Marek vs. Wyshynski – Behind The Moves Review

// December 7th, 2011 // No Comments » // As Heard On, TV / Radio

Jeff Marek think Behind the Moves is awesome!  I especially like the comment about reading a few pages, going to the internet to research, reading a few more pages.  Take a listen…

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Behind the Moves on CBC Radio’s Central Morning

// December 5th, 2011 // No Comments » // As Heard On, TV / Radio

 

 

 

Listen to Behind the Moves author Jason Farris speak with Leigh Anne Power:

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About Leigh Anne:

When Leigh Anne was five months old in Placentia, she watched the Canada/Russia Summit series on her father’s knee. At that time, she saw the great Serge Savard, Yvan Cournoyer and Ken Dryden in action, and a Habs fan was born. Since then, she has happily witnessed the Habs win seven of their twenty-four Cups, including their last in 1993, the year before she graduated from Carleton University in Ottawa with a Bachelor of Journalism degree. That same year, she began work as a writer/broadcaster at CBC in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. In 1997, she moved to Gander to work as a reporter and became the Morning Show co-host in 2006. She is still waiting for Carey Price to lead the Habs to their 25th Stanley Cup.

Behind the Moves on CityTV’s Breakfast Television with Jody Vance

// December 2nd, 2011 // No Comments » // As Heard On, TV / Radio

 

 

 

 

Jason talks with Jody about interviewing every living NHL GM who has taken a team to the Stanley Cup Final:

Behind the Moves on City TV

About Jody

Born and raised in Vancouver, Vance was the first woman in Canadian television to host her own sports program in prime time, a position she held on Sportsnet for six years, starting in 2000. More recently, she was host of Seeking Stanley on the CBC, a program that followed the Vancouver Canucks’ exciting NHL playoff run. Previously, she worked for Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment doing live, unscripted pre- and post-game broadcasts for all of the Toronto Maple Leafs’ home games.

Slapshot Radio Interview

// December 1st, 2011 // No Comments » // As Heard On, TV / Radio

Jason is featured on Slapshot Radio – with Pete Weber and Paul McCann

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630 CHED Edmonton Interview

// December 1st, 2011 // No Comments » // As Heard On, TV / Radio

Jason talks with Dan Tencer about Behind the Moves - From the dressing room to the board room, Dan Tencer and 630 CHED have you covered!

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Behind the Moves on CBC Radio’s Airplay

// November 28th, 2011 // No Comments » // As Heard On, TV / Radio

 

 

 

 

Thanks to video games and fantasy sports, a lot of us figure we could build a winning National Hockey League team, but author Jason Farris decided to ask the people who really knew.

Farris interviewed every living NHL general manager that had taken a team to the Stanley Cup finals for his new book, Behind The Moves: NHL General Managers Tell How Winners Are Built.

Click on the link below to hear him speak with Dave.

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Behind the Moves on CKNW 980

// November 24th, 2011 // No Comments » // As Heard On, TV / Radio

Listen to Behind the Moves author Jason Farris chatting with Dan Russell on SportsTalk:

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Breakfast Television’s Dina Pugliese with Behind the Moves’ Jason Farris

// November 23rd, 2011 // No Comments » // As Heard On, TV / Radio

Here’s a great shot of the Breakfast Television Toronto set before the interview on November 14.  You can watch the whole interview here:

 

Behind the Moves on Hockey Prospects Radio

// November 23rd, 2011 // No Comments » // As Heard On, TV / Radio

Join Shane Malloy and Russ Cohen as they interview Behind the Moves author Jason Farris today at 1pm EST on Sirius XM – Hockey Prospect Radio.

About Hockey Prospects Radio:

Before they make the NHL, they are showcasing their talents in the many minor and junior leagues across North America and the World. Join NHL HOME ICE every week for a peak into the future with Prospects – tomorrow’s stars, today. Wherever they’re playing, we’ll track them down – in this hourly scouting guide for young stars everywhere.

Behind the Moves Radio Spot

// November 18th, 2011 // No Comments » // As Heard On, TV / Radio

BC fans! Turn on your radios and listen to Jason Farris talk about Behind the Moves with Dan Russell on CKNW 980 AM at 9am this morning!

Behind the Moves Featured on NHL Home Ice SiriusXM – Listen Here!

// November 18th, 2011 // No Comments » // As Heard On, TV / Radio

Whether it’s reviewing, replaying, discussing or deciding – this is the place to be.  And one thing’s for certain – when it comes to opinion – this means war.   Hosted by the always entertaining Mick Kern and the outspoken Peter Berce, they’ll take a stand, they’ll take callers and they’ll take no prisoners.

Take a listen as they interview Behind the Moves author Jason Farris:

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Peter Berce is co-Host of the War Room and all around great guy (at least that’s what they tell him). He has been in broadcasting for 9 years starting as a producer in Toronto, Canada. He’s a CNN junkie (loves that Kyra Phillips). His favorite hockey player is Anze Kopitar of the LA Kings and his pound for pound best player in the NHL is Jarome Iginla of the Calgary Flames.

A Night Owl who never gets to bed until after the 2 am sports highlight shows are over, Mick is now part of Hockey This Morning, and continues his tour-of-duty on The War Room.  He has talked hockey with most of the big names in the sport, but still hasn’t had the opportunity to interview Len Frig, Pat Ribble, Yves Belanger, Ken Houston, and Mike Christie.  Mick is still haunted by the memory of Dale Hunter’s overtime goal in 1982, and refuses to recognize the Boston Bruins as the 2011 Stanley Cup Champions.

Check this video out – Breakfast Television Toronto : Jason Farris

// November 15th, 2011 // No Comments » // As Heard On, TV / Radio

Behind the Moves featured on Breakfast Television Toronto.

Watch the interview: