Last show before the long weekend hits with Jeff Paterson subbing for a vacationing Sekeres.
The Pat Down focuses on the Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes contract extensions that two days away from August still haven’t been signed.
Vancouver Whitecaps FC television colour analyst Paul Dolan follows and breaks down what went wrong for Canada’s men’s national team versus Mexico in the Gold Cup semis, why the Mexican supporters need to be disciplined, and tells us that the Ryan Gauld transaction by the Whitecaps is a done deal.
Rick Dhaliwal follows Hashtags - the best and worst of Twitter, and tells us that time is ticking on getting the Pettersson and Hughes deals done, what the Canucks are planning for prospect Danila Klimovich, why he feels that Abbotsford will be a competitive next year, where he sees Mikey DiPietro playing the bulk of his games this season, and tells us why Alex Edler chose Los Angeles over returning to Vancouver.
The Price is Right looks at a players contract equalling their production in price and term.
Ian Furness from KJR Sports Talk radio in Seattle joins next and tells us the latest plans for the Kraken, why he thinks that the Kraken will be offensively challenged, explains how refreshing it is to hear from knowledgable hockey fans in Seattle, tells us what’s happening with Jamal Adams and the Seahawks, and why the Mariners failed at the trade deadline.
It’s Wadden’s turn to try to sizzle on Hot Take.
The show wraps up with all the Errors & Omissions.
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