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January 23: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Dave and Jeff O’Neill are joined by Bob McKenzie to discuss his prospect rankings, John Gibbons checks in to discuss how his team stacks up in the AL East, and Colin Campbell calls in to chat about the NHL’s Stadium Series and the John Tortorella suspension.


Hour 1:

Dave Naylor and Jeff O'Neill preview tonight's Leafs-Stars game and take questions in another edition of "Ask the O'Dogg." Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Dave Naylor and Jeff O'Neill are joined by Bob McKenzie, Jason deVos and John Gibbons. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 3:

Dave Naylor and Jeff O'Neill are joined by Darren Dreger, Howard Bryant and Colin Campbell. Hour 3 Audio


5:00 – Bob McKenzie, TSN Hockey Insider

Bob McKenzie speaks about his mid-season rankings and the process he uses that has helped his rankings become accurate. He provides his thoughts on the goalie fight that almost happened on Wednesday between Marc-Andre Fleury and Peter Budaj and why officials were quick to intervene.

5:15 – Jason DeVos, Fmr Captain of Men’s National Team

Former Captain of the men’s national team Jason DeVos speaks about the Canadian Soccer Association’s plan to encourage expansion of the sport that will allow players play at a much higher level from a younger age. He touches on why the United States has been able to have success developing players and the significance of Major League Soccer. Could Canada bid for the 2026 World Cup?

5:45 – John Gibbons, Toronto Blue Jays Manager

John Gibbons speaks about the Toronto Blue Jays dismal 2013 season and why he feels 2014 will be much better. He provides his thoughts on how he sees the rotation shaping up. Could one of Marcus Stroman and/Aaron Sanchez earn a roster spot with the Jays and will Ryan Goins open the season as the second baseman? What approach does new hitting coach Kevin Seitzer bring to the team?

6:00 – Howard Bryant, ESPN Sr Writer

Howard discusses the rise of Genie Bouchard and what has made her so successful lately. He feels the Seahawks are loving the fact that Richard Sherman is vocal heading into the Super Bowl. Defensive players need the swagger. On the issue of Richard Sherman he agrees that his view of the word “Thug” now replacing the N-word is absolutely accurate and he outlines the difference between a racial and a racist comment.

6:15 – Darren Dreger, TSN Hockey Insider

Darren Dreger speaks about what has gone right for the Toronto Maple Leafs during their six-game winning steak and is the Jonathan Bernier and James Reimer situation slowly turning into a Roberto Luongo and Cory Schneider 2.0? Will the Edmonton Oilers part ways with Jordan Eberle to address other areas of their roster and could Dallas Eakins’ future be in jeopardy should the Oilers get off to a poor start next season?

6:30 – Colin Campbell, NHL Exec VP and Dire of Hockey Operations

Colin Campbell recalls his experience of playing an outdoor hockey game in Las Vegas in 1981 and why he believes ice conditions should be okay in the upcoming outdoor game between Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Kings. He touches on the importance for players to keep their helmets on during fights and discusses the leagues rational to suspend John Tortorella and fine Bob Hartley for their actions on Saturday. He talks about how review could work moving forward and speaks about the safety and security concerns for Sochi.

January 22: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Dave and Dave Hodge are joined by Jonas Siegel to discuss the primary reasons behind the Leafs six-game winning streak, and Bob McKenzie and Darren Dreger check in to break down the Michael Del Zotto-Kevin Klein deal and chat about whether the Oilers need to make significant changes to change the team’s culture.


Hour 1:

Dave Naylor and Dave Hodge talk to Stacey Allaster, WTA Chairman on Eugenie Bouchard and discuss Masahiro Tanaka's contract with the Yankees. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Dave Naylor and Dave Hodge chat with Bob McKenzie, Jonas Siegel and ESPN's Keith Law. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 3:

Dave Naylor and Dave Hodge talk with Andrew Brandt, Darren Dreger and Carling Bassett-Seguso. Hour 3 Audio


4:30 – Stacey Allaster, WTA Chairman and CEO

Not surprised to see the quick jump Bouchard has made in Women’s Tennis. She is a talented, confident woman and when you’re as confident as her, you will be successful. Eugenie is up for the biggest match of her career. Li Na, Bouchard’s opponent, has experience playing in the big stage, so it will be a tough, but winnable matchup. Eugenie has nothing to lose; she is playing the way a champion needs to play. Eugenie Bouchard is one of the many rising stars in Women’s Tennis and it is exciting for the game and its fans.

5:00 – Bob McKenzie, TSN Hockey Insider

Del Zotto deal is not a surprised since we heard his name in rumors. Del Zotto had a rough start to the start of the season, landing in Alain Vigneault’s doghouse. Trading Del Zotto gives the Rangers more cap space to re-sign Dan Girardi. Paul Maurice has the Winnipeg Jets playing a more structured game, blocking more shots. Players have reacted well to Maurice since he has taken over for Claude Noel. Matt Moulson is going to get traded for sure, likely for a prospect and 2nd round pick. The LA Kings and Ottawa Senators are the teams interested in Moulson.

5:15 – Jonas Siegel, TSN 1050 Maple Leafs Reporter

With Bernier getting the majority of the starts, you want James Reimer to be ticked off, motivated to show the coaching staff he deserves to be a starter. Having Gleason in the lineup gives the Leafs a player they can rely on key penalty killing situations, playing against the other teams top lines and taking the pressure off the young guys, like Gardiner and Rielly.

5:30 – Keith Law, ESPN MLB Analyst

Yankees biggest need of the off-season was a top of the rotation starter and Tanaka was the best option for them. The only other MLB club that can beat the Yankees when it’s just a matter of the money, are the Dodgers, but they were not serious contenders because they didn't need more starters in their pitching rotation. People often compare Tanaka’s with Yu Darvish, but they should not compare the two. Darvish is an exceedingly, more durable, unusual talent. Tanaka is at best, a number two guy, with an above average fast ball. Between Ubaldo Jimenez, Ervin Santana and Matt Garza, Jimenez may be the best fit for the Blue Jays.

6:00 – Andrew Brandt, NFL Business Analyst

Andrew discussed about Adam Gase, the Broncos Offensive Coordinator pulling out of the Cleveland Browns’ coaching search. The weather at the Super Bowl is going to be more of an issue for the fans than it is to the players. Andrew discussed coaches interviewing for jobs while their teams are in the playoffs and whether changes will be made to the rule. We want athletes like Richard Sherman, to say what he said in his post-game interview, calling out Michael Crabtree and not giving the same clichés. Colin Kaepernick is eligible to re-do his contract and has a right to ask for what he wants, based on what guys like Cutler, Romo, Stafford are getting.

6:15 – Darren Dreger, TSN Hockey Insider

Doesn’t see Dallas Eakins’ job in jeopardy this season for the Oilers. However, if things don’t turn around for the Oilers next year, then his job may be in jeopardy. Craig MacTavish hasn’t quite made the bold moves he said he was going to make. You’re going to have to give up a good, young player like a Jordan Eberle, Oscar Klefbom to get a top quality defensemen or goaltender.

6:30 – Carling Bassett-Seguso, Fmr Canadian Tennis Great and Last to Reach a Grand Slam Semi Final

She’s very proud of Eugenie Bouchard and what she is doing for Women Tennis. Says Bouchard needs to surround herself with people who will help her keep her focus and achieve her goals. Eugenie should enjoy the moment and should expect a massive reaction from everyone when she arrives back to Canada. It makes her proud to see Eugenie turn into a great ambassador for Canadian Tennis.

Tomorrow: John Gibbons, Toronto Blue Jays Manager, Howard Bryant, ESPN

January 21: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Dave and co-host Dave Hodge were joined by Anthony Calvillo to discuss his retirement announcement, and Darren Dreger and Bob McKenzie check in to weigh in on Eugene Melnyk’s ongoing forensic investigation and the Red Wings’ struggles.


Hour 1:

Dave Naylor and co-host Dave Hodge are joined by Anthony Calvillo and Farhan Lalji. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Dave Naylor and co-host Dave Hodge are joined by Darren Dreger, and Sylvain Bruneau. Hour 2 Audio

Hour 3:

Dave Naylor and co-host Dave Hodge are joined by Jim Daopoulos and Bob McKenzie. Hour 3 Audio


4:30 – Anthony Calvillo, Fmr CFL QB: Announced Retirement Today

Anthony Calvillo recalls his first year in the CFL and looks back at his first season with the Las Vegas Posse. He reflects on the turning point of his career and gives credit to former quarterback Tracy Ham for some of his success. Could coaching be next and would he have retired had he finished last season healthy?

4:50 – Farhan Lalji, TSN Vancouver Bureau Chief

Farhan Lalji provides his thoughts on Erin Andrew’s exchange with Seahawks' cornerback Richard Sherman and on the art of sideline reporting. Could Andrews have handled the situation better and how much will John Tortorella’s suspension affect the Vancouver Canucks?

5:00 – Darren Dreger, TSN Hockey Insider

Darren Dreger provides his thoughts on the security concerns at the Sochi Olympics and why the number of guests will likely be much lower than it has been at previous Olympics. What’s the latest on Eugene Melnyk’s forensic investigation of his fight to prove that Matt Cooke was guilty of injuring Erik Karlsson?

5:25 – Sylvain Bruneau, Tennis Canada Women’s National Coach

Tennis Canada coach Sylvain Bruneau speaks about Eugenie Bouchard’s big win over Ana Ivanovic at the Australian Open to move into the semifinals. He touches on Bouchard’s decision to continue to play on the junior tennis circuit and why it is paying off for her now. He provides his thoughts on what Bouchard needs to do to defeat Li Na to move to the finals and why she has become a crowd favourite.

6:00 – Jim Daopoulos, NFL Officiating Insider / Former Supervisor of Officials

NFL officiating insider Jim Daopoulos speaks about Wes Welker’s contact with Aqib Talib and why officials did not call a foul on the play. He provides his thoughts on Bill Belichick’s accusations of Welker purposely injuring Talib, and the missed call on 49ers' linebacker NaVorro Bowman’s potential game-changing play against the Seahawks. Should all plays be reviewable and more.

6:15 – Bob McKenzie, TSN Hockey Insider

Bob McKenzie speaks about the Colorado Avalanche’s success this season and why their trade with the Washington Capitals for Semyon Varlamov has worked out in their favour. He provides his thoughts on the missed call of Niklas Kronwall’s bizarre goal against the Los Angeles Kings Saturday night and why GMs haven’t been able to agree on a solution. Is the Detroit Red Wings’ 22-year playoff streak in jeopardy?

Tomorrow: Anthony Calvillo, Als QB retiring from football, Jim Daopoulos, NFL Officiating Insider / Fmr Supervisor of NFL Officials

January 20: Show In Review

The Canadian Press

Dave and Bruce Arthur chat with Bob McKenzie, Kerry Fraser and Darren Dreger about the fallout from the Flames/Canucks brawl, and Herm Edwards checks in to discuss the NFL’s Conference Championship games and Richard Sherman’s post-game comments.


Hour 1:

Dave Naylor and co-host Bruce Arthur are joined by Bob McKenzie and Kerry Fraser. Hour 1 Audio

Hour 2:

Dave Naylor and co-host Bruce Arthur chat with Herm Edwards, Darren Dreger, and Sean Burke. Hour 2 Audio


5:00 – Bob McKenzie, TSN Hockey Insider

Bob McKenzie speaks about John Tortorella’s actions Saturday night when the Vancouver Canucks hosted the Calgary Flames in a fight filled contest and believes Tortorella will be heavily fined. Did Flames’ head coach Bob Hartley purposely put on his tough to start a line brawl? How much steam does Eugene Melnyk’s forensic investigation on Matt Cooke really have?

5:30 – Kerry Fraser, Former NHL Official

Kerry Fraser speaks about how he would have handled the Vancouver Canucks and Calgary Flames line brawl Saturday night. He touches on how NHL officials are instructed to handle those types of situations and the importance of developing a rapport with players and coaches around the league.

6:00 – Herm Edwards, ESPN NFL Analyst

Herm Edwards speaks about his prediction of a Denver-Seattle Super Bowl match up. He touches on why he felt the San Francisco 49ers made a mistake on their first possession of the game and provides his thoughts on Richard Sherman’s post-game comments about receiver Michael Crabtree. What’s next for the New England Patriots and was Wes Welker at fault for Aqib Talib’s injury?

6:15 – Darren Dreger, TSN Hockey Insider

Darren Dreger speaks about the line brawl between the Calgary Flames and Vancouver Canucks on Saturday night and believes John Tortorella will pay a heavy price for his actions. He touches on Phil Kessel’s hot and cold streaks and the impact of his lapses on the club. Could James Reimer be used as trade bait as the trade deadline approaches and are the Edmonton Oilers shopping Jordan Eberle for a No. 1 goalie?

6:40 – Sean Burke, Coyotes Assistant to the GM and Goalie Coach

Phoenix Coyotes’ goalie coach Sean Burke speaks about Mike Smith’s selection to the Canadian Olympic team and the difficulty of playing in the Western Conference. He touches on hockey in Phoenix and the impact that the new ownership group has had on the organization. He provides his thoughts on the Western Conference team that gives the Coyotes the most difficult time.

Tomorrow: Anthony Calvillo, Als QB retiring from football, Jim Daopoulos, NFL Officiating Insider / Fmr Supervisor of NFL Officials

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