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Mid-Knight Train to Denver | May 28, 2021

In this episode: Lach and Cody discuss Golden Knights/Wild Game 7, the Leafs and Habs heading to Game 6 and why success for Toronto could spur a change in direction for the Canucks, plus preview Hurricanes/Lightning and Bruins/Islanders.

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MINNESO-LONG | August 9, 2020

In this episode: THE CANUCKS MADE THE REAL PLAYOFFS! Lach talks about how the Canucks beat the Wild in their Qualifiers series, sets up their Round One series against the Blues, recaps a wild week of Stanley Cup Qualifiers and Round Robin matchups, and gives his predictions for the Sweet 16. Subscribe to the CreaseCast […]

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Playoffs? Go Off! | August 4, 2020

In this episode: Lach is mad about the Canucks’ shutout loss in Game One to Minnesota, how they can bounce back in Games 2 and 3, plus early thoughts on the other seven qualifiers and round robin games. Thanks for listening! If you enjoyed the article, join my Patreon for exclusive podcasts and early access […]

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GoalChella 2020

GoalChella (Day 2): The Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Playoff Game

can’t believe we waited 5 years for playoff hockey and we got that — Georgia (@georgiatwiss) August 3, 2020 It took five years for the Canucks to get back to the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and after Game One it was almost enough to make you wish they hadn’t at all. In a regular best-of-seven series […]

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GoalChella (Day 1): Canucks optimism, early upsets and judging postseason jersey sets

Who’s ready for some summer playoff hockey?! 24 teams playing 52 games over nine days. A Stanley Cup Playoffs unlike any the world has ever seen. And that’s before even getting to the fact that the Vancouver Canucks are making their unofficial postseason return after five long years. Five months after the COVID-19 pandemic brought […]

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Flying Vees and Best-of-V’s: A look back at the Canucks’ history in five game series

When the Canucks drop the puck against the Minnesota Wild for the Stanley Cup Qualifiers in Edmonton, it’ll be the first postseason meeting between the two clubs since 2003. (Let’s not talk about that today, shall we?) But it also marks the first time in 33 years that Vancouver will take part in a best-of-five […]

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KRAKEN | July 24, 2020

In this episode: Lach talks about the birth of the Seattle Kraken, goes off on a tangent about the Minnesota Wild’s bad fashion choices and discusses the NHL’s plans for the in-arena experience in Edmonton and Toronto. Thanks for reading! If you enjoyed the article, join my Patreon for exclusive podcasts and early access to content!

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Canucks’ Summer Camp Blog: Boeser rumours, Rathbone signs and MacEwen’s big week

Embed from Getty Images After being locked in our houses for approximately a quarter of a century to shield ourselves from pandemics, murder hornets and horrible renditions of John Lennon’s “Imagine”, the world is starting to take its first steps back into its new normalcy. And for 24 NHL teams, that means returning to the […]

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50me Good News (ft. Rob Williams) | May 28, 2020

In the 50th episode of the CreaseCast; Lach is joined by Rob Williams (Daily Hive Vancouver) to talk about the NHL’s Return to Play announcement, what the league still has left to figure out, the best matchups of the Play-In round, previewing the Canucks/Wild matchup, the differences of covering sports during a pandemic and the […]

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Brackett | May 16, 2020

In this episode; Lachlan talks about the drama involving Judd Brackett and Canucks management, Tanner Pearson’s career year, Brendan Leipsic and the issues surrounding hockey culture and the AHL calling it quits for 2019-20. Dani Huntley’s article on Hockey Culture: https://canuckscrux.wordpress.com/2020/05/06/oh-calamity-that-is-hockey-culture/Ice the Misogyny shirt: https://teespring.com/ice-the-misogyny-colour?pid=345&cid=6355