The gang is mostly here to talk #TFClive vs Whitecaps, look ahead to Inter Messi (Wednesday) and NYCFC (Saturday), talk some #CanWNT news involving the Pan-Ams, looking ahead to Olympic qualifiers vs Jamaica twice, and other malarkey. In this episode Kristin thinks it'll be a trivia question, Duncan makes a bold prediction for Michael Bradley (then pivoted to Rosted) and Mark gushes about Hamilton's own.
On this hour of Soccer Matters, Glenn Davis is joined by two interviews: Ex Canadian kepper and Apple TV personality Paul Dolan joins Soccer Matters ahead of the Whitecaps game against Houston tomorrow. Eric Goodman from Austin Chronical joins Soccer Matters to talk all things Austin FC, & more.
Minnesota Wild training camp opens up on Thursday and our favorite sport finally returns as Wild play-by-play voice Joe O'Donnell gives us a peek into what we can expect from the State of Hockey squad this season. Also, can we be done recycling the same old coaches yet? Kirsten Krull and Jessi Pierce give their thoughts on the Mike Babcock situation. As always, we're created by new voice studios brought to you by Talk North, SotaStick, Grain Belt, Jim Beam, Livea, and Royal Credit Union. This is Season 5, episode 194.
It was a clean sweep weekend for the BC sports teams, so no shortage of things to talk about on Monday's show. Matt and Blake look back on a nice performance by the Canucks at the Young Stars Showcase in Penticton, plus, the C's win the Northwest League title, the Lions win a comeback for the ages at BC Place, and the Whitecaps remain road warriors with a win in Toronto. Jeff Paterson from the Rink Wide: Vancouver podcast joins in to give his report card from the weekend games in Penticton, and picks a couple of players with a chance to make some NHL noise this season. JPat looks ahead to Canucks training camp starting later this week and discusses some of the top storylines to follow. Presented by Applewood Auto Group.Follow us on social (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok & YouTube). Powered by Go Goat SportsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Live from Young Starts at Neighbourhood Brewing in Penticton, Matt and Blake discuss the Canucks prospect tournament and what to expect. The guys discuss Elias Pettersson's projected contract number, the B.C. Lions game on Saturday vs. Ottawa, the Blue Jays continued struggles down the stretch and a spicy quote from Whitecaps coach Vanni Sartini. Chris Faber from Canucks Conversation and Canucks Army previews Young Stars and highlights some of the top prospects in the organization. John Shannon gives us the lowdown on the Mike Babcock situation, the latest on the Canucks colour commentator gig on television and how the Canucks stack up in the West against the Calgary Flames. We also welcome Mike Coghill, the founder of Yellow Dog Brewing and Neighbourhood Brewing, our partners, to talk about the impact Young Stars has on the community of Penticton and the local breweries. We wrap up the show with an SvP debate on if Elias Pettersson will want to leave the Canucks if they fail to make the playoffs yet again. Presented by Applewood Auto Group.Follow us on social (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok & YouTube). Powered by Go Goat SportsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Matt and Blake discuss the comments of Elias Pettersson's agent saying they're going to wait until the end of the year before considering an extension, as well as the possibility of a Tyler Myers trade tomorrow after his bonus is paid out. The guys discuss Bob McKenzie's draft list with another Vancouver prospect ranked #1; Olli Juolevi on a PTO in Arizona, and the NHLPA looking into the cellphone matter with Mike Babcock and Columbus Blue Jackets players. Other topics include the Lions game Saturday and the stakes in the CFL West over the final third of the season; the Whitecaps signing another Canadian international; and the Vancouver Canadians splitting in Everett and coming home to hopefully win another Northwest League pennant. Rob Williams stops by to discuss Pettersson's future, Quinn Hughes' captaincy (and Glory Juice recipe), his pick to shine at this weekend's Young Stars tournament, and digital ads on rinkboards, which the NHL is defending in the most NHL way ever. Rick Campbell tells us how the Lions spent their bye week, what his self-scout turned up in terms of improvement for the final 6 games, the improving health of Bo Lokombo and his BC running mate Ben Hladik, and the eye he is keeping on Nathan Rourke down south with the NFL's Jaguars. Presented by Applewood Auto Group.Follow us on social (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok & YouTube). Powered by Go Goat SportsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
There's a new GM in town and she's continuing to make moves for the women's game here in the State of Hockey. Natalie Darwitz joins to talk about her new role with the latest professional team in Minnesota. Plus, NAHL showcase, Tom Kurvers Prospects Tourney and captains practices – it's officially hockey season baby. As always, we're created by new voice studios brought to you by Talk North, Grain Belt, Jim Beam, Livea, and Royal Credit Union, this is Season 5, episode 193.
Matt and Blake discuss the coronation of Quinn Hughes as Canucks captain. Will Bettman ever present him the Cup? What kind of leader will he be? His ascension to this point. His leadership style. The captains he is following. And the timing of this announcement before training camp and not letting it fester til a ceremony at the home opener. Other topics include: Canada winning bronze at the FIBA World Cup, opening weekend of the NFL season and a devastating loss for the Seahawks, the BC Lions getting a bye week at the right time in advance of the game versus Ottawa; and things breaking right in the MLS for the Whitecaps. Rink Wide: Vancouver host Jeff Paterson joins with his thoughts on the new appointment. Why it wasn't Elias Pettersson. What this means (if anything) for J.T. Miller? As well as his discussions with Dakota Joshua and Anthony Beauvillier on how things will shake out at winger. Presented by Applewood Auto Group.Follow us on social (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok & YouTube). Powered by Go Goat SportsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We're back with another AFTN Soccer Show packed full of Vancouver Whitecaps, MLS, Canadian national team, and Canadian Premier League chat. The Whitecaps have a bye week for some much needed rest in the middle of their grueling seven-game road spell. They head into it after being crowned Cascadian Cup champions and bolstering their playoff push with a good road point at NYCFC. We delve into that match, the inadequacy of Yankee Stadium for soccer, and look at the lie of the land for the 'Caps in their battle for a postseason place. We also chat about the initial impact Messi has had on the league both on the pitch and media landscape off it, and ponder whether the growing Saudi league will impact MLS and whether South American teams are wanting a piece of the North American pie. Our feature interview this episode is with returning Whitecaps star Sam Adekugbe. We chat with some about his return to Vancouver, his hopes for the team, his club career in-between the 'Caps, and some Canadian national team highs, from his jump into a snowbank to his first goal for his country and, of course, playing in his first World Cup. We also chat about the departure of John Herdman, what's next for Canada, and the off-field battles with Canada Soccer. Plus we chat about the week in the Canadian Premier League, as Vancouver FC lose again, the battle for the five playoff places heats up, and the plan to bring the CPL to Saskatchewan falters, for now. All of this plus Fontaines D.C. begin their residency as our Artists of the Month. Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode: 01.29: Intro 10.00: The Whitecaps are Kings of Cascadia once again 19.34: Whitecaps playoff push continues after another good road point 48.48: Messi, Miami, MLS, and Media 59.15: Will the Saudi league and South American clubs impact MLS? 80.37: Sam Adekugbe interview 116.57: The Week in the CPL and Vancouver FC chat 138.49: Saskatchewan CPL plans "adjourned" 152.50: Wavelength - Le Man Avec Les Lunettes - Don't Get Fooled By the Football Players Summery Outfit
Let's head back to school and figure out just which cliques Minnesota Wild players belong in. Plus, we check in with the Minnesota Warriors and make a pretty big on-ice commitment. As always, we're created by new voice studios brought to you by Talk North, Grain Belt, Jim Beam, Livea, and Royal Credit Union this is Season 4, episode 192.
On this week's episode of the Hot Cast, recorded just after Wednesday's final; whistle, Ruben is... upset at the approach the coaching staff Fire took in last week's losses in LA and Vancouver, but especally against the Whitecaps. He reads the riot act to the coaching staff while RJ does his best to calm him down while also acknowledging what a poor display the Fire put on. Things get lighter in the second half of the show. They talk about all the clubs around the Fire also slipping up and preview Saturday's winnable game against DC United in DC. All of that and more on this week's Hot Cast. You can support the podcast via Patreon over at patreon.com/TheLantern
This week on Around the Rink Allie Morse & Dan Rice are joined by Allie's former Whitecaps teammate Allie Thunstrom. The two Allie's shared a mic as our co hosts found out how Thunstrom sees the current landscape in women's hockey and her memories from the PHF, what it was like playing for Boston against Minnesota this past season, and they shared some Lake Placid stories too before answering questions from our listeners.
We're back with another AFTN Soccer Show packed full of Vancouver Whitecaps, MLS, Canadian national team, and Canadian Premier League chat. The Whitecaps mammoth seven-game road spell is well underway now with two games down and five to go until they see BC Place again. They kicked things off with a hard fought 3-2 Cascadian derby victory in Portland at the weekend, making things much harder than they should have done in the end. That was followed up by 1-0 win in Chicago, and all of a sudden the 'Caps are challenging at the top of the table. We look back at the main talking points coming out of both matches and the road ahead. It's been an eventful couple of days in Canadian soccer, with national team head coach John Herdman leaving his post to take up the reigns in Toronto. We look at the move to TFC and what it might mean for both Herdman and the future of the national team. Plus we chat Canadian Premier League, that is tight as tight can be going down the stretch, Zach shares his experiences at a LAFC match, and Mog ends his residency as our Artist of the Month. Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode: 01.30: Intro - 'Hollywood' Zach is back after watching LAFC 15.07: Whitecaps kick off mammoth road spell with two victories 46.28: John Herdman departs Canadian national team for Toronto FC 82.55: The worldwide search for the next CanMNT boss 98.00: Canadian Premier League chat 115.30: Wavelength - The Holy Roman Army - Royston Flies Into The Heart of Darkness
This Minnesota Wild offseason has been…well, boring. So, Kirsten Krull and Jessi Pierce are spicing things up with sports rival relationships, and T-Swift eras. As always, we're created by new voice studios brought to you by Talk North, Grain Belt, Jim Beam, Livea, and Royal Credit Union this is Season 4, episode 191.
In this DU Podcast episode, we delve into the remarkable journey of Zack Shannon, a former collegiate and professional baseball player. Discover how resilience, determination, and adaptability can not only overcome the challenges life throws at us but also inspire others along the way. Shannon's story is a testament to the power of embracing change and seizing new opportunities.www.ducks.org/DUPodcast
Matt and Blake talk about Elias Pettersson's future with the Canucks and how this year needs to be the year they make the playoffs. No, really. Serious this time. One last dance with Petey if the team falls short. Other topics include ex-Canucks signing PTOs with Edmonton, the Canucks chairman celebrating a star-studded birthday, the Lions baffling loss to Hamilton, the Whitecaps' sensational win at Portland, and CPKC Women's Open at Shaughnessy. Former Canadian national team player and head coach Jay Triano joins the show to talk about the team's terrific opening weekend at the FIBA World Cup in Indonesia. Canada wins its first two games by 30 and 50 points, respectively, and looks like it has finally arrived to the challenge the USA. Jay takes us through the personnel, the head coach (whom he serves with in Sacramento with the Kings), the tournament to come and what it means to builders like him to see the program making so much progress, the sport getting more attention from coast to coast.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We're back with another AFTN Soccer Show packed full of Vancouver Whitecaps, Canadian Premier League, and women's World Cup chat and interviews. And back from down under to chat about it all with us is Harjeet Johal. Har chats about her time at the World Cup in Australia, her thoughts on the tournament, the final, the fans, and the growth of the women's game in the four years since France 2019. Plus we look ahead to Canada's crunch Olympic qualifying playoff with Jamaica next month and the latest in the seemingly never-ending back and forth between the national team players and Canada Soccer. Turning our attention to the club game, we catch up with new Vancouver FC signing, former TSS Rovers standout Ivan Mejia about his journey from Columbia to the pros, and we chat Whitecaps after their disappointing weekend loss to San Jose ahead of a grueling seven game road stretch. All of this plus Mog continues his residency as our Artist of the Month and we have a song about Scottish female footballing legend Rose Reilly from Lynnie Carson in this episode's Wavelength. Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode: 01.19: Intro - guess who's back from down under?! 08.15: Spain triumph in best Women's World Cup so far 19.35: Wavelength - Lynnie Carson - She Rose 27.35: Canada and women's soccer post World Cup 47.25: Ivan Mejia interview (and CPL round-up) 73.58: Whitecaps lose to San Jose ahead of grueling road spell
Kirsten Krull knows Yung Gravy, and Jessi Pierce happen to have the smartest kid alive. All this plus burning Minnesota Wild and NHL questions – and oh so much more. As always, we're created by new voice studios brought to you by Talk North, Grain Belt, Jim Beam, Livea, and Royal Credit Union this is Season 4, episode 190.
Matt and Blake discuss the Canucks defence, specifically the candidate vying to play right-side on the third pair. Tyler Myers, Noah Juulsen, Cole McWard, even Jett Woo feature in what should be a decent camp battle. They also reminisce about three years ago today, and the Canucks beating the defending Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues in the bubble playoffs; fun facts about Pius Suter and trivia about how many Swiss nationals have played for the Canucks. Other topics include: losses by the Lions and Whitecaps over the weekend; the PGA Tour playoffs featuring two Canadians and a near miss by Surrey's Adam Svensson; and a British Columbian winning gold at the World Athletics Championships. Ex-NHLer Jay Pandolfo stops by to talk about coaching the Boston University program that will feature two Canucks draft picks and Macklin Celebrini, the presumptive first pick in next year's NHL draft. Pandolfo gives us scouting reports on Tom Willander and Aiden Celebrini, talks about the year ahead for Macklin, and even has some fun with former BU great Dave Tomlinson, a longtime friend of S&P. Presented by Applewood Auto Group.Follow us on social (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok & YouTube). Powered by Go Goat SportsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cubs win! Cubs Win! Matt Shaw first round pick continues to stays hot with two run double in the third inning. Christian Franklin homers in the 9th that would be a super key insurance run as South Bend Cubs beat West Michigan 6 to 5!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In hour three, Jason Brough & guest host Jamie Dodd chat with Whitecaps wingback Richie Laryea, plus the boys tell us what they learned. This podcast is produced by Andy Cole and Greg Balloch.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.
It's beginning to feel a lot like hockey season out there…As the offseason winds down, Jessi Pierce and Kirsten Krull answer your fun questions while speculating about what's to come ahead of NHL preseason. Plus, how many Minnesota lakes can Minnesota Wild alternate captain Marcus Foligno name? We find out and see how is summer in Sudbury is going. As always, we're created by new voice studios brought to you by Talk North, Grain Belt, Jim Beam, Livea, and Royal Credit Union this is Season 4, episode 189.
We're back with another AFTN Soccer Show packed full of Vancouver Whitecaps, Leagues Cup, Canadian Premier League, and women's World Cup chat and interviews. The Whitecaps have had some much needed time off ahead of a tough MLS season run-in coming up. It's also given them the chance to fully integrate new signings Sam Adekugbe and Richie Laryea into the team. We hear from both of them as they arrive in Vancouver and look at the excitement that Axel Schuster is building with this current 'Caps squad. Our feature interview this episode is with Whitecaps goalkeeper Isaac Boehmer as we chat about his four years with the first team, his growth and development, the back-up battle he has right now with Thomas Hasal, and more. Plus we talk Leagues Cup drama, Vancouver FC and the CPL, Halifax Wanderers expansion into League1, a Faroes football fairytale, and another very eventful week at the women's World Cup. And there's still time to bring you some great music too, as Glasgow rapper Mog continues his residency as our Artist of the Month and Juice Menace features in this week's Wavelength. Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode: 01.05: Intro - a Faroes footballing fairytale and a Greek tragedy 13.05: Laryea and Adekugbe introduced and raring to go 37.00: Isaac Boehmer interview and Whitecaps goalkeeper discussion 49.10: Leagues Cup serves up drama galore 61.04: Women's World Cup the gift that keeps giving 74.34: Wavelength - Juice Menace - For Her 85.15: Vancouver FC and CPL round-up 95.45: HFX Wanderers put teams into League1 Atlantic 102.12: Zach delighted by Kane heading to Bayern!
Matt and Blake discuss the signing of centre Pius (pronounced P-yoos) Suter by the Canucks Friday. Lots to like about this player, at this price point. The guys also discuss the Lions' dominating victory over Calgary Saturday, and the four Canadians -- including 3 B.C. boys -- who advanced to the second stop on the PGA Tour playoff calendar. Other topics include the return of the Whitecaps to B.C. Place, the Mariners and Jays on a collision course for the final AL wild card, the astonishing achievements of the Vancouver Canadians, and Vancouver resident Stephen Ames tearing it up on the Champions Tour. Hockey Hall of Fame writer Kevin Allen stops by from his office in Detroit to evaluate the Suter signing, tell us about the player he knows, and speak to Filip Hronek and how he'll work in Vancouver. Canadian international and new Whitecap Sam Adekugbe joins us to talk about his football journey since leaving Vancouver, coming back home to the Whitecaps, and his viral-sensation mother cheering him on from back home in Calgary. Presented by Applewood Auto Group.Follow us on social (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok & YouTube). Powered by Go Goat SportsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
So far we have heard from both beauties, Jessi and Kirsten, and their favorite moments from Season 4 of Bardown Beauties, next up? Me, Producer Fred From getting sweaty with Sammy Walker, trolling Kirsten with some Minnesota chants, to Ryan Carter coaching girls hockey. As always, we're created by new voice studios brought to you by Talk North, Grain Belt, Jim Beam, Livea, and Royal Credit Union this is Season 4, episode 188.
We're back with another AFTN Soccer Show packed full of Vancouver Whitecaps, MLS, Leagues Cup, League1 BC, and women's World Cup chat and interviews. It's been a week to remember in Whitecapsland with two momentous new signings, one re-signing, two championships lifted, and another barnstorming encounter with a Mexican giant. In fact, we'd have called this episode that if we hadn't already done one titled that way back in number 202! The 'Caps bowed out of the Leagues Cup with a penalty shootout loss to Tigres. We look back at the talking points coming out of that match and hear from Vanni Sartini about how much he's loved the competition and how he'd improve it next year. The Whitecaps certainly showed they can compete with the best and with two big new additions to the squad this week, that competitiveness is only going to get better. We delve into the signings of Canadian internationals Richie Laryea and Sam Adekugbe and chat with both Vanni and Sporting Director Axel Schuster about the additions, how they came about, and what it means for the team. Aside from the new additions, the 'Caps also locked up one of their defensive stalwarts, Serbian centre-back Ranko Veselinovic, to a new multi-year deal. Our feature interview this episode is with Ranko as we chat about his new deal, his growth as a player since coming to the 'Caps, and life in Vancouver. The 'Caps rounded off a good week by winning both the men's and women's League1 BC championships, we look back at both matches, hear from head coaches Katie Collar and Rich Fagan and chat with the only man to become a two-time L1BC winner, Nik White. All of this and there's still time to talk about Vancouver FC and the CPL, a very eventful week at the women's World Cup, and bring you some great music too, as Glasgow rapper Mog takes up residency as our Artist of the Month. Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode: 01.05: Intro - Vancouver FC need Michael! 13.05: Katie Collar interview and L1BC women's championship 23.00: Rich Fagan interview and L1BC men's championship 28.50: Nik White interview 34.25: Axel and Vanni on the importance of L1BC 47.05: Whitecaps bow out of Leagues Cup to Tigres 83.13: MLS Cup betting odds 91.00: Ranko Veselinovic interview and discussion 108.32: Laryea and Adekugbe are blue and white 124.35: Vanni on the new signings 130.04: Axel on the new signings 150.35: Shocks galore at women's World Cup 164.50: Wavelength - Stan Boardman - Stan's World Cup Song
James Sharman, Amy Walsh, Jimmy Brennan, Craig Forrest and Dan Wong, with our JC, discuss our own TonyBet deadpool, development and support for retirement and coaching, Whitecaps are moving, and a TonyBet parlay for the ages for the funding of Craig's casket. The Premier League has a new home in Canada this season: FuboTV. Don't miss a second of the action! Subscribe at: fubotv.com/footyprime Presenters: James Sharman, Amy Walsh, Jimmy Brennan, Craig Forrest and Dan Wong Later Hosen: Jeff Cole This podcast has content that may use words and share tales that offend, please feel free to use your best discretion. Parental discretion is advised.
Matt and Blake discuss if the Canucks can one day surpass Connor McDavid & Edmonton Oilers in the Stanley Cup Playoffs after it was announced that McDavid's agent would be joining the organization as the CEO of hockey operations. The guys analyze the Whitecaps acquiring Sam Adekugbe and Richie Laryea before welcoming Axel Schuster to the show to breakdown the additions and where the Caps are at ahead of their Leagues Cup match on Friday night. Rob Williams stops by and opines on whether the Canucks should re-sign Ethan Bear, the recent success of the B.C. Lions and Whitecaps, and how those two teams stack up against the Canucks. We hear from you, the listener in our weekly 'To The People We Go' segment where we go over the top comments, hot takes and 'Tell Me I'm Wrong' submissions on our social channels. Presented by Applewood Auto Group.Follow us on social (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok & YouTube). Powered by Go Goat SportsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In hour two guest hosts Jamie and Israel discuss the MLS transfer window moves with Whitecaps sporting director Axel Schuster, plus they are joined by the voice of the Vancouver Canadians Tyler Zickel. This Podcast is produced by Lina Setaghian and Greg Balloch 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
We're back with another packed AFTN Soccer Show. Once again there's something for everyone as we chat Vancouver Whitecaps, Leagues Cup, Major League Soccer, Vancouver FC, Canadian Premier League, League1 BC, and the big taking point of the week, Canada's exit at the women's World Cup. We kick things off by looking at the Whitecaps late, late show in LA as they score two goals late on to beat the Galaxy and advance to the knockout round of the Leagues Cup and the tournament so far, as a battle with Mexican giants Tigres awaits this Friday. We also look back at the good weekend for the Whitecaps two League1 BC teams, with both sides making it to next weekend's championship games, and chat with head coaches Katie Collar and Rich Fagan. Turning our attention to the international scene, Canada disappointingly crashed out of the women's World Cup at the group stage. Our woman on the ground Harjeet Johal joins us from down under to analyse the poor performance against Australia, the tournament as a whole, and ask what's next for this Canadian team as the rest of the world catches up quick. Plus we delve into the continued labour dispute between Canada's two senior national teams and Canada Soccer that isn't painting either side in a good light, and chat with former men's international Scott Arfield about his move to MLS and whether a return to the Canadian national team could be on the cards for him now that he's in North America. Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode: 01.28: Intro 03.50: Whitecaps advance in Leagues Cup 34.15: Harjeet Johal interview on women's World Cup so far 71.15: Canada exit World Cup at group stage 87.20: The continuing fight between the national teams and CSA 105.55: Scott Arfield comes to MLS - is a return to Canada on the cards? 120.33: Katie Collar interview and League1 BC women's division chat 126.50: Rich Fagan interview and League1 BC men's division chat 131.35: Vancouver FC and CPL discussion 143.20: Wavelength - BENEE feat Mallrat - Do It Again
Last week Jessi Pierce gave you her favorite moments from season four, and now it's Kirsten Krull's turn… From style rankings to some of Kirsten's most unhinged moments, here are a few of her favorites from this past year. As always, we're created by new voice studios brought to you by Talk North, Grain Belt, Jim Beam, Livea, and Royal Credit Union this is Season 4, episode 187.
Matt (hiccup) has some issues in the final segment of the show, but pushes on to handle an extensive Es & Os segment including a (burp) mishap from the previous day. The guys discuss the need for another major Canucks move to be a playoff club, as well as the Lions game in Winnipeg Thursday with Dane Evans back at QB, and the arrival of a Mexican giant, Club Tigres, to BC Place Friday for a Leagues Cup match against Whitecaps FC. Patrick Johnston stops by after going quiet for week on social media and getting admonished by Matt. He discusses the rise of the Lions and Whitecaps and the new expectations of Vancouver sports crowd (winning) heading into Canucks season. They also discuss the brilliant career of Christine Sinclair amidst a colossal failure by Canada at the World Cup. Vanni Sartini (Vancouver Whitecaps FC) tells us why Tigres is the best club in CONCACAF and how much he's looking forward to the test they'll bring to Vancouver, as well as updating his lineup for Friday and commenting on what the team needs to compete in MLS with the trade deadline and transfer window almost closed. Presented by Applewood Auto Group.Follow us on social (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok & YouTube). Powered by Go Goat SportsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Blake returns to talk shop with Matt on a terrific weekend for local spots. The Lions tie a CFL record for shutouts in a season with another blanking of the Elks & the Whitecaps come back from the death, at the death, to advance to the knockout stage at Leagues Cup. Other topics include the Canucks chasing milestones (and how team achievement needs to upend individual statistics) and Canada's awful performance at the FIFA World Cup. TSN's Farhan Lalji joins from Chicago to tell us why the Lions defence is so great and evaluates QB Dane Evans' performance off the bench in a win for the injured Vernon Adams Jr. Farhan also catches us up on Nathan Rourke's plight at Jaguars camp, as well as talk what the Canucks need to do this summer before training camp. Presented by Applewood Auto Group.Follow us on social (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok & YouTube). Powered by Go Goat SportsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
- I AM THE NOISE T-SHIRT: https://www.bonfire.com/i-am-the-noise/ - SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST: http://cornerofthegalaxy.com/subscribe/ - COG LA GALAXY DISCORD: https://discord.gg/drr9HFZY2P COG STUDIOS, Calif. -- The loss to Club Leon on Wednesday night means EVERYTHING is riding on Sunday's match against Vancouver. Will the Whitecaps get the better of the LA Galaxy again? On today's show, hosts Josh Guesman and Eric Vieria discuss the loss to Leon, the atmosphere, and why the Galaxy should have learned a lot against an excellent team. But what can Greg Vanney do to change their fortune on Sunday? And why did Novak Micovic impress in his Galaxy debut? Could that mean another start on Sunday? Could it mean a goalkeeper is on the chopping block? The guys will prepare you for Sunday's must-win matchup against the Whitecaps and tell you who the Galaxy are bringing in as soon as the transfer window closes on August 2. Why does he remind us of Martin Caceres? We've got a fun show on tap for you. Don't miss a minute!
Matt and Rink Wide: Vancouver co-host Jeff Paterson talk about Sebastian Aho's rich contract extension and how it relates to the Canucks getting Elias Pettersson extended. They discuss the high and low ends of what Pettersson could make on his new deal, and compare him to Aho and other players in the same contract vicinity. They also discuss the Montreal Canadiens as a potential trade partner for the Canucks given the former's surplus of centremen. Rick Celebrini, the director of Performance and Sports Medicine for the Golden State Warriors, stops by to tell us how much he misses Vancouver and the tabs he keeps on his former employers (Canucks, Whitecaps). Rick shares stories about working at Rogers Arena with his two oldest sons (Aiden and Macklin) in tow. He talks about Aiden's journey to being a Canucks draft pick and what lays ahead for Macklin, the presumptive first overall pick in the 2024 NHL draft. He also tells us about the Warriors culture, which includes NBA stars keeping tabs on his sons' hockey careers. We go "To The People" and hear from Sekeres and Price listeners and followers, while the Welcome Matt tackles improvement-from-within and bounce-back candidates as we continue our theme on what it will take for the Canucks to be Cup contenders. Presented by Applewood Auto Group.Follow us on social (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok & YouTube). Powered by Go Goat SportsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rink Wide: Vancouver co-host Jeff Paterson joins Matt in place of Blake and discuss how many pieces are lacking for the Canucks to call themselves Cup contenders. The guys also discuss the glut of defencemen in Carolina after the Tony DeAngelo signing and who might shake free; as well as the remaining free agents and if anybody could secure a multi-year deal. Other topics include: Patrice Bergeron's retirement, the B.C. Lions extraordinary defence, Canada's second match vs Ireland at the FIFA World Cup, and a break for the Whitecaps in Leagues Cup. Patrick Johnston guests and talks about the departure of Canucks AGM Derek Clancey, the trading out of so many draft picks this decade, and what it will take for the Canucks to contend. And Vancouver Canadians outfielder Garrett Spain tells us about his first love (hockey) growing up as a Nashville Jr Predator, and about his penchant for dramatic home runs in what's being called "The Summer of Spain" out at The Nat. Presented by Applewood Auto Group.Follow us on social (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok & YouTube). Powered by Go Goat SportsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's the best part of the offseason while each of us Beauts take a look back at the best of Season 4, starting with host Jessi Pierce. From Devan Dubnyk's empty arena memories to a Ryan Suter chirp video, here are a few of my favorite moments from this past year. As always, we're created by new voice studios brought to you by Talk North, Grain Belt, Jim Beam, Livea, and Royal Credit Union this is Season 4, episode 186.
Rink Wide: Vancouver podcast co-host Jeff Paterson sits in for a vacationing Blake Price and discusses the two-year anniversary of the Oliver Ekman-Larsson trade as well as Brock Boeser's chances at 30 goals and all the traded out draft picks since 2015. Had they kept them, would the Canucks be a Cup contender? B.C. Lions head coach Rick Campbell, fresh off a win on Saturday, stops by with good news on quarterback Vernon Adams' knee injury, as well as thoughts about his incredible defence and this weekend's upcoming game in Edmonton. The guys also discuss Brian Harman winning the Open Championship, an extraordinary Leagues Cup match for the Whitecaps on Friday, and the Jays-Mariners series which lived up to its billing. Presented by Applewood Auto Group.Follow us on social (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok & YouTube). Powered by Go Goat SportsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
17 runs were scored by both teams! Moises Ballesteros continues to be hot for South Bend Cubs getting on base 17 days in a row! Moises also went 3 for 4 today with 2 runs scored and run batted in. The big hit of the day game came from Ezequiel Pagan with a Grand Slam in the 2nd inning. Christian Franklin was amazing in field today, he had a web gem of a catch in the outfield in the top of the 5th, then in Bottom of the 6th inning Franklin hit a homer! South Bend Cubs won an exciting game 10 to 7 over The West Michigan Whitecaps!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Brandon Birdsell pitch six great innings! Moises Ballesteros hit a home run! The South Bend Cubs win big 7 to 1 over the West Michigan Whitecaps. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With Matt off, it's the return of the Price and Paterson show, featuring Rink Wide: Vancouver co-host, Jeff Paterson! Blake and Jeff tee up a big weekend of local sports, including the Jays vs. Mariners series, the Whitecaps and Lions games as well as recapping the Canadian Women's first match at the World Cup. The guys then touch on Brock Boeser and wonder if he'll ever become the 30 goal scorer like many thought he would one day. The pride of Oliver, B.C., John Shannon, stops by live from his hometown to chat about the B.C. Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2023. John then chimes in on why Derek Clancey may've left the Canucks for the Maple Leafs, the Erik Karlsson trade rumours and more. The show wraps up with a fresh edition of Sekeres vs. Price debating if the Canucks need to sign another goaltender or not. Presented by Applewood Auto Group.Follow us on social (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok & YouTube). Powered by Go Goat SportsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
One down, two to go and only so much money to do it with. Bill Guerin locks up restricted free agent Brandon Duhaime as Kirsten Krull and Jessi Pierce figure out how and when he will sign on Filip Gustavsson and Calen Addison. Plus, like championship trophies in Boston most years, it's tradition to check in with Charlie Coyle each summer as he begrudgingly looks back at last year and ahead to life as a girl dad. As always, we're created by new voice studios brought to you by Talk North, Grain Belt, Jim Beam, Livea, and Royal Credit Union this is Season 4, episode 185.
USMNT: we say goodbye and good riddance to the Gold Cup, give flowers to several players who boosted their stock in the tournament (and note several who did not) and assign BJ Callaghan a letter grade for his HC tenure WWI: what if, hypothetically, the USL voted to implement a three-tier system of promotion and relegation... what impact would that have on USL, MLS and soccer in the US? HEADLINES: Conmebol inviting Concacaf clubs into Copa Libertadores, Messi's messy unveiling and the lose-lose situation involving Benjamin Mendy ROUND THE WORLD: Women's World Cup preview + preliminary predictions STOPPAGE TIME: Ivan Toney's Best Bets and GOAWs ******* INTERVIEW [1:00:20]: Julian discusses the rollercoaster of being there for the birth of his second daughter then immediately leaving to join up with USMNT; his sense of Berhalter's "involvement" in the Gold Cup camp; who among the players emerged as the leaders of the group; chatter inside camp about the extreme toxicity that is pervasive throughout US soccer twitter and what Alex Zendejas was like behind the scenes; BJ Callaghan's farewell remarks to the team and whether Harry Kane is going to Bayern Munich
PODCAST: One Last Chance for Momentum. Six-Point Game is big for LA Galaxy. - I AM THE NOISE T-SHIRT: https://www.bonfire.com/i-am-the-noise/ - SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST: http://cornerofthegalaxy.com/subscribe/ - COG LA GALAXY DISCORD: https://discord.gg/drr9HFZY2P COG STUDIOS, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy will get one more chance before Major League Soccer pauses for the League's Cup to get a victory. And it's one of those fun "six-point games." Hosts Josh Guesman and Eric Vieira will update you on news and talk about new center-back Tony Alfaro. Plus, what did Vanney say about "growing pains" and transfer rumors? The guys will also get you ready for the game against the Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday night. The Whitecaps are a tricky team that scores a lot of goals at home. Can the Galaxy get another three points closer to the playoffs? We've got a great show, so let's get to it!