Toronto Sports Media Sports Radio Lineups

By Rob Gregg

Here’s your drive home lineups

On Sportsnet 590 The FAN from 4-7pm, Prime Time Sports with Bob McCown. Stephen Brunt co-hosts from 5pm:

400 – Darren Rovell, CNBC
420 – Jeremy Roenick, hockey analyst
520 – Bob Elliott, Toronto Sun
540 – Ben Blatt, Harvard University
600 – Julie Bristow, Executive Director, Studio & Unscripted Programming, CBC
620 – Jim Hughson, HNIC
640 – Scott McCain, Saint John Sea Dogs owner, CEO

On TSN Radio 1050 from 4-7pm, Cybulski & Co., with James Cybulski.

Rob Murphy, recently retired Argo
Dirk Hayhurst, Author and fmr pitcher
Bruce Buffer, Voice of the UFC
Dan Shulman
James Duthie
Bob McKenzie

On TSN (5pm) & TSN2 (6:30pm), Off the Record with Michael Landsberg:

Gary Payton, NBA Legend
Mitch Williams, MLB Analyst
Dave Maloney, NY Rangers Analyst

Tonight on Sportsline:

Should Ricky Romero respond to negative comments from fans and media on Twitter? Does the NHL prefer the Rangers to win the Eastern Conference and not the Devils? Are you interested in listening to a woman’s perspective and commentary of the Stanley Cup Final on CBC and could Shaquille O’Neal make a good General Manager in the NBA? Join Hebsy & Bubbs tonight at 7 on CHCH


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    Boy, that woman from.the cbc was spinning like she was making clay pots.

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    Also that CBC idea is the stupidest idea in the history of stupid. (At least until the next one)

    Should we have another feed for baseball fans where the Jays broadcast is overlayed onto hockey? e_e

    Women who like hockey are already watching hockey. Women who don’t, won’t watch hockey. It’s kinda like Americans and hockey. >_>

    Besides, hockey players are under helmets, padding and often, masks or visors. What’s the point of discussing if they’re hot?

    God. This is insulting to both men and women.

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    itchy butt 7 years ago

    There is already an alternative for women whose sloppy, unkept husband is glued in front of the TV for HNIC. It’s called “having an affair”.