June 19, 2021

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Last show of the week and it is a jam packed episode.

The Welcome Matt takes a shot at the Milan Lucic troll video that was posted in front of Rogers Arena. Lucic crushing two beers while praising his ex-Boston Bruins teammates on the 10 year anniversary of winning the Stanley Cup in his hometown. 

LQBTQ+ advocate and former professional goaltender Brock McGillis joins next to talk about his experience being a gay man growing up playing junior and professional hockey. McGillis opens up about the struggles of being gay in the hockey world, and gives his thoughts on how the NHL has handled its gay rights messaging.

Our Friday insider Rick Dhaliwal follows Hashtags - the best and worst of Twitter, and gives his insight on whether or not the Canucks will want Travis Hamonic and Alex Edler back, what the status of prospects Jalen Chatfield, Jett Woo, Brogan Rafferty and Guillaume Brisebois, how he feels that Travis Green would like to have Brandon Sutter to come back, and if he thinks the Canucks would move the 9th overall pick. 

Whitecaps FC colour analyst Colin Miller joins after Tell Me I’m Wrong, and tells us how proud he is of his homeland Scotland drawing with the English today, why he thinks the English side are not as good as they’ve been built up to be, and how the Whitecaps line up versus Real Salt Lake. 

Jeff Paterson follows for his final hit of the week and talks about Aleksander Barkov winning his first Selke Trophy, why he thinks Elias Pettersson will one day be in the mix for a Selke, whether or not he thinks that Hamonic will be back with the Canucks next season, and gets an “ask J Pat” where the question centres around offer sheets in the NHL. 

Andrew tries to sizzle on Hot Take. The show wraps with all the Errors & Omissions.




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