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    The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

    Ray Ferraro and Darren Dreger, two of the biggest names in the game, join forces for The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast.

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    The Rubber Boots Podcast

    James Duthie is joined by TSN staffers Lester McLean, Sean 'Puffy' Cameron and a special guest each episode to chat sports and just about anything else.

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    Beauties

    Each episode of James Duthie’s podcast focuses on incredible stories from hockey’s biggest names, greatest characters and unsung heroes.

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  • Bump and Run - Bob Weeks and Jamie Reidel

    Bump and Run

    TSN's Bob Weeks and Jamie Reidel bring you a TSN Golf podcast on the latest news in the world of Golf.

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  • BarDown Podcast

    The BarDown Podcast

    A hockey podcast that doesn’t talk about last night’s scores. The BarDown podcast will investigate, uncover and explore long-form stories at the intersection of sports, pop culture, technology. We’re answering the hockey questions that no one asked.

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    Top 10: Odd Collisions
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    Top 10: Odd Collisions

    After an incredible volleyball save saw Houston's Kate Georgiades dive onto a table to keep the play alive, SportsCentre counts down the most memorable 'odd collisions' in the latest Top 10.

  • Oct 23

    Matthew Zupanc: 1992-2022
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    Matthew Zupanc: 1992-2022

    A beloved member of our TSN family, Matthew Zupanc passed away Wednesday after battling cancer. He was just 30 years old. Matt was a valued member of our TSN staff and an exceptional person. He brought a passion to the SportsCentre newsroom that lifted everybody up around him and will be greatly missed.

  • Sep 26

    The importance of Eugene Arcand’s story being told
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    The importance of Eugene Arcand’s story being told

    As the country prepares to mark the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30, TSN.ca begins a five-part series on the life of residential school survivor Eugene Arcand. Bob McKenzie discusses why it is so important that his story is heard.

  • Feb 14

    Black History Month: Recognizing racism
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    Black History Month: Recognizing racism

    February is Black History Month – a month that is about honouring the enormous contributions that Black people have made, and continue to make, in all sectors of society. Black History Month was created in opposition to anti-Black racism, hate and discrimination. Raegan Subban spoke with a number of Black Canadian athletes about their experiences with racism. Whether overt comments or microaggressions, all agreed that recognition of what is racist is key to putting an end to it.

  • Feb 4

    Black History Month: The importance of representation and role models
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    Black History Month: The importance of representation and role models

    February is Black History Month – a month that is about honouring the enormous contributions that Black people have made, and continue to make, in all sectors of society. It is about celebrating resilience, innovation, and determination. In sports these qualities have been necessary in order for Black athletes to trailblaze for future generations. Raegan Subban spoke with a number of Black Canadian athletes about the importance of representation and role models in sport.

  • Feb 2

    Black History Month: What does it mean?
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    Black History Month: What does it mean?

    February 1st marks the start of Black History Month – a month that is about honouring the enormous contributions that Black people have made, and continue to make, in all sectors of society. It is about celebrating resilience, innovation, and determination to work towards a more inclusive and diverse Canada. Raegan Subban spoke with a number of Black Canadian athletes who embrace this month but also recognize there is more work to be done.