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The Steve Warne Project

The Steve Warne Project

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New episodes EVERY weekday! Former TSN morning show partners Steve Warne and Jim Jerome check in daily with their unique takes on life, sports...and whatever.

"The best podcast I've ever heard. A triumph of the human spirit!" - Steve's Dad.
512 Episodes
The PGA is dishing out $40 million to their top 10 google searches??? Is Patrick Marleau now an automatic Hall of Famer? Joe Thornton gets naked for Marleau's congratulations video from the Leafs. He's got an interesting way of celebrating. A master of celebration.
Bill Hader and Jim Carrey stories. America opens vaccinations to their entire population. QB Alex Smith retires after his amazing comeback from a broken leg. John Tortorella is at it again, this time benching Max Domi. Tie Domi has a bromance going with Tom Brady? Canucks wins their first game after their long COVID layoff. But they lose Alex Edler to suspension.
Patrick Marleau Catches Gordie Howe for NHL games played and has3 the 4th longest iron man streak to boot! The Sens play maybe their Best Game of Year.
We discuss some controversial comments made by athletes and broadcasters and whether the reactions to them were appropriate or over the top. A local MP accidentally gets naked on camera. Carlos Rodon fires a no hitter. And we discuss the really impressive athletic achievements.
500 episodes! We look back at how fast time has gone. Jim discusses getting his vaccine. The Sens fall 3-2 to Winnipeg. You tuber Logan Paul takes on an actual MMA fighter this Saturday.
Matt Murray appears ready to roll back into the net Wednesday vs the Jets. Last time we saw Murray was March 10th, getting pumped for 7 goals against Edmonton. Has he figured things out? We discuss various things that bug us. The NFL is going to back to packing stadiums but only with fans who've had their shots.
Jim went AWOL Monday so he's pumped to discuss the Masters. The NHL trade deadline comes and goes and the Sens overhaul their blue line, shipping out 3 guys and bringing in Victor Mete from Montreal off waivers.
Back to our normal podcast release time, we go deep on Sens talk today with "The Coach" Gregg Kennedy, host of the Sens Nation Podcast.
The Sens seal the deal, going 0 and 9 versus Edmonton this season. All the latest at the Masters. And we talk about scary, adrenaline infused experiences we've had.
The Sens get the Oilers one last time. Good riddance. The Masters is underway. Corey Conners is off to a good start. Is Jack Campbell for real or is he just on a Hamburglar-type run? Brendan Gallagher is probably out until the playoffs.
Sens-Oilers, Hogberg returns, we discuss the Father and son bond of watching the Masters, and a hilarious moment in final jeopardy as Aaron Rodgers hosts. Apparently he wants to moonlight as the full time host.
We talk a little about COVID; Sens lose to Winnipeg then fire their goalie coach. Why did they do that? There are many possible answers...It's a real whodunit. The Sabres make Taylor Hall a healthy scratch in anticipation of trading him. What the heck happened to him this year?
Ottawa and the rest of Ontario heading back to lockdown on Saturday; The Masters starts a week from today. The Blue Jays open a new season in New York against the Yankees. Matt Murray returns for the Senators, who also sign Jacob Bernard-Docker to an ELC.
Today we discuss: the Connor McDavid elbow on Jesperi Kotkaniemi and the laughable NHL punishment; Erik Karlsson shooting down a reporter hard while munching on a snack; the excellence of the show, "Ted Lasso" along with actor Ricky Gervais and the fact he was once in an 80's boy band; and we'll never get back to "normal" after COVID.
Was Darryl Sutter trying to motivate his most skilled player or was there more at play? Christian Wolanin traded to LA. After COVID layoff and long shoulder rehab, did the Sens give him enough time and opportunity to right his ship?
Sens improve to 3-0-2 in their last 5 games and 5-2 this year vs Calgary. Filip Gustavsson looks fantastic. Referee Tim Peel gets caught on a hot mic saying a penalty call he made was by strategy. Sens prospect Shane Pinto could win the Hobey Baker award this year.
A Flames player tried to skate off with the game puck after Filip Gustavasson's first NHL victory, prompting talk of famous moments of unsportsmanlike conduct. We also discuss Connor McDavid who's a good best to become the first players since Gretzky in 1987 to lead the NHL in single season goals and assists.
We discuss Ottawa's crazy housing market; Thomas Hickey's first game in 2 years has us discussing great comeback stories of athletes powering through adversity; the Sens win 2-1 over Calgary and their 4th option — Filip Gustavsson — is playing fantastic in goal. How do teams like the Sens and Sabres continue to stay motivated down the stretch? Winning championships is awesome but not winning one in team sports shouldn't detract from a player's greatness. Not anymore.
We recall some childhood memories of spring; the Washington Capitals go 7 and 0 without Tom Wilson; The 3 on 3 and shootout needs some changes; Jimmy finishes Schitt's Creek; Spring Breakers are back to normal.
Our Patreon members join us today, sitting in as we record this episode. We discuss the CFL-XFL discussions and, if you're hoping for Canadian rules to survive a merger, you're going to be disappointed. Darryl Sutter's "tough love" act isn't for everyone. Zibanejad's record night. and more!!
Comments (2)


Better than Gilligan's Island meets the Globe Trotters. But seriously folks, this is the in best podcast in Canada!

Apr 30th

Adam B

Great to hear Steve and Jungle Jim again!

Apr 23rd
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