July 30, 2021

July 29 2021 - Kevin Woodley (In-Goal Magazine), Thomas Drance (The Athletic), Jeff Paterson (Canucks Reporter)

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Big show lined up with so much happening in the NHL, NBA and MLB.

The Welcome Matt draws comparisons between the moves the Canucks have made this offseason to those that their division rivals to the North the Edmonton Oilers.

Kevin Woodley from In-Goal magazine joins next and gives his thoughts on the Canucks signing Jaroslav Halak, why he feels that next season is going to be more taxing on goaltenders, why he doesn’t think that Halak would be interested in being involved in a backup tandem with Mikey DiPietro, what held up any trade that involved Braden Holtby, and tells us why the Darcy Keumper acquisition by the Avs is risky business.

Thomas Drance follows Hashtags - the best and worst of Twitter, and explains why he feels that Conor Garland is an incredible pickup for the Canucks, why he didn’t like the price the Canucks paid for bottom-pairing defenceman Tucker Poolman, and why he thinks the Pacific division is up for grabs next season.

The Price is Right suggests that the Canucks have a real shot at having six 20-goal scorers on its newly revamped lineup this season. 

Jeff Paterson joins for his daily hit and tells us why Poolson needs to wear Loui Eriksson’s old number 21, why he thinks that Tyler Motte could be used up the lineup, and wonders what the future is for Olli Juolevi with the Canucks. 

The boys debate on Take 5 whether or not the Canucks will be a playoff team next year.

The show wraps with all the Errors & Omissions.


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