May 28, 2021

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Back for another show live from the blanket fort and there is lots on the docket to cover.

The Welcome Matt wonders how much consumer confidence the Canucks will have going into next season if they don’t make significant moves this offseason. 

AJ Mleczko from the NHL on NBC joins next and gives us the inside information on what’s happening with all the series down south in the Stanley Cup playoffs. 

Thomas Drance follows Hashtags - the best and worst of Twitter, and gives us the latest on what’s happening between the Sedin twins and the Canucks, where the team is at with an extension for goaltending coach Ian Clark and who the best buyout candidates for the Canucks this offseason.

The Price is Right takes a look at fans coming back to arenas and stadiums across the world and how as a society we need to ease our way into going to games, after some of the incidents that have happened with fans and players over the last few days. 

Jeff Paterson joins for his daily hit and speculates that the fans will likely come back to support the Canucks next season, but cautions that it could be short-lived, especially if the product on the ice isn’t very good. J Pat takes a look at how limited Jim Benning’s resources are going to be to improve the roster. 

It’s another edition of Take 5 on a Thursday where the boys debate if the Canucks should trade or keep its first round pick in the upcoming NHL Draft.

The show wraps as it always does with all the Errors & Omissions. 

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