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The Lowdown with Lowetide

The Lowdown with Lowetide

The Lowdown with Lowetide

Weekdays 10:00 - 12:00

About the Show

Allan Mitchell - Lowetide online - is joining the TSN 1260’s weekday lineup.  Allan's blog Lowetide came to prominence during the 2006 Stanley Cup, by posting a "lucky" photo of former Oiler, Stan Weir, which some superstitiously credited with propelling the team's amazing Stanley Cup run.

After years as an influential Oilers blogger, in 2011, Lowetide began hosting a two-hour Saturday time slot on TSN 1260. The show is so successful it's moving to weekdays 10:00 am to noon.  Lowedown with Lowetide will focus on a wide range of sports topics including the Oilers, the playoffs, the NHL draft, Free Agency and finding the magic again to drive the Oilers to another Stanley Cup victory.

We'll go deep into stats with the best bloggers around, we'll not ONLY talk Oilers and hockey, but dig into baseball, football and all the sports that are important to you.

Latest Blogs

Bill Torrey is a really smart guy. He made one of the truly unusual trades in the game’s history while building the New York Islanders. The 1973-74 Islanders won 19 games and lost 41 despite the presence of Denis Potvin, Billy Smith, Billy Harris and a few good veterans like Eddie Westfall. At the draft […]
Boyd Gordon had a strong season for the Edmonton Oilers. Asked to face tough opposition and do it from the dungeon, he delivered more offense than expected and did a nice job of damage control. The Oilers enjoyed his performance so much, they’ll ask him to do it again. It’s a helluva way to earn […]
Do you remember the Robin Kovar selection? The Oilers tried to draft him in 2002 when he was ineligible, inspiring the Canucks table to shout “cheaters” because everything about the Canucks is exactly as ridiculous as it sounds. To tell the story, I’ll ask USA Today to do the honors: No. 123 (compensation, pick later […]


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