In this episode: A tribute to the late Matiss Kivlenieks, the Tampa Bay Lightning winning their second straight Stanley Cup and how they did it, why the Canadiens should hold their heads high, Vladimir Tarasenko wanting a trade from the Blues and whether the Canucks could be the team that trades for him, along with […]
Jugg-Or-Not | July 2, 2021
In this episode: Lach and Cody discuss why the Canadiens chances against the Lightning are just about gone, the Canucks exploring trade options for Nate Schmidt, the Oilers re-signing Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and potentially trading for Duncan Keith, the Wild giving Joel Eriksson Ek an eight year extension, and Viktor Arvidsson being traded to the Kings.
CANADA’S TEAM | June 25, 2021
In this episode: Lach and Cody salute the Western(?) Conference Champion Montreal Canadiens and how they’ll fare in the Stanley Cup Final against the Lightning or the Islanders, why the Habs are not an example of “playoff luck” that the Canucks can emulate, the Seattle Kraken hiring Dave Hakstol as their first head coach and […]
In the latest episode, Lach and Nora talk about the Winter Classic (1:05), the Canucks scratching Goldobin and recapping the weekend sweep through Alberta (11:45), Markstrom playing like an elite starting goalie (14:45), the Sharks/Flames game, Sam Bennett hit and the Department of Player Safety (27:25), the Lightning are like scary good (36:00), the Oilers’ decade […]
In this week’s episode, Lach and Nora talk about the Flyers firing Dave Hakstol, the quick rise of the Pacific Division, the Sharks are red hot, the Canucks shocking the world and Lach goes on a tangent about Jon Cooper and the Tampa Bay Lightning. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2PTSj0o Subscribe on Google Play: http://bit.ly/VJPGooglePlay Subscribe on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2FeOuPb
Being a hockey writer/fan hybrid is really difficult sometimes. Every now and then, a moment or event comes along where, even though you need to be impartial and take all sides into consideration, your mind is blurred by the personal bias your mind has spent a lifetime building. For me, that moment came midway through […]