Toronto Sports Media Sports Radio Lineups

by Rob G

Here’s your drive home lineups

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

400 – Phones for the hour
500 – Open segment with McCown & Friedman
520 – Gregg Zaun, Sportsnet
540 – Tom Gulitti, The Record
600 – Ken Rosenthal, Fox Sports
620 – Bruce Garrioch, Ottawa Sun
640 – Robert Klemko,

On TSN Radio 1050 from 4-7pm, TSN Drive with Dave Naylor. co-hosts:

4:30 – John Chiles, Argos
5:00 – Stephen Walkom, NHL Director of Officiating
5:15 – Dean Brown, Voice of the Sens
5:30 – Richard Deitsch,
6:00 – Herm Edwards
6:30 – Jason DeVos

On TSN (5pm) & TSN2 (7pm), the Best of Off the Record with Michael Landsberg:


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    Nan Young Lee 7 years ago

    Jason DeVos was insightful on the upcoming BPL season. When talking about David Moyes, DeVos mentioned he recently completed his UEFA ‘A’. From his posts on TSN it was obvious he was deeply interested in player development and coaching. On his website, under the “Player Development” section, he links to an interesting report on player development in the German academies.
    Maybe DeVos will eventually work his way up to manage Canada one day or perhaps he’ll lead Liverpool to their first championship (that’s a joke for Another(Andrew) who schooled me a week or so ago).

    Also nice of DeVos to have Portman Road (I think) as his twitter avatar. Too bad BMO Field is not as aesthetically appealing.

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    Liverpool = 18 league titles. Sorry, but I’m a little sensitive about that. 🙂

    Btw, I’m looking forward to watching Kristian Jack on TSN. The best footy analyst around.

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    (Another) Andrew 7 years ago

    Both Jason DeVos and Craig Forrest are good analysts so we are quite fortunate to have them. I particularly like Forrest on the Canadian national team. For years our soccer analysts and commentators have given them a pass but Forrest has never shied away from being critical.

    From what I’ve seen Luke Wileman is also a good presenter and commentator. Yet on British TV most analysts are big time ex-players who, resting on their celebrity status, just phone it in. Maybe that’s why we have good analysts: No name recognition celebrity ex-players to rely on so they go for guys who actually analyse and are good on TV.