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May 9: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

A day after the surprising news broke that the Leafs will be bringing back Randy Carlyle and giving him a two-year extension, Bryan, Jamie and Craig Button are joined by James Duthie, Ray Ferraro and Aaron Ward to discuss if the move makes sense and whether Carlyle will change his coaching strategies and be more open to playing the team’s young talent.

Audio:

Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Leafs Lunch - Hour 1. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Leafs Lunch - Hour 2. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

The Bryan Hayes Show - Hour 1. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

The Bryan Hayes Show - Hour 2. Hour 2 Audio


Recap:

12:30 – James Duthie, NHL on TSN

Duthie joins the boys to talk about who would you rather take, the Hart Trophy candidates or the Selke Trophy candidates? He says it’s a crapshoot. He jokes about France beating Canada and says that Canada should be embarrassed. When talking about the NHL playoffs, Duthie thinks that Boston has a psychological advantage over the Canadiens because they are mentally stronger, possibly stemming from Montreal blowing a lead. He talks about failing at predictions and says he made an on-air guess that Carlyle would be fired, an hour later an extension was announced. In the Blackhawks series, he thinks that the Minnesota Wild could be a dangerous team should they beat the Hawks tonight.

1 – Ray Ferraro, TSN Hockey Analyst

Ray joins the show live from Disneyland to weigh in on the Leafs keeping Carlyle behind the bench and extending his contract. He says that, by removing all of those assistant coaches, the Leafs have taken some comfort from Randy Carlyle. Ray believes that the exchange of ideas will be altered with the new coaches involved. He noted that Dave Farrish had a particularly strong voice in Carlyle's staff. Farrish's firing was collateral damage from the team's collapse. When talking about Darryl Sutter, Ray says that coaches want the media to have greater respect for his profession. Coaches are not always respectful toward the media, so there is some hypocrisy to be acknowledged.

2:15 – Dan Shulman, ESPN

Dan Shulman talks about the Leafs recent win streak and believes they have the tools to be a very good offensive team if everybody is healthy. Injuries decimated the roster last season and if they can keep their health they’ll be in good shape. Shulman talks about Melky Cabrera's redemption. Bryan wondered if its fare to speculate on Cabrera doing PEDs again and Shulman thinks that Cabrera did his time, served his punishment and thinks we should move on from speculation. People tend to forget that Cabrera had a tumor, he thinks that Cabrera 1% cares about what people think about him, and 99% cares about his health. On the topic of Mike Trout, Shulman thinks that he's getting enough attention. He thinks that it hurts the Angels that they play at night so many don't see him play. He thinks Trout's speed is becoming less used, but thinks despite that, he's an all-world talent and has hall-of-fame talent.

2:30 – Alex Marvez, FOXSports1 NFL Analyst

Marvez joins Hayes to recap the first round of the NFL draft. He thinks that Manziel won’t necessarily start on day one, but he thinks that he makes the Browns a way more exciting team and gives them a chance to succeed in 2014. He thinks that veterans may be wary of Manziel’s party attitude. On the Sammy Watkins deal for the Bills, Marvez things it was a desperate move by the Bills, saying it was a desperation move that was made to potentially save jobs. They also briefly touched on other NFL draft topics, including Sam Bradford, Blake Bortles and Jadeveon Clowney.

3:15 – Jordan Subban, Belleville Bulls

Belleville Bulls defenseman Jordan Subban joins The Bryan Hayes show. He talks about watching the NFL Draft and the Canadiens game simultaneously last night and how twitter fans were beaking him for his draft tweets. Jordan is a big fan of Johnny Manziel and said that he may become a Cleveland Browns fan now. He would to love to play in Vancouver next season, but admits that he’s likely to end up in Belleville next summer. He discusses the differences between his and P.K’s game and talks about his brother’s flashy persona on the ice.

3:30 – Aaron Ward, TSN Hockey Analyst

Wardo says Montreal must be kicking themselves over missed opportunities last night and in game 2 . It’s a different series than what he expected; its been mainly hockey and not as much extra curricular stuff. He’s shocked at the Randy Carlyle extension, you can’t continue with this marriage of the players and the coach; hence they need changes which is tough to do in the current NHL. He’s surprised that Carlyle still does not have any reason or excuse for the year-end skid.





May 8: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan, Jamie and Craig Button tee up tonight’s Game 4 between the Habs and Bruins with Jeff O”Neill, and react to the news that Randy Carlyle will be returning behind the bench for the Leafs minus his assistants with Ray Ferraro and Darren Dreger.

Audio:

Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Leafs Lunch - Hour 1. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Leafs Lunch - Hour 2. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

The Bryan Hayes Show - Hour 1. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

The Bryan Hayes Show - Hour 2. Hour 2 Audio


Recap:

12:30 – Jeff O’Neill from Montreal

Joining the boys from Montreal, O’Neill says the Canadiens need to be able to deal with adversity should they start to struggle. He thinks that the Canadiens need to win the matchups against the Bruins and have players who have started slumping to get out of it and provide a big effort. As a player, he thinks that it’s important to rely on your veterans keeping things light when you’re overwhelmed. He is impressed with the Penguins play so far and he thinks they can matchup well against the Montreal Canadiens; however, against the Bruins it might not be a great matchup. They briefly debate Toronto Maple Leafs draft pick Frederik Gauthier, and come to the consensus that he’s going to be a good third liner, but won’t be a difference maker.

1 – Ray Ferraro, TSN Hockey Analyst

Ferraro joins the boys from Los Angeles. He thinks the coaching staff may be different if Randy Carlyle is being brought back. Ray thinks that’s problematic when players don’t believe in the message. He thinks if you bring in players that fit the coaches vision, and the vision isn’t successful, it creates a massive problems going forward. He questions the usage of younger players including Peter Holland.

2:05 – Jim Ross, Legendary WWE Announcer (in studio)

On the topic of the NFL draft he thinks that the Texans will go with Clowney. He thinks Johnny Manziel has the necessary swagger in order to succeed in Dallas and compares him to basketball player Pistol Pete Maravich. He talks about going off script during his wrestling announcing days and he said he was generally surprised by the risk Foley took with the whole Undertaker stunt. He talks about how it was a challenge for him to participate in the ring.

3:05 – Darren Dreger, TSN Hockey Insider

Dreger joins Bryan fresh of the breaking news of Carlyle’s extension. He says Leagfs couldn’t have a lame duck coach. He doesn’t think that there were any worthy alternatives to Carlyle, hence why they didn’t fire him. He calls Carlyle a good coach and thinks that they need to add big pieces, which could right the ship. He thinks they may bring in fresh ideas and new assistant coaches to compliment him.





May 7: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan, Jamie and Craig Button recap last night’s NHL Playoff action and Bryan is joined by Andrew Cogliano to talk about the uphill battle the Ducks are facing versus the Kings.

Audio:

Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jamie, and Craig Button are joined by Peter DeBoer. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jamie, and Craig Button are joined by Ray Ferraro and Steve Spott. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Scott MacArthur and Sean Deveney. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Leigh Steinberg and Andrew Cogliano. Hour 2 Audio


Recap:

12:45 – Peter DeBoer, New Jersey Devils Coach & Assistant Coach for Team Canada at the World Championship

While he would prefer to be in the playoffs, DeBoer is excited for the World Championship to begin. The tournament is a learning experience for coaches because they get to work with other NHL coaches and learn about NHL players as well. According to DeBoer, in order to perform the team needs to keep things simple and balanced. When he talks about the Devils, he says that the Schneider/Brodeur combination in goal worked despite it being complicated because both goalies were such pros and competitive. When talking about Jaromir Jagr, he said that he was a great leader on the team and said he would love to see Jagr in his prime because he's still so good. He laughs at the speculation regarding the Maple Leafs coaching opening, saying he's a devil through and through.

1 – Ray Ferraro, TSN Hockey Analyst

Ray recognizes the contrast between the free-flowing nature of hockey and the stop-start pace of Football. He believes that this difference makes mandatory reviews in the last two minutes impossible. He points out the fact that, in the NFL, they do not review infractions. Ray saw Ron Francis is a thinking man's player. Throughout Ray's time in Hartford, he and the rest of the organization predicted that Ron Francis would end up on the management side of things.

1:30 – Steve Spott, Toronto Marlies Coach

Spott thinks that multiple Marlies players can contribute to the Toronto Maple Leafs next season. When talking about the match up of the Chicago Wolves, he thinks that they are extremely skilled and present a tough match up. On Leafs first-rounder Frederik Gauthier, he's extremely impressed with his strength and defensive responsibility. He thinks Connor Brown could be a captain with the Marlies one day, he said he's extremely passionate and can be a great leader one day.

2:15 – Scott MacArthur, TSN 1050 Jays Analyst

MacArthur is impressed with the poise of Marcus Stroman and says just because he’s locked in as a reliever now doesn’t mean he won’t be a starter in the future. He thinks that the Blue Jays were impressed with J.A Happ’s first start, but they are realistic with what he brings, he’ll never be a six-innings plus starter. Should he struggle, Stroman could step in the rotation. He thinks that John Gibbons will let his pitchers pitch more into games. He’s made mistakes with taking out pitchers too early and that’s something that he needs to fix going forward.

2:30 – Sean Deveney, Sporting News

Sean Deveney of Sporting News said that he understood Durant's emotion in his MVP speech. He said that Durant was "1A" to LeBron's 1. Sean said that Durant's absence from last year's Finals (considering where they were in the previous season), put questions in the minds of media and fans. They wondered about his true status as an elite player. He thinks that the Wizards could put the Pacers "out of their misery". He believes that the Nets can rely on Joe Johnson to be better in Game 2. He said that he is impressed by Tim Duncan's productivity over the years. He mentioned the different teammates that have been with Duncan since his 1st Championship.

3 – Leigh Steinberg, Super Agent

With the draft this week, Steinberg is currently going through his busiest stretch as an agent. He compares the draft to Chinese torture because every second feels like hours. There are numerous factors that go on behind the scenes at the draft that determine how a team will act including pro days, allocation of salary and scouting reports. He said teams run many different results through computers and then look at them and make decisions based off the board: He brings up a great example of Ben Roethlisberger knowing where he wouldn't be taken and it helped him. The NFL draft has become a spectacle according to Steinberg. The concussion issue has also plagued the NFL, but he believes that Roger Goodell has done a good job.

3:35 – Andrew Cogliano, Anaheim Ducks

Anaheim Ducks forward Andrew Cogliano joined the show and he says that the Ducks matched up well against the Kings. He thinks they’re doing things right, they just need to execute. He says they need to catch Kings goalie Johnathan Quick out of position and capitalize on his risky play. Cogliano said he needs to use his speed to his advantage. He talks about advance stats, and says that this year they look favorable towards the Ducks, despite the 0-2 record. He talks about the storylines that go on during the playoffs, and says this series is different because the players know each other and respect each other.





May 6: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan, Jamie and Jonas Siegel break down last night’s NHL playoff action and are joined by Jeff O’Neill and Ray Ferraro to tee up tonight’s Habs/Bruins matchup on TSN 1050, and Dwane Casey checks in to chat about his extension and what the keys are to the team’s continued growth moving forward.

Audio:

Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jamie, and Jonas Siegel dicuss the NHL Playoffs, and are joined by Josh Yohe of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jamie, and Jonas Siegel debate long term vs short term success, and are joined by Jeff O'Neill. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by TSN Hockey Analyst Ray Ferraro, and TSN Soccer Analyst Kristian Jack. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Raptors Head Coach Dwane Casey, and TSN NBA Analyst Sam Mitchell. Hour 2 Audio


Recap:

12:45 - Josh Yohe, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Yohe joins the show from NYC to talk about the Pittsburgh/New York series. He says Marc-Andre Fleury looked really composed last night - his rebound control was great and he wasn’t all over the crease like in previous games. You can’t say he’s back yet until he continues to thrive in the playoffs. Yohe weighs in on Crosby’s performance in the playoffs and says he hasn’t looked like himself. He doesn’t think he’s injured but could be fatigued since has hasn’t played a full season in a while.

1:30 - Jeff O'Neill, Leafs Lunch Co-Host, TSN Hockey Analyst

O'Neill joins the show from Montreal to discuss the environment from the Bell Centre for Game 3 of the Montreal/Boston series. He says the Canadiens need to make the Bruins play defence and establish a good cycle down low in order to have a chance to come out of this series with a win. He believes that the new Nashville Predators head coach Peter Laviolette won't make a difference for the team unless they acquire a star player up front. He says a coaching change will not play any factor in elevating a team that isn't a playoff contender to begin with.

2:05 – Ray Ferraro, TSN Hockey Analyst

Ray joins the show from California and starts off by talking about Alain Vigneault’s comments about the Rangers schedule. Coaches will often try to bring attention to certain things they see that they dont like from the Refs, they will make off hand comments about it without trying to sound like complaining. Alain Vigneault is usually pretty good at handling media, the scheduling issue isn't the NHL's fault, Madison Square Garden is a busy building and its availability is a major reason for why the games were scheduled like they were. New York's top guys have given them nothing these past few games, and they need guys like Nash and St Louis to step up for them to have a chance to win the series. Anaheim can beat LA three times because they are one of the best home teams in the league. It would be a difficult task but they need to try and get the series back to Anaheim.

2:30 – Kristian Jack, TSN MLS Analyst

He thinks that the Canadian winter has lead to the supposed field issues at TFC but admits that TFC's struggles alone aren't because of the field conditions. TFC may be in trouble if Bradley and Defoe leave for the World Cup. Both players leaving could cost TFC in the standings and ultimately mean they miss the playoffs. He believes that Ryan Nelsen is under intense pressure because of the team’s record and that players may be sizing him up behind the scenes. On the topic of Liverpool, he was shocked that they blew the game against Crystal Palace.

3:05 – Dwane Casey, Toronto Raptors Head Coach

Raptors Coach Dwane Casey joins Bryan to talk about his 3-year contract extension. GM Masai Ujiri showed faith in him by extending his contract. He calls continuity and growth the biggest reasons for success and for the future of the Raptors core. He admits they need to get stronger and develop in the right way. He's going to get assistant coaches and players in Los Angeles to train over the summer. He talks about the sales pitch towards Kyle Lowry, saying they will do everything in their power to resign him. He also respects Masai Ujiri and said that he's done a great job with the team. He says as a coach you need to give players tough love and be consistent with your criticism. He talks about the brain lock of the final play and admits that it's a huge learning opportunity for the team going forward; and it's better that they lost in game seven than ended the season struggling on a draft pick.

3:30 – Sam Mitchell, NBA on TSN Analyst

Former Raptors Coach Sam Mitchell says Dwane Casey worked hard and he proved what he could do with a better team after the Rudy Gay trade. He earned the contract and Masai Ujiri did a great job taking care of him. He reflects on the parallels between Dwane Casey’s contract situation and his own contract situation with the Raptors coming off the season when he won Coach of the Year. He discusses whether it would have been better for the Raps to end up with a top 5 pick this year or getting bounced in the first round. The Raps have enough young players on the roster and if you can win now, you better win. He says their young players gained invaluable experience during the playoff series. Name a player coming out of the draft that you would take over DeMar DeRozan. You have know idea what guys like Andrew Wiggins are going to be but you know DeMar’s going to get you 22 points a game. Sam also chats about the Warriors firing of Mark Jackson today. They had too good of a season and too much development for that to happen.





May 5: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan, Jamie and Jeff talk NHL playoffs and the rumours that Randy Carlyle may return behind the Leafs’ bench with Ray Ferraro, and Bryan is joined by Jack Armstrong and Steve Simmons to chat Raptors and Kyle Lowry’s future.

Audio:

Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jeff and Jamie are joined by Sergio Momesso and discuss Randy Carlyle's future. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jeff and Jamie are joined by Ray Ferraro to talk about NHL 2015, Patrick Kane & the Montreal-Boston series. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Jack Armstrong and Richard Griffin. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Steve Simmons to chat Raptors and where Randy Carlyle stands. Hour 2 Audio


Recap:

12:45 – Sergio Momesso, Montreal Canadiens Colour Analyst TSN 690

The Canadiens should be happy that they left Boston with the series tied; they held Boston off for a while before they imploded. Momesso thinks for the Canadiens to win going forward that they need more from just their top line and goaltender. He thinks Montreal will be more pumped up and aggressive at home. He credits Therrien as doing "a hell of a job" and believes that his coaching moves have resulted in success for the Canadiens and cites an earlier game in Washington as a turning point when he inspired his team by his leadership in a press conference.

1 – Ray Ferraro, TSN Hockey Analyst

Ray starts of by talking about the goal of the playoffs so far by Patrick Kane and his “showtime” comments after the goal. Can you imagine if Subban had done that? People would be talking about it completely differently. He believes Montreal is happy with a split of the two games in Boston even though the collapse was quite ugly. He thinks that the new home ice advantage will allow them to get Pacioretty going. He thinks Subban should never have apologized to Shawn Thornton about ducking the hit because he has nothing to be remorseful about. On the subject of the draft he said that hockey is a sport where you draft for "what's going to be" instead of "what is.

2:05 – Jack Armstrong, NBA on TSN Analyst

Armstrong believes that the Toronto Raptors have huge market potential and are trending in the right direction. The Kyle Lowry free agency speculation is in full force now that the season is over and Jack thinks that Lowry loves the market and will definitely consider signing a contract with the Raptors but admits he will test free agency. Regarding the regular season, he calls it a magical ride and thinks that the team progressed in the right way. He's critical of the officiating in the series against the Nets saying that Derek Stafford was incompetent.

2:45 – Richard Griffin, Toronto Star

Griffin doesn't think that Brandon Morrow's option will be picked up for next season. He hasn't provided them with anything close to what they thought they would. Young prospect Marcus Stroman could take Morrow's rotation spot should J.A Happ struggle. He thinks Gibbons is managing like his bullpen is the same group as last year. He's making baffling decisions regarding the bullpen, but he has recently tempered this with better decisions. Griffin also notes that Bautista has settled down and could use lineup protection.

3 to 4pm – Steve Simmons, Sun Media & TSN the Reporters

Simmons says Toronto is an “almost” city; the sports teams almost win, but can never fully pull through. They're constantly stuck in the first round. He can't help but think that "the team on the rise" conversation is a big misguided because you're not guaranteed anything from year to year. Lowry didn't show his hand during the press conference today, but teammate and "brother" DeMar DeRozan possibly gave away that Lowry told him he wants to be back. He calls the Raptors a likable, scrappy bunch that drew fan excitement. Simmons talks about the market saying that Toronto has thrown out some terrible teams that have still made a ton of money and have been profitable. He thinks that Randy Carlyle is going to be back as the coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs. He believes that if San Jose didn't retain Todd McLellan than there were multiple teams that would lineup for his services, including the Leafs. He says the Leafs can't judge Randy Carlyle on his last 20 games but his entire resume.



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