James and Perry discuss the NHL's agreement to return to play and what the next steps are before officially opening training camps in about a week's time. On the show, Scott Burnside discusses the NHL's plans, Stefano Fusaro joins us live from inside Major League Soccer's bubble, and Corey Hirsch drops by.
Sportsnet's David Amber goes over the NHL's plan to set up in Edmonton and Toronto for the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Recent NFL signee and SFU grad Rysen John weighs in on his alma mater possibly changing their name, and Gareth Wheeler discusses what the MLS should do about all of these positive COVID-19 tests.
Brian Burke stops by for his weekly visit and weighs in on Edmonton and Toronto being NHL hub cities, Shi Davidi provides an update on the Toronto Blue Jays situation, and 12-year-old Nikhil Thiruchittampalam of Egghead hockey offers his take on the Hughes vs Makar debate.
Former Canucks Todd Bertuzzi and Ed Jovanovski take over the show for a full hour as they look back at some great memories as teammates in Vancouver. AP Sports writer Stephen Whyno also joins to give an update on the latest surrounding the NHL return-to-play plan.
Wayne Scanlon takes a look into the reaction in Ottawa after the Senators lost the draft lottery, Corey Hirsch talks about the mind set of the players as they get set to return to play, and Evander Kane explains the importance of the newly-established Hockey Diversity Alliance.