It’s 15 Minutes of Fame for this week and Jim is in Mexico so it makes him a little hard to hear!
This week the boys talk a lot about the National Hockey League’s trade deadline. There have been lots of trades and the boys wonder if the Edmonton Oilers are going to get in on any of them.
Then in the GABBYs: On the good side – the resurgence of the Calgary Flames, the National Football League enters into mediated negotiations with the NFL players association and Peter Forsberg retires gracefully.
On the bad side: Peter Forsberg retires! Tiger Woods can’t do anything right and will the Canadian Soccer Association please pay the women players?
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Jim Kerr is a sports journalist who you can hear on 630 CHED and iNews880 radio in Edmonton. He’s also got a kick-ass sports blog you should all read.
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