The Suspendables with Jim Jerome & Russ Courtnall
Welcome to The Suspendables with funny man, Jungle Jim Jerome, and world renowned former NHL player, Russ Courtnall, as they unleash the laughs, the stories and the outrage, with their irreverent and sometimes unusual (yet compelling) perspectives on all things IN A MAN'S WORLD.
#101 Is This Finally the Leafs’ Year?
Russ’ daughter is named to the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition.
The Stanley Cup Playoffs are upon us! The boys talk about some of the action so far.
Russ, who played for both Toronto and Montreal, thinks the Leafs will win, but also reminds us that anything can happen in the playoffs, especially when you have Carey Price.
Why is Toronto in a 54 year Stanley Cup drought?
Russ shares some of his playoff memories.
The time an NHL owner put $100,000 dollars on a table in his team’s dressing room, saying the players can have it if they win.
He feels like the young Leafs team of the 80s would have been a contender if the club hadn’t been so impatient.
Russ thinks Florida and Tampa Bay is going to be the best series of the entire playoffs.
The boys discuss Sam Bennett’s suspension for hitting from behind.
If Russ were a coach, what would he be telling his team this time of year?
Why is the Stanley Cup the hardest to win? Maybe too gruelling?
Wendel and Russ reminisce about their days playing together in Toronto. Wendel talks about his childhood in Saskatchewan and why hockey won out over farming! A hilarious story about Bill Derlago Dave Lumley was always tight with a buck Memories…LISTEN
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