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Engaging sports conversation, enthusiastic debate, and wide-ranging opinions with Mike Zigomanis and Scott MacArthur. Entertaining, passionate, and fun - all the while focusing on the topics Toronto sports fans care about most.

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    • 3.0, 19 Ratings

Engaging sports conversation, enthusiastic debate, and wide-ranging opinions with Mike Zigomanis and Scott MacArthur. Entertaining, passionate, and fun - all the while focusing on the topics Toronto sports fans care about most.

    May 29: Too many obstacles for MLB

    May 29: Too many obstacles for MLB

    Ziggy and Scott discuss Scott

    Boras’ comments to MLB players. Lorie Kane talks about the honour of being

    inducted into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame

    (56:41). Elliotte Friedman breaks down the realistic timeline for the NHL

    returning (1:29:12). Then Jeff Frye outlines how close MLB is to not having a season

    in 2020 (1:43:20).







     The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those

    of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers

    Media Inc. or any affiliate.

    • 2 hrs 11 min
    May 28: Taking sides

    May 28: Taking sides

    Ziggy and Scott discuss the battle in MLB between the owners and players. Shi Davidi on that tension and why he feels this fight won’t last (1:12:07). Bernard Lee talks about how close the NBA is to returning to play (1:26:55). Then Anthony Stewart and Justin Bourne share their thoughts on the 24-team Stanley Cup Playoffs format (1:45:23).







     The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those

    of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers

    Media Inc. or any affiliate.

    • 2 hrs 11 min
    May 27: NHL return plan

    May 27: NHL return plan

    Ziggy and Scott discuss the NHL’s return to play plan. Rick Vaive looks back to 1982 when he set the single-season goal-scoring record for the Leafs (47:20). Dan Gladman remembers producing the telecasts for the Raptors’ 2019 championship run (59:14). Brian Burke offers his thoughts on the NHL’s new playoff format (1:18:52). Then NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly breaks down how the league will deal with possible COVID-19 complications upon its return (1:48:05).







     The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those

    of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers

    Media Inc. or any affiliate.

    • 2 hrs 10 min
    Headliner: Bill Daly

    Headliner: Bill Daly

    The NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly discusses the plan in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the other playoff formats they work-shopped before settling on the current one, and how late they are willing to let the 2021 season start.

    • 16 min
    May 26: May Madness champion is crowned

    May 26: May Madness champion is crowned

    Ziggy and Scott discuss the winner

    of the May Madness bracket. David Amber talks about the challenges of starting

    the NHL playoffs in July (1:17:44). John Gibbons tells stories from his time in

    Toronto (1:30:21). Then Christine Brennen explains why it is time to stop

    talking about Lance Armstrong (1:52:56).







     The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those

    of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers

    Media Inc. or any affiliate.

    • 2 hrs 12 min
    May 25: Dream foursome

    May 25: Dream foursome

    Ziggy and Scott discuss their dream

    golf foursomes. Stephen Brunt remembers just how good Roy Halladay was and the

    demons he battled (1:00:21). Jon Morosi talks

    about the likelihood of MLB returning this season (1:23:03). Toronto Councillor for Ward 10, Joe

    Cressey, discusses his disappointment seeing people not

    social distancing over the weekend (1:45:04). Then Dr. Vinita Dube explains how

    we could see a surge in COVID-19 cases due to the warm weather (1:53:10).







     The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those

    of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers

    Media Inc. or any affiliate.

    • 2 hrs 12 min

Customer Reviews

3.0 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

sds216 ,

Losing Ashley was a big mistake.

I have no problems with Scotty Max or Ziggy as individuals, but as co-hosts they are just flat out boring. Not only was Ashley intelligent and knowledgeable about sports, her spunky personality and sense of humour added much needed lightness and fun to the show. Not so much anymore. Have stopped listening since she left.

pangasea ,

Lead off

I didn’t think the morning show could get any worse they get rid of the only good thing on the show Ashley Docking they are losing the ratings war,pathetic where this has gone get rid Dave Cadeau bring back Nelson Millman to get this station back on track it’s clearly in the dumpster a complete tire fire.

Danny Eck. ,

Ground hog day

All I hear is D-12’s fight music every morning I drive to work.

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