June 30, 2021

June 29 2021

Things are cooling down slightly around the city of Vancouver, but this show is still scorching hot! 

The Pat Down takes a glance at the new 8-year deal that Ryan Nugent-Hopkins signed with the Oilers, wondering if that deal will be a comparable for Bo Horvat’s next contract.

Soccer insider Kristian Jack follows and tells us that the Canadian Premier League will have fans in Winnipeg on opening week, gives his insight on the England win over Germany at Euro, why he believes that Denmark could be the Cinderella of the tournament, and why he thinks that Belgium has a better chance to win the tournament than Italy does. 

Harman Dayal joins after Hashtags - the best and worst of Twitter, and tells us why he feels that Horvat is a better player than Nugent-Hopkins, why the Canucks need to use Abbotsford as a stash spot for cheap players that could be inserted into the NHL lineup, why he thinks that Don Granato is going to continue to have a challenging time behind the Buffalo Sabres bench, how important it is to get Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes’ contracts done before free agency opens, and tells us that teams can’t be fooled into looking at the roster make up of the Canadiens or the Lightning when trying to put together a Stanley Cup contending roster. 

The Price is Right takes a look at coaching vacancies around the NHL, where a few months ago the landscape looked a lot different for those coaches who’re out of the job and looking to get back into the league. 

Hockey Night in Canada play-by-play announcer Chris Cuthbert follows Tell Me I’m Wrong and Ask J Pat, and tells us how excited he is to be calling his first Stanley Cup final, whether he thinks the Canadiens can skate with the Lightning, who he thinks are the frontrunners for the Conn Smythe trophy, and gives his thoughts on the new broadcast teams that have been trotted out by TBS and ESPN.

J Pat gets his shot to land a sizzler on Hot Take. The show wraps with all the Errors & Omissions. 


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