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  1. Short: The career and legacy of Pernell Whitaker

    Michael Short joins Peter Klein to share his thoughts on the career and legacy of Pernell Whitaker. He talks about his most memorable boxing tilts.

    https://www.sportsnet.ca/960/boomer-morning/michael-short-discusses-career-legacy-pernell-whitaker/

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  2. Wyshynski: Ken Holland has a mountain to climb with the Oilers

    ESPN’s Sr. hockey scribe Greg Wyshynski weighs in on the amount of RFAs still unsigned, the possibility Patrik Laine leaves the Jets, why it should be a soft salary cap, how the New Jersey Devils look for 2019-20, Connor McDavid’s situation with the Oilers, the timetable for when Edmonton can contend for the Stanley Cup, and Jake Gardiner still without a team.

    https://www.sportsnet.ca/590/sportsnet-today/ken-holland-mountain-climb-edmonton-oilers/

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  3. Granger: Golden Knights’ salary cap, their goaltending and Gusev’s future

    Jesse Granger talks with Klein and Nault about the Golden Knights’ salary cap issues and the decisions they face. He weighs in Nikita Gusev’s future and if they’ll trade the Russian forward. Granger discusses the Knights’ goaltending and the importance of Malcolm Subban.

    https://www.sportsnet.ca/960/boomer-morning/jesse-granger-golden-knights-salary-cap-gusevs-future-goaltending/

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  4. De Rosario: Kawhi, VAR, Women’s WC, Gold Cup

    The MLS great discusses Kawhi Leonard leaving the Raptors, the use of VAR, the confidence displayed by the US team at the FIFA Women’s World Cup, Christine Sinclair not taking Canada’s penalty shot in their knockout match vs. Sweden, the men’s team losing to Haiti in the Gold Cup quarters, the challenge of going on the road for international competitions, and his involvement with City Shred Kids Edition.

    https://www.sportsnet.ca/590/sportsnet-starting-lineup/dwayne-de-rosario-kawhi-var-womens-wc-gold-cup/

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  5. Grange: Leonard laid it all out on the line for a Championship, hopefully fans remember that

    Michael Grange, Raptors Columnist for Sportsnet joined Roger Lajoie and Josh Goldberg to discuss what the news Kawhi Leonard’s signing with the Clippers means for the Raptors, their fans and the rest of the NBA.

    https://www.sportsnet.ca/590/sportsnet-today/leonard-laid-line-championship-hopefully-fans-remember/

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  6. Tulloch: Did the Maple Leafs’ just significantly overpay Cody Ceci?

    The Athletic’s Ian Tulloch provides his takes on the Maple Leafs giving Cody Ceci a one-year deal at $4.5M, the role for Ceci under Mike Babcock, how Toronto’s blue line now compares to the one that ended the 2018-19 season, what price is too much for Mitch Marner, and if a bridge deal for the young forward is more likely.

    https://www.sportsnet.ca/590/sportsnet-today/maple-leafs-just-significantly-overpay-cody-ceci/

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  7. Brunt: Kawhi Leonard’s free agent craziness and the Blue Jays

    Stephen Brunt joins Klein and Nault to share his thoughts on the Kawhi Leonard’s free agency and the future of basketball in Canada. He discusses the play of the , Blue Jays and Lourdes Gurriel Jr.’s hot streak.

    https://www.sportsnet.ca/960/boomer-morning/stephen-brunt-weighs-kawhi-leonards-free-agent-craziness-blue-jays/

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  8. Wyshynski: Going over the July 1st moves in the NHL

    Greg Wyshynski, Sr. hockey scribe for ESPN, gives his take on what the Maple Leafs are getting in Tyson Barrie & Alex Kerfoot, which team he would like to see end up with Sebastian Aho, Taylor Hall’s future with the Devils, the best & worst contracts signed on July 1st, the state of the Penguins, the goaltending situation in Calgary, how good the Canucks are, the best course of action for the Oilers, and Artemi Panarin’s fit with the Rangers.

    https://www.sportsnet.ca/590/sportsnet-today/going-july-1st-moves-nhl-greg-wyshynski/

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  9. Malamud: Russia’s corrupt hockey playoffs mirror Putin’s ideology

    It’s hockey night in the Russian Federation, and some observers say controversies in the KHL — Russia’s professional hockey league — have resonance off the ice.

    From Mar 12, 2018

    https://www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-current-for-march-12-2018-1.4571846/russia-s-corrupt-hockey-playoffs-mirror-putin-s-ideology-says-sports-writer-1.4572275

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  10. Thun: Collusion is inherently built into RFA system

    Anton Thun, NHL player agent and co-Managing Director of QUARTEXX/MFIVE Sports discusses whether the RFA discussion period changes have had a a significant impact on the process, the ability to shop around for offer sheets, why there aren’t many offer sheets, how the onus is on the NHLPA to bring up concerns about this supposed "gentlemen’s agreement" to the NHL, ongoing conversations teams have all season, and the leaking of information.

    https://www.sportsnet.ca/590/sportsnet-starting-lineup/collusion-inherently-built-rfa-system/

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