In this episode: A look back at the past week in TV including Hat Trick Trivia, 30 for 30, The Goldbergs, the Survivor finale and is it still possible to watch a movie with commercials? In baseball the owners and players are arguing over money and Blake Snell only made things worse. The NCAA is trying to figure out how to get the college football season started even though colleges are closed down and in college basketball Duke and Zion Williamson are in a bit of trouble. Also more Canada Cup 87 memories and the all-time team Canada roster. Recorded May 16, 2020.
In this episode: The baseball Hall of Fame welcomes two new inductees, more on the Astros sign stealing scandal, the NHL All Star skills competition and Zion Williamson finally makes his NBA debut. Recorded January 25th, 2020.
In this episode: Skip and Josh react to Nationals win over the cardinals and the Astros dramatic victory over the Yankees. Josh is still mentally not prepared to even entertain the possibility of the Nationals winning the world Series and Skip is glad that defense has proven to be incredibly important in this year’s playoffs. In the NFL the Rams are hoping that Jalen Ramsey will put them over the top and the Kansas City Chiefs will have to find a way to win games without Patrick Mahomes. Meanwhile the NBA is hoping that the injury to Zion Williamson is not serious. Recorded October 20, 2019.
Skip has been away and has not been able to stay up to date on all the latest news in sports. Luckily Josh has been keeping a list of all the things that have been bugging him, including conservative NFL coaches, taking a knee, the overuse of replays, pitchers not being able to catch pop ups, the Washington Nationals, the Atlanta Braves and Marlins man. Recorded October 5, 2019.
In this episode: An intense twenty minute discussion on the news that the Tampa Bay Rays are exploring the idea of playing half of their games in Montreal. Does this idea make any sense for either city? What does this ultimately mean for the return of baseball to Montreal? Also news and notes from the NBA draft, the NHL draft and NHL awards. Recorded June 22, 2019.
In this episode: The NHL playoffs, blown calls and the future of replay reviews. The NBA draft lottery, the Warriors dominance without Kevin Durant and the Raptors fighting to stay alive. In baseball, an update on Vlad Jr. and the record setting amount of homers & strikeouts. Recorded May 19, 2019.
In this episode the guys recap the first two rounds of March Madness, including Duke’s thrilling/lucky win over UCF. In the NHL the playoff races are coming down to the wire, meanwhile in Ottawa, Sen’s owner Eugene Melnyk made a fool of himself (again). The guys discuss Mike Trout’s mega contract and look ahead to the start of the MLB season. Recorded March 25, 2019.
Josh starts the show with a “What Bugs Me”, then the guys discuss the Duke-UNC game, the injury to Zion Williamson and the possibility of him sitting out the rest of the season. In baseball Manny Machado got his huge contract, will Bryce Harper be next and do players actually care about winning or just the money? Plus, what’s going on with Robert Kraft? Recorded February 23, 2019.
Recorded August 19, 2018. Duke’s Canadian tour came to a close and Josh made the road trip to Montreal to be there. This episode has some more behind the scenes content including clips from Coach K’s post-game press conference and some locker room interviews. Also in this episode the guys discuss how Major League baseball sent the wrong message with the Jose Urena suspension, the dismal season for the Nationals and some listener mail.