7-Eleven Junior Hockey Magazine

Canada’s only nationally syndicated hockey radio show,  celebrating our 30th season.

7-Eleven Junior Hockey Magazine is a weekly syndicated radio show that profiles the excitement, news and insight of Canadian junior hockey. Despite the Covid 19 crisis, we are pleased to be back on air each week to bring you the insight, news from the players, coaches and league executives from junior hockey across Canada!

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:  World Junior Championships, the CHL –  key players & coaches, the CJHL, NHL Draft prospects, and of course, the latest updates on how the Covid Crisis continues to effect the sport of hockey across Canada.

Welcome back to the 30th season of  7-Eleven Junior Hockey Magazine – Canada’s only nationally syndicated junior hockey radio show and podcast!

Most Recent Episodes

content partners

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 28th 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 Memorial Cup!

Canadian Junior Hockey League

The CJHL is Canada’s largest Junior Hockey League comprised of 10 Leagues with a total of 132 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 Junior Hockey Magazine is pleased speak to the leading players and coaches each week across the CJHL.

Want more CHL Content?

We know that no league in the world develops and sends more players to the NHL, but did you know, that the CHL is also one of the world leaders in providing scholarship support for hockey players continuing education? CHL Leaders is dedicated to telling the stories of those who used the CHL’S Education program to launch their life after hockey.

The Canadian Hockey League is the umbrella organization of the the three Major Junior Leagues in Canada – the Western Hockey League, the Ontario Hockey League and the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League

Staff

Gino Reda

Host

Gino has been a mainstay on TSN for over 25 years. He hosts That’s Hockey, Canada’s #1 daily hockey magazine show. Gino joined TSN in 1988 as a reporter and was quickly promoted to host of SPORTSCENTRE. He anchored more than 3,000 shows over 12 years before taking over the reins of That’s Hockey in 2002.During his tenure, he has hosted numerous sporting events, including the World Juniors, FIFA World Cup, and Olympic Games. He has been a strong supporter of World Vision Canada and Special Olympics Canada for more than 15 years.

Adam Scully

Producer

Adam Scully is entering his 8th season with Junior Hockey Magazine. He is responsible for producing and writing the show, as well as hosting the Where Are They Now segment. Scully is also the producer of Golf Talk Canada, a show that airs weekly on TSN. The 24 year old has played sports throughout his life and was selected by the Erie Otters in the 2008 OHL Draft

Adam Karch

Technical Producer

Adam has been working in radio since 1998.  He’s produced local and national content, everything from 30 second commercials to full length specialty music and talk shows.  He joined the Junior Hockey Magazine team as technical producer in 2011.  Adam lives in Toronto, is married and has two beautiful daughters.  His favourite pastimes include listening to and playing music. 

Rick Wyle

Insider

Rick ‘The Bear” Wyle is our WHL Insider.

Ryan Kennedy

Insider

Ryan Kennedy, is a staff writer from the Hockey News is our OHL Insider

Stephane Leroux

Insider

Stephane Leroux from RDS is our QMJHL Insider.

Radio Affiliates

Vancouver Sat 9:00am
Edmonton Sat 6:00pm
Winnipeg Mon 6:30pm
Toronto Sat 3:00pm
Ottawa Sat 3:00pm
Montreal Sun 9:30am