With 14 games left in the regular season, Matt and Adam focus on what the Canucks need to do in order to build towards next season, which is playing the kids, signing college free agents, and turning to other coaching options.
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With Adam & Matt in studio and Chris joining by phone, the boys assess the moves that Trader Jim made at the deadline. They discuss if they see value in the return for Burrows & Hansen, share their favourite memories of the two, and take a look at what else could’ve been done that wasn’t.
It’s a mumps-free zone, but a trade deadline podcast. Chris, Matt, and Adam discuss the viral infection spreading among the Canucks, and what – if anything – the club does at Wednesday’s trade deadline.
The Canucks enter their bye week only a few points back of the Flames, and yet there’s still plenty of rumblings the club could be sellers. Chris and Matt discuss their weekend performances, the Pat Quinn statute, and more.
Matt and friend of the show Jordan Bateman recap the Canucks’ woeful road trip, look forward to their do-or-die tilt against the Calgary Flames, and take a glance ahead of the trade deadline.
Matt and Chris discuss the string of losses coming out of the All-Star Break; as the Canucks embark on a six-game road trip, are they already a seller at the trade deadline?
Chris, Matt, and Adam discuss Bo Horvat’s performance at the All-Star Break, and any buyer’s remorse on their preseason predictions the Canucks would miss the playoffs.
The Canucks are heading towards the All-Star Break and much to Chris and Matt’s dismay (and Clay’s delight), are hovering right in playoff contention. The guys discuss, plus BIG news on the future of the podcast.
Chris and Matt are joined by longtime listener Anna Forsyth to discuss the rash of one point games and what’s in store the rest of the season. Anna also takes Chris to task for his “misguided” opinions.
Bo’s the king, the Canucks are suddenly in playoff contention, and dreams of Nolan Patrick are slipping away. Chris, Clay, and Matt discuss Horvat’s surging scoring ways, and hand out the midseason awards for team MVP, unsung hero, and most disappointing player.