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January 24: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bob and Matt recap the Leafs blowout loss to the Stars and discuss if the team can bounce back Saturday night versus the Jets with James Mirtle and Gary Lawless, and Ross Tucker and John Kryk check in to chat about the Browns hiring of Mike Pettine and the lead-up to Super Bowl XLVIII.

Recap:

9:15 - James Mirtle, Globe and Mail

Statistically, the Leafs goaltending hasn’t been as good as advertised. They’ve allowed 5 goals or more in 25% of their last 30 games. Although the Leafs are allowing a ton of shots on goal, the overall save percentage has really slumped as well.


10:00 - Ross Tucker, Former NFLer, Host of the Ross Tucker Football Podcast

Tucker discussed how younger player should prepare for the future financially, once their careers are over. He also spoke about the defensive players to watch out for in the upcoming Super Bowl.



10:30 – Gary Lawless, Winnipeg Free Press, TSN 1290

Believed they had to trade Byfuglien if they wanted to move forward, but moving him to forward might have accomplished the same goal as trading him. Mixing it up was imperative, and this has really diminished the mistakes. James Reimer is not a fit in Winnipeg as a goaltender, and he’s lost his job to Bernier. Reimer is not a better answer than Ondrej Pavelec.

11:00 – John Kryk, Toronto Sun:

Mike Pettine is very eloquent and prepared, but its still surprising to see him get a HC job so quickly considering he’s only been a co-coordinator for 1 year. Sherman is one of the top 2 or 3 CB’s in the NFL, so it’s fair to consider him the second best player in the Super Bowl.






January 23: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bob and Matt are joined by Darren Dreger,Cathal Kelly to recap how Demar DeRozan managed to steal the spotlight from Vince Carter last night, Craig Custance explains the keys to the Leafs recent success and Craig Calcaterra discusses the Yankees acquisition of Masahiro Tanaka.

Recap:

10:00 - Craig Custance, ESPN.com

The Leafs certainly don’t play pretty, but what is for certain is that there is no right way to win in the NHL. The Blackhawks dominate puck possession stats continually, and the Leafs are the complete opposite. The goalie fight is a spectacle, and we could’ve gotten a good laugh out of a fight between Budaj and Fleury last night.

10:30 - Craig Calcaterra, NBC’s Hardball Talk

While the Yankees definitely improved, they still lost Robinson Cano, and while Alex Rodriguez isn’t what he used to be, he’s still a big upgrade on what the Yankees are trotting out. The money and years is very important for many reasons, but in order to compete with the big spenders, you need to really shell out the cash.


11:00 - Cathal Kelly, Toronto Star:

DeMar DeRozan has become the face of the franchise, and with the face of yesteryear in town last night, it would almost be cathartic for the fans and city to put it behind them. Valanciunas has been inconsistent, but he’s still young and doesn’t really receive the touches he’d need to really take that next step.





January 23: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bob and Matt were joined by Jonas Siegel and Michael Landsberg to chat about Jonathan Bernier stepping up in the opener of the Leafs road trip, and Kevin Burkhardt checks in to discuss the fallout to Richard Sherman’s comments.

Audio:

Hour 1:

Macko and Cauz were joined by Kevin Burkhardt, NFL on FOX. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Macko and Cauz were joined by Jonas Siegel, TSN 1050 Leafs Reporter and Kelly Chase, Longtime NHLer, NHL Network Analyst. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 3:

Macko and Cauz were joined by Michael Landsberg, Host of Off The Record and Jason Brough, Pro Hockey Talk. Hour 3 Audio


Recap:

9:15 - Kevin Burkhardt, NFL on FOX

Kevin worked closely with both Erin Andrews and Richard Sherman over the course of the year, and what we saw on Sunday wasn’t the Richard Sherman that he’s come to expect. Met Sherman four times this year, and he’s a very engaging and smart person. He was caught in the raw emotion of the moment, and in spite of what was said, it was real, and it was real live TV and that’s something we’re not accustomed to.

10:00 - Jonas Siegel, TSN 1050 Leafs Reporter

Phil Kessel wants no part of the spotlight with being the best player on a hockey club, and he’s clearly a very unique guy, and he definitely doesn’t like the attention. Randy Carlyle could go either way with the goaltenders today, as it does make sense to start James Reimer. This is the last back to back for quite a while, but Bernier has played so well, and considering their winning streak, it might make sense to stick with him.

10:30 - Kelly Chase, Longtime NHLer, NHL Network Analyst

The Tortorella suspension was fair considering the circumstances. He got what he deserved. It wouldn’t be shocking to see the Canucks go on a little roll with Torts being suspended, and it will be very interesting to see how it all works out. A lot of Henrik Sedin’s amazing streak is luck, but the training that he endures definitely comes into play as well.

11:00 - Michael Landsberg, Host of Off The Record

The host of OTR battled through a cold to join Bob and Matt to chat about the NFL’s potentially abolishing the extra point, and if the Leafs should start Bernier or Reimer in Colorado tonight.



11:30 - Jason Brough, Pro Hockey Talk

A lot of the incident with the Flames goes back to the 2011 Stanley Cup, and that series still is rehashed all the time in Vancouver, and this team has been a bit of a basket case ever since. This isn’t a team that’s very attractive to watch anymore, and now they dump the puck in, and that’s how Gillis feels they have to play to win in the Western Conference.





January 21: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bob and Matt were joined by Jonas Siegel and Michael Landsberg to chat about Jonathan Bernier stepping up in the opener of the Leafs road trip, and Kevin Burkhardt checks in to discuss the fallout to Richard Sherman’s comments.

Audio:

Hour 1:

Macko and Cauz were joined by Kevin Burkhardt, NFL on FOX. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Macko and Cauz were joined by Jonas Siegel, TSN 1050 Leafs Reporter and Kelly Chase, Longtime NHLer, NHL Network Analyst. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 3:

Macko and Cauz were joined by Michael Landsberg, Host of Off The Record and Jason Brough, Pro Hockey Talk. Hour 3 Audio


Recap:

9:15 - Kevin Burkhardt, NFL on FOX

Kevin worked closely with both Erin Andrews and Richard Sherman over the course of the year, and what we saw on Sunday wasn’t the Richard Sherman that he’s come to expect. Met Sherman four times this year, and he’s a very engaging and smart person. He was caught in the raw emotion of the moment, and in spite of what was said, it was real, and it was real live TV and that’s something we’re not accustomed to.

10:00 - Jonas Siegel, TSN 1050 Leafs Reporter

Phil Kessel wants no part of the spotlight with being the best player on a hockey club, and he’s clearly a very unique guy, and he definitely doesn’t like the attention. Randy Carlyle could go either way with the goaltenders today, as it does make sense to start James Reimer. This is the last back to back for quite a while, but Bernier has played so well, and considering their winning streak, it might make sense to stick with him.

10:30 - Kelly Chase, Longtime NHLer, NHL Network Analyst

The Tortorella suspension was fair considering the circumstances. He got what he deserved. It wouldn’t be shocking to see the Canucks go on a little roll with Torts being suspended, and it will be very interesting to see how it all works out. A lot of Henrik Sedin’s amazing streak is luck, but the training that he endures definitely comes into play as well.

11:00 - Michael Landsberg, Host of Off The Record

The host of OTR battled through a cold to join Bob and Matt to chat about the NFL’s potentially abolishing the extra point, and if the Leafs should start Bernier or Reimer in Colorado tonight.



11:30 - Jason Brough, Pro Hockey Talk

A lot of the incident with the Flames goes back to the 2011 Stanley Cup, and that series still is rehashed all the time in Vancouver, and this team has been a bit of a basket case ever since. This isn’t a team that’s very attractive to watch anymore, and now they dump the puck in, and that’s how Gillis feels they have to play to win in the Western Conference.





January 20: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bob and Matt are joined by James Mirtle to recap the Leafs’ Saturday night win over the Habs, James Duthie and Rick Tocchet check in to discuss the fallout from the Flames-Canucks brawl, and Jermaine Wiggins calls in to chat about the NFL’s conference championship games.

Recap:

9:15 - James Mirtle, Globe and Mail

You could sense that the Leafs just got tired of losing, and they have some confidence and momentum heading into this big road trip. It seems like Dave Bolland is re-learning how to skate, he’s been skating pretty hard before practices, and it’s definitely going to be a longer process for him. He suffered a very serious tendon injury and it could take a while for him to regain his skating stride.

10:00 - Jermaine Wiggins, Super Bowl XXVI Champion, NESN NFL Analyst

The Patriots are far from finished. This is a team that endured a ton of injuries, and Tom Brady is still an elite QB. He needs to be given more weapons, and a healthy Gronkowski will be a boon for him, but he needs more on the offensive side of the ball.



10:30 - James Duthie, NHL on TSN

The 49ers can go from a great team to mediocre really quickly, but you won’t look back on this year as the year that should’ve been a Super Bowl victory. Tortorella is not a calculated individual, and he reacts based on emotion. For Hartley to act like he’s innocent in this scenario is pretty ridiculous.


11:30 - Rick Tocchet, Longtime NHLer, Comcast Sportsnet NHL Analyst

Incidents like Saturday night with the Canucks and Flames happen when teams and coaches don’t like each other. Doesn’t think that Bob Hartley should be suspended, it can open up a can of worms and set a precedent going forward.







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