The Scott Rintoul Show

Is the West best? Damn right it is, according to Scott Rintoul. Intelligent, experienced and always entertaining . . . Scott will lighten up listeners’ days with lively sports talk and thought-provoking interviews. Scott’s goals are to inform, enlighten and interact with Western Canada’s passionate sports fans. The Scott Rintoul Show . . . where the West is One.

Recent Episodes
July. 6: Once sports return, do you trust them to remain operating?
Jul 6, 2020
Jul 6, 2020
July. 6: Once sports return, do you trust them to remain operating?

Scott Rintoul discusses the NHL's new plan to return to play and how the league will look once it does. On the show, Eric Francis, Arash Madani and Jason Sobel.

Jul 3, 2020
July 3: What's in a name?

Sportsnet 590 The Fan's Richard Deitsch and Mike Jones of USA Today both join Scott Rintoul to discuss the Washington NFL team's decision to review their team name, and Gord Stellick talks about the challenges that NHL general managers will face next season.

Jul 2, 2020
July 2: Sports this month?

Mark Spector gives his insight on Edmonton being an NHL hub city, Corey Hirsch chats about winning the Courage To Comeback award, Donnovan Bennett talks about his Canada Day essay, and JJ Adams weighs in on the awkward situation for the Vancouver Whitecaps in Orlando.

Jun 30, 2020
June 30: Which league is doing it best?

Scott Rintoul asks the listeners which league they think has the safest and most efficient return-to-play plan. Dieter Kurtenbach gives his answer and talks about some of the challenges surrounding each bid. Harman Dayal of The Athletic talks about the current Vancouver Canucks situation, and Shi Davidi provides and update on where the Toronto Blue Jays will play this season.

Jun 29, 2020
June 29: The lottery is fine

NESN's Zack Cox breaks down an eventful day around New England Patriots camp, Rick Ball reveals how Alberta is currently dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, Hailey Salvian talks about the disappointment in Ottawa after the draft lottery, and Patrick Johnston explains the impact that Tony Gallagher has had on the Vancouver sporting scene.