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Rob Hart

ROB IS A SELF PROCLAIMED RADIO SPECIALIST AND BRINGS ALL HIS EXPERTISE AND LOCAL CONNECTIONS EVERY DAY ON CFAR.

Rob Hart is a well established broadcaster working at various radio stations around Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

Rob returned to CFAR-590 in 1997 and is the current Sports, Music and Program Director.

Rob has been the voice of the Flin Flon Bombers since 1997 and has broadcast over 1000 games including the RBC in 2001 and various All Star games.

Rob has a passion for sports and can be seen all over Northern MB covering everything from High School Sports to Curling.

Rob writes a local sports blog and can be reached at robhart1@hotmail.com and you can hear him weekdays between 2 and 6 pm.

On-Air Schedule
Monday 12:00pm - 05:00pm Afternoon Drive
Monday 05:00pm - 06:00pm Drive at Five
Tuesday 02:00pm - 05:00pm Afternoon Drive
Tuesday 05:00pm - 06:00pm Drive at Five
Wednesday 02:00pm - 05:00pm Afternoon Drive
Wednesday 05:00pm - 06:00pm Drive at Five
Thursday 02:00pm - 05:00pm Afternoon Drive
Thursday 05:00pm - 06:00pm Drive at Five
Friday 02:00pm - 05:00pm Afternoon Drive
Friday 05:00pm - 06:00pm Drive at Five
Rob Hart's Blog:

Hunter Lee Ready For Italy

Flin Flon's Hunter Lee is in Rome Italy this weekend for the prestigious  Matteo Pelicone Wrestling Event.   Hunter will be wrestling sometime between 10:30 am and 3pm Italy time on Sunday  which works out to about 3am Canada time.   This event will feature some of the best wrestlers in the world and will be a Senior Worlds Ranking...
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FF Ski Club Thanks Community For Donations

Despite Covid, it has been a good year at the Flin Flon Ski Club with lots of people coming out to enjoy the different programs and facilities.   The Ski Club would like to thank all the people and groups for their generous donations with help from the Northern Neighbors Foundation and Cross Country Saskatchewan.   A big thanks to Tom and Linda ...
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2022 MB Winter Games Looking For Coach's

The Manitoba Winter Games will be returning to Niverville from February the 26th to March the 5th, 2022.   One of the new sports being offered for the first time will be Futsal.   Futsal is basically indoor soccer that will have 5 players on the court at one time including the goaltender.   The Manitoba Winter Games is l...
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Bombers Waiting Word On Bubble

Days and weeks continue to go by, and still no word from the SJHL on when they can get back on the ice and try to crown a league champion.   The league continues to hold out hope with the AJHL planning to get back on the ice and the WHL already playing games with the Saskatchewan and Manitoba based teams playing out of a bubble in Regina.   The ...
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Best Week Yet For The Koop Geotechnical Ski Series

The Koop Geotechnical Ski Series is coming off their best week yet.   A record, 71 skiers took part with the ladies making up 49 of the entries with the other 22 coming from the men.   They easily achieved their group total for participation with skiers making it to the Laronge Ski Club of 322 km's. They did a whopping 580 kms. &nb...
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MJHL Announces Prospect Camp

The MJHL may have cancelled the rest of their regular season but there will be some hockey to look forward to.   The league has announced a Prospect Development Camp which will take place in Winnipeg at the Seven Oaks Arena from July the 14th to the 18th,   The camp will be an invite only and will be geared towards prospects born between 2004-20...
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Update From The Bombers

The Flin Flon Bomber store will be closed today but will re-open tomorrow from 12-2 for merchandise, Player Raffle tickets and Season Ticket Refund Options.   The hockey club wants to thank the fans that have come out and are overwhelmed with the amount of season ticket donations that they have received. Once again proving why we have the best fans in Junior hockey....
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Hunter Lee Returns To The Mat

Flin Flon's Hunter Lee will get a chance to get back on the mat this weekend as Canadiens will be off to the Ukraine for a Memorial tournament in Kiev.   The Memorial tournament starts today and go's through Sunday , then he is off to Rome for another competition the following weekend.   Hunter will be competing in the 86 kg event and yo...
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Changes To MJHL Draft

The Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL) announced today that the annual MJHL Draft will move from a U16 Draft (formerly Bantam Draft) to a U17 Draft highlighting players who are going into their 16-year-old season.   As a result, there will be no 2021 MJHL Draft with the current 2006-born draft eligible age-group carrying forward into the inaugural U17 MJHL Draft to be...
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Jimmy Jackfish Fishing Derby

It will be a little different, but the Jimmy The Jackfish Fishing Derby will take place once again starting March the 1st.   This will be a virtual event this year and you can fish any lake you like north of the 53rd parallel.   Over $7,500.00 worth of prizes can be won in the Walleye, Burbot and Jackfish categories. Prizes will be handed out to...
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Koop Geotechnical Ski Series Results For Week Four

Week 4 of the Koop Geotechnical Ski Series wrapped up on Saturday with 56 skiers taking part.   The warm weather was a big factor as they nearly doubled their group total of making it to Fidlers and back recording a total of 241 km.   Here are this weekend's past winners.    Male Participation- Rob Abbott- $25.0...
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Bomber Trio Moving On

courtesy of bombers.ca   The Flin Flon Bombers are proud to announce that forwards Hayden Clayton, Chase Haygarth and Easton Haygarth have committed to play ACAC hockey for Red Deer College next season.   “Red Deer College is a great opportunity for me. I decided to commit there because they have plenty of opportunities for my education an...
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PLSC Needs Volunteers

The Phantom Lake Soccer Club is in need of volunteers to fill a couple of spots on their board for the potential 2021 season.   They are looking for a President and a Secretary. list of qualifications can be seen on their website.   The future of the 2021 season is unknown, the PLSC is optimistic and are preparing to go ahead once they get the g...
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Bombers Offering Refunds

As we head into the latter part of February and still no word from the SJHL, a return to the ice is not looking good for the Flin Flon Bombers at least at the Whitney Forum.   Travis Rideout, the Flin Flon Bomber President was on 102.9 CFAR yesterday and indicated that the league was still looking at returning in a bubble format in a neautral location.  ...
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Flin Flon Minor Hockey Cancels Season

Effective immediately,  the Board Of Directors of Flin Flon Minor Hockey have decided to cancel the remainder of the 2020-21 season.   Minor Hockey posted on their web-site yesterday with the current restrictions  a season is not feasible at this time. They stated they are not closing the door on hockey, just the Flin Flon Minor Hockey  season. ...
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Koop Geotechnical Series Push's On

Even with the very cold weather, 15 skiers braved the elements and participated in the Koop Geotechnical Ski Series this past week.   With the cold weather there was only the participation category and congratulations to Tim Spencer who won a $25.00 gift certificate from Pharmasave and Hollee Babcock who won a $25.00 gift certificate from Baba's Bulk Bin. ...
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MJHL Cancels Remainder Of The season.

The OCN Blizzard and the other 11 teams in the MJHL will not  get the opportunity to hit the ice again this year as the league has decided to cancel the remainder of the season.   The MJHL had multiple discussions with Manitoba Health, the Provincial Government, Facility Managers and the League Governors and felt they were left with no alternitive. ...
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Signings Continue For The Bombers

With the SJHL season remaining on hold, the Flin Flon Bombers continue to sign players and should have a very deep lineup when they get the green light to play.   The Bombers have signed their second player out of the Tisdale Trojans organization with the addition of defenseman Cole Tanchuk after signing goaltender Hunter Lolacher a day earlier.   ...
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Hockey Canada Cancells National Events

courtesy of hockey canada.ca   Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the decision has been made to cancel all spring 2021 national championships, including the Esso Cup, TELUS Cup, Centennial Cup, presented by Tim Hortons, and Allan Cup. The following is a statement on behalf of Hockey Canada from Tom Renney, chief executive officer, and Scott Smith, president and chief...
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Mike Reagan Talks About Signings And Return To Play

Mike Reagan was our special guest on yesterday's Norman Sportsline Program where he talked about the recent signings he has made for the hockey club.   Reagan also discussed what a return to play might look like if the SJHL was able to resume the season and how discussions were going between the league and Saskatchewan Gov't.   You can h...
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Bombers Get A Goalie

Restrictions continue to be lifted with Covid 19 and a number of Junior teams across the country are busy trying to put together a competitive roster when games get going again.   The Flin Flon Bombers have shown no signs of slowing down and not only want to be in the thick of things when this season resumes but are also looking to the future.   ...
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Koop Geotechnical Ski Series Results For Week Two

The second week of the Koop Geotechnical Ski Series has wrapped up and the Polar Vortex didn't stop lots of people from coming out and ski-ing.   77 people came out and posted times this past week with 45 ladies entries and 32 from the men.   Once again lots of great prizes were handed out in the Participation Event with Kriss Lee winning a ...
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Lee Brothers, The Cornerstone Of Sask Wrestling

The Lee brothers, Carson and Hunter have been the talk of wrestling for the last several years and have become two huge ambassadors for Flin Flon.   They have also been the cornerstones of the U of S Wrestling team and are looked up to by everybody in the University.   The success these two brothers have had over the last few years in nothing sh...
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Hockey Season Remains In Limbo

Even though Covid numbers are coming down in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, the junior hockey season remains in limbo,   The Manitoba Government is asking for feedback from the public on loosening restrictions, but indoor sports does not seem to be part of the equation.   This could be very difficult for any teams in Manitoba to get back on the ice ...
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Bombers Welcome Winnipeg Wild Captain

The Flin Flon Bombers have signed another elite prospect and for the second straight day have gone into Southern Manitoba.   The Bombers have signed Winnipeg Wild captain, Dean Gorchynski.   Gorchynski will bring strong leadership to the hockey club and decent numbers from last season where he added 55 points in 47 games. He also had 5 ponits in...
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Bombers Sign Egan

The SJHL season remains on hold, but the Flin Flon Bombers continue to sign players as they continue to prepare for the return of the season.   This time the Bombers have gone into Southern Manitoba with the addition of Matt Egan from St. Adolphe.   Egan is currently playing with the TRC Hockey Academy and has one assist in his first four games....
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Koop Geotechnical Ski Series Results For Week One

Week One of the Koop Geotechnical Ski Series is in the books. It was a very good start to the season with 53 people taking part.   The ladies made up 35 entries and men the other 18.   Congratulations to Noel Lindsay who won a $25.00 gift certificate from the Orange Toad and congratulations to Corey Dewhirst who won a $25.00 gift certificate fro...
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Global Ag Risk Wins SJ Virtual Championship

The last weekend of January has been one of the most special weekends for SJHL players the past few seasons which has allowed them to suit up against their counterparts of the MJHL.   This allows the best players from both leagues to face off against one another in their different age groups in the annual SJHL/MJHL Showcase.   With Covid going s...
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Bombers Add Exciting Young Player Out Of Quebec

Even though junior hockey remains shut down across the country, the Flin Flon Bombers have found a way to bolster their line-up.   The Bombers have dipped their toe back in the Quebec pool and have added another exciting young player.   Flin Flon made the announcement today about the acquisition of forward Jeremi Tremblay.   ...
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Bombers Well Represented At Virtual Showcase

The SJHL and Sasktel are set to present their virtual Showcase tomorrow and Saturday. This will be the leagues brightest stars aged 16 to 20 being split up amongst 4 different  teams.   Normally,  the best of the SJHL take on the best of the MJHL in a two day showdown in Regina with plenty of scouts and fans in attendance.   With ...
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New Event Coming To The Ski Club

The Flin Flon Ski Club will be partnering up with Koop Geotechnical Services for the Koop Geotechnical Ski Series.   This will be a great way to get people to try the new trails and have a friendly competition and motivate people to ski regularly.   Every week starting on Monday and ending Saturday night, skiers will have one week to post a time...
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Bomber Player Raffle Update

You can still pick up your Bomber Player Raffle tickets for $10.00 with a chance to win some incredible prizes including the grand prize of a Wings Over Kississing Fishing Trip.   The draws will take place April the 4th and all 20 prizes can be seen on the Bomber website at bombers.ca. You can also get more info from the Bomber social media pages including facebook, twi...
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SHA Return To Play Update

The Saskatchewan Hockey Association announced that after the public health restrictions were extended for two weeks, they met with the government’s Business Response Team and announced that there will be no consideration of return to play (games) for at least four weeks and that return to game play is unlikely to happen before the end of March.   The current state...
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City Of Flin Flon Adding Rec Programs

The City Of Flin Flon wants to make sure that you and your family stay active during Covid 19 and are now offering lots of activities and programs to kick off 2021.   The city is partnering up with instructors and  talented people and groups through a project which was  secured through Safe At Manitoba Grant.   You and your family...
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Bill Chow Comments On Funding From Sask Govt

The SJHL President, Bill Chow was our guest yesterday on the Norman Sportsline Program to discuss the funding coming from the Saskatchewan gov't.   This past Friday the Saskatchewan gov't confirmed that they would be giving the SJHL, one million dollars to help off set some costs due to Covid 19.   Chow confirmed that the money would be ...
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Hockey Manitoba Return To Play

The Province Of Manitoba and Manitoba Health are considering reducing certain Covid -19 restrictions on indoor recreation facilities so Hockey Manitoba has made the following release.   Should the resumption of organized sports be permitted in any Region in Manitoba, Minor Hockey Associations, Leagues, and Teams will require approval from Hockey Manitoba to Return to Pl...
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Collin Scores First NCAA Goal

Saturday, January the 16th is a day that former Flin Flon Bomber sniper, Cystopher Collin will never forget.   Collin, suiting up for the Bowling Green Falcons scored his first NCAA goal in his team's 5 to 1 win against Northern Michigan.   Collin scored the Falcons second goal in the second period on Saturday whewn he jumped on a loose puck...
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Funding Coming For SJHL Teams

The Saskatchewan government is giving $4 million to help junior hockey leagues and teams that have had their play interrupted by provincial health restrictions.   It says it will send $1 million to support the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League and $600,000 will go to each of the province's five Western Hockey League teams.   " The SJHL ...
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Saskatchewan Cancels Provincial Curling Championships

Saskatchewan has officially cancelled it's Provincial Curling Championships due to the Covid 19 pandemic.   Matt Dunstone will represent the province at the Tim Hortons Brier and Sherry Anderson will skip the Saskatchewan team  at the Scottie Tournament Of Hearts.   The National Championships will take place in a so called bubble at Cal...
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WHL Reschedules Bantam Draft

 The Western Hockey League issued a press release saying the 2021 WHL Draft, previously referred to as the WHL Bantam Draft, has been rescheduled and will be conducted in December 2021.   The WHL Draft was originally scheduled to take place in May 2021.   “Moving the 2021 WHL Draft from May to December allows additional time for ...
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