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January 16: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Dave and co-host Jeff O’Neill are joined by Leafs GM Dave Nonis to discuss the latest on Dave Bolland’s recovery, Nazem Kadri’s availability and what David Clarkson has to do to get his season turned around.


Hour 1:

Dave Naylor and Jeff O'Neill give us the latest edition of "Ask the O'Dogg" and are joined by the Globe and Mail's James Mirtle. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Dave Naylor and Jeff O'Neill are joined by TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie, Leafs GM Dave Nonis and former NFL quarterback Jim Miller. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 3:

Dave Naylor and Jeff O'Neill are joined by Friday Night Tykes producer Matt Maranz, Darren Dreger, Matt Sekeres and Cabbie. Hour 3 Audio


4:45 – JAMES MIRTLE, The Globe and Mail

James Mirtle speaks about the possibility of eliminating the shootout and whether it could move to five players instead of three should it remain. He touches on what the Leafs need to do to protect their leads, his thoughts on Nazem Kadri.

5:00- BOB MCKENZIE, TSN Hockey Insider

TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie joined the program to discuss the Canucks struggles and what the club needs to get better and compete with the top teams. Staying out of the penalty box would be a good start for the team but the Canucks need more depth up front other then the Sedin twins and Ryan Kesler. Tonight's Ottawa-Montreal matchup should be a highly intense affair as the Canadiens hope to cool off one of the NHL's hottest teams. McKenzie also touches on the moves made by the Oilers today, which saw Devan Dubnyk go to Nashville for Matt Hendricks and Ben Scrivens arrive from Los Angeles. What does this mean for the Oilers going forward with both Scrivens and Ilya Bryzgalov being unrestricted free agents after this season?

5:15 – DAVE NONIS, Toronto Maple Leafs General Manager

Dave Nonis provides his thoughts on the Leafs’ shootout success this season and why the team has had luck with it. Are the Leafs a better team than they have shown thus far? He touches on the acquisition of Tim Gleason and what he has brought to the club and his view of the roster once the team is healthy. He provides an update on Dave Bolland’s progress since severing his tendon as well as David Clarkson. He speaks about the Nazem Kadri trade rumours and the Leafs’ goaltending situation moving forward.


Jim Miller speaks about Tom Brady and Peyton Maning and provides his thoughts on whether Brady is a better big game quarterback than Manning. How much did the weather affect the divisional round games last week? Does the San Francisco 49ers have the edge against the Seattle Seahawks? Who is the worst dressed coach and his thoughts on Marc Trestman’s first season with the Chicago Bears.

6:00 – MATT MARANZ, Executive Producer of “Friday Night Tykes”

Matt Maranz, executive producer of “Friday Night Tykes” speaks about the reality television show centred on eight-and nine-year-olds playing competitive football. He provides his thoughts on USA Football and the NFL from distancing themselves with his show and the mixed reactions from parents of how far the kids should be pushed.

6:20 – DARREN DREGER, TSN Hockey Insider

Darren Dreger speaks about Nazem Kadri and his future with the Leafs. Is James Reimer the backup because of his tendency to give up weak goals? What assets might the Edmonton Oilers need to relinquish to acquire Cam Ward?


Cabral Richards speaks about his experience with the New England Patriots on Wednesday and provides his thoughts on their chances of beating the Denver Broncos.

6:45 – MATT SEKERES, The TEAM 1040 Vancouver

Matt Sekeres speaks about the Vancouver Canucks' 9-1 loss to the Anaheim Ducks on Wednesday and why the game got out of control. Are the Ducks now the best team in the West? Is a John Tortorella eruption close to happening? Could GM Mike Gillis’ job be on his way out if the Canucks fail to make the playoffs?

Tomorrow: Football Friday: Championship Sunday Edition, Andrew Brandt, Darren Rovell, Tim Graham

January 15: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Dave and co-host Dave Hodge are joined by Bob McKenzie and Ryan Rishaug to break down the deals made by the Oilers on Wednesday, and Darren Dreger checks in to discuss the rumours surrounding Nazem Kadri.


Hour 1:

Dave Naylor and Dave Hodge chat with Aaron Ward and Mike Ferrell, Matt Light and Kevin Iole. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Dave Naylor and Dave Hodge chat with Bob McKenzie and Ryan Rishaug. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 3:

Dave Naylor and Dave Hodge chat with Christine Brennan about Tonya Harding & Nancy Kerrigan and TSN Insider Darren Dreger gives the latest in the NHL. Hour 3 Audio


4:15 – Aaron Ward, TSN Hockey Analyst & Mike Ferrell, TSN Producer

Mike got attracted to this story from a personal experience using the term ‘fag’ in front of a gay man. It was a wake up call for him and realized how terrible the word is. Having Ward part of the project offers a unique perspective and gives more credibility because he was part of the locker room when he was a player. Ward regrets using the term because he did not understand the ramifications back then. All teams in the NHL have a player that endorses You Can Play Project, but it was difficult to get a player on camera to talk about gay men in sports. Ben Scrivens, Dustin Brown, Andrew Ference all took part of the documentary to give their opinions.

4:30 – Matt Light, Former New England Patriots OL/3-Time Super Bowl Champion

Matt discussed starting The Light Foundation, where they help mentor young kids, helping them to a career of their choice. He talked about launching a raffle with Broncos’ Wide Receiver, Wes Welker for tickets to the AFC title game in Denver. He talked about the first Brady vs. Manning meeting in 2001. Anytime you can have an effective running game, it is a huge advantage from a play calling standpoint. Tom Brady with his experience and reading defenses will put the Pats in the best position, whether it’s running or passing game.

4:45 – Kevin Iole, Yahoo Sports MMA / Boxing Columnist

Wonders why GSP decided to give his thoughts on testing for performance-enhancing drugs after leaving the UFC. GSP is one of the few people who could stand up to Dana White on the drug testing. Everybody in the UFC wants to see stronger testing, including Dana White, but Iole believes White doesn’t want to get into the legal issues. Believes we will see GSP fighting in the UFC again, but it will be a while.

5:00 – Bob McKenzie, TSN Hockey Insider

With the strong play of Martin Jones, the Kings were comfortable moving Ben Scrivens. Interesting part of the Oilers-Preds deal is is that Edmonton will pay half of Dubnyk’s salary, and the Preds were able to get rid of Hendrick’s contract, $1.85 per year for a 4th line player. Dubnyk has been given every opportunity, but didn’t perform well enough to get the Oilers’ confidence. The indication is that Ted Nolan will get an extension to remain the Sabres’ head coach. Bob is in Calgary for the OHL Prospects Game – a player to keep an eye on, Brendan Perlini, 6’3 left winger for the Niagara Ice Dogs.

5:15 – Ryan Rishaug, TSN Edmonton Bureau

The Bryzgalov signing has not really made much of a difference for the Oilers. Oilers were ready to turn the page on Devan Dubnyk and decided to acquire Scrivens. Dallas Eakins and the Goalie Coach, Frederic Chabot made a schedule of games, for both Dubnyk and Bryzgalov. But, the poor play of both goalies threw that schedule out the door and went with a "win and your in". You can put a guy like Jonathan Quick in net for the Oilers and his numbers will drop. The Oilers defence is by far the worst in the NHL and need a minimum three, maybe four new NHL defencemen. The problem for the Oilers defence is they have players playing in roles they shouldn't. Ales Hemsky is a name to look at leading up to the trade deadline and can be an important piece for a playoff team.

6:00 – Christine Brennan, USA Today Award Winning Investigative Reporter

It has been 20 years since the Tonya Harding, Nancy Kerrigan incident at the 1994 Winter Games. Looking back at the story, Tonya deserves all the attention, criticism she received. Christine says the media tried to make Nancy look like a “beautiful ice queen” and not the real Nancy Kerrigan, a tough, feisty girl and called them “lazy media”. Tonya still says she had no part of the attack and does not like to look back at it. Nancy and Tonya only spoke about the incident together once, shortly after the incident, but never since then.

6:15 – Darren Dreger, TSN Hockey Insider

Nazem Kadri needs to figure out where he fits in this Leafs’ lineup. Dave Nonis is listening to teams on offers for Kadri and are looking for a center in return. Kadri is somewhere between a 2nd, 3rd line center and doesn’t look like he fits on a Randy Carlyle team. Dave Bolland was skating but did not look good and in Dreger’s opinion, may be months away from a return. It’s another goalie gamble for the Oilers, acquiring Ben Scrivens from the Kings. Don’t be surprised to see Cam Ward traded in the off-season.

January 14: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Dave and co-host Dave Hodge discuss the latest Central Scouting rankings -- which surprisingly had Sam Bennett at the top -- with Bob McKenzie, and Paul Maurice checks in to chat about taking over the coaching reigns for the Jets.


Hour 1:

Dave Naylor and co-host Dave Hodge are joined by TSN 1050 Leafs reporter Jonas Siegel. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Dave Naylor and Dave Hodge chat with Bob McKenzie and Roger Cossack. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 3:

Dave Naylor and Dave Hodge chat with Dr. Greg Wells, Darren Dreger, Paul Maurice, and Jack Armstrong. Hour 3 Audio


4:30 – Jonas Siegel, TSN 1050 Leafs Reporter

Jonas Siegel speaks about the inconsistency of the Toronto Maple Leafs and the importance of putting together several strong games in a row. Would a win over the Boston Bruins tonight turn the Leafs’ season around? Why have the Leafs not been as difficult to play against this season compared to last year and were the losses of Mikhail Grabovski, Clarke MacArthur, and Matt Frattin to blame for it?

5:00 – Bob McKenzie, TSN Hockey Insider

Bob McKenzie speaks about Sam Bennett, Aaron Ekblad and Sam Reinhart and who he believes is the top rated prospect. He talks about Ryan Miller and his future with the Buffalo Sabres. Is the goalie market around the NHL soft and is the Los Angeles Kings – Vancouver Canucks rivalry becoming one of the best?

5:30 – Roger Cossack, ESPN Legal Analyst

Roger Cossack speaks about Alex Rodriguez's refusal to testify against himself and why Arod believes arbitrator Fredric Horowitz may have ruled against him. Is baseball out to get Rodriguez and will the New York Yankees attempt to void the remaining $70 million on his contract? Could the $765 million NFL concussion settlement be in jeopardy?

6:00 – Dr Greg Wells, Physiologist, Scientist and Medical Expert

Dr. Greg Wells speaks about the risk factors of playing tennis in 41 degrees Celsius and the effect it could have on the body both mentally and physically. Why do some athletes have the ability to play in hot weather compared to others?

6:15 – Darren Dreger, TSN Hockey Insider

Darren Dreger speaks about the Ottawa Senators and the areas of the roster that they would like to upgrade. Are the Senators in trade talks with the Toronto Maple Leafs? Could the Boston Bruins target Flyers' defenceman Andrej Meszaros? Is there a market for James Reimer and are the St. Louis Blues looking to add Ryan Miller? The Leafs dealing with the flu bug as they prepare to play the Bruins in Boston.

6:30 – Paul Maurice, NEW Winnipeg Jets Head Coach

Paul Maurice talks about joining the Winnipeg jets and what he feels the team needs to do to be successful. Does he prefer to Dustin Byfuglien as a forward or on defence? He touches on why it is more difficult to develop young players in Toronto than it is in Carolina. He talks about why he wanted the job in Winnipeg and more.

6:45 – Jack Armstrong, TSN NBA Analyst

Quick look at the why the Raptors have functioned so much better with out Rudy Gay and now they are suddenly in games that they “should win.”

January 13: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Dave and co-host Dave Naylor are joined by MLSE President and CEO Tim Leiweke to recap Toronto FC’s major moves and discuss his expectations for the Leafs moving forward.


Hour 1:

Dave Naylor is joined by co-host Bruce Arthur and chat Toronto FC, the Leafs, David Clarkson, and the NFL AFC/NFC title games. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Dave Naylor and Bruce Arthur chat with Bob McKenzie, Tim Leiweke, and Kevin Cheveldayoff. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 3:

Dave Naylor and Bruce Arthur chat with Herm Edwards and Darren Dreger. Hour 3 Audio


4:30 – Steve Simmons, The Toronto Sun / The Reporters

Steve Simmons provides his thoughts on David Clarkson. Was the Clarkson deal the worst contract signed this past July? Will the Leafs continue to be patient with him or could he be moved? He talks some NFL and more …

5:00 – Bob McKenzie, TSN Hockey Insider

Bob McKenzie speaks about the Winnipeg Jets and GM Kevin Cheveldayoff’s decision to hire Paul Maurice. Are the Ottawa Senators looking to add another forward as the trade deadline approaches?

5:10 – Tim Leiweke, MLSE President and CEO

Tim Leiweke speaks about Toronto FC’s acquisitions of midfielder Michael Bradley and striker Jermain Defoe and what it means to the franchise moving forward. Why did the club decide to freeze ticket prices for the upcoming season? He provides his thoughts on the state of the Toronto Maple Leafs salary cap situation and why it’s important for the Leafs to remain patient moving forward. Is a new makeover in store for BMO field?

5:20 – Kevin Cheveldayoff, Winnipeg Jets General Manager

Kevin Cheveldayoff speaks about his decision to hire Paul Maurice and why he felt a coaching change was needed. He provides his thoughts on Ondrej Pavelec's poor numbers and why he feels he shouldn't’ be solely blamed. How will Dustin Byfuglien be utilized moving forward?

6:00 – Herm Edwards, ESPN NFL Analyst

Herm Edwards provides his thoughts on why the New England Patriots have been able to remain successful for so long and Peyton Manning. Can the San Francisco 49ers win in Seattle? Why do teams practice more to defend the passing game vs. the running game?

6:15 – Darren Dreger, TSN Hockey Insider

Darren Dreger speaks about the shootout and the possibility of extending overtime to three-on three. Can new Jets coach Paul Maurice turn the team around? Could Randy Carlyle’s future with the Leafs be in jeopardy should the Leafs fail to qualify for the playoffs? Is Jonathan Bernier now the clear-cut number one goalie after starting eight of the past nine and Dave Bolland potential return to the lineup.

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