Big show in store, on a day where Canada racks up another medal at the Olympic Games.
The Pat Down takes aim at those that clapped back at J-Pat’s sarcastic tweet about skateboarding in the Olympics, stating that any athlete that can compete with a cell phone in their pocket shouldn’t be in the games.
Canada’s men’s soccer team head coach John Herdman follows and explains how the women’s team has nothing to lose in the gold medal game versus Sweden, tells us why Canada’s men’s side continues to take strides, and gives an update on Alphonso Davie’s ankle injury.
Thomas Drance follows Hashtags - the best and worst of Twitter, and tells us the best way for the Canucks to handle the Jason Dickinson negotiation, why the middle class of NHL players have taken a pay cut this offseason, how the Nate Schmidt trade alleviated the pressure of an offer sheet for Elias Pettersson, and why he doesn’t see Tyler Myers contract being a massive problem for the Canucks moving forward.
The Price is Right looks at the return of football in both the CFL and the NFL, and how having both leagues back is a symbol of normalcy returning to society.
NFL insider Charean Williams joins next to give a preview of the NFL season.
The boys debate what makes you more proud as a Canadian, setting an historic high for medals in the winter or summer Olympic games?
The show wraps with all the Errors & Omissions.
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