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8-6 in Carolina. 7-6 over Colorado. An 11-0 score against Calgary way back when. The guys go through some of the craziest games in Canucks' history and where last night's 7-6 overtime game against the Habs ranks.Rink Wide: Vancouver's Jeff Paterson, with his impressive recall of Canucks games past, stops by with his take on the wildest Canucks game in years. The guys also discuss Brock Boeser's trade value and what holds it back.Patrick Johnston reminds us that the NHL is at its most offensive in years, and how hockey fans are the beneficiaries. PJ also takes on coach Bruce Boudreau's future and Boeser's trade market.Presented by Jaguar Vancouver, Land Rover Vancouver & Audi Downtown Vancouver.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
After an enormous weekend of news, Matt and Blake unpack all the matters with Brock Boeser. The healthy-scratching that wasn't. The goal. The trade rumours. And the one-year anniversary of the firing of Jim Benning and Travis Green.Jeff Paterson (Rink Wide: Vancouver) stops by with his interpretation of all that happened Saturday, including whether the Canucks were shopping Boeser previously, and how he ultimately got back into the lineup. Jeff also talks about the Canucks one year since cleaning house.John Shannon tells us that Jim Rutherford is typically a patient man who stubbornly stays the course, but wonders whether a new course is near after the injury to Thatcher Demko and an upcoming parting with Boeser.Presented by Jaguar Vancouver, Land Rover Vancouver & Audi Downtown Vancouver.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Capping off a busy week of news, Matt and Blake recap a second straight 5-1 loss by the Vancouver Canucks, this one to Florida, and the bigger worry about injured goaltender Thatcher Demko.Ray Ferraro (Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast) joins to talk about the game, the loss of Demko, and why J.T. Miller continues to be a go-to interview. Also, on retiring numbers and whether keeping them in circulation is a better policy.Rick Dhaliwal with the latest on Andrei Kuzmenko's future, Demko and more.And Jeff Paterson (Rink Wide: Vancouver) gives us his take on who should be the next Canucks to be inducted at Rogers Arena, and whether Ryan Kesler deserves some space.Presented by Jaguar Vancouver, Land Rover Vancouver & Audi Downtown Vancouver.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Great day for sports debates as we digest the Canucks' decision to honour Roberto Luongo in the Ring of Honour not by retiring his number, and Canada's 0-3 performance at the World Cup."The Stanchion" Wyatt Arndt stops by with reaction to the Luongo news. Rob Williams makes the case for why the Canucks erred. Vanni Sartini breaks down where Canada went wrong.Plus Matt and Blake lay out all the Luongo variables and come to their own conclusions.Presented by Jaguar Vancouver, Land Rover Vancouver & Audi Downtown Vancouver.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Matt and Blake digest a 5-1 Canucks loss to the Washington Capitals where head coach Bruce Boudreau said they got "bullied" and point forward to Thursday's game against Florida which will feature a ceremony for Hall-of-Famers Roberto Luongo and the Sedin twins.Jeff Paterson (Rink Wide: Vancouver) stops by to talk about his post-game exchange with Quinn Hughes and how the Canucks best players were anything but. He also comments on what the Canucks should do with Luongo, whether that's retiring his No. 1 or another honour.Darren Dreger (Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast) joins to discuss the path forward for winger Andrei Kuzmenko and how the Canucks can handle this pending free agent. He also comments on the next steps for the Canucks in the Rachel Doerrie matter after the former analyst/video coach filed a human rights complaint.Tosaint Ricketts previews Canada vs. Morocco at the World Cup. Presented by Jaguar Vancouver, Land Rover Vancouver & Audi Downtown Vancouver.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guys discuss the demotions of two Canucks prospects, a visit from Alex Ovechkin, and the intersection of politics and sports at the World Cup and beyond.Ex-Canucks analyst/video coach Rachel Doerrie tells her side of the story about a brief employment with the organization that ended with a September dismissal. She has filed a human rights complaint against the Canucks, and tells us more than anything she is seeking public accountability from the club.Patrick Johnston tells us why he thinks Vasily Podkolzin will be recalled before Jack Rathbone after both were demoted Monday. Patrick covers the goaltending duties and the rise of Sheldon Dries.Presented by Jaguar Vancouver, Land Rover Vancouver & Audi Downtown Vancouver.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Big Monday show after a winning weekend for the Canucks and a crushing loss by Canada at the World Cup. Rachel Doerrie's human rights complaint against the Canucks, and John Herdman's coaching also feature.Jeff Paterson (Rink Wide: Vancouver) took us through all the good with the Canucks: from Elias Pettersson and his linemates, to Quinn Hughes, to goaltending, scoring, power play and even (gasp!) defence. Jeff looks at the week ahead with games against Ovechkin and the Caps, Luongo and the Panthers.John Shannon stops by with his two cents on how the Canucks compare against the rest of the West including the red-hot Seattle Kraken, and if the team will kept Andrei Kuzmenko as part of their future.Vanni Sartini, head coach of Vancouver Whitecaps FC, gives us his breakdown of what happened to the Canadians in a 4-1 loss to Croatia. As he predicted last week, that Croatian midfield made the difference.Presented by Jaguar Vancouver, Land Rover Vancouver & Audi Downtown Vancouver.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Huge weekend of sports with the Canucks facing the Golden Knights and Sharks, Canada vs Croatia, and North Vancouver's Connor Bedard at the LEC to face the Vancouver Giants. Ray Ferraro from the Ray and Dregs Hockey Podcast first encountered Bedard as a 14-year-old, and tells stories about how he came to be aware of the hockey prodigy. Ray also gives us his assessment of Elias Pettersson wanting (and getting) the power-on-power matchups against the likes of Nathan MacKinnon.Rick Dhaliwal joins us with his read on the Bo Horvat tea leaves, and why his representative didn't meet with the Canucks in Toronto a couple of weekends back. Rick shoots down speculation that the Canucks were interviewing coaching replacements in town last week.Presented by Jaguar Vancouver, Land Rover Vancouver & Audi Downtown Vancouver.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guys digest two games of interest: Canada's 1-0 loss to Belgium at the World Cup, and the Canucks' 4-3 comeback win against the Colorado Avalanche.Blake returns after calling the World Cup match on radio. He offers his thoughts and impressions on the Canadian performance and the next match Sunday against Croatia.Jeff Paterson tells us why he's all for Elias Pettersson playing tougher matchups and handling more responsibility after another terrific game in Denver.And Rob Williams morphs into Roberto the Futbol Guy talking about the scenes in Qatar and the reports on the ground. He also discusses the high-powered Canucks' offence and the comments by Luke Schenn that Vancouver's defensive problems are rooted in effort.Presented by Jaguar Vancouver, Land Rover Vancouver & Audi Downtown Vancouver.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
An historic day for Canada as the men's national team faces Belgium at the World Cup.Rink Wide: Vancouver's Jeff Paterson sits in for Blake Price, who was calling the game on radio, and the guys recap an outstanding 90-minute effort from Canada in a losing cause. Whitecaps FC coach Vanni Sartini stops by with his analysis of the match and says Canada should've had three penalty kicks not one. He also explains why Alphonso Davies took the kick, not striker Jonathan David.Darren Dreger takes us through the Canucks' coaching conundrum. What is more likely: an interim or permanent replacement should they replace Bruce Boudreau? Dreger points out an oddity as he read the tea leaves on a Bo Horvat trade, and tells us why one rumoured team has to settle its own case with an unrestricted free-agent centreman before considering the Canucks captain.Presented by Jaguar Vancouver, Land Rover Vancouver & Audi Downtown Vancouver.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Big show on the eve of Canada's first game at the World Cup.Rink Wide's Jeff Paterson stops by to blister the Canucks and the coach after another multi-goal lead was blown in defeat. You're going to want to hear his answers on Bo Horvat trade fits and the possibility of a deal with the Bruins.Former Canadian player turned analyst Tosaint Ricketts joins the guys from Doha with his outlook for Canada vs Belgium, and thoughts on the opening days of the World Cup.The guys press Patrick Johnston on his weekend story about Canucks meetings and a person of interest in being in town. Hmmmm.Presented by Jaguar Vancouver, Land Rover Vancouver & Audi Downtown Vancouver.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A busy sports weekend, leading into a busy sports week.The guys bookend the show from DeDutch on Burrard Landing, where a great time was had watching The Netherlands and Senegal from the World Cup.Matt and Blake discuss the weekend's news of a Tyler Myers/Nikita Zaitsev proposed trade, as well as reflecting back on Friday's Canucks win over the L.A. Kings and a strong game from Thatcher Demko. They kick around the possibility of a (gasp!) winning streak after two straight victories, as well as look forward to Canada's World Cup schedule and how the country will get switched on to soccer.Presented by Jaguar Vancouver, Land Rover Vancouver & Audi Downtown Vancouver.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A Friday show with Ray Ferraro (Ray and Dregs) on the Xs and Os and Rick Dhaliwal on the news and rumours around the Canucks.            Ray takes us through Brock Boeser's game (why he's struggling to score goals), Bo Horvat's game (how he's improved offensively; why he isn't a more effective penalty-killer), and Oliver Ekman-Larsson's game (perhaps too much usage) as well as telling us what it's like in a dressing room when the coach is on a hot seat.Rick gives us the latest info on Horvat trade rumours, the future of Bruce Boudreau, the interest in Luke Schenn, and the future of college prospect Aidan McDonough.Presented by Jaguar Vancouver, Land Rover Vancouver & Audi Downtown Vancouver.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Once unthinkable, the guys discuss what a Bo Horvat trade could look like.Rink Wide: Vancouver's Jeff Paterson talks about the captain's value and the opportunity missed last year by not trading Miller.Jeff also thinks that taking down the banners of players inside Rogers Arena is "not nothing" and tells us what he anticipates in Friday's home game against the Kings.Rob Williams of the Daily Hive reports on some news about former Canucks analyst Rachel Doerrie, and Alexandre Gangué-Ruzic catches us up on a big win for Canada in its final tuneup before the World Cup.Presented by Jaguar Vancouver, Land Rover Vancouver & Audi Downtown Vancouver.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
After beating the Buffalo Sabres 5-4 on Tuesday night, Matt and Blake opine on the timeline of a potential change for the Vancouver Canucks that would relieve Bruce Boudreau from head coaching duties.Our hockey insider Darren Dreger from the Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast shares the latest he's hearing regarding Boudreau watch. Would Rick Tocchet be a fit in Vancouver to replace Boudreau? Dregs also shares his predictions on whether captain Bo Horvat will be a Canuck at season's end.Jeff Paterson from the Rink Wide: Vancouver Podcast stops by to give us his takeaways on the Canucks' win over the Sabres. We get into Boudreau's deployment late in the game, Will Lockwood, Spencer Martin grabbing another victory and Bo Horvat leading by example with a few helpers. Plus, Jeff gives his two cents on Boudreau watch.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Following their Hockey Hall of Fame Induction. Matt and Blake asked which of the latest inductees(Henrik, Daniel or Luongo) in their prime could the Canucks use most right now. And with the news BC Lions Quarterback Nathan Rourke is set to have meetings with NFL teams, Farhan Lalji from TSN joined the guys to talk over that process and what the likelihood of Rourke signing in the NFL is. Ahead of the final game of the Canucks road trip, Patrick Johnston stopped by for his weekly chat and the guys wondered if this was potentially the last time we see Bruce Boudreau behind the Vancouver bench and what the rest of the week could look like.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
After a terrible weekend for Vancouver sports teams, the guys try to celebrate Hall of Fame induction night where the Sedin twins and Roberto Luongo will be honoured. Jeff Paterson stops by and is asked 1) is the season already lost?; and 2) is it a matter of if (not when) Bruce Boudreau gets fired? Jeff recaps another blown multi-goal lead, a second weekend loss to the Bruins, and tells us how concerned he is with Russian wingers Vasily Podkolzin and Andrei Kuzmenko. John Shannon calls HHoF induction night one of his favourite days of the year, and reflects on the magical careers of the Sedin twins and Luongo. He also tells us he fears Boudreau is dead man walking.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Matt and Blake preview Canada at the World Cup on a special Remembrance Day edition of Sekeres and Price. The guys are joined by longtime Canadian captain Atiba Hutchinson, who is finally getting to play in a World Cup after 20 years in the program and six nods as national player-of-the-year. Atiba takes us through his incredible soccer journey and how he related to Alphonso Davies, Jonathan David and the young bucks on the squad. Then Paul Dolan, another Canadian soccer builder, previews Canada's three matches against Belgium, Croatia and Morocco. Dolan was a player last time Canada made the World Cup finals in 1986, and has been a goaltending coach for the program as well. He's been waiting a long time for this. We all have.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Big show wrapping another Canucks loss, this one in Montreal, and the path forward. Rick Dhaliwal gives us what he's hearing on the futures of head coach Bruce Boudreau & captain Bo Horvat. Jeff Paterson looks at the path forward for forward Tanner Pearson, who is now injured, and whether the Canucks can trade him. Plus, the curious case of goaltender Thatcher Demko, who continues to struggle. And Rob Williams on what is supposed to be a celebratory weekend for the Canucks at the Hall of Fame.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guys digest the win in Ottawa and another two-goal game for captain Bo Horvat, who now has 12 in 13 games. It led to our poll question: will Horvat score 50? Darren Dreger takes us through the predicament faced by Canucks management as they evaluate head coach Bruce Boudreau and the team's lack of structure. It's not just about wins and losses, but how the team plays. Jeff Paterson gives thumbs-up to Horvat, Conor Garland, Spencer Martin and others on the Canucks, while looking at more difficult performances from Andrei Kuzmenko, Tyler Myers and Oliver Ekman-Larsson in Ottawa.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Steve Dato

So glad Jim mentioned the end of Kings Cup 2012. Loved how he handled that! Chills then and now.

Sep 29th
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ID20544263

The boys are back! After the pencil pushers at Bell decided to close the 2nd most popular sports stn in Canada Sekeres, Price and even Leaf homer Wadden are back and better than ever! Tell me I’m wrong the Price is right!

Apr 7th
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