Mastercard Junior Hockey Magazine is a weekly syndicated radio show that profiles the excitement, news and insight of Canadian Amateur Hockey across Canada.

For thirty one weeks starting in October, host Gino Reda of TSN, along with our cast of expert hockey journalists from across the country give listeners the latest news and insights to the personalities of Canada’s game.

The topics: CHL, Hockey Canada, CJHL, World Junior Championships,
Memorial Cup, Grassroots player development, leading personalities, leading
scorers, coaches, NHL Draft prospects, grassroots news and events... all
presented weekly with the "inside" information about Canada's passion and
intrigue with our national winter sport.

Canada is the world's leader in Junior Hockey and for the past 26 years, Mastercard Junior Hockey Magazine is Canada's only nationally syndicated radio program that exclusively covers this area of our sporting and cultural fabric...


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Owen Tippett | Mississauga Steelheads

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Our Sponsor

Mastercard Canada

Mastercard Canada has been a strong supporter of the Canadian Hockey League with their sponsorship of the Mastercard Memorial Cup, which is recognized as being one of the most difficult trophies to win in any sport.

Junior Hockey Magazine are proud to partner with Mastercard Canada for our 27th season covering Canadian junior hockey and the road to the 100th Mastercard Memorial Cup in Windsor Ontario, May 17th, 2018.

Our Partners

Hockey Canada

Each week we proudly present Hockey Canada Connection, a regular editorial feature that focuses on the news and Hockey Canada personalities ranging from National Team Coaches and players right to local volunteers who make Hockey Canada one of the greatest sports organizations on the planet. We take a close look at Hockey Canada’s grassroots programs such as First Shift, which encourages new players to take up their first steps in the sport, to advanced coaching programs which help develop the best players possible. We talk to volunteers, parents, coaches and of course – players themselves. 

Is hockey too expensive for kids to join the game? Not anymore! We’ll learn all about the Canadian Tire First Shift program with Ludovic Lord in our Hockey Canada Community Connection.

Canadian Hockey League

The Canadian Hockey League is the umbrella organization of the the three Major Junior Leagues in Canada – the WHL, the OHl and the QMJHL. This is the 27th season that each week our JHM “Insiders”  bring you the inside story of each league, profiling the leading teams, coaches and players as they advance towards the World Junior Championships, Top Prospects Game and of course - the Mastercard Memorial Cup.

Life after hockey. In this week’s edition of CHL Leaders, we’ll check in with Stephane Lenoski, who played 4 years in the WHL. Now? He’s a doctor working in Sports Medicine in Winnipeg!

Canadian Junior Hockey League

The CJHL is Canada’s largest Junior Hockey League comprised of 11 Leagues with a total of 131 Teams from coast to coast. Many of the players go on to successful careers in both the NCAA and CHL, with some players even moving on to NHL Careers after. Each year they play for the National Championship, RBC CUP and Mastercard Junior Hockey Magazine is pleased speak to the leading players and coaches each week across the CJHL.

The World Jr A Challenge is just a few weeks away. Joining us now is Kevin Saurette, the Director of Operations for both Team Canada West and the Manitoba Jr Hockey League.

Our Staff




Sat 3:00pm

Sat 6:00pm

Mon 6:30pm

Vancouver, B.C.
Sat 9:00am

Vancouver, B.C.
Sat 6:30am

Kamloops, B.C.
Sat 3:05pm

Sarnia, Ontario
Following Junior Hockey Games – Thur to Sun

TSN Radio
Toronto, Ontario
Sat 3:00pm

Bracebridge, Ontario
Thurs 7:00pm,
Sat & Sun 5:00pm

London, Ontario
Friday nights after Junior Hockey games

Peterborough, Ontario
Sat 11:00am

Halifax, Nova Scotia
Fri, Sat and Sun after Junior Hockey games

Kelowna, B.C.
Sat 4:00pm, earlier if Rocket’s pre game is earlier

Montreal, Quebec
Sun 9:30am 

Olds, Alberta
Sat 6:00pm

Windsor, Ontario
Sun 5:00am

Fredericton, New Brunswick
Sat 6:00pm (subject to change)