In this episode: Lach talks about the Canucks losses to Ottawa and Toronto, Kole Lind’s NHL debut, the Alex Edler/Wayne Simmonds “fight”, how the Canucks can finish their last 12 games on a high note, the playoff picture and what Ryan Miller’s retirement means to him.
In this episode: Cody celebrates Lachlan’s induction into the Botchford Project fellowship, plus the boys talk about the Canucks and Sens last pair of games, the short-lived Jimmy Vesey era, Kole Lind’s chances at jumping into the lineup, goaltending carousels, the struggles of the Edler/Schmidt pairing, season ending injuries for a number of North Division […]
In this episode: Lach and Cody discuss the Canucks’ back to back wins over the Toronto Maple Leafs, Alex Edler’s suspension, Vancouver’s rookie defensemen, the inspired play of Braden Holtby, Nils Höglander sparking joy, Matthew Highmore’s blazing debut, Patrick Marleau becoming the NHL’s record holder for most games played, the Comets’ potentially leaving Utica and […]
In this episode: Lach and Cody breakdown the Canucks’ last couple losses to the Canadiens and Jets, Bo Horvat’s injury and the sudden disappearance of center depth, the Travis Boyd waiver pick up and the trade deadline firesale it may be foreshadowing, the Jake Virtanen/Markus Nutivaara rumour, Braden Holtby’s play vs. the Habs, NHL Draft […]
When J.T. Miller joined the Vancouver Canucks through a controversial trade with the Tampa Bay Lightning in June, some big expectations came with him. Any time a player costs a first-round pick, the bar of success is immediately set in a high place. The season might only be two weeks old, but so far the […]
This week should’ve been a happy one in Vancouver. A positive one, if you will. At Monday’s Trade Deadline, Jim Benning and Trevor Linden’s management team made two moves; one was the acquisition of developing winger Brendan Leipsic from the Golden Knights in exchange for defensive prospect Philip Holm. The second, and most controversial, was […]
If you learned about Greek mythology when you were a kid, you probably know the story of King Sisyphus. The legend goes that when Sisyphus died he was sent to the Underworld, where he was given the eternal punishment of pushing a boulder up a hill, only for it to roll all the way back […]