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Welcome Back to Tank Town – March 5, 2019

Whether it’s having the crew together in the “hot box,” or simply the fact the Canucks are in going through another rough spell, talk of the tank is back on.

Chris, Adam, Anna & Matt share their thoughts on the possibility that Elias Pettersson is losing his grip on the Calder, “how you do you solve a problem like Brock Boeser,” and everyone gets all riled up when Chris suggests the Canucks need to keep a few “JAGs” on the team.

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Gud Riddance – February 26, 2019

On a day when the entire gang gets together in studio, no chairs are thrown nor tables flipped because… Erik Gudbranson was traded. That’s right, it was peace be with Gudbranson on the 2019 NHL Trade Deadline as the Canucks shipped him off to Pittsburgh. Chris, Adam, Anna & Matt share their thoughts on the trade that no one thought could happen, and also discuss the trade that came out of left-field in Jonathan Dahlen. This begs the question, is Utica committed to developing good, young players? Want all of that and more in your favourite Canucks hockey podcast? Consider...

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The Hot Stove – February 12, 2019

The entire gang gets together to talk about the newest pressing issue of the day for the Vancouver Canucks, goaltending. Isn’t it always goaltending? And if that topic wasn’t hot enough, they also discuss Sven Baertschi’s return to the IR with post-concussion symptoms and what that might mean for his season, let alone his career. Want all of that and more in your favourite Canucks hockey podcast? Consider supporting us on Patreon! Or better yet, join us on Discord and talk puck 24/7!

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Matt’s Away So Shenanigans – February 5, 2019

With Matt away, Chris, Anna and Adam go rogue by immediately talking about the Super Bowl. They also talk about the Canucks coming out of the All-Star break and bye week with a complete win over the Avalanche, what playoff matchups look best for the Canucks, what value Brendan Sutter has on the market, and as much Luongo conversation as they can fit in.

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All Star Bye Week – January 29, 2019

Chris, Adam and Matt take a moment to recognize the NHL All-Star game & the escapades of former co-host Clay Imoo down in San Jose. The boys also discuss the recent trade between the Los Angeles Kings and the Toronto Maple Leafs that had Jake Muzzin off to T Dot and whether Tanev was ever in the mix. And what’s a podcast episode without Elias Pettersson chatter?

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Team Tank vs. Team Playoffs – January 22, 2019

Anna, Adam and Matt discuss the pressing issue of our times – are they Team Tank or Team Playoffs. They also talk about Demko’s impact on the Canucks goalie situation for the remainder of the season, Pettersson’s return to the lineup, and how development situation looks.

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Handing Out Midseason Hardware – January 15, 2019

Anna and Matt find themselves in the studio to talk about the “code,” what might be Luongo’s last appearance in Vancouver, when Pettersson might return and provide their best 3 and worst 3 Canucks so far this season.

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Difficult Adam – January 8, 2019

Chris, Adam, Anna and Matt get together virtually for the first episode of 2019 to talk about the World Junior hockey tournament, Elias Pettersson’s injury (and potential return to the ice later this week), the Mike McKenna era in Vancouver, and whether or not Edler gets a plane ticket outta here.

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Home for the Holidays – December 18, 2018

As the Canucks and podcast head into the holidays, Anna, Chris & Matt talk about the recent unbeaten streak. This compels Matt to ask the question – are the Canucks now buyers come 2019?! They also pick apart the comparison of Pettersson to McDavid and decide how to stitch the C on to Bo Horvat’s chest.

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Youth Movement – December 11, 2018

Matt and Adam are here to talk the dynamic duo of Pettersson and Boeser, if they’re a long-term fit and if the Canucks losing close games is a good thing or a bad thing.

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