The Battle of Ontario Radio Show and Podcast is a project Maple Leafs Hot Stove founder Alec Brownscombe has launched in partnership with friend and colleague Callum Fraser from Silver Seven Sens.

The Battle of Ontario radio show will air in a weekly slot on Ottawa-area radio station CKDJ 107.9 from 6:00-6:30 p.m. EST on Saturdays. The show will be made available in podcast form, available on Soundcloud and shared on Maple Leafs Hot Stove and Silver Seven Sens on Sundays.

Next week, the guys will chat Leafs and Sens, as well as some general NHL topics, with Ian Mendes of TSN and Gus Katsaros of McKeen’s Hockey.

This past weekend, Anthony Petrielli stopped by the show to talk Leafs.

Note: The 2015-16 points-per-game comparison between Tyler Bozak and Phil Kessel was made prior to Kessel’s seven-point weekend. It appears someone was listening.

Follow the Battle of Ontario Radio Show and Podcast on Twitter @BattleofOnt.

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