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 is John Shannon
4:00 Doug Smith, Toronto Star
4:20 Jamie Campbell, Sportsnet In Studio
5:20 Tom Tebbutt, Tennis Canada Live From The French Open
5:40 Katy Feeney, MLB’s Executive VP For Scheduling & Club Relations
6:00 Jim Hughson, Hockey Night In Canada
6:20 Ken Holland, Red Wings GM
6:40 Eugene Melnyk, Majors & Senators Owner

On TSN Radio 1050

James Cybuski’s Co-host: Sean McCormick

James Duthie
Jacob Peterson – Midfielder, Toronto FC
Dr. Oz
Bob McKenzie
Herm Edwards – ESPN
Darren Dreger

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

4:45 – Steve Harris (Boston Herald Bruins Writer)
5:05 – Brian Duff (NHL Network Playoff Hockey Insider)
5:25 – Sean Fitz-Gerald (National Post Sports Writer)
6:05 – Scott Burnside (ESPN Playoff Hockey Insider)
6:25 – Rick Peckham (Tampa Bay Lightning Television Play-by-Play)

COMMENTS

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    Shannon telling Hughson that people think he’s a homer, and asking for his thoughts on it, might have been the only time I’ve heard him ask a hardball question on PTS.

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    “Shannon telling Hughson that people think he’s a homer, and asking for his thoughts on it, might have been the only time I’ve heard him ask a hardball question on PTS.”

    He probably gave him a heads up off air, or Hughston asked him to ask it, because Shannon simply does not ask hard questions.

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    Normally I’d agree, but Hughson, seemed quite pissy about it even being brought up and spun like the magic dreidel about how objective he was.
    I believe the exact wording was “People think you’re cheering for the Canucks”.

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    miracleviolence 8 years ago

    I thought Hughson dodged the question. However at this stage of the playoffs the Canadian announcers usually lean to the Canadian squads. Emrick on NBC on the other hand, when a Canadian team was in the finals I felt he always got over the romance and “big deal” feel a Finals in Canada had. Like when the Edmonton crowd sang both anthems ; he put it over huge.