Back from an extended long weekend and we’ve got so much to get to!
The Pat Down takes a look at the top candidates for the Conn Smythe trophy.
Whitecaps FC colour analyst Paul Dolan follows and tells us who he thinks will be in the Euro 2020 final, why the ‘Caps continue to find themselves under the gun late in matches, why he thinks the ‘Caps are close to breaking through, and gives his insight on Canada’s squad at the upcoming Gold Cup.
John Shannon follows Hashtags - the best and worst of Twitter, and tells us even with the series viewing numbers down why Hockey Night in Canada/Sportsnet still want the Stanley Cup final to continue to drag on, wonders if the Canadiens have hit a wall, and tells us why he feels that Andrei Vasilevskiy should be the Conn Smythe trophy winner.
The Price is Right wonders what the reasoning is behind Canada basketball continuing to falter on the international stage.
Canucks AHL team general manager Ryan Johnson follows Tell Me I’m Wrong and tells us that he too is in the cold when it comes to what the new team nickname will be, whether he sees himself working in an NHL front office down the road, why building a winning culture within the minor league organization is key, gives an update on what happened with Lukas Jasek, where he sees Mickey DiPietro’s career heading, and where he feels Loui Eriksson will end up this season.
We read memos on Memo To and then wrap up the show with all the Errors & Omissions.
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