Former Manitoba Bison Adam Henry chats about being named Canada West Defenceman of the Year. CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosie talks CFL...and XFL. And Bisons basketball player Addison Martin wins the Canada West award for Courage through Adversity.
On this episode, we sit down with Manitoba curling champion, Jason Gunnlaugson ahead of the Brier. Also, Kelvin Cech of the Winkler Flyers tells us what it was like to be crowned the MJHL Coach of the Year. And Bob Irving emerges from hibernation to tee up the Blue Bomber Winter Special!
Kerri Einarson's squad went to Moose Jaw and won the Scotties! Now they're back in Manitoba and Christian had the chance to chat with Einarson, second Shannon Birchard, and lead Briane Meilleur about their title-winning experience! Then, Leah Hextall breaks down NHL trade deadline day and ponders whether the Winnipeg Jets will ever figure out how to be a good team this season.
Ashton Liskie, VP of Umpires for Baseball Manitoba, stops by to talk about an upcoming clinic and....how do they do it? And the Freezer checks in with Winnipeg Ice forward Isaac Johnson, who leads the team in scoring.
New Bomber linebacker Micah Awe calls in to talk about his decision to join the Blue and Gold. The Athletic's Murat Ates discusses the latest Winnipeg Jets developments. And Manitoba racecar driver David Richert chats about racing and Europe, and how people manage to walk away from those heavy crashes.
Lots of audio from Willie Jefferson as he tells Winnipeg why he decided to return to the Blue and Gold. And 14-year-old Logan MacDonald and his mom Marcia come by the studio to talk his big Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu win in San Diego.
On this episode, Jamie Nye of 980 CJME in Regina tells us what free agency looks like from The Green Zone. Also, we hear about the state of the league from future MJHL Commissioner, Kevin Saurette. And it's squash time! Tournament chair David Glass serves up all the details about the championship heading our way!
The Manitoba Moose are retiring Jimmy Roy's jersey. He calls in to talk his playing career and his new gig as director of player development for the Jets. And in this week's edition of the Freezer, Jackson Leppard chats about his career season.
Former MJHL/Bisons goalie Byron Spriggs calls in to talk about the upcoming charity outdoor hockey event. And the MJBL's Jamie Bettens answers questions about some MLB news, including the Mookie Betts trade and Pete Rose's newest cry for a return to baseball.
On this episode, local rowing coach and Olympic silver medalist, Janine Stephens tells us about the Presidents Award. Also, Winnipeg Rifles coach, Geordie Wilson stops by to break some exciting news about the future of player development. And in this installment of the Replay Booth, our favourite tater tot Jeff Braun takes on Mystery, Alaska.
There was a huge game on Sunday.....in Curling!! Ted Wyman calls in to talk Kerri Einarson's big win in the Manitoba Scotties. And Darren Anderson from Special Olympics Manitoba talks about the upcoming Winter Games in Thunder Bay.
On this episode, we catch up with commissioner Kim Davis who's retiring after 18 years with the MJHL, and with incoming commissioner, Kevin Saurette. And Murat Ates of The Athletic tells us what to expect from the Jets...and from his new foster puppy, Clyde!
On this episode, we hear from both Zach Collaros & Kyle Walters about the Bomber quarterback signing. And the Canadian Junior Curling Champion skips stop by to tell us about their amazing road to gold!
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!