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Off the Bench – 5 Questions for Grey Cup champion and Ontario Construction Secretariat CEO, Bob Bronk

In a five-season career with the Toronto Argonauts (1982-86), Bronk won a championship in 1983 and was named an All-Star in 1985. In the years that followed, he moved from the gridiron to the executive arena. Since October 2017, he has been the CEO of the Ontario Construction Secretariat (OCS). 

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Off the Bench – 5 Questions for Hall of Fame NHL forward Mike Gartner

Until this season, only seven players had scored over 700 goals in NHL history, fittingly, they are joined by No. 8. With every shot that Alex Ovechkin rips past a hapless goalie, he climbs higher in the record books and breaths life into the legacy of prolific players that have come before him, as well as the ones that lie ahead.

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Off the Bench – 5 Questions for former NHL goalie, current NHL Network analyst, brand creator, and ambassador, Kevin Weekes

12 seasons and 1 Stanley Cup Final appearance later, Kevin Weekes hung up his pads in 2009. Not yet 35, retirement wasn’t going to be filled with golf and lazy weekends at the cottage, Weekes was set on his building his brand from the broadcast booth to the boutique. Bridgit recently spoke with Weekes about his business interests and motivations.

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Off the Bench – 5 Questions for 1972 Summit Series hero Paul Henderson

There are three goals that define Canada’s glory in international hockey. Each generation has their own memory of a hero, whose shot lit the red light and sent the country into unbridled elation. Before Sidney Crosby’s “Golden Goal” – Vancouver 2010, and Mario Lemieux’s late wrist shot – 1987 Canada Cup, there was Paul Henderson’s winner against the Soviet Union to capture the 1972 Summit Series.

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Off the Bench – 5 Questions with NBA Analyst and former Canadian national basketball team member Sherman Hamilton

Sherman Hamilton grew up in Malton, Ontario during the 1970’s and 80’s and had hoop dreams from an early age. He parlayed skill and drive as a point guard to an athletic scholarship at Virginia Commonwealth University. After the NCAA, he joined the professional ranks in Europe and also played with the national basketball team where he represented Canada at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia.

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