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January 10: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

After another dispiriting loss, Bryan, Jamie and Jeff discuss why Randy Carlyle is not pressing the right buttons with his lineup moves and what the team needs to do moving forward to turn things around.

Audio:

Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jeff, and Jamie discuss how the Toronto Maple Leafs can get out of their recent slump and are joined by TSN hockey analyst Ray Ferraro. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jeff and Jamie discuss the ongoing struggles of the Leafs and what they need to do to overcome them. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan discusses the Toronto Maple Leafs slump, NFL playoffs, Toronto Raptors and MLB's Hall of Fame voting with the President of the Baseball Writers Association of America, LaVelle Neal. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan talks NFL playoffs with former Green Bay Packers TE Mark Chmura. Hour 2 Audio


Recap:

1:00pm – Ray Ferraro, TSN Hockey Analyst

Ray comes on to discuss the Leafs’ woeful play. He goes into detail about how the shots they’re allowing, overall defensive play, and how the Carlyle system is the reason they’re plummeting in the standings. Finally, Ray analyzes what changes can and should be made by the Blue & White.


2:15pm – La Velle Neal, President of the BBWAA

The Baseball Writers’ Association of America President, LaVelle Neal, joins the growing controversial discussion about the Hall of Fame voting and how it could be tweaked. LaVelle also discusses Dan Le Batard’s decision to give up his Hall of Fame vote to Deadspin and how the board came to the decision to strip him of his vote.


3:05pm – Dave Feschuk, Toronto Star

Dave Feschuk, of the Toronto Star, breaks down the dreadful Toronto Maple Leafs hockey that he’s been watching recently. Feschuk examines the negativity surrounding the team, in particular Randy Carlyle’s biggest critics and how it could get real ugly in Toronto if something doesn’t improve soon.


3:35pm – Longtime Packers TE Mark Chmura, co-host of The Miller Lite Football Show on ESPN 540

Former Green Bay Packers Tight End Mark Chmura gives us a preview of what we can expect in the NFL playoffs this weekend. He says that the Saints might actually stand a chance in Seattle due to the fact that they got blown out by the Seahawks about a month ago. Chmura also reflects back on his playing days with Brett Favre.


Monday: Trent Dilfer





January 9: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan and Jamie tee up tonight’s Leafs/Hurricanes matchup with Ray Ferraro and Jonas Siegel and Bryan is joined by Masai Ujiri to discuss the Raptors turnaround following the Rudy Gay deal.

Audio:

Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan and Jamie preview tonight's matchup with the Hurricanes. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan and Jamie talk Leafs/Hurricanes and are joined by the NHL on TSN's Ray Ferraro and TSN 1050 Leafs reporter Jonas Siegel. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by TSN Soccer Analyst Kristian Jack and Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk and NBC Sports. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Toronto Raptors GM Masai Ujiri and TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun. Hour 2 Audio


Recap:

1:00pm – Ray Ferraro, TSN Hockey Analyst

Ray comes on to talk about what P.K. Subban’s future contract could look like and how it may affect the Montreal Canadiens. If the cap doesn’t go up, he discusses how this can spell the end of Andrei Markov’s tenure as a Hab. Finally, the guys discuss former tough guy and current Philadelphia Flyers coach, Craig Berube, and the success him and his team have had lately.

1:35pm – Jonas Siegel, TSN 1050 Leafs Reporter

Jonas Siegel, TSN 1050’s Leafs Beat Reporter joins Leafs Lunch to discuss the buds upcoming game against the Hurricanes and how Reimer will get the start. He says Reimer’s mood seems to dictate his play, especially when the chips are down. Jonas delves into Tim Gleason’s return to Carolina and gives us an update on David Clarkson’s and Carl Gunnarsson’s injuries.

2:20pm – Kristian Jack, TSN Soccer Analyst

TSN Soccer Analyst Kristian Jack chats with Bryan about the moves TFC has made this week. Kristian analyzes English International Jermain Defoe and how he will provide a great scoring touch for Toronto. He also talks about how American Michael Bradley will be the leader TFC needs and how effective the return of hometown midfielder Dwayne De Rosario can be.

2:35pm – Mike Florio, Pro Football Talk

Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk discusses the NFL playoffs and how this is the week where we can see a lot of upsets. Mike also looks at the possibility of a change to the NFL playoff system and how it can bring in a ton of revenue for the league. He finally looks at the possibility of having an elite veteran and young quarterbacks in the Superbowl.

3:05pm – Masai Ujiri, Toronto Raptors GM

Raptors GM Masai Ujiri reviews Toronto’s recent success after showcasing an 11-5 record since the Rudy Gay trade. He talks about team chemistry and how the team is constantly fighting for each other night in and night out. He gives praise to Dwane Casey, Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan and says the latter two should be all stars.


3:30pm – Pierre LeBrun, TSN Hockey Insider

TSN Hockey Insider, Pierre LeBrun, talks about the Toronto Maple Leafs and how James Reimer is regarded around the league and what his potential market could be. Pierre delves into the current playoff standings as well and who’s sneaking up on the Leafs in the Atlantic Division. Finally, him and Bryan discuss the first ever online gambling sponsorship deal with a professional sports team, signed by Josh Harris, who runs the New Jersey Devils and Philadelphia 76ers.

Tomorrow: Amani Toomer





January 8: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan, Jamie and Jeff recap Jonathan Bernier’s struggles last night versus the Islanders, Alex Pietrangelo checks in to discuss his Team Canada selection and Bryan is joined by Jerry Crasnick and Dave Zirin to break down this year’s baseball Hall of Fame selections.

Audio:

Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jeff, and Jamie look back on last nights loss to the Islanders and take your calls. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jeff, and Jamie are joined by St Louis Blues Defenceman Alex Pietrangelo, and TSN Hockey Analyst Ray Ferraro. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe, and Dave Zirin from the Edge of Sports. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Jerry Crasnick of ESPN baseball, and James Duthie the host of NHL on TSN. Hour 2 Audio


Recap:

1:05pm – Alex Pietrangelo, St. Louis Blues, Team Canada

After recently being named to Team Canada’s Roster, St. Louis Blues’ Defenseman, Alex Pietrangelo discussed his excitement for representing his country for the first time at the Olympic level. He’s excited to be joined alongside fellow d-man Jay Bouwmeester and bench boss Ken Hitchcock who will be an assistant for Team Canada. Pietrangelo also talked about the pressure of playing for Canada and playing against his captain David Backes.

1:35pm – Ray Ferraro, TSN Hockey Analyst

After the guys give Ray a hard time about fumbling his coffee between the benches in Vancouver last night, Ray Ferraro gives his take on the Team Canada Roster; the snubs, the guys on the team that may have some question marks behind them and early candidates for the Canadian Captaincy. Finally, in his 2014 debut, Ray gives a recap of the World Juniors – where they went wrong and how to improve.

2:20pm – Kevin Paul Dupont, Boston Globe

With the MLB Hall of Fame inductions coming in, Boston Globe Columnist Kevin Paul Dupont chats with Bryan on why he famously gave up his Cooperstown vote. He delves into the steroid era and what other writers think of baseball players today, especially the three who were inducted…Maddux, Glavine, and Thomas.


2:35pm – Dave Zirin, Edge of Sports

Dave Zirin, from Edge of Sports, talks Baseball Hall of Fame inductees and how Hall of Fame voting has become blemished by some of the writers. He feels voting has become less about actual skill and the integrity of the player as a person, not an athlete.



3:05pm – Jerry Crasnick, ESPN

ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick starts off the interview by talking about the almost-unanimous vote of Greg Maddux into Cooperstown. The guys then go over the steroid era, what voting has become as well as the recent Blue Jays rumours involving Ervin Santana and Ubaldo Jimenez.


3:30pm – James Duthie, NHL on TSN

NHL on TSN Host James Duthie joins the show to talk about the Team Canada announcement. He brings up how Yzerman seemed rattled after announcing a roster without his star winger, Martin St. Louis, who is likely pretty emotional after once again being left off the Team Canada roster. James and Bryan finish off the show talking Leafs, in particular, Carlyle and the goaltending controversy.





January 7: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan, Jamie and Jeff debate Team Canada’s selections with Chris Pronger and chat with Peter Chiarelli about the selection process.

Audio:

Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

The guys break down and analyze the Team Canada Olympic roster with Peter Chiarelli, GM of the Boston Bruins and member of Team Canada’s executive team and debate over who should have and shouldn't have made it. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

The guys chat with former NHL'er Chris Pronger as well as break down the reason behind Bernier starting his sixth straight game for the Leafs tonight. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Jonas Siegel, TSN 1050 Leafs Reporter.

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Alex Marvez of FOXSports 1.


Recap:

12:10 - Peter Chiarelli, GM of the Boston Bruins and member of Team Canada’s executive team

Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli joined the show on the heels of the Team Canada roster announcement to discuss the selection process. He said it was fun at first but it became more and more difficult as the deadline approached because he knew really good players would be left off the team. It was hard not to push for his own guys, like Lucic and Marchand, because they’ve done so much for the Bruins. The framework for selecting the roster was going for guys who could think, act and move quickly because it’s easy for players to get lost on the big ice surface.

1:30pm – Chris Pronger, Future Hall of Famer and 2x Olympic Gold winner

Chris Pronger joined the guys on Leafs Lunch to share his insight into the Olympics and what playing for Team Canada meant to him. He talked about having to adjust his game to play on a bigger ice surface and to the refs who would penalize anything from a loud noise to a big open ice hit. Pronger said continuity and chemistry, especially amongst the forwards, is going to be important for this Canadian Team because a lot of the guys have never played together. Unlike how they did it in Vancouver, Pronger thought it would make more sense to dress four lines of defensemen and four pairs instead of having guys go cold on the bench. He said this team will be vastly different than the Vancouver team because they’re going to be on foreign soil, the size of the rink and be in another time zone. Guys like St. Louis and Giroux who didn’t get picked should use it as motivation, especially because there may be injuries. Pronger gave an update on his health and said there’s been progress with the eye but his head still becomes symptomatic under some conditions.

3pm – Jonas Siegel, TSN 1050 Leafs Reporter

TSN 1050's Leafs Beat Reporter Jonas Siegel discussed Tim Gleason's debut in the blue and white as he gets paired up with Dion Phaneuf. He went into detail about Toronto's struggles of winning a game in regulation and why they're not doing themselves any favours by getting W's through the shootout. Jonas also chatted about the goaltending controversy with the Buds, even though it seems that Carlyle is giving Bernier the bulk of the starts.

3:30pm – Alex Marvex, FOXSports 1

Senior NFL Reporter Alex Marvez of Fox Sports 1 talked with Bryan about the possible expansion of the NFL playoffs and how it seems that television revenue is what's driving the league. They discuss if the league might be doing too much and if it will eventually collapse on itself where fans no longer crave more football games. Alex said Johnny "Football" Manziel (Texas A&M Quarterback) has to mature to become a successful pro.





January 6: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Bryan, Jamie and Jeff discuss tomorrow's Team Canada Olympic announcement with Aaron Ward, and Claude Loiselle checks in to chat about his experience at the World Jr.’s in Sweden and the relationship between Randy Carlyle and Nazem Kadri.

Audio:

Hour 1 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jamie and Jeff chat about the World Junior Hockey Championship and Canada's disappointing finish and are joined by Assistant GM of the Maple Leafs, Claude Loiselle. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2 (Leafs Lunch):

Bryan, Jamie and Jeff debate which players should and shouldn't make Team Canada's Olympic roster with Aaron Ward. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 1 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by TSN NBA Analyst Leo Rautins and ESPN NFL Analyst Trent Dilfer.

Hour 2 (The Bryan Hayes Show):

Bryan is joined by Erie Otters GM Sherry Bassin and Hall of Fame Coach Marv Levy.


Recap:

12:35pm – Claude Loiselle, Leafs Assistant GM

Joined the show from Sweden and looked back on how incredible the Swedes played throughout the World Juniors. He couldn’t believe how well they handled the puck and said their skill level in the past 10 years has become superior to other countries. In Canada there is much more focus on winning games rather than player development and that should be changed. At the NHL level, a coach’s responsibility is to win the game and be mindful of the fact that you may have a young player in a bad situation. The best way for a coach to motivate and get a reaction from players is by taking away their ice time and moving them down in the lineup. They expect everyone to play at a high level, not just Kadri and Gardiner, but older guys too. He refused to watch Saturday’s drubbing by the Rangers.

1:35pm – Aaron Ward, TSN Hockey Analyst

Ward said if he was Steve Yzerman having to pick the roster for the Olympic team he’d be pulling his hair out. Yzerman is overrun by a wealth of talent and someone is going to be left of this team. He wondered how you even pick this team… should they take guys who are on a roll right now, or guys who have been there before. Ward said experience would likely play a key role in the selection. If a guy plays centre and wing he might have a better chance than someone who only plays one position. Ward thought that Yzerman’s toughest decision will be whether or not Eric Staal makes the team. He said if Kunitz is left off the team, there will be a problem.

2:15pm – Leo Rautins, TSN NBA Analyst

Rautins said that Canada still has a long way to go in terms of basketball development but we are seeing the quality of talent grow. For Anthony Bennett, being a #1 pick was a shock and that puts a lot of unfair pressure on him. Leo has a lot of confidence in Masai. He’s given the team financial flexibility and dumped salaries and players who clogged the flow. Masai has to figure out if they want to pay Kyle Lowry a lot of money and give him a long term contract. He should keep evaluating and not rush to give out any contracts or rush to trade him, unless an incredible deal with picks comes around.

2:30pm – Trent Dilfer, ESPN

Practicing in the cold, rain or snow doesn't prepare you for cold weather. It's a mindset. The Packers had a good plan to contain Kaepernick. It was the execution that was the problem. He doesn’t blame the Packers defence. As good as Kaepernick is he has a glaring weakness as a passer. If you can contain the rush you'll have a shot against him. You have to learn to win with what you have and Andy Dalton is a very viable quarterback. Andrew Luck is a unique competitor and believes the soul of the Colts was ingrained in them from Chuck Strong battling cancer and losing Manning. The Chiefs weren't prepared defensively to handle that.

3pm – Sherry Bassin, Erie Otters GM

Sherry joined the show and said the Russians have learned more from us than we've learned from them. He said pcuk possession is something Canada needs to fix and it’s an easy fix. He talked about the “Gold or Bust” mentality and said it comes with the expectations of the team. Canada wants to compete with the best and take them on. He said that he won two gold medals with the Canadian World Junior Team and the one time he won Silver the media reacted as if he had just run over someone with his car. They hounded him about what was wrong with the team, etc.

3:30pm – Marv Levy, Hall of Fame Coach

Levy joined the show to talk about coaching in the greatest comeback game ever between the Buffalo Bills and Houston Oilers. He said the players have to be a motivated group of individuals to comeback like the Colts did this weekend. He said players don’t really listen to pep talks in the locker room, it’s just noise to them. He said how a player conducts himself on the field is what really provides leadership, not in the locker room. Levy discussed the coaches being let go on Black Monday and said the firing of the coach isn't always fair and too many teams get rid of their coach too fast. A great coach is a guy who won last Sunday.

Tuesday’s Show: Alex Marvez, Ray Ferraro



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