The first weekly hockey analytics program in North America, TSN Hockey Analytics is hosted by Andy McNamara and features regular appearances by a wide range of guests, including hockey analytics writer Travis Yost, TSN’s resident stats guru Scott Cullen, and editor-in-chief of The Athletic Toronto James Mirtle. TSN Hockey Analytics airs Saturdays from 12-1pm.
TSN Hockey Analytics: Season 6 - Episode 01
It's the season 6 premiere of TSN Hockey Analytics! Andy McNamara is joined by TSN.ca's Travis Yost, Sean Tierney of Hockey Graphs, and Gus Katsaros of Rotoworld and McKeen's Hockey, and James Harding for all your fantasy needs! We get into hockey and analytics talk from every angle!
TSN Hockey Analytics: Season 5 - Episode 32
It's the season five finale of TSN Hockey Analytics! Andy McNamara is joined by TSN.ca's Travis Yost, Sean Tierney of Hockey Graphs, and Gus Katsaros of Rotoworld and McKeen's Hockey. We get into how the conference finals will play out, and the major storylines heading into the off-season. All of our guests join via the Dominos Canada Delivery Line!
TSN Hockey Analytics: Season 5 - Episode 31
On episode 31 of Hockey Analytics, Andy McNamara is joined by Travis Yost of TSN.ca to chat about what has made the Hurricanes successful so far this post-season. Then, Gus Katsaros of Rotoworld profiles Nathan MacKinnon and chats a bit about which Toronto Marlies he's keeping an eye on for next season. Sean Tierney of Hockey Graphs also weighs in on Carolina's run so far and picks which goalie he would ride with for the rest of the playoffs. And, we wrap up the year that was from a fantasy perspective with James Harding of NHL.com
TSN Hockey Analytics: Season 5 - Episode 30
On episode 30 of Hockey Analytics with Andy McNamara, we're joined on the Dominos Canada Delivery Line by TSN.ca's Travis Yost to discuss which second-round playoff series is most exciting. Then, we put a bow on the Maple Leafs season with Rotoworld Analytics Columnist Gus Katsaros, and we play some notable clips out of the Leafs' season-ending press conferences. Finally, James Harding of NHL.com joins us for some second-round fantasy chatter!
TSN Hockey Analytics: Season 5 - Episode 29
On episode 29 of Hockey Analytics, Andy McNamara is joined on the Dominos Canada Delivery Line by Travis Yost of TSN.ca to chat about the two notable first-round upsets. Then Sean Tierney of Hockey Graphs and The Athletic joins us to look ahead to this weekend's action. Ian Tulloch of The Athletic Toronto calls in to breakdown the Maple Leafs vs. Bruins series through five games. And we wrap up with some Daily Fantasy advice from Pete Jensen of NHL.com!
TSN Hockey Analytics: Season 5 - Episode 28
On Episode 28 of Hockey Analytics, Andy McNamara is joined on the Dominos Canada Delivery Line by TSN.ca's Travis Yost to chat about the Blue Jackets' surprising start to the playoffs. Then Rotoworld Analytics Columnist Gus Katsaros weighs in on the Maple Leafs ahead of game two tonight versus the Bruins. Scott Cullen of The Athletic, The Hockey News, and NHL.com chats about the Hurricanes and the response he expects from them. Plus, we hear from Johnn Avello of DraftKings!
Very informative but with technical issues
I love the content provided; even delving into minor league players and assisting on fantasy hockey. While you get the little to maple leafs centric content you get from most TSN” outlets, this podcast seems to reduce that focus with plenty of time to focus on other teams and players.
The only real gripe I have against this podcast are what seems like the weekly technical issues. This ranges from poor phone lines (seriously Yost has so much good information but often can’t hear all his nuances). Also, you get episodes where the sound disappears for a few seconds at a time for the entire podcast.
Abrasive uncool. Hockey or Dominos pizza?
Sounds like an 80's radio station with constant repeating of the name of the show ("TSN 1050" "get the meaning of the numbers" over and over again) and constant reference to twitter handles and how to contact Andy are just seriously uncool. The blaring "get the meaning of the numbers" is beyond annoying. And then there's the constant push to get you buy Dominos pizza. TSN is this for real, is this really what you think serious hockey fans will listen to? The ONLY highlight of the show is Travis Yost who is a total star and too good for this show IMO and is the only reason I have listened to this show for so long. After Travis (which ends after about 10-13 minutes) you might as well tune out because it's all downhill from there. For example, Gus from rotoworld (or whatever his position is) is the worst, I mean worst, that you can imagine. I stuck with this show way too long and finally gave up and have moved on to better podcasts out there.
Now I understand what the numbers mean!