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In episode 64 – because we’re too good for an episode 63 – Matt, Chris, Clay AND Adam all get together to talk Canucks prospects, the draft and more. But that’s not all! Joining us for this special episode of C4 is guest Brendan Burke (@brendanmburke), voice of the Canucks’ farm team Utica Comets to give us a few thoughts on how the kids did during their playoff run, who impressed and disappointed over the season and who might make the big team for 2015/16. All that and more in your favourite Canucks podcast! The Summer of Jim – June...Click here to read more.
Matt and Clay connect to recap the Canucks win in Game 5 to keep the series going. They analyze the performance of Ryan Miller, talk about the atmosphere in Rogers Arena, think that Vrbata might look like his old self and what the team needs to do in Game 6 to ensure a win and a return home for Game 7 in episode 61 of the C4 podcast.Click here to read more.
With back-to-back losses in Calgary, Matt and Adam try to piece together what has happened to the Canucks and lay out what they feel is needed for the Canucks to turn this series around and stave off elimination in Game 5. They also talk about the impact of the Burrows injury on the lineup and debate why Willie Desjardins started Brandon McMillan over Sven Baertschi. All that and more in episode 60 of C4.Click here to read more.
J.J. joins Matt in episode 59 to pick apart the play of the Canucks in Game Three and figure out what went wrong. They also toss around the likelihood that the Canucks may be without the services of Burrows and Hamhuis, what needs to change for the Canucks to take Game Four, and where they see this series trending.Click here to read more.
Chris, Clay, Adam & Matt get together and attempt to reason that the recent re-signing of Derek Dorsett & Luca Sbisa make sense in episode 56 of the C4 podcast. Clay also cashes in on his bet with Matt and Chris by having them read out a couple haiku. And lastly, the boys spit ball who the Canucks will likely face in Round 1 of the Stanley Cup playoffs.Click here to read more.