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The CreaseCast

Ho Hö Ho, How the Tables Have Turned | April 20, 2021

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 […]

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J.T. Miller vs. the World | April 16, 2021

In this episode: Lach talks about J.T. Miller’s comments that led to the Canucks’ schedule change, Bo Horvat’s first press conference since COVID, the lack of accountability from Canucks’ ownership and management, Elias Pettersson’s upper body injury that may end his season, the Comets’ future in Utica and the Lightning’s special Stanley Cup slumber party […]

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The CreaseCast

Boyd Howdy | March 23, 2021

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 […]

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The Toff-est Timeline | January 22, 2021

In this episode: Lach and Cody go over the Canucks’ roller coaster pair of games against the Canadiens, Tyler Toffoli’s Revenge Tour, the massive problems facing the Canucks’ defensive depth, Tyler Myers’ disastrous Thursday and the bigger issues it showcased for the NHL’s Department of Player Safety and Vancouver’s upper management, the quietly great play […]

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Mr. Bo Dangles | August 16, 2020

In this episode: Lach talks about Bo Horvat’s evolution into the Canucks sniper, their overtime win vs. the Blues in Game 2, Andrei Svechnikov’s injury against Boston, Tuukka Rask’s decision to leave Return to Play and how goaltending has affected the Flames/Stars series. Subscribe to the channel! https://bit.ly/CreaseCastYTGet a weekly bonus episode of the CreaseCast and […]

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All Nucks, No ‘Gloria’ | August 13, 2020

In this episode: Lach recaps how the Canucks’ young guns took over and outlasted a chippy St. Louis Blues team in Game 1, why the second game could be the most crucial to besting the defending Stanley Cup champions, Joonas Korpisalo’s legendary week and the redemption of James Reimer. Subscribe to the channel! https://bit.ly/CreaseCastYT Get […]

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The Van Jose Podcast

Happy Days | The Van Jose Podcast: Dec 15, 2018

In today’s episode, Lach and Nora talk about the Canucks and Sharks’ separate hot streaks, how Timo Meier has quietly become San Jose’s greatest scoring threat and when will Vancouver finally name Bo Horvat their captain? Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2PTSj0o Subscribe on Google Play: http://bit.ly/VJPGooglePlay Subscribe on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2FeOuPb

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Fear the Fin

Pacific Preview: Vancouver Canucks

Ask a Sharks fan for their thoughts on the Vancouver Canucks, and the answers probably won’t be very positive. Memories of a once dominant franchise featuring some of hockey’s most hated pests like Ryan Kesler and Alex Burrows have left San Jose’s fanbase with a very foul taste in their mouths, even though the Canucks of today are nothing like […]

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The Sunday Crease

The Sunday Crease: Sedins, Team Awards and The End

The final horn on Saturday night was not only a metaphor for the 2017-18 Vancouver Canucks season, but also the last call for two of the greatest players in NHL history. Henrik and Daniel Sedin have given us 17 seasons of magic, entertainment, perseverance and amazing moments. And on Thursday, they gave us one last […]

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The Sunday Crease

The Sunday Crease: Bye Bye Bye, the Sedins’ Future and the Trouble with Trading Tanev

The Canucks returned from their bye week in the same way we all do after a vacation; with a jarring shock of reality. Both of Vancouver’s weekend losses to the Oilers and Jets were cases of a superior team showing its strength against a clearly outmatched team. The Canucks were unable to keep up with […]