In this episode: The Tampa Bay Lightning finally win their second Stanley Cup and proceed to celebrate it irresponsibly, the quiet rise of Andrei Vasilevskiy, why Lach thinks the Canucks definitely shouldn’t pursue a trade for Oliver Ekman-Larsson and how the recent signings of Robin Lehner and other goalies have set the market for Jacob […]
Tag: Dallas Stars
In this episode: The Dallas Stars aren’t going home, Lach’s overly upset about the NHL Awards results, why the Red Wings aren’t a good fit for Jacob Markstrom, the Senators crazy cap space and why they’re a potential Canucks trading partner, and breaking down the Patric Hornqvist/Mike Matheson trade between Pittsburgh and Florida.
In this episode: Lach talks about the start of the Stanley Cup Final between the Stars and Lightning, who will hoist their second championship in franchise history, Manny Malholtra’s new job in Toronto, which Canucks player could be a key piece in a Matt Dumba trade (hint: it’s not Brock Boeser), the Wild’s confusing recent […]
In this episode of the CreaseCast (voted #1 most mediocre podcast by Canucks Twitter); I talk about the Canucks’ win over Buffalo and loss to Toronto, why Josh Leivo is such an integral piece to the Canucks’ attack, the roller coaster that is Tyler Myers’ season, the Stars firing Jim Montgomery and a look at […]
In this episode: the new Flying Skate jerseys are great, the refs in the Canucks/Avalanche game were not and why Adam Gaudette and Sven Baertschi have earned the opportunity to stay in Vancouver. I also discuss Don Cherry’s firing and how Hockey Night in Canada has the chance to change its show for the better, […]
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 […]
The Canucks made a number of signings on the first day of NHL free agency, and if you’re anything like me, it left you with a bad taste in your mouth. That, and some salty language. But let’s see if we can fix that, shall we? Jim Benning and Co. have truly embraced the idea […]
The Canucks set out on the road this week with one goal in mind; to break a then six-game losing streak. They extended it to seven in a 4-1 defeat at the hands of the Golden Knights, but on Thursday against the Blackhawks they finally broke through. The 5-2 win over Chicago had plenty of […]
The kids were shooting for the stars.