The Welcome Matt focuses on the 10-year anniversary of the World Trade Centre attack and how the sports world helped the people of New York with the healing process.
Seahawks insider Gregg Bell follows and tells us about where he was on September11th, 2001, tells us what the lineup will look like for both the ‘Hawks and the Colts on Sunday, and gives his playoff prediction for the ‘Hawks this season.
Canucks insider Rick Dhaliwal follows Hashtags - the best and worst of Twitter and tells us how much money has been put into the Abbotsford Canucks roster, who he thinks is a fair comparable for Elias Pettersson’s next contract, how Travis Green is feeling about not having his two star players signed, whether or not the Canucks are interested in UFA forward Tyler Ennis, and what trade rumours he’s hearing about heading into NHL training camps.
The Price is Right pays tribute to Leylah Annie Fernandez’s run at the US Open.
Jeff Paterson joins for his last hit of the week and begins by questioning the Flames signing of former Canucks defenceman Erik Gudbranson, tells us why he thinks that Tanner Pearson is better served playing on the Canucks third line, who he thinks will be the key to the Canucks penalty kill this season, and why Bo Horvat hasn’t been successful as a penalty killer.
Wadden tries to sizzle on Hot Take.
The show wraps with all the Errors & Omissions.
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