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Apr 17, 2024

Ward: NHL goaltending is garbage

Former NHL defenceman Aaron Ward on the priceless experience Habs got from facing a team with their backs against the wall and why he says the Martin Brodeur days are long past and current goaltending is garbage

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  • May 23

    She's Got Game #156

    ‘Minister of Defence’ retired Keeper Stephanie Labbé – who backstopped Canada to soccer gold in Tokyo – joins Michaela and Vanessa. She’s now GM of Vancouver Whitecaps FC. The WNBA is coming to Toronto in 2026! Michaela and Vanessa have some team name suggestions. The New York Liberty welcomed Caitlin Clark and the Indiana Fever for their home opener at Barclays Center and Michaela was there to witness Ellie the Elephant steal the show! Michaela and Vanesa dispel the myth that Clark is struggling. Sabrina Ionescu has reached another level in her fourth season. Rookie Nika Muhl is stepping into Sue Bird’s shadow in Seattle. And it’s an all-American PWHL Final.

  • May 24

    1st Half with guest - Tony Loffreda

    This week on The 1st Half, Paul Desbaillets sits down with Senator Tony Loffreda, Loffreda was appointed to the Senate of Canada by the Governor General of Canada in 2019. They talk about Tony’s experience in the world of politics, how he developed his love of soccer, disappointment that Montreal won’t host games for the World Cup and more. Paul also sits down with Emilio Zaga Mendez who is the Project Manager and Branding of Fuego Fuego as they talk about the importance of the festival, as well as the new kit that they released for the event. Lastly, Rocco Placentino Sporting Director of CS St Laurent, joins to talk about the team’s journey throughout the Canadian Championship before losing to Toronto FC in quarterfinals. Tune into The 1st Half Culture Show every Friday at 6pm where you can expect the unexpected with weekly guests, deep dives into soccer's heart, its influence on pop culture, and the kind of banter only Paul can deliver.

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