On this episode, we meet Fraser Aird, the newest member of your Valour FC team! Also, legendary Wesmen volleyball coach, Mike Burchuk tells us how he feels about being inducted into the Canada West Hall of Fame (and which 1940s movie inspired him!). And did you know that one of the best table tennis officials in the world lives right here in Manitoba?! Darek Mikita tells us about his amazing journey to the Grand Finals in China!
With the NHL All-Star break here, it's time to look back at the first half-plus of the season with Leah Hextall. What went wrong? What will happen next? Then, Carson Lambos of the Winnipeg ICE talks about the team's enormous homestand and what he did for his 17th birthday. Finally, Bill Johnson of Football Manitoba explains why flag football is exploding in popularity.
Mitch Peacock previews the upcoming weekend for the Winnipeg Ice. The Australian Open gets started this week, and Mark Arndt of Tennis Manitoba shares his predictions. And one last weekend of NFL play before the Superbowl. The Power Parlay picks who they expect to see in the big game.
The newest member of the Winnipeg ICE joins the show! Dawson Barteaux from Foxwarren, Manitoba talks about his tiny hometown, his future with the Dallas Stars and what it was like to be traded. Then, Winnipegger Dylan Carreiro explains his decision to return to Valour FC for the 2020 season. And Elliot Beals, head badminton coach at the Winnipeg Winter Club, goes through his recent experience at a Paralympic test event in Japan and previews a big event coming up in Winnipeg!
On this episode, Murat Ates of The Athletic tries to tell us what's wrong with The Winnipeg Jets. Also, MJBL President, Jamie Bettens weighs in on the Astros signs scandal. And it's the ridiculously-ramped-up recap of the NFL Divisionals! BONUS : Listen to Christian's absolutely ambiguous attempt at accents!
Speedskater Alexa Scott chats about her young career, and you're going to want to remember her name. Manitoba Junior curling champion Mackenzie Zacharias comes down to the studio to talk about the now and the future. And the Power Parlay convenes to make their picks for the weekend's NFL playoff games.
On this episode, Orlondo Steinauer of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats fills us in on the GM Meetings. Also, it's the return of the MJHL Report with Virden coach/GM, Tyson Ramsey. And Marnie Minkus tells us about her dynastic Wesmen basketball team being inducted into the Canada West Hall of Fame!
Montreal Alouettes coach (and former Bombers QB) Khari Jones sits down with Christian to talk the CFL League Meetings. And the Replay Booth returns after the Christmas break and watched We Are Marshall, which was.....sad.
On this episode, Leah Hextall joins us to chat about The Jets slump, Byfuglien's future and more. Also, our very own Kelly Moore had a chance to hear from Kim Davis of the MJHL about how to deal with serious injuries, in light of a recent incident in the MMJHL. And we catch up with coaches and players to preview the Wesmen Classic!
The voice of the Saskatchewan Roughriders, Derek Taylor, has placed the Winnipeg Blue Bombers 8th in some early CFL power rankings for next season. What gives? We'll find out. And Christian breaks down his very subjective list of the ten best sports moments of the decade!
Valour FC coach Rob Gale calls in to talk about his off-season and the Canadian championship draw. Local refugee Grace Fanhbulleh overcomes tragedy and wins pre-Olympic boxing qualifier. And we check in with MJHL commissioner Kim Davis as the season reaches the halfway mark.
On this episode, Golf Manitoba's Jared Ladobruk runs down the Presidents Cup and upcoming changes to the World Handicap System. Also, we revisit Kelly Moore's player profile of recently re-signed Bomber, Drew Wolitarsky. And play that Dart anthem loud - Fallon Sherrock has smashed the glass ceiling!!
On this episode, we hear from O'Shea, Walters and Miller - the Canadian Mafia - about moving forward together. Also, Julie McLaren & Jaycie Morris stop by to tell us about going to Cancun for the World Championships of Dodgeball. And Jeff Wood of Sport Manitoba gears up for the para-sport combine.
The Toronto Argonauts and the Edmonton Eskimos have themselves new coaches. The names were a surprise to some. Ed Tait of bluebombers.com and Eskimos colour commentator Dave Campbell call in to discuss the hires. And this week on The Freezer, Christian sits down with Winnipeg Ice forward Jakin Smallwood.
On this episode, homegrown Bomber, Brady Oliveira takes the Grey Cup on a school circuit today. Also, Kelly Moore catches up with Pat Neufeld about re-signing with the Bombers for another year. And it's the last Replay Booth of 2019!! 'Jamaican' me crazy with Cool Runnings!
On this episode, REDBLACKS new head coach, Paul LaPolice tells us why he chose Ottawa and what Winnipeg has meant to him. Also, Executive Director of the Canadian Sports Center Manitoba weighs in the Russia ban. And Carolyn Trono stops by to share how Rocks & Rings is building skills and community for newcomers.
Are the Winnipeg Jets for real? Leah Hextall calls in to dissect the question (spoiler alert: they might be!). Jason Maas joins Rider Nation as their new Offensive Coordinator. Rob Vanstone helps break down the big hire! And Canada's National Dodgeball teams just returned home from Cancun. Coach Victor Gravili joins the show to talk about how they did at the World Championships.
It's the much anticipated return of the CJOB Sports Show podcast! On this edition, Moose centre Jansen Harkins talks about his red-hot start to the season, his player of the month honour from November and all the memorabilia he has from his dad appearing in the movie 'Miracle.' Also, Winnipeg ICE forward Owen Pederson discusses his season so far and Kirk Penton of The Athletic wonders if Paul LaPolice will get another head coaching gig in the CFL.