Mike Halford and Jason Brough make up the new way to start your workday. Former Kurtenblog radio Halford and Brough make the move to a daily sports radio show, bringing their unique insight, analysis, and humour to the biggest stories in the sports world. Weekdays 9am - 12pm
Mike and Jason talk Canucks with Ray Ferraro and with Thomas Drance
Thomas Drance of the Athletic Vancouver says Hughes and Pettersson are struggling, and the club has to ask if its put the players in positions to succeed, and if not...what happened?
Ray Ferraro isn't sure the Canucks can be in the playoff mix in the North, but suggests they'll have to go on a few 3,4 game win streaks to do that. Ray says the Canucks have to run a lot of contracts off the books before they'll be able to rebuild around that young core
Mike and Jason talk Canucks with Jeff Pat, and continue to recap a 3-1 loss in Toronto
Jeff Paterson says the Canucks need some time at home to practice and figure some things out. Jeff gets into Quinn Hughes' defensive play and what he saw last night from Olli Juolevi
Mike and Jason get into a 3-1 Canucks loss and a five-game losing skid
Mike and Jason discuss What We Learned
Mike and Jason talk Canucks with Dave Tomlinson and with Mike Johnson
Dave Tomlinson says the Canucks must concentrate on doing their own jobs well defensively, then hope to win on the PP. Dave admits it seems to already be moral victory time vs a very strong Leafs team
TSN's Mike Johnson says the Canucks gave up a tono of high-quality chances last year, and may be worse this year. Mike says the Canucks may be the worst defensive team in the NHL
Mike and Jason talk Super Bowl with Mike Tanier and Canucks with Jeff Paterson
Jeff Paterson gets into a tough weekend for the Canucks, pointing out that a loss tonight leaves Vancouver just 3-10 against teams other than Ottawa
Mike Tanier from Pro Football Network says the Bucs should be in the mix to repeat, and KC will be there next year as well...but admits everyone, other than Mahomes, was a disappointment in the Super Bowl for the Chiefs
Mike and Jason talk Super Bowl and get into another Canucks loss in Toronto
In this hour, Mike & Jason tell us what they learned, we hear from the humanoids, plus it's #AskUsAnything Friday!
In this hour, Mike & Jason are joined by iHeartRadio NFL analyst Zac Blobner, as well as Elite Prospects & Rink Wide's JD Burke.
Elite Prospects & Rink Wide's JD Burke joined Halford & Brough to discuss the current state of the Canucks following a 7-3 road loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs.
iHeartRadio NFL analyst Zac Blobner joined Halford & Brough to help preview Super Bowl LV!
In this hour, Mike & Jason are joined by TSN 1040 Canucks reporter Jeff Paterson.
TSN 1040 Canucks reporter Jeff Paterson joined Halford & Brough to break down Thursday night's 7-3 road loss to the Maple Leafs.
In this hour, Mike & Jason are joined by TSN NHL insider Pierre LeBrun.
TSN NHL insider Pierre LeBrun joined Halford & Brough with the latest stories from around the NHL.
Mike and Jason talk Super Bowl with Joe Valerio and discuss What We Learned
Former Chiefs lineman Joe Valerio gets into the Super Bowl on Sunday, his time with Joe Montana in KC and blocking for Christian Okoye
Thomas Drance of the Athletic gets into Jim Benning's comments about the UFA season, and says there's a weird vibe around the Canucks right now
Mike and Jason talk Canucks with Thomas Drance and chat with author Joan Ryan about her book, Intangibles
Joan Ryan, author of the book Intangibles: Unlocking the Science and Soul of Team Chemistry" discusses the importance of intangibles in locker rooms
Mike and Jason talk Leafs/Canucks with James Mirtle
James Mirtle of the Athletic gets into Toronto's start to the season, and what he - as a BC boy and a Canucks fan growing up - sees from the team
Mike and Jason get into confidence in Canucks managment right now
Mike and Jason discuss What We Learned and talk Super Bowl with former NFLer Nick Hardwick
Nick Hardwick, former Chargers centre, tells a ton of Philip Rivers stories, says he'd rather be the best player to not win a Super Bowl, and gets into his Lose Like a Lineman program
Mike and Jason talk hockey with Kevin Woodley and Tom Mayenknecht and get into What We Learned
Tom Mayenknecht gets into the Canucks ownership group, what they do well and what they could improve.
Kevin Woodley from InGoal Magazine suggests stats show Holtby and Demko aren't far apart, but results have differed. Kev gets into Olympic goalie situations for Canada and USA
Mike and Jason talk Canucks and NHL with Greg Wyshynski and with Jeff Paterson
Jeff Paterson says the Canucks played better last night in Montreal, but the bar was low. Jeff says this is a big series in Toronto, with nowhere to hide in the Big Smoke, so pressure is mounting
ESPN's Greg Wyshynski gets into Tyler Toffoli's play vs Vancouver, how desirable the Penguins GM job is, Covid issues in the US divisions, and the likelihood of Tony DeAngelo playing again this year
Mike and Jason discuss another Canucks loss in Montreal, as pressure mounts on the team
Mike and Jason discuss What We Learned and get into the Super Bowl with Lofa Tatupu
Lofa Tatupu from Bleav Podcasts previews this weekend's Super Bowl, gets into what's next for the Seahawks, and reminisces over the 2006 Super Bowl loss to Pittsburgh
Mike and Jason talk Canucks with Ray Ferraro and Thomas Drance
Thomas Drance of the Athletic Vancouver says you at least have confidence the Lotto Line will figure it out, but it needs to happen soon. Beyond that, Drancer is a bit bamboozled at the Canucks inconsistency
Ray Ferraro says the Canucks simply don't have the depth to win if its top line isn't playing well. Ray says the defense is in a scramble right now, but also says Virtanen had a good game last night
Mike and Jason talk Canucks with Jeff Pat and continue to recap a 6-2 loss in Montreal
Jeff Paterson says the Canucks top line was particularly bad in a 6-2 loss to Montreal, but he'd give them another chance tonight. Jeff says JT Miller seems off, and suggests the door is open for Thatcher Demko to really solidify the starting job
Mike and Jason admit to being "flummoxed" after the Canucks 6-2 loss in Montreal
Mike and Jason discuss What We Learned
MIke and Jason talk Canucks and NHL with Mike Johnson and Marc Dumont, and get into the show Yellowstone
Marc Dumont says Habs fans are cautiously optimistic about the club's start, and admits the team might need a game-breaker. But Marc also says the Canadiens depth is its biggest strength
Mike Johnson gets into a busy weekend in hockey, discussing the DeAngelo waivers situation, and trade requests from Sam Bennett and Victor Mete