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Hög-Tied in Alberta | October 14, 2021

In this episode: Lach and Cody talk about the Canucks opening night loss to the Oilers, Nils Höglander’s redemption arc, Tyler Myers and “The Hit”, frustrated J.T. Miller, how to fix the Canucks stagnant power play, Zack MacEwen being claimed off waivers by Philadelphia, Francesco Aquilini’s interview on Sportsnet 650, and early thoughts on new […]

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Canucks / The Botchford Project

Hög’s Plan: To teammates and coaches, Nils Höglander’s rookie experience is one like no other

Editors’ note: the following is an excerpt from my article written for the Vancouver Canucks as part of The Botchford Project mentorship program. Thank you so much to everyone who made this opportunity possible! Jumping into the National Hockey League can sometimes present a wide array of challenges for new players. What Nils Höglander has […]

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Endgame | May 11, 2021

In this episode: Lach and Cody talk about the Canucks week of mixed results vs. the Oilers and Jets, Vancouver’s official elimination from playoff contention, Smarties McFlurries, bad hockey nicknames, Nils Höglander’s continued rise, Travis Green’s trust in Jack Rathbone and the team’s future on defense, Connor McDavid’s ridiculous MVP season, Jack Eichel’s last stand […]

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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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Brock Star | March 9, 2021

In this episode: Lach and Cody talk about the Canucks sudden three game winning streak, the rise of Brock Boeser, Adam Gaudette’s curse breaking goal, prepping for the Trade Deadline, Ian Clark’s future in Vancouver, Michael DiPietro’s lack of game action and the NHL’s new seven year broadcast deal with ESPN.

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A Spritely Affair | February 19, 2021

In this episode: Lach and Cody talk about the Canucks’ shutout loss to Laurent Brossoit and the Winnipeg Jets, the Reverse Retros, Olli Juolevi becoming a solid NHL defensemen, Nils Höglander and Derek Forbort’s new rivalry, poor late game officiating, the Sabres potentially exploring a Jack Eichel trade, what a Canucks deal with Buffalo would […]