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A sports podcast about nothing. Sportsfeld is a weekly sports and comedy podcast hosted by Andrew 'The Zubes' Zuber (Yahoo! Canada) and actor Jake Goldsbie (Molly's Game, Degrassi, Bad Jews). Each week Jake and Zubes take an irreverent look at the sports world in an hour long discussion filled with all the humorous overreaction one might come to expect from passionate sports fans. This is serious stuff.
 
Come one, come all, to this tragic affair, and subscribe here for the best music show in your podcast library. Hosted by Blake Murphy and Jake Goldsbie, Columbia House Party is your home for Riots and Black Parades, Cork Trees and Significant Others. At times it will showcase the very finest the music industry had to offer, often around the pop-punk and emo boom of the early-to-mid 2000s. At its worst, it will indulge in those forgotten records we all have lurking in our collection. All the ...
 
Welcome to A Football Podcast A weekly football show hosted by Devang Desai & David Gass, focused on Major League Soccer, Canadian Premier League and the rest of the World of Football. The 60 minute podcast features discussions on the top matches from the weekend, as well as all the big football fodder. Includes: Lot of fun and a ton of insight.
 
Howdy, I’m Clayton Hansler. I’ve been working in film, television and sports for 15 years now - but you probably know me as either being that annoying AHL guy or the dude that created a soccer documentary series. I've befriended some of the most talented, smart, creative and funny people along the way and this podcast is a conversation between myself many of them... or some people that I'm meeting for the first time. The guests are usually people way more popular than me and their stories ar ...
 
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Transactions giveth, and transactions taketh away. In the span of just a few short hours, we said goodbye to franchise icon Kyle Lowry and a massively successful era of Toronto Raptors basketball, while also celebrating the Blue Jays using some prospect capital at the trade deadline to bring in a new stud starting pitcher and hopefully load up for …
 
On this week’s episode of AFP Devang and David discuss the historic Canadian win over the United States at the Olympics, while previewing what’s in store for #CanWNT against Sweden in the Gold Medal game. It wasn’t all bad for David and the Yanks, however. The guys recap another massive win for the USMNT over Mexico, this time in the Gold Cup Final…
 
Sportsfeld Storytime is back and locked in on the 2002 NHL Playoffs, this time focusing on the Eastern Conference Finals. After a hard fought 7-game series win against the Ottawa Senators, Leafs Nation was a buzz as they can taste the Stanley Cup Finals. The only thing standing in their way is a group of veterans like Ron Francis, Rod Brind'Amour a…
 
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy go deep on one of the most well-regarded side projects of the 2000s, Give Up from indie supergroup The Postal Service. With Dntel synths, Ben Gibbard’s vocals, and Jenny Lewis’, well, everything, Give Up withstands the test of time as something greater than a pit-st…
 
Katie and Sean look back at the 2020-2021 NBA season and their good, bad and bummer takeaways from it. Were there high points to be had in a season with so many lows, and what kind of lessons are in it for the league, and for fans? Then, in TSWTOTW, previewing the projected top ten NBA Draft picks and where their careers might take them with the re…
 
200 Episodes! To celebrate our bicentennial episode, the sports world has lined up three major transaction days back to back to back, with the MLB Trade Deadline, NHL Free Agency, and NBA Draft all lined up in a row, with Toronto teams in the middle of all the action on all three fronts. Plus, we look back at what has happened in the world since ou…
 
On this week’s episode of AFP Devang, David and Nick discuss Canada’s win over Costa Rica at the Gold Cup, what’s in store for them against Mexico and how Matthew Hoppe took charge for America. The guys also dive into Ricardo Pepi’s monster performance against the Galaxy in MLS and SKC’s big win over Seattle. All that and more along with your quest…
 
Sportsfeld Storytime is back and locked in on the 2002 NHL Playoffs, this time focusing on the Eastern Conference Finals. After a hard fought 7-game series win against the Ottawa Senators, Leafs Nation was a buzz as they can taste the Stanley Cup Finals. The only thing standing in their way is a group of veterans like Ron Francis, Rod Brind'Amour a…
 
Ladies and gentlemen, the monthly mailbag has arrived. In this edition of the mailbag Blake & Jake discuss Bruce Springsteen, defunct bands that should never reunite and favourite opening lines of an album. Come join the Patreon family for bonus episodes, mailbags, show notes and even more goodness: https://www.patreon.com/columbiahouseparty Follow…
 
Well, we got the matchup those of us at AFP were waiting for. On this special bonus patreon edition, David Gass and Devang Desai breakdown the United States’ narrow 1-0 victory in Kansas City. Shaq Moore, Canada’s very legitimate penalty shout, Tajon Buchanan, James Sands - we discuss it all plus the road forward for both teams at the 2021 Gold Cup…
 
The season is over! Sean and Katie react to the Bucks winning the NBA championship and sort through their feelings of excitement for Giannis and friends, as well as disappointment for Chris Paul and the suns. Then, in the Segment We're Trying Out This Week, they try to use Rashad Phillips' half-baked NBA player classification system to determine wh…
 
We're rolling into the Dog Days of summer, and the Toronto Blue Jays dropped some good news: They'll be back home for the first time in almost two years at Rogers Centre at the end of the month. Plus, does winning the NBA title mean we will stop calling the Bucks frauds? All that plus some Olympics discussion and our continued effort to make baseba…
 
On this week’s episode of AFP Devang, David and Nick discuss Toronto FC returning home and Gabriel Heinze getting let go by Atlanta United. The guys also dive into the Gold Cup, Valour’s strong form in the CPL and your questions on #AskAFP. We have joined Patreon! For $4 a month you will gain access to exclusive interviews with MLS Players, Manager…
 
It's 2002 and there's a thick layer of hope wafting in the air around the Air Canada Centre. The Leafs have finished 2nd in the East, only one point back of the Bruins. Mats Sundin is the highest scoring centre in the league and has led the team to their 4th consecutive playoff appearance. The supporting cast is stronger than ever with Darcy Tucker…
 
For the month of July we're playing the hits! We turned to all our friends on Patreon and asked them to pick their favourite episodes of CHP - and they have spoken! Coming in first place, we think you'll enjoy hearing from the show's first every guest Andrew Zuber as the guys discuss Fall Out Boy's From Under the Cork Tree. Sooner or later, Columbi…
 
On today's show Sean and Katie give the floor to Giannis Antetokounmpo — his skill, how far he's come and the inspiring rate at which he's bending space and time to block shots, dunk, and generally play like a bat out of hell this season and now, in the finals. Then, Sean devises a Segment We're Trying Out that unfortunately blows up in his face, m…
 
The Toronto Blue Jays have hit the midway point of the season, so we're handing out evaluations for the entire starting lineup. Vladdy is an obvious A+++ but where does the rest of the lineup rank? Plus, after the Euro, Zubes might be thinking about cheering for a Premier League team and you'll probably hate which team he picks. Isn't that the poin…
 
It's 2002 and there's a thick layer of hope wafting in the air around the Air Canada Centre. The Leafs have finished 2nd in the East, only one point back of the Bruins. Mats Sundin is the highest scoring centre in the league and has led the team to their 4th consecutive playoff appearance. The supporting cast is stronger than ever with Darcy Tucker…
 
On this week’s episode of AFP Devang, David and Nick discuss Italy winning Euro 2020 over England and Lionel Messi finally winning his first International trophy. The guys also dive into the Gold Cup as both Canada and America played over the weekend, along with your questions on #AskAFP. We have joined Patreon! For $4 a month you will gain access …
 
For the month of July we're playing the hits! We turned to all our friends on Patreon and asked them to pick their favourite episodes of CHP - and they have spoken! Coming in second place, we are pleased to bring you Canada's own The Weakerthans and their 2003 album Reconstruction Site. Jake and Blake take you on a walk through the first snowfall o…
 
This week Sean and Katie kick off with the usual Rasheed Wallace discourse before taking an ample chunk of time to look back on the career of Chris Paul, and all that has led to him now being just three wins away from an NBA title. They also use Devon Booker's water bottle as inspiration for a segment called Book Club, where Sean and Katie assign r…
 
The Toronto Blue Jays made another deal to address the bullpen this week, moving on from fan favourite Rowdy Tellez in exchange for Trevor Richards. We examine other trade options among the catchers on the roster, and ask if England is actually going to win Euro 2020. Then we talk Taking Back Sunday and introductory life-changing albums, along with…
 
It's 2002 and there's a thick layer of hope wafting in the air around the Air Canada Centre. The Leafs have finished 2nd in the East, only one point back of the Bruins. Mats Sundin is the highest scoring centre in the league and has led the team to their 4th consecutive playoff appearance. The supporting cast is stronger than ever with Darcy Tucker…
 
On this week’s episode of AFP Devang and Nick are joined by special guest Sean Keay (@SeanKeay) as David recovers from his 4th of July celebrations to discuss TFC relieving Chris Armas of his coaching duties and Lionel Messi doing great things at Copa America. The guys also dive into why it’s coming home for England, who else makes the Euro 2020 Fi…
 
For the month of July we're playing the hits! We turned to all our friends on Patreon and asked them to pick their favourite episodes of CHP - and they have spoken! Coming in third place, we hope you enjoy listening through My Chemical Romance's The Black Parade. In the most-anticipated episode of Columbia House Party yet, Jake Goldsbie and Blake M…
 
The trade deadline is a month away and the Toronto Blue Jays got ahead of the market by sending Joe Panik to the Miami Marlins for reliever Adam Cimber and outfielder Corey Dickerson. All signs point to the Jays continuing to add as the month rolls on, and with how the offense is performing there's reason to believe in the team and why they'll be a…
 
On today's show Katie and Sean put a momentary pin in the evolving problem of the league's problem with accountability, plus our own occasionally limiting ways to talk about these things. What do we expect from players and why? Can you have a second chance if you never lost your first? Is the online echo chamber of NBA discourse ever going to trans…
 
It's 2002 and there's a thick layer of hope wafting in the air around the Air Canada Centre. The Leafs have finished 2nd in the East, only one point back of the Bruins. Mats Sundin is the highest scoring centre in the league and has led the team to their 4th consecutive playoff appearance. The supporting cast is stronger than ever with Darcy Tucker…
 
On this week’s episode of AFP Devang, David and Nick discuss TFC plummeting down the standings, Vancouver hanging with Seattle and the opening weekend of the Canadian Premier League season. The guys dive into Euro 2020 action, the fall of France and Portugal, along with your questions on #AskAFP. We have joined Patreon! For $4 a month you will gain…
 
Ladies and gentlemen, the monthly mailbag has arrived. In this edition of the mailbag Blake & Jake discuss the Insane Clown Posse, weird band names and which song best represents our pandemic experience. Come join the Patreon family for bonus episodes, mailbags, show notes and even more goodness: https://www.patreon.com/columbiahouseparty Follow @C…
 
Surprise! We changed the show. Well really we chopped out the grey area "Middle Segment" so we can bring you better in-depth, less repetitive takes, starting with a concentrated thought exercise on the Philadelphia 76ers. Namely: What is going on there? For The Segment We're Trying Out This Week, Sean and Katie try and remember the rules to Mad Lib…
 
George Springer is back in the Toronto Blue Jays lineup, just in time to help pull them out of a rock bottom loss to the Orioles where Charlie Montoyo did enough to get suspended but not thrown out of the game. Plus, We The Fourth, the Toronto Raptors got some lottery luck to move up to the 4th overall pick, something you would've known if you list…
 
On this week’s episode of AFP Devang, David and Nick discuss the return of MLS, TFC continuing to struggle and a wild week at Euro 2020 with the group stage rounding out. The guys are then joined by York United forward Michael Petrasso (@petrasso20) to discuss the upcoming CPL season and as always we answer your questions on #AskAFP We have joined …
 
It’s May 2001. The Raptors are still the youngest franchise in the NBA and have yet to earn respect around the league. Their previous season ended with a sweep courtesy of the New York Knicks, and in the offseason they lost budding star Tracy McGrady to the Orlando Magic. But there’s hope in the air. Vince Carter has emerged as a star, and carried …
 
In this episode Blake Murphy and Jake Goldsbie explore the reported return of three different shows that are tied to the emo and pop-punk booms of the early 2000s, Clone High, Undergrads, and Mission Hill. As always, we love to hear your feedback, comments, criticism and ideas for upcoming episodes. Enjoy the episode! Come join the Patreon family f…
 
John Herdman's group has done it. For the first time since 1997, the Canadian Men's National Team will play in the final round of World Cup qualification. In this special Patreon episode, Devang Desai and David Gass react to Canada's 3-0 win over Haiti in Chicago. The catastrophic own goal, Mark Anthony Kaye's superb night, and Alphonso Davies bein…
 
This week the NBA is on fire, and Sean and Katie discuss. They kick things off with a look at the rash of injury news that hit the timeline on Wednesday morning, which was then followed by a pair of coach firings in New Orleans and Washington as well as a dubious departure in Dallas after reports of their franchise being taken over by a crypto lovi…
 
Every single day we get up, work at our jobs, then unwind by watching the Toronto Blue Jays bullpen ruin game after game. The Jays could've had an incredible week full of wins over divisional rivals and top teams in the American League, and instead they are still fluttering around .500 after a handful of blown leads. We sort through the mess with q…
 
It’s May 2001. The Raptors are still the youngest franchise in the NBA and have yet to earn respect around the league. Their previous season ended with a sweep courtesy of the New York Knicks, and in the offseason they lost budding star Tracy McGrady to the Orlando Magic. But there’s hope in the air. Vince Carter has emerged as a star, and carried …
 
On this week’s episode of AFP Devang, David and Nick discuss Canada’s World Cup Qualifying legs against Haiti and if Austin FC is the real deal in MLS. Plus we analyze the latest at Euro 2020 and answer your questions on #AskAFP. We have joined Patreon! For $4 a month you will gain access to exclusive interviews with MLS Players, Managers and Execu…
 
This episode has been a long time coming! The Tony Hawk Pro Skater Soundtrack played an integral part in introducing a new audience to pop-punk in the early 2000s and our hosts wanted to explore the collection of songs a bit further. Listen as Jake & Blake go head-to-head and draft 8-song soundtracks made up of songs from different iterations of th…
 
This week, Sean and Katie celebrate a very special Sheed anniversary before digging into the headlines from the past week, including coaches out in Portland, Orlando and Indiana, the Nets bullying Giannis with a stopwatch, and Pat Riley getting fined for tampering with LeBron. Next they run through their thoughts on each of the second round series,…
 
The Toronto Blue Jays have faced a bunch of teams they'll be competing with to land a playoff spot over the last three weeks, and despite playing well they find themselves 4th place in the AL East and on the outside looking in at the playoff picture. As they hit the 60 game mark, we examine where the team is positioned to make a run and if there's …
 
It’s May 2001. The Raptors are still the youngest franchise in the NBA and have yet to earn respect around the league. Their previous season ended with a sweep courtesy of the New York Knicks, and in the offseason they lost budding star Tracy McGrady to the Orlando Magic. But there’s hope in the air. Vince Carter has emerged as a star, and carried …
 
On this week’s episode of AFP Devang, David and Nick discuss the wild end to Concacaf Nations League (9:00), Canada’s drubbing of Aruba and the big matchup against Suriname (22:00). The guys also give an in depth preview of Euro 2020 (33:00) and answer your questions on #AskAFP(1:06). We have joined Patreon! For $4 a month you will gain access to e…
 
Have you been sitting at home watching your favourite movies like we have? Well, I think we have the perfect companion piece for your Netflix account, Blake & Jake’s top movie soundtracks! Come join the Patreon family for bonus episodes, mailbags, show notes and even more goodness: https://www.patreon.com/columbiahouseparty Follow @ColumbiaHP on Tw…
 
Today's episode opens with some of the greatest Rasheed Wallace news we could ever hope for — a head coaching position secured by Sheed himself! Congratulations to our one and only. Sean and Katie then talk about the Boston Celtics' front office shake ups, Sean offers another edition of Mascot Theory on Lucky the Leprechaun, and we end on Broadway …
 
How in the world did the Toronto Maple Leafs do this again??? An absolutely inexcusable trio of losses to the Montreal Canadiens brings the Maple Leafs season to a close without winning a single playoff series AGAIN. We pick through the damage of the first round disaster and look at what it should mean for the future of the core. Plus we get a litt…
 
On this week’s episode of AFP Devang, David and Nick discuss the Jozy Altidore situation for Toronto FC (6:00) and what to expect from Canada as they continue their journey through World Cup qualifying (23:00). The guys also talk Chelsea’s Champions League win (27:00) and answer your questions on #AskAFP(44:00). We have joined Patreon! For $4 a mon…
 
It’s May 2001. The Raptors are still the youngest franchise in the NBA and have yet to earn respect around the league. Their previous season ended with a sweep courtesy of the New York Knicks, and in the offseason they lost budding star Tracy McGrady to the Orlando Magic. But there’s hope in the air. Vince Carter has emerged as a star, and carried …
 
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