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 … Continue reading Fifty Ways to Love Your Leivo | December 11, 2019
In this episode: I’m joined by On The Forecheck’s Bryan Bastin (@projpatsummitt) to preview tonight’s matchup in Nashville between the Canucks and Predators. We also discuss the Leafs firing Mike Babcock, the landscape of Nashville hockey and what advanced stats … Continue reading Bab-canned and November of Misery (ft. Bryan Bastin) | November 20, 2019
The first weekend radio show to premiere on a Monday (I think). In this episode I talk about the Canucks wild pair of games against the Capitals and Red Wings, go over some of early surprises in the NHL season, … Continue reading The Sunday Crease…Show? | LITC Radio: October 27, 2019
Talk about a roller coaster. The last couple weeks have seen some serious hills and valleys for the Canucks; three straight wins at home, a come from behind victory over the defending Stanley Cup Champs, a shutout at the hands … Continue reading The Sunday Crease: Ferland, Goalies and Seatmates
“There has been an awakening. Have you felt it?” In the four years that I’ve been running this website, there’s never been more excitement and intrigue surrounding the Vancouver Canucks than there is going into 2019-20 season. But hey, maybe … Continue reading The Sunday Crease: Slow Starts, Eastern Notes and the Team of Mystery
Hey everyone! Today I’m doing a small update to announce some big news; I’ve officially launched a brand new Patreon page for my website! Ooo, a Patreon. Howwww original. I know, I know. It’s not exactly a revolutionary idea, but … Continue reading Expecto Patreon-um!
Hey everyone, I’m doing something a little different today. When it comes to my personal life, I’m generally not the kind of person who likes to … Continue reading Battling Back: Betrayal, depression and the lessons I’ve learned from them