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Elliotte joins Jeff to chat about Elias Pettersson's struggles, and how the Canucks need to figure out how to get him going (0:19). Next, they touch on the Flames' tough loss to the Senators and how flat the team looked (4:04). Then the guys head to Boston to give their thoughts on Tuukka Rask's successful season debut, before pivoting to the Islanders' win over the Devils, and whether the team has a chance to put itself back into playoff contention (8:51). The two discuss whether the Predators are the real deal, what David Poile may do with Filip Forsberg amid negotiations with the forward, and what Juuse Saros has done in Nashville (15:31). They finish with a chat about Vezina Trophy voting, a story from the year the Jim Gregory (GM of the Year) Award was introduced, and confirmation regarding Jeff's Marchand-Krug-puck anecdote (21:24).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
Jeff and Elliotte open with a discussion on Coyotes' netminder Karel Vejmelka's impressive outing against the Leafs, and whether Arizona plans to play kingmaker at the trade deadline (1:06). The guys then look ahead to Tuukka Rask's season debut in Beantown, how the Bruins found their stride, and whether the team may look to add a forward (5:21). Next, they talk about Eric Staal signing a PTO with the Iowa Wild to potentially represent Canada at the Olympics, and concern whether an NHL team could grab him first (12:05). Later, an update on the Evander Kane investigation, who all is involved, where the Kings are at, and the Crosby leap against LA (14:00). To wrap, they look ahead to Canucks-Lightning and Flames-Sens, and discuss Elias Pettersson's struggles and what it will take to get him rolling (21:30).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
Pete and Nick are joined by guest Jake Hahn of SiriusXM NHL Network Radio and the Mayo Media Network to talk NHL futures and fantasy trends around the League. The guys discuss Tuukka Rask giving the Bruins renewed Stanley Cup futures appeal, the buy-low window on the Islanders and Jets, the goalie situations of the Avalanche vs. Golden Knights and how the Predators and Blues have sneaky value to win the Central Division and/or the Stanley Cup. Players and topics discussed include whether to add Evander Kane (most added player in fantasy this week), Cal Petersen, Adrian Kempe, Karel Vejmelka, the strong underlying numbers of the Kings, Tristan Jarry's case for the Vezina Trophy, Noah Dobson, Anders Lee, Evgeni Malkin's season debut, Jack Eichel skating and the bounce-back chances of Elias Pettersson and Tom Wilson.
Mike and Jason talk with Sportsnet's Dan Murphy the morning after Elias Pettersson tests positive for COVID-19 about the possibility that Saturday's game with the Senators gets postponed, who might come off the Canucks' COVID list ahead of Saturday's action if the game is played, and why the Canucks would be smart to hang on to their suddenly valuable back-up goalie.
Jeff and Elliotte touch on the imminent arrival of Tuukka Rask in Boston and what the team may do with Jeremy Swayman (0:39). Next, they talk about the Oilers' loss to the Leafs, Ilya Mikheyev's future in Toronto, Jack Campbell's play this season and what his next contract might look like (1:57). Then the guys discuss Niko Mikkola mixing it up with Sidney Crosby, Elias Pettersson being placed in COVID protocol, Gerard Gallant and Ryan Reeves' return to Vegas, and Flames-Lightning (10:26). To wrap, it's a look at the Flyers' struggles, where the organization goes from here, Claude Giroux's future in Philly, Dallas' return to action with a matchup against the Panthers, and Marco Rossi's NHL debut (17:14).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
Pete and Nick discuss the top 200 rankings on NHL.com/Fantasy and mailbag questions for the 12th week of the season. Big topics include where to rank Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask after he signed a professional tryout with Providence of the AHL, the expected NHL debuts of Wild prospects Marco Rossi and Matt Boldy, the value of Kaapo Kahkonen with Cam Talbot injured and replacement options for injured Devils defenseman Dougie Hamilton. Other topics include Nikita Kucherov's expected return, Brayden Schenn's first game back, Ondrej Palat's hot streak, the Bruins' new-look top six, whether the guys believe in Alexander Kerfoot and some other players with low roster percentages, the buy-low fantasy appeal of Elias Pettersson and what the guys are watching for the rest of the week.
Mike and Jason debate whether Elias Pettersson has it in him to reach his full potential. Greg Wyshynksi stops by for Wysh Wednesday. We dive into his sit-down interview with Kraken GM Ron Francis. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Bik and Israel are joined by InGoal Magazine's Kevin Woodley to discuss the Canucks and Thatcher Demko's play this season. They also talk about Elias Pettersson's struggles this season and what's gone wrong.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Randip and Bik are joined by Canucks play-by-play man Brendan Batchelor to talk the team's overtime loss last night to the LA Kings, as fan frustration keys in on the struggles of Elias Pettersson once again. Plus the guys look ahead to Sunday's NFL action.
Randip and Bik break down Jim Rutherford's comments as the Canucks' President of Hockey Operations joined Halford & Brough this morning following the first loss of the Boudreau era. As fan frustration mounts with Elias Pettersson's season, the boys preach patience with one of the best centermen in the history of the franchise.
Farhan Lalji and Thomas Drance present their Christmas gift to the VANcast listeners, answering your questions in another edition of the VANcast mailbag. Drancer and Lalji touch on a number of topics that have Canuck fans interested, including.....who the next General Manager will be, if Jim Rutherford will make a move this season or wait for the off-season, why is Elias Pettersson struggling and what the future holds for J.T. Miller and Brock Boeser in Vancouver. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mike and Jason welcome in John Shorthouse. Shorty talks about how, despite his recent good form, Pettersson is still playing the game too slowly. Also, What We Learned. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Satiar Shah and Bik Nizzar break down the Canucks game as they took on the Carolina Hurricanes at Rogers Arena. Hear from Elias Pettersson and Bruce Boudreau, along texts and calls from you, the fan!
Canucks win a fourth straight after topping the Hurricanes 2-1. Post-game audio from Elias Pettersson, Bo Horvat, and Bruce Boudreau. Final Score: Hurricanes: 1 (Shots 29) Canucks: 2 (Shots 26) Big thanks to our title sponsor Able Auctions See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mike, Anth, Joe and Brian are back for another week of #FantasyHockey talk. They begin the podcast by looking back on the Fantasy Players of the Night from this week. They then discuss the recent coaching changes and what effect they may have in fantasy. The guys take some listener questions about Jonathan Toews, Vasily Podkolzin and the Colorado crease. Finally, Mike sets you up for the week ahead and the boys make their picks for this weeks 'Battle of the Bargains'. 4:49 – Fantasy Players of the Night4:50 – Drew Doughty6:34 – Jamie Benn13:17 – Tomas Hertl15:19 – Mark Stone21:11 – Marc-Andre Fleury22:38 – Kyle Connor25:40 - Brady Tkachuk31:43 – Other Players42:48 – Injuries44:42 - Questions 52:55 – The Week Ahead56:28 – Battle of the BargainsSign up on FanDuel: http://fanduel.com/TheFantasyHockeyBrosVisit Majd Realty Group: http://www.majdrealty.com/ Players mentioned in this episode include: Drew Doughty, Jamie Benn, Tomas Hertl, Mark Stone, Robin Lehner, Marc-Andre Fleury, Kyle Connor, Blake Wheeler, Adam Lowry, Paul Stastny, Brady Tkachuk, Elias Pettersson, Ben Bishop, Jake Oettinger, Anton Khudobin, Brayden Holtby, Roope Hintz, Trevor Zegras, Sonny Milano, Connor McDavid, Cale Makar, Filip Forsberg, Matthew Tkachuk, Mitch Marner, Jake Guentzel, Neal Pionk, Gabriel Landeskog, Jason Spezza, Matt Duchene, Tyler Toffoli, John Gibson, Anthony Stolarz, Jakob Chychrun, Zach Hyman, Warren Foegele, Vasily Podkolzin, Jonathan Toews, Darcy Kuemper, Pavel Francouz, Alex Kerfoot, Eeli Tolvanen, Phil Kessel, Ondrej Kase, and more!Follow us!Instagram @FantasyHockeyBrosTwitter @FntsyHockeyBrosFacebook @FantasyHockeyBrosSubscribe to our YouTube channelSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=5XV5DRQDVUGCJ)
Satiar Shah and Bik Nizzar break down the Canucks game as they took on the Winnipeg Jets. Hear from Elias Pettersson, Bruce Boudreau, Iain MacIntyre, along texts and calls from you, the fan!The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Guest host Gord Stellick is joined by Iain MacIntyre to look at how Jim Rutherford might approach his early tenure with the Canucks and what's gone wrong for Elias Pettersson (0:44). Next, Mark Spector talks about the Oilers' losing streak and if the club might be heavy into the goaltending market (15:58). To finish, Jesse Granger discusses how Vegas has adjusted to all their injuries and the timeline for Jack Eichel (33:48).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
New Vancouver Canucks coach Bruce Boudreau, despite his head still spinning, gives an hour to SFTS to discuss his new gig, his long history with new Canucks President of Hockey Operations Jim Rutherford. Gabby discuses the fresh start he's giving Brock Boeser and Elias Pettersson, as he encourages those two Canuck players to keep shooting. Plus, Bruce marvels at how good Quinn Hughes, J.T. Miller and Thatcher Demko are. Bruce shares a hilarious story about Wayne Gretzky and a prank that his former players in Anaheim played on him. Plus Boudreau answers fan questions via twitter on his involvement in the Slap Shot movie, what he thinks of the west leading Minnesota Wild now, his coaching influences and what player he has coached that he could see behind a bench in the NHL one day. Russo provides his weekly update on the Wild, fresh off the game in San Jose on Thursday night, and teases some exciting things coming up regarding the Athletic's Winter Classic coverage. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On an all new VANcast, Farhan and Drancer discuss Jim Rutherford announcement to bring Hockey Hall of Famer, and three time Stanley Cup champion Jim Rutherford in to the front office as the franchises President of Hockey Operations. The guys look at some of the candidates that Rutherford might look at for the General Manager position, and we debate Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes on the penalty kill and critique the Canucks play, two games into the Bruce Boudreau era. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Canucks kicked off the Bruce Boudreau era with a 4-0 win over the Kings. Post-game audio from Brock Boeser, Elias Pettersson, and Bruce Boudreau. Final Score: Kings: 0 (Shots 31) Canucks: 4 (Shots 30) Big thanks to our title sponsor Able Auctions See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hop in the Two-Man Booth with Nick & Neil as they review and discuss the week that was for the Edmonton Oilers and around the rest of the NHL! During the Opening Draw (1:20) they breakdown the lack of scoring depth on the Oilers' roster, Dave Tippett's curious lineup choices, the holes on defense, and 5v5 possession struggles as a whole. Then they go around the NHL and discuss the Canucks firing Head Coach Travis Green and General Manager Jim Benning and hiring Bruce Boudreau to fix the likes of Elias Pettersson and Brock Boeser (41:20), how the Flyers look after firing Head Coach Alain Vigneault amid a nine-game losing streak (48:00), Ovi Watch (50:40), Coyotes Suck Index (51:40), and some love for one of Nick & Neil's favourite underrated players (53:50). They then crown their Coach Orion Award Winners (55:45) and Road Warriors of Week (60:00) and wrap things up with by checking-in for a Fantasy Hockey check-up in the Fantasy Land Motel (63:55)! Follow us on Instagram @2manbooth Follow on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts!
Sat, Dan and Randip are joined by former Canuck Shane O'Brien to chat about the Canucks, Flames, Elias Pettersson, J.T. Miller, and the best chirps across the NHL. The guys also dig into the Blundstones trend in the Lower Mainland.
On an all new VANcast, Farhan and Drancer discuss the Canucks two game winning streak against lesser lights Montreal and Ottawa, and the tough schedule ahead for the team. The guys argue about if we should be talking about playoff chances, if the team remains hot or if we should just looking at the positives, like improved play from Elias Pettersson, J.T. Miller, Quinn Hughes, Thatcher Demko and Brock Boeser. Drancer and Farhan also dissect the comments made by NHL player agent Kevin Epp, Conor Garland's comments on Spittin' Chicklets as it pertains to the pressure playing in Vancouver, which saw Epp blame the media for. The guys also look out same of the rumours coming from the national media on possible coaching candidates to replace Travis Green, if and when General Manager Jim Benning gets his way and fires the coach. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Pete Jensen is joined by guest Nick Alberga of Sportsnet to go around the NHL, answer fan questions and discuss the latest top 200 rankings on NHL.com/Fantasy. The guys debate the Avalanche's goalie situation and potential trade targets with the injury concern surrounding Darcy Kuemper and whether to buy low on Elias Pettersson, Mark Scheifele, Nikolaj Ehlers, Blake Wheeler, Mathew Barzal and Tyler Seguin in fantasy. They also react to the Predators' top-line dominance of Filip Forsberg, Mikael Granlund and Matt Duchene, how Trevor Zegras has re-entered the Calder Trophy race and given the Ducks staying power as one of the deepest fantasy teams. Other players covered include Jake Guentzel, Zach Hyman, Sonny Milano, Tuukka Rask, Evander Kane, Braden Holtby, Alex Nedeljkovic, Robert Thomas, Scott Perunovich, Pavel Francouz and more.
Kevin Woodley joins Mike and Jason. He tries to explain the method behind Elias Pettersson's limited ice time recently and how its intention is to get him slowly back to his full potential. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Dan and Randip are joined by The Athletic's Harman Dayal as he answers questions on Elias Pettersson's overall play lately and what he needs to do to get his game back on track. Later, Chief Executive Officer of the Vancouver Whitecaps FC, Axel Schuster, joins the show to talk about the team being ready to take the next step after locking in their head coach
Farhan and Drancer discuss the Canucks 2-1 win over the Canadiens in what they have dubbed the "Dysfunction Bowl" on Monday night. And while there were some positives to take from that win, will any of it slow down the inevitable search for a new head coach? The pair discuss the team's lack of pieces they need to compete, off-ice, the disconnect throughout the franchise, Elias Pettersson feeling the pressure, and much more. Get a subscription to The Athletic for $3.99/month: theathletic.com/vancast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Canucks snapped a four-game losing streak beating the Canadiens 2-1. Post game audio from Elias Pettersson, Thatcher Demko, and Travis Green. Final Score: Canucks: 2 (Shots 42) Canadiens: 1 (Shots 34) Big thanks to our title sponsor Able Auctions See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Welcome Matt kicked off the show and Matt went over his weekend Twitter activity and why he has a problem with network coverage of the Vancouver Canucks. Jeff Paterson, our Canucks Reporter, joined us off the top to look into some of the storylines leading into the the game vs Montreal. The Price is Right on the state of Elias Pettersson. Charean Williams joined Matt and Blake and started talking about if Kingsbury would really leave the Cards for a college job. Does him no good to say he isn't interested while he is looking for a raise. Don't need to worry about the kids in the NFL, you have a GM for all that. Head Coach is the easiest life at any level of football. Talked about if we will see the Seahawks on primetime again. Says they could go on a run where week 18 might be important. Talked about who the best teams are. The Rams defence befuddles her. Thinks she's had at least 5 or 6 teams as the top team throughout the season. Talked about the hoodie in New England. Doesn't see them going to the SB because they have a rookie QB. DIdn't see it coming. Talked about the Bengals and how long it's been since they have done anything. Talked about the Chargers and who they are. They have a lot of talent. Go down the list and it's so much talent. Thinks they have underachieved. NHL Insider, John Shannon joined Matt and Blake and talked about the week that was for the Vancouver Canucks in terms of front office moves. Talked about who will help the Canucks search for their new executives. Talked about the process of hiring when the NHL is lending a helping hand. Talked about the MTL situation and Jeff Gorton. Talked about Alain Vigneault. Talked about Petey and his decline. Referenced Jeff Skinner signing for 9 million and scoring 2 goals. The thing about EP40 is it's so early in his career that puts you in a quandary. Wonders if his wrist ever gets back to 100%. It's so important for his game. People can move him off the puck. The first year and a half players were scared of him. Talked about the possibility of Scott Mellanby joining the franchise in Vancouver. John hasn't heard anything. It was the first thing that John thought have when he resigned from MTL. JS is not concerned about the future of Scott Mellanby. He will be back in hockey very soon. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bik is joined by former Canuck forward Mike Santorelli and the Canucks Hour's Jamie Dodd to talk about how the Canucks can wedge themselves out of the hole they've dug themselves in to. They go in-depth on what's wrong with Elias Pettersson and how Nils Hoglander and Vasily Podkolzin can continue to improve this season and beyond.
Mike, Anth, Brian and Joe are back for another week of fantasy hockey talk and more. This week, they start a jam-packed show with the Fantasy Players of the Night and then discuss the seasons of Pettersson, Scheifele, Wheeler, and Petry, among others. They then play the first edition of 'Johnson or Johnsson' this season and answer some fan questions. Finally, the guys set you up for the week ahead and make their picks for this weeks 'Battle of the Bargains'. 12:03 – Fantasy Players of the Night12:25 – Marc-Andre Fleury15:33 – Nazem Kadri26:20 – Andrei Vasilevskiy27:01 – Leon Draisaitl27:52 – Alex Ovechkin30:40 – Mikko Rantanen31:47 – Other Players48:00 – Johnson or Johnsson54:00 - Questions1:01:14 – The Week Ahead1:03:21 – Battle of the BargainsSign up on FanDuel: http://fanduel.com/TheFantasyHockeyBrosPlayers mentioned in this episode include: Sidney Crosby, Mark Stone, Adrian Kempe, Zack Kassian, Marc-Andre Fleury, Nazem Kadri, J.T. Compher, Nathan MacKinnon, Jordan Kyrou, Mikael Granlund, Brady Tkachuk, Brendan Lemieux, Drew Doughty, Matthew Tkachuk, Andrei Vasilevskiy, Leon Draisaitl, Connor McDavid, Alex Ovechkin, Evgeny Kuznetsov, Tom Wilson, Mikko Rantanen, Troy Terry, Rickard Rakell, Elias Pettersson, Nick Suzuki, Cole Caufield, Mark Scheifele, Blake Wheeler, Jeff Petry, Aaron Ekblad, Gabriel Landeskog, Jake Guentzel, Alex DeBrincat, Kirill Kaprizov, Nikolaj Ehlers, Ryan-Nugent Hopkins, Matt Murray, Lucas Raymond, Alexis Lafreniere, Tim Stuetzle, Reilly Smith, Evgeni Dadanov, Max Domi, Alexander Barabanov, Phil Kessel, Jonathan Dahlen, and more!Follow us!Instagram @FantasyHockeyBrosTwitter @FntsyHockeyBrosFacebook @FantasyHockeyBrosSubscribe to our YouTube channelSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=5XV5DRQDVUGCJ)
Drancer and Farhan with a post game edition of the VANcast, discuss the Canucks uninspiring, brutal defensive effort in a 4-1 loss to the Penguins in Pittsburgh. The guys discuss the answers that Travis Green, Bo Horvat and J.T. Miller gave, to the tough questions asked by the media post game. Farhan and Thomas address the trade rumours swirling around J.T. Miller and Brock Boeser, they dissect the play of Elias Pettersson who had the worst game of his season, and when the Aquilinii ownership group will make a decision on the future of General Manager Jim Benning and head coach Travis Green in Vancouver. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Farhan and Drancer kick off the episode with a discussion about the last two games vs the Jets and Blackhawks, and the positives that can be taken away from both. Then, they dig into the Minnesota Wild reportedly being interested in J.T. Miller. What could it mean? Also, what change in the organization would be the most effective, are Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes still untouchable, the return of the Botchford Project, and much more. It's the best deal of the year, and only lasts through midnight, 11/29, get a subscription to The Athletic for $1/month at theathletic.com/vancast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Everyone is still employed and looking for someone else to blame within the Vancouver Canucks. Geeta, Arash and Ryan hop on Zoom this week to discuss another ho hum apathetic week of Canucks action. Whether it was a dull 1-0 loss to Chicago or the Canucks fans' attempt at being heard during home games, nothing seems to be progressing to what needs to happen. Ryan opens up his "Schaapy Ending" segment looking back to the bold pre-season predictions for the Vancouver Canucks and how they were more reliant on the Pacific Divison teams being abysmal than the Canucks being successful. They also spend five minutes on the Detroit Red Wings, discuss the Elias Pettersson paparazzi and answer some great listener questions. Support the show on Patreon! Pledge a coupla bucks ($5+) for access to our bonus content: video podcasts, the new 'The Tofino RAGs Geetaway Bonus Episode! and our weekly '5 Minutes For Paying'. On this week's segment: Geeta admits she is envious of Canucks Conversation's new podcast sponsor so the gang tries to figure out which local company is up for the task! Visit www.patreon.com/pucksonnet Follow us on Spotify Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram Sign up for our email newsletter
Farhan and Drancer return with a new VANcast, fresh off Jim Benning meeting the media with the Canucks in the midst of a five game losing streak. The guys dissect the answers the GM gave on some tough questions from the assembled media, including if Benning feels responsible for the teams plight, if eight years has been enough for him and his management team to build a winner, why ownership isn't made available to face the tough questions from the media, and if coach Travis Green's job could be in jeopardy. The guys also discuss if the struggling younger players, led by Elias Pettersson, need a new voice in the room, or if Green can get them out of their funk? Plus the latest on the Canucks horrendous penalty kill, Travis Hamonic's vaccination status, and the Canucks next game, Friday vs Winnipeg. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Pete and Rob are joined by guest Nick Alberga (@thegoldenmuzzy) from Sportsnet to answer fantasy mailbag questions and recap the rankings for Week 6 on NHL.com/Fantasy. The guys discuss the injury to Aleksander Barkov (week to week) and Panthers players who can gain value, including Sam Reinhart and rookie Anton Lundell. Other topics covered include the Ducks' stellar fantasy depth early on, Trevor Zegras rejoining the Calder Trophy discussion, upside of Stars forward Roope Hintz and goalie Jake Oettinger, slow start for Elias Pettersson, Brock Boeser and Oliver Ekman-Larsson of the Canucks, buy-low futures appeal of the Islanders ahead of their first-ever game at UBS Arena and more.
Following another disappointing loss by the Vancouver Canucks, Mike and Jason dive in on the team's biggest issues including but not exclusive to the disappearance of Elias Pettersson's game.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Elliotte joins Jeff to weigh in on the situation in Vancouver, the team's homestand, and Elias Pettersson's struggles (0:30). Next, they chat about the news that the Penguins are in advanced talks to sell the team to Fenway Sports Group, and what a new ownership group could mean for Evgeni Malkin who's in the final year of his contract (9:30). To wrap, they take a look at the surprising Anaheim Ducks, Kyle Clifford rejoining the Leafs, how Scott Perunovich fits on St. Louis' blueline, and where the Blues are at (15:22). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Mike and Jason talk to Greg Wyshynski about the reported meeting between Francesco Aquilini and Jim Benning. Mike and Jason also dive in on Elias Pettersson's rough start to the season.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Justin Cuthbert and Julian McKenzie tackle Sunday headlines, including John Tortorella's criticism of Connor McDavid and Elias Pettersson's struggles in Vancouver. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Arguably one of the most sucessful player agents in NHL history, Pat Brisson, joins the podcast to discuss one of his newest clients in Jack Eichel, his upcoming surgery and the idea of representing his son Brendan. The three spend most of the podcast getting into the details of his client, Jack Eichel's, deal from Buffalo to Vegas, his surgery and some behind the scenes insight on how the whole Eichel vs. Buffalo saga unfolded. Pat gives us information on Jack's relationship with the Sabres, how he was able to get the trade negotiations moving in the right direction and why the surgery Jack and his camp have been pushing for was so important to him.
Canucks wrap up a seven game homestand falling to the Ducks 3-2 in overtime. Post game audio JT Miller, Elias Pettersson, and Travis Green. Final Score (OT): Ducks: 3 (Shots 30) Canucks: 2 (Shots 43) Big thanks to our title sponsor Able Auctions See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Drancer and Farhan are back following a 6-3 Canucks win against the Stars on Sunday night. They hit on the power play getting to work with 3 power play goals, the penalty kill still has much to be desired, Elias Pettersson getting outmuscled, Vasily Podkolzin showing promise early on in the season, and much more. Save on an annual subscription to The Athletic: theathletic.com/vancast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Canucks double up the Stars 6-3, scoring three times on the power play. Post game audio from JT Miller, Elias Pettersson, and Travis Green Final Score: Stars: 3 (Shots 28) Canucks: 6 (Shots 36) Big thanks to our title sponsor Able Auctions See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On the latest VANcast, Farhan and Drancer look back on the Canucks huge 3-2 overtime win over the Rangers on Tuesday night, including an insane end to the 3rd period. The guys analyze the struggles of Brock Boeser, Elias Pettersson and Tanner Pearson, as the Canucks continue to search for consistent offence and Drancer and Farhan review Drancer's Canucks report card, including an early win for Jim Benning on the trade with the Coyotes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jeff chats with John Garrett about the Canucks early scoring woes and a glimpse into why Elias Pettersson might be struggling out of the gate (0:40). NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman speaks to the media about the punishments handed down and more (19:27). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & […]
On this edition of the VANcast, Drancer and Farhan look back on the Canucks home opening 3-2 loss to Minnesota. The guys discuss the offensive struggles of the team led by Elias Pettersson's slow start. J.T. Miller's lack of engagement right now, and the Canucks failure to generate any kind of offence on 5 on 5 play. The guys analyze the play of Vasily Podkolzin, Josh Bailey, Jack Rathbone and Conor Garland, they provide injury updates on Tyler Motte and Jason Dickinson and project when defender Travis Hamonic might find himself back in the NHL as well. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mike and Jason are joined by Canucks star centre Elias Pettersson. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
On this episode of The Steve Dangle Podcast, Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes sign their deals and Steve gets donuts (00:00), the first three names on Team Canada have been released (06:30), Robin Lehner speaks out about medical malpractice in the NHL (22:00), the Jack Eichel situation is unreasonable and unfair (31:30), will Pierre Engvall and Nikita Gusev be a Toronto Maple Leafs for much longer? (57:00), Josh Archibald out indefinitely after being diagnosed with myocarditis (1:10:00), playing adult hockey (1:19:00), and trying to make the Leafs opening night lines (1:22:00). Originally aired: October 5, 2021 Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/_hzUKZgfCRE Visit https://sdpn.ca for merch and more. We've joined The Athletic and you can too! Hit the link to subscribe: https://theathletic.com/sdp Visit this episode's sponsors: https://betterhelp.com/SDP https://betmgm.com/ http://officepools.com/ Follow us on Twitter:@Steve_Dangle, @AdamWylde, & @JesseBlake Follow us on Instagram:@SteveDangle, @AdamWylde, & @Jesse.Blake Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices