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The first round is done and its time for the guys to give their second round predictions after their teams got eliminated a few minutes apart from each other.

Meanwhile Steve chats with the assistant General Manager for the Guelph Storm Phil Golding to discuss his rise through the organization and a recap of the Storm's 2017-18 season.

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We're talking about playoffs!!!

Steve basks in the first Storm playoff win in three years!
Brian delves into why attendance is crazy down!
The boys discuss the latest Mississauga relocation rumors!

Then with the draft 10 days away, Steve talks to TheScout analyst Mitchell Avis about all things Priority Selection!

FUN FACT: London has never come back from 0-3 smiley

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PLAAAAAAAAAAAAYOFFFFFFFFFFS!!!

The boys finally arrive at the fireworks factory and break down all eight playoff matchups, where the upsets will happen, and just how napalmed Brian's NCAA brackets are.

Then Steve interrogates Kitchener Rangers color analyst on RogersTV Dan Polischuk to find any possible weaknesses in the Rangers lineup as Steve gets ready to cheer for a playoff team for the first time in three years.

Best of luck to all our listeners' teams*!

*not London

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The playoffs are a week away! Thank god!

The boys break down what's left to fight for in the playoff seeding battle, whether six of the teams will even bother icing decent lineups, and just how mindbogglingly stupid it is that the North Bay Battalion will play a home game(s) in SUDBURY.

Then Steve sits down with Owen Sound TV host Matt Sanderson in person to discuss his career and what led to the Attack's lackluster season.

NEXT WEEK: THE FIREWORKS FACTORY

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3 years after Michael Andlauer ripped the heart out of Bulls nation and a city, Steve and Fanboys arena corespondent Kevin Jordan return to The Friendly City to talk to some familiar faces about how the small city has transitioned from a junior hockey market to a minor hockey market.

Hear interviews with former Bulls broadcasters Tim Durkin, David Boot, and the GOAT, Jack Miller, along with former OHL broadcaster turned VP Roger Lajoie as they discuss what's been going on since the spring of 2015 and how the city has responded to being the farm team of the Ottawa Senators.

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3 years after Michael Andlauer ripped the heart out of Bulls nation and a city, Steve and Fanboys arena corespondent Kevin Jordan return to The Friendly City to talk to some familiar faces about how the small city has transitioned from a junior hockey market to a minor hockey market.

Hear interviews with former Bulls broadcasters Tim Durkin, David Boot, and the GOAT, Jack Miller, along with former OHL broadcaster turned VP Roger Lajoie as they discuss what's been going on since the spring of 2015 and how the city has responded to being the farm team of the Ottawa Senators.

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Aight.....aight, seriously, it's almost March. We're almost at the playoffs and some juicier things to discuss beyond the same non-playoff races. Hold tight a few more weeks.

Until then, Brian talks about Black Friday Bobblehead shopping at the Taylor Hall retirement ceremony, and Steve travels to Barrie to watch his team lose like it's 2008 and talk to Colts play by play man for RogersTV Barrie, Mr. Mike Poirier.

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KYLE LIBERTO AND THE MISSISSAUGA GANG ARE BACK!!!

Other than that it's ho hum. Brian talks about his trip to London, Steve reads the standings page, the guys kill time, you know the drill.

Then for the first time in three years, BRIAN DOES THE INTERVIEW, talking to WinCitySports host Drake D'Amore about the Spitfires, the Windsor sports scene, and how wrestling and junior hockey are one in the same.

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As the Olympics roar on, the boys try and get back to work and figure out some playoff seeding, talk the World Juniors host countries being decided from now until 2032 (!!!), and try to figure out what playoff races are worth getting excited about.

Then in our main event, Steve talks to the longtime radio voice of the Niagara IceDogs to talk their recent playoff success, the differences between the rinks Niagara has called home, and then for some reason share recipes on shortbread.

Happy Valentine's Day, except for you single people. You don't deserve love.

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On a very special episode, longtime Brampton Battalion fan Steve McLean and a slew of former Brampton and Rogers colleagues take time to remember Doug Anderson, the voice of the Brampton Battalion. Guests include:

Arda Ocal
Gene Pereira
Greg Sloan
Jason Davidson
Laura Barney
Michelle Sturino
Peter Kourtis
Steve Perko
Stuart McCommish
Suchate Madahar

All that, a ton of great Doug Anderson calls, and so much more.

Rest in peace Doug

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