Episode 47 has Clay and Matt talking about Eddie Lack and what it would take to trade him out of town – of if a trade should even be considered! All that and more in this extra episode of the C4 podcast.
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Episode 46 brings Matt together with Chris and Clay by phone to talk about the week that was and discuss the week that will be for the Vancouver Canucks. Wins against the Blackhawks and Bruins. A loss to the Flames. And no Evander Kane. All that and more in the latest from C4!
The 2011 Stanley Cup Finals were 4 years ago, but no one is over it. Time to play that 8th game playoff game… again. Victoria Pattison-Denault recaps the game in your tweets.
I’ll be the first to admit I’ve struggled to stay on board the Zack Kassian bandwagon. I don’t even consider myself on it, but I know when to give credit when credit is due.
With Matt away on assignment, Chris and Clay go mobile as they chat about the positive impact (you read that right) Zack Kassian had this weekend. They also talk about the Jekyll and Hyde ways of this Canucks squad and wonder if Bo Horvat isn’t due a promotion.
After losing to the Minnesota Wild in their pre-Superbowl match-up, the Canucks are looking to get back in the win column against the Winnipeg Jets. Lizz Moffat recaps the game in your tweets.
The entire Buffalo Sabres’ team gets my pick for Performance of the Week because, while the Canucks won against them 5-2 last Friday, their performance as a whole is much more noteworthy.
DJ Dave Levinson, former of the Vancouver Canucks, joins Chris, Matt and Clay to talk music and what it meant during his spin with the team. The podcast also reflects on the acquisition of Adam Clendenning, Ronalds Kenis unseating Zack Kassian… and the Super Bowl.
J.J., the blogfather of the Smylosphere, joins Chris and Matt to chat about the Canucks after the allstar break and to give his thoughts after the 4-0 loss to the Ducks. He also gets Chris fired up over his support of Zack Kassian and gives his two cents on what is needed to fix the team.
Ryan Kesler’s already returned to Vancouver this season with all the usual fanfare (and a few choice words), but I couldn’t catch that game, so let’s embrace it all over again.