Last show of the week and we got a doozy for you!
The Welcome Matt kicks things off taking a look at a brother act that could potentially be united by the Canucks. Perhaps they can land Quinn’s brother Luke with the ninth overall pick, but if not, maybe Elias Pettersson’s brother Emil would be a good fit for the organization, who is a UFA and played the last few seasons in Sweden.
Long time Winnipeg Jets broadcaster Brian Munz joins next and gives his thoughts on the Mark Scheifele suspension, the atmosphere in Winnipeg and who is expected to slot in for the Jets this evening.
Our Friday Canucks insider Rick Dhaliwal follows Hashtags - the best and worst of Twitter, and tells us what he’s hearing about Kirk Muller potentially joining the Canucks coaching staff, the latest on the Ian Clark negotiations, what UFA’s the team are thinking about keeping, what is holding up the Sedin’s joining the front office, who he thinks will be available at ninth overall and what the expansion draft could look like for the Canucks.
The Price is Right focuses in on the Canadian Men’s national soccer team, who have their best shot at qualifying for a World Cup in decades with this youth crop of stars that includes Alphonso Davies and Jonathan David.
Jeff Paterson follows Tell Me I’m Wrong for his final hit of the week and says that if the Canucks were able to draft Luke Hughes he hopes that its because they feel he’s the best fit, and not because he’s Quinn’s brother. J Pat expands on his thoughts on the Scheifele hit and the Jets forwards response to the hit today, stating that he’s not buying what Scheifele is selling.
We play Hot Take for the final time this week and then head into to the weekend with all the Errors & Omissions.
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