Toronto Sports Media Sports Radio Lineups

Here’s are your drive home lineups

On Fan 590 Tonight-

– Bob McCown’s co-host from 5 to 7 Stephen Brunt
4:00-4:35 Daren Millard, Sportsnet In Studio
4:41 Keith Law, ESPN
5:21 Richard Griffin, Toronto Star
5:41 Richard Lapchick, Director, Institute for Diversity & Ethics In Sport
6:00 Bill Daly, NHL’s Deputy Commissioner
6:21 Lester Munson, Our legal analyst
6:41 Bert Randolph Sugar, Boxing Historian

On TSN Radio 1050

James Cybuski’s co-host is Bruce Arthur

John Lu

James Duthie

Dave Naylor

Bob McKenzie

Matt Devlin

Sherman Hamilton

On 640 with Jim Ralph and Bill Watters thanks to Mike S.:

4:40 – Daryl Reaugh (Stars Color Commentator/NHL on Versus)

5:05 – Brian Duff (NHL Network)

5:25 – Tom Verducci (Sports Illustrated Baseball Columnist)

6:05 – Scott Morrison (HNIC Hockey Insider)

6:25 – Bob Errey (Pittsburgh Penguins TV Color Analyst)


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    Very good interview on PTS tonight with Bill Daily… not much in the way on substance … but good hard hitting questions by McCown and Brunt…talked about the Coyotes/ Goldwater and possiable move to Winnepeg basicly the one word lawyer answers and the new NHL TV deal…very good listen…PTS showed why 4-7 they are #1…640 am they are still on?..

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    Mike S 9 years ago

    A random thought on each of the three drive home shows:

    590………..I find it interesting that they have decided to start each hour of PTS exactly at the top of the hour, I assume it must be because they want to get a jump on the competition

    1050………..great to hear Bruce Arthur tonight for three full hours talking about many different subjects, he was always good on 590 with McCown and he was good tonight with Cybulski

    640………….Jim Ralph is the 4th co-host for Wilbur in the last 10 months and he sounds somewhat disinterested, someone needs to pull the plug and put that show out of its misery

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    Steve (in Hamilton) 9 years ago

    Mike S,

    Just to be a stickler, but “disinterested” means unbiased. I think you mean “uninterested.”

    It’s the Wilner in me that made me write this – and the fact that I had to teach this word today to an uninterested class. 🙂