Clay’s Canucks Commentary: A Musical Medley featuring Whitecaps Anthem Singer, Marie Hui

After a shaky start to their current six-game road trip, I thought I would bring in a ringer to help me with latest CCC in an attempt to encourage, inspire and affirm the Canucks. Thus, I’m blessed welcome my good friend and anthem singer for the Vancouver Whitecaps FC: the beautiful and talented Marie Hui (

We put together three songs that touch on the three positional facets of the game: our defencemen, our forwards, and our goaltenders.

For the D, we change up the words to Michael Jackson’s hit “Man in the Mirror” and wind up with “Men at the Rear.”

For the forwards, we concentrate on one in particular in David Booth as he asks for some more “Fireworks” (Katy Perry). (Please note that we recorded this a few hours prior to his big game against the Blackhawks.)

Lastly, we do our rendition of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” with “Goalies in the Crease.”

And if you make it to the end…there’s a small blooper reel for your enjoyment!

Clay Imoo

Clay Imoo is a Canucks season ticket member and creator of Canucks parody songs. He is a co-host of the C4 podcast and writer of Things That Make You Go Hmmm and CHB's Top 10. More importantly, he is a husband and father.

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5 Responses

  1. Cymh says:

    A dynamic duo!!  Wonderful singing, Marie!  Beautiful piano playing, Clay!

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