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It’s the final day of the Canucks season, the PGA Championship starts tomorrow, and it’s another night full of NHL playoff hockey, so there is no shortage of storylines to get too. 

The Welcome Matt takes a shot across the bow at Canucks chairman Francesco Aquilini and the way he’s mishandled running the organization since the Aquilini Family purchased the team. 

Mark Zecchino from Golf Talk Canada joins next to tee up the PGA Championship from Kiawah Island, South Carolina. Mark explains that despite the length of the course, it doesn’t mean that the big hitters will fare well this weekend.

Craig Button follows Hashtags (the best and worst of Twitter) and goes to bat for Jim Benning, stating that the Canucks general manager has done more than people want to give credit for. Button explains that Canucks ownership was not in a position to spend this season, and essentially punted on the season.

The Price is Right looks at Alex Edler’s time with the Canucks and suggests that this isn’t the end for one of the franchises all-time best defenceman.

Jeff Paterson joins for his daily hit and reflects on another dismal season for the Canucks. J Pat waxes on about the lack of energy from the players fighting for contracts during today’s final game, gives his thoughts on whether or not Edler will be back next season, and if he thinks the Sedin’s will be a part of the end of year presser with the clubs management. 

We wrap up the show with another edition of Hot Take Wednesday and point out all the Errors and Omissions. 



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