Chris, Matt & Adam give episode 74 of the C4 Canucks hockey podcast their all while discussing the losses to the Penguins and Sabres. They also kick around the idea that the kids need more ice-time to develop and give a little airtime to Miller’s comments after the Buffaloss. All that and more in your favourite Canucks hockey podcast.Click here to read more.
CANUCKS HOCKEY BLOG
Clay & Matt spend episode 73 of the C4 Canucks hockey podcast discussing the games against the Canadiens & Stars, where Jared McCann fits in the big picture with Brendan Prust’s injury, and something about a bet. All that and more in this special mid-week episode of everyone’s favourite Canucks podcast!Click here to read more.
Chris & Matt talk about the Canucks winless-at-home start to the season, the dwindling ice-time for the kids, and what to expect in the week to come in the 72nd episode of the C4 Canucks hockey podcast. Oh, and they come up with the decisive nickname for Ben Hutton.Click here to read more.
The Vancouver Canucks turned over about one-third of their roster to start off the 2015-2016 NHL season. Brandon Sutter, Brandon Prust, Matt Bartkowski, Adam Cracknell, and rookies Jared McCann, Ben Hutton, and Jake Virtanen all made the team. So, of course, we decided to sing about it. I’m joined by regular collaborators – the lovely and talented Marie Hui and Arielle Tuliao for our version of Maroon 5’s popular song “Sugar”.Click here to read more.
When C4 last aired, the boys suggested they wouldn’t be back until closer to Training Camp unless something silly were to happen. Well, guess what… silly is EXACTLY what happened! Chris, Matt, Clay & Adam all got together to discuss the events since the NHL Entry Draft and more specifically, the Bonino/Clendening trade for Sutter. They break down the deal, try to read the tea leaves to determine what the Linden/Benning plan happens to be, and discuss what they think will be the next steps. And it’s not a solid episode of C4 if we don’t get our listeners involved...Click here to read more.