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Time Well Spence | January 22, 2022

In this episode: We’re talking about the Canucks 2-1 shootout loss to the Panthers, Spencer Martin’s incredible performance, the overtime disaster, Luongo’s return to Vancouver and Lachlan’s jersey retirement check-in, the Canucks hiring Rachel Doerrie for their analytics department, the Oilers continuing to spiral and the Kraken getting a team puppy. Subscribe to the CreaseCast […]

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Besting the Preds and Being Pissy | January 18, 2021

In this episode: Jacob New jumps on the show to discuss his Botchford Project victory, before Lach and Cody break down the Canucks victories over the Predators and Capitals, Elias Pettersson’s big revival, how to get Nils Höglander going offensively again, the 3rd line’s big scoring weekend, the team’s return to playing home games, Leon […]

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Motte Your Average Moral Victory ft. Jacob New | January 14, 2021

In this episode: Lach is joined by Jacob New to discuss the Canucks loss to Tampa, Tyler Motte’s beautiful between the legs goal, expectations for the remainder of Vancouver’s road trip, Thatcher Demko being named to the NHL All-Star Game and which other players should’ve made the cut. Subscribe to the CreaseCast YouTube channel! https://bit.ly/CreaseCastYT […]

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Rewriting Canucks history with NHL 95 | CreaseCast Games LIVE

The year is 1995, and the Vancouver Canucks are fresh off their second Western Conference championship in franchise history. The real team might’ve bowed out to the Chicago Blackhawks in the second round, but Lachlan attempts to rewrite that story with the NHL 95 video game. (Twitch reupload) Watch CreaseCast streams LIVE on Twitch: https://ift.tt/33kcT26 […]

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Kodak Moment | January 11, 2022

In this episode: Lach and Cody talk about the Canucks first loss of the Boudreau Era to the Panthers, what the rest of the road trip looks like for Vancouver, the Kodak Black incident, circling back to the Roberto Luongo for GM debate, Evander Kane’s contract termination by the Sharks and rumoured signing with the […]

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Simming a postponed Canucks game in NHL 97 | CreaseCast Games LIVE

With the Canucks recent matchup against the Ottawa Senators postponed, Lachlan visits a parallel universe where the game was played, using NHL 97 for the Sega Genesis. Plus, Lachlan attempts to win a single damn playoff game. (Twitch reupload) Watch these streams LIVE on our Twitch: https://ift.tt/33kcT26 Subscribe to the CreaseCast YouTube channel! https://bit.ly/CreaseCastYT Check […]

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Halak of Games, ft. Angelyna Mintz | January 7, 2022

In this episode: Lach is joined by Angelyna Mintz (BCIT Journalism) to talk about the Canucks lack of games due to COVID issues, a month long road trip, how the layoff between games is affecting Vancouver, and will the Canucks trade Jaroslav Halak? Follow Angelyna on Twitter: https://twitter.com/angmintz Subscribe to the CreaseCast YouTube channel! https://bit.ly/CreaseCastYT […]

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SEAs of Change | January 3, 2022

In this episode: Lach and Cody break down the Canucks first win of 2022, what’s wrong with Kraken goaltending, Jim Rutherford’s outlook on the remainder of the season, whether or not Vancouver can catch the Oilers or Ducks in the playoff race, Nadia Popovici’s heroics, the Winter Classic and the future of outdoor games, and […]

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Joining the Army

The times, they are-a-changing. We’re officially four games into a new Canucks season, and as is tradition everything is already in complete chaos. Usually by this point I’ve started a new series on the site surrounding the Canucks season, or at least done my State of the Blog address to let you know what you’re […]

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After a wild night in Detroit, Conor Garland seems well on his way to becoming the Canucks’ next high scoring pest

It’s only taken three games, but Conor Garland is already a popular man among the masses in Canucks Nation. Through the first week of Vancouver’s season, Garland has been an integral part of Travis Green’s offence, playing the fourth-most minutes among Canuck forwards and picking up three points in the process. But fans have been […]