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.
With professional sports on hiatus, Scott Rintoul wants to know what your personal biggest sports moment was. He hears from The Athletic's Craig Morgan, and Sportsnet's Tim Micallef and Peter Loubardias.
Scott Rintoul poses the question: What would you give up to get sports back? He's joined by guests Jamal Mayers, Brendan Morrison, Joel Haywood, and Andrew Raycroft.
Scott Rintoul hears from listeners and asks his guests about the one special coach they may have had in their life, who made an impact on who they are today. He's joined by Eric Engels, Jesse Lumsden, and Vancouver Canucks forward JT Miller.
Scott Rintoul breaks down what he thinks is the best individual rivalry in sports. He talks with Rob Ray to get his thoughts on how Eichel's been performing for the Sabres, Ty Dunne weighs in on what's next for the NFL, and Brad Fay looks back at the 2019 NBA Playoffs with Kawhi and the Raptors going all the way.
Scott Rintoul poses two simple questions: What is your most cherished victory as a sports fan and what is your most devastating loss? He reads texts and tweets from listeners to answer that question. Also on the show, Mike Morreale to chat about Mike Gillis potentially signing in New Jersey, Dave Randorf looks back to historic NHL moments and Dan Murphy.