We’re back from a fun weekend of golf courtesy of our friends at the Whistler Golf Club with so much to unpack!
The Pat Down focuses on Elias Pettersson contract extension, how the Canucks would be best served to get the deal done before an offer sheet could be offered by another team.
Montreal native and TSN/Sports Illustrated contributor Michael Farber follows and tells us how the Canadiens have been able to prove all the doubters wrong and why the Canada Stanley Cup drought is extremely overblown.
John Shannon follows Hashtags - the best and worst of Twitter, and says that he feels that NHL players have a 50 percent chance of going to the Olympics next year in Beijing, gives his opinion on what’s next for the Chicago Blackhawks and the investigation of sexual harassment from a former coach within the organization, why he’s picking Carey Price over Andre Vasilevskiy in the Stanley Cup final, why NBC ended up moving on from the NHL, and why he thinks that there should be no asterisk attached to the cup winner this year.
The Price is Right questions the theory that fans across Canada should get behind the last standing Canadian team in the NHL playoffs.
Basketball Canada President & CEO Glen Grunwald joins next and gives some insight to what the Canadian roster will look like at the Olympic qualifying tournament, and tells us how the floor being used at the tournament is the same floor that was used at the Oracle Arena in Oakland the year the Raptors won an NBA title on.
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