leafs Breakfast

James Mirtle and Jonas Siegel join Richards to discuss the reaction to the Leafs collapse. WATCH!

Pierre McGuire

Pierre McGuire joins Mike Richards to discuss the Penguins Game 1 win over the Senators. WATCH!

Jeff O'Neill

Jeff O'Neill joins Mike Richards in studio to discuss the Leafs collapse against the Bruins. WATCH!

Audio:

Hour 1:

Penguins & Kings draw first blood, Jays beat the Giants, & Maple Leafs VP of hockey operations Dave Poulin reflects on the season. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Pierre McGuire, Jonas Siegel, & James Mirtle break down potential offseason moves for the Maple Leafs, & Tim Tebow calls in! Hour 2 Audio

Hour 3:

Jeff O'Neill & recaps the Maple Leafs season, Scott Ferguson/Scott MacArthur chat Blue Jays, & Aaron Ward talks NHL playoffs. Hour 3 Audio


Recap:

7:15 Pierre McGuire – NHL on NBC Analyst

The Ottawa Senators won't be able to emerge victorious in their series by trying to "out macho" the Pittsburgh Penguins. Instead the Senators need to concentrate on being harder on the puck in their own zone & cutting down the amount of neutral zone turnovers. Paul MacLean is one of the brightest coaches in the game therefore, we should expect him to make plenty of adjustments prior to game two. Ottawa desperately needs to win game two, if they want to "make this a series." Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick had an excellent performance last night, surviving a first period onslaught by the San Jose Sharks. Once Los Angeles settled into a groove, Quick took over helping us remember why he won the Conn Smythe trophy last year. It is important to consider the fact that Quick underwent two major surgical procedures over the summer & is now reverting back to form. Sharks forward Raffi Torres is a fantastic teammate however; he has a history of being a dangerous/reckless individual. Torres' hit on Stoll was dangerous, but the Torres vs. Regehr hit was worse because Regehr was in a vulnerable position. Detroit vs. Chicago should be an epic series because these teams have eighty years of history between them. This series has a "past vs. present" feel to it when referring to elite teams in the NHL. The bottom line is that Chicago should be considered a legitimate Stanley Cup contender (two dominant centres, unbelievable defense, great role players)

7:45 Leafs Breakfast: Jonas Siegel & James Mirtle

The Maple Leafs are still reeling from Monday's overtime collapse vs. the Boston Bruins. This loss will take a long time to overcome & the only hope is that the players learn from this experience. The Maple Leafs need to bring in another top four defenseman, figure out the centre position, & acquire a veteran backup goaltender that can aid in James Reimer's development. The biggest question for James Reimer is whether or not he will be able to repeat this year's stellar performance. Until then Reimer will continue to be bombarded with question marks until finally establishing himself as a consistent number one goalie in the NHL. The Maple Leafs also need to figure out where Mikhail Grabovski fits into the long term plans of the club.

8:00 Jeff O'Neill – Former NHL Player

Two days later & the Maple Leafs epic third period collapse vs. the Boston Bruins is still very fresh/shocking. Maple Leafs management should be proud of what they have accomplished this year & make any rash decisions based on ten minutes of hockey. Three moves the Leafs should contemplate this season include: signing Phil Kessel long term, a backup goaltender, & adding another centreman. All of the elite teams in the NHL (Pittsburgh, Chicago, Los Angeles, Boston, etc…) have elite players at the centre position. Captain Dion Phaneuf took a lot of heat for his play during the postseason & might be more effective as a number two defenseman. Realistically the Maple Leafs are probably three-four pieces away from becoming serious contenders in the Eastern Conference.

8:30 Scott Ferguson & Scott MacArthur – Blue Jays Analysts

The Blue Jays are starting to play better baseball over the past two weeks & will need to stay a little over .500 until the end of June in order to overcome their horrendous start. Once shortstop Jose Reyes returns from injury it is conceivable that this team rattles off eight-nine wins in a row & jump back into the thick of the playoff race. Reyes is out of his walking boot & expected to return to the lineup sometime around the end of June. If the Jays are five games under .500 at the end of May we could be in for a very long season… Melky Cabrera has looked very comfortable hitting in the lead off spot, however hamstring troubles have put a bit of a dampener on his progress this season. Ramon Ortiz is expected to take to the mound tonight, as the Blue Jays take an extra cautious approach with regards to Brendon Morrow's neck/back spasms. Skipper John Gibbons wants to make sure his three best pitchers (Buehrle, Morrow, Dickey) are ready to go vs. the New York Yankees this weekend. The Blue Jays bullpen has improved in recent weeks with Casey Janssen performing well enough to garner an All-Star birth in New York.

8:45 Aaron Ward – NHL Insider

The Maple Leafs have a lot of questions heading into this offseason. Priority number one would be settling the Tyler Bozak/centre ice position. It is important to consider the chemistry between Kessel/Bozak & Leafs management must determine how much he is worth. Toronto might also want to add another defenseman in order to alleviate some of the pressure off Captain Dion Phaneuf. Jake Gardiner evolved beautifully during the playoffs & has proven that he has the necessary tools required to become an elite defenseman in the NHL. Mikhail Grabovski was somewhat of an enigma during the regular season & his contract has started to become a hindrance for the Maple Leafs moving forward. Nazem Kadri is another player that matured over the course of the season & both parties need to arrive at a number that makes sense.



May 14: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Following their devastating Game 7 loss, Mike chats with Jonas Siegel, Pierre McGuire, Darren Dreger and Steve Simmons about the third period meltdown that cost the Leafs their first round series versus the Bruins.


Audio:

Hour 1:

Plenty of reaction as the Maple Leafs fall to the Boston Bruins in Game Seven Overtime. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Pierre McGuire, Darren Dreger & Steve Simmons break down the Maple Leafs Game Seven loss vs. the Boston Bruins. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 3:

Fans react to the Maple Leafs shocking game seven collapse vs. the Boston Bruins last night. Hour 3 Audio


Recap:

6:30 Jonas Siegel – Maple Leafs Reporter

Maple Leafs forward Phil Kessel summed up the sombre mood in the dressing room last night saying "How can you take anything positive after what just transpired?" Toronto appeared to be in full control after sprinting out to a 4-1 lead with roughly ten minutes remaining in the third period. Perhaps even more disturbing, is the fact that the Leafs were leading by two goals with just under two minutes remaining in the game. The bottom line is that Toronto should be proud of what they have accomplished this season however; it will take a while to get over the heartbreak of last night's collapse.

7:15 Pierre McGuire – NHL on NBC Analyst

The Washington Capitals got off to a great start last night vs. the New York Rangers but couldn't generate enough offense to propel themselves into the next round. The New York Rangers did a great job of weathering the storm early on, & were buoyed by a phenomenal performance by goaltender Henrik Lundqvist en route to the 5-0 shutout. Defenseman Ryan McDonagh is quietly emerging as a legitimate superstar & did an excellent job of shutting down Alexander Ovechkin (0 pts in final 5 games of series). The Maple Leafs game seven overtime collapse vs. the Boston Bruins was surreal however, this team should be very proud of what they have accomplished this season. Toronto learned a valuable lesson (closing out teams is the hardest part) & have plenty of positives to build on for the future. Much maligned forwards Tyler Seguin, Brad Marchand, & Milan Lucic finally found their "A" game in the latter half of the third period much to the delight of Bruins head coach Claude Julien. Goaltender James Reimer shouldn't be blamed for the loss & management knows that have a young goaltender that is able to "handle the big moments." The Leafs must try to add some size, character, skill, in the offseason & can take solace in the fact that they are on the right track.

7:45 Leafs Breakfast: Darren Dreger & Steve Simmons

Most people are still in a state of shock & disbelief following the Maple Leafs epic third period collapse vs. the Boston Bruins. Once Milan Lucic scored to make the score 4-3 late in the third "the wheels really started to fall off." There were lots of similarities between game five & seven (except Reimer made the critical/necesary saves in game five) The Maple Leafs had this series in hand & played exceptionally well throughout the first two periods. The only silver lining is that you hope that the young players learn from this experience & become better players down the road. It is becoming painfully obvious that general manager Dave Nonis must address some key areas in the offseason: Tyler Bozak contract, depth at the centre/defense positions, & possibly adding a veteran backup goalie. Toronto would like to get a bit heavier in their top six forwards (David Clarkson??) but this might be a difficult acquisition with the salary cap set to shrink next season. The Leafs head into this offseason with lots of questions, but should be proud of all they have achieved this season. The most disturbing part for the Maple Leafs is that they missed out on a very "winnable" second round series vs. the New York Rangers.



May 13: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Following their first home playoff win in over nine years, Mike chats with Pierre McGuire, Darren Dreger and Jim Ralph about what the Leafs need to do in Game 7 in Boston tonight on TSN 1050 to come all the way back to win their first round series.


Audio:

Hour 1:

After a wild Game Six win vs. the Bruins, the Maple Leafs head to Boston tonight for a Game Seven showdown. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Pierre McGuire, Darren Dreger, Jim Ralph preview Game Seven between the Leafs & Bruins, & Fred G. Sanford recaps the Leafs thrilling Game Six victory. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 3:

William T. Gibbs discusses the Boogaard families lawsuit with the NHL, Theo Fleury talks playoffs, & Bob Weeks recaps the Players Championship. Hour 3 Audio


Recap:

7:15 Pierre McGuire – NHL on NBC Analyst

The Maple Leafs should be extremely proud/excited with their ability to force a game seven especially when considering the fact that they trailed this series 3-1. Some of the keys for Toronto's game six victory include the spirited play of Dion Phaneuf, Phil Kessel, James van Riemsdyk, & James Reimer. Last night's victory was a total team effort & it's obvious that the players are having tons of fun. The Boston Bruins still haven't' played their "A" game (Marchand, Bergeron, Seguin have struggled greatly) which is something that Toronto must be mindful of heading into tonight's matchup. Positive energy & scoring the first goal are the best ways to take the crowd out of the game & plant a seed of doubt into the mind of the opposition. The Bruins "airplane troubles" shouldn't play much of a factor in tonight's game & is something that the media seems to be more concerned about. Head coach Randy Carlyle has done a beautiful job of adapting throughout the course of this series, & has the veteran experience needed to take this team to the next round.

7:45 Leafs Breakfast: Darren Dreger & Jim Ralph

The Maple Leafs were far better prepared defensively in game six & several players found a way to elevate their game. Much maligned forward Nazem Kadri opened up the scoring by picking up a key assist on Dion Phaneuf's 1-0 goal early in the third period. Last night might have been Toronto's most complete game of the season. Goaltender James Reimer is maturing right before our eyes & is pretty much the sole reason why the Leafs are preparing for a game seven instead of heading for the golf course. Reimer has improved his rebound control & earned the full trust/support of his teammates in the process. The bottom line is that Toronto is playing with "house money" & has nothing to lose heading into tonight's game. The Maple Leafs are peaking at the right time & now it's the Bruins who are facing adversity for the first time this series. Joe Colborne looked solid in relief of Tyler Bozak & finished with more slightly more ice-time than Nazem Kadri at the end of the night. The Leafs have finally bought into Carlyle's defensive philosophy & are now reaping the benefits. Toronto might not be an "elite" team at this stage of the game, but they have proved they can compete with some of the upper echelon teams in the Eastern Conference.

8:00 William T. Gibbs – Derek Boogaard Family Lawyer

It's always fun to watch professional sports however; there is a tendency for fans to view their favourite players as "superheroes" when in reality they aren't. The untimely death of Derek Boogaard was a sad turn of events. This was a kid that was recruited to fight (6 "7" tenacious/physical) & that was the job that he did. Unfortunately this role took a toll on his body/mind. When Boogaard's body started to feel pain he went to see the team doctors & was "given an amazing amount of pills." There is no human individual that can handle that level of controlled substances in the body (without being addicted) Mr. & Mrs. Boogaard reached out the NHL indicating that their son might have a problem. The NHL's response was "we'll take care of it." The reality is that Derek Boogaard was repeatedly failing drug tests & no one seemed to do anything about it. Substance abuse coupled with repetitive head trauma is a dangerous combination. There is no reason why Derek should have been prescribed such an excessive amount of drugs. Hopefully the NHL learns from this situation so that no other family has to endure this type of pain.

8:15 Theo Fleury – Calgary Flames Legend

Many people have some sort of skeletons in their closet therefore it's important to make sure these people have a voice that they can turn to in a time of need. The "Victor Walk" offers support for victims of sexual abuse & provides support/awareness for those seeking to speed up the healing process. On the positive side watching the Maple Leafs in the playoffs has been a real treat to watch & the passion/enthusiasm at Maple Leafs Square has proved once again that the city of Toronto is alive & well.

8:45 Bob Weeks – Host "Score Golf"

Sergio Garcia made two critical mistakes on the final two holes leading to his downfall en route to Tiger Woods capturing the Players Championship. Sergio was wildly inconsistent until the 14/15th holes when his game started to heat up. However, Garcia's collapse on the final holes suggests that "Tiger is indeed in his head." Woods is playing very well at this point in the season & has shown flashes of brilliance indicating that he is quietly returning to form. If Woods can keep this momentum going he could be poised to do some major damage in the second half of 2013.



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