One last shout-out to the Hockey Gaud | The Qui...
It's now or never for #96.
A Game That Actually Mattered, the North Divisi...
The Canucks split the series against Montreal and it likely ended their playoff chances, but wasn't it nice to have a game that actually mattered Saturday? The Habs should be barred from playing 3 on 3 OT for the rest of the season, and maybe Holtby should have started Wednesday against the Sens. Plus, do the acquisitions of Jimmy Vesey and Travis Boyd mean the Canucks will be sellers?
The Final Countdown against Montreal, We Want T...
It's put up or shut up time against Montreal. Win both in regulation and you have a shot. Win just one or none, and meaningful games in March goes down the tubes. Why is Nils Hoglander not getting any OT time? What will Jimmy Vesey's role be with the Canucks? Plus we end the show with some Tanner Pearson talk, and why it was imperative in hindsight to be proactive.
DEMKO + F*ck The Internet w/ Trevor Beggs | Sip...
One love to beggsy!
It smells fake In Vancouver | Sippin' On A 40
Recorded on my phone
Demko Being a Demigod, Grinding Out Wins, And K...
The Vancouver Canucks have the best save percentage at five on five in the month of March, and that all has to do with Thatcher Demko. They're starting to grind out wins, but where was this a month ago? Tyler Motte is close to coming back, and we think he will be in the lineup in place of a certain veteran in short order. Arpan Parhar joins the show to talk about the Canucks recent success, Tyler Myers, Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes' next contract, and the seven-player model for building a contender. -- Follow @nickbondi and @powerofthetowel on Twitter, and subscribe to our YouTube channel for full length interviews: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9mHeDPhgxyAZIBn4iDIbfg
The Brooklyn Canucks | Sippin' On A 40
I had to do what I had to do
Thank God the Sens Are Coming up and An Inconve...
1-1 against the Habs this week, and that will not gain you ground in the North Division. Tyler Toffoli didn't embarrass us this time, which was nice. Goalie guru Ian Clark may be gone, and an inconvenient truth that underpins a lot of these decisions. We end the show with why you actually need to have a lot of faith in Jim Benning if you want the Canucks to trade pieces like Nate Schmidt and Tyler Motte.
BE SAFE BRITISH COLUMBIA | SIPPIN' ON A 40
Remember that anything is possible. Especially in this province.
Vincent Trocheck is Tyler Toffoli | The Quickie
This epi looks at surprising point leaders on NHL squads.
They Finally Made a Comeback, A Vintage 2020 Ca...
The Vancouver Canucks achieved their first true moral victory Saturday night — they came back and won a game after giving up the first goal, and they did it in a style that reminded us of last year's team. Elias Pettersson's absence is perhaps creating a bit of Ewing Theory with the team, and we discuss how the Canucks need to run the table (but what else is new). Dan Riccio of Sportsnet 650 joins the show to talk about the series against the Leafs, Thatcher Demko's future with this team, midseason Canucks awards, and much more. -- Follow @nickbondi and @powerofthetowel on Twitter, and make sure to rate and review the Nucks Misconduct network if you enjoyed what you listened to.
@kylebhawan is still a loser w/ Bondi and Beggs...
And it is what it is
Jim Benning Putting His Foot in His Mouth & Jak...
Jim Benning addressed the media and it went as well as you expected — it felt like Groundhog Day to a lot of Canucks fans out there. Benning blamed the pandemic, schedule, flat cap, a "strong" Canadian division, but can you really pin it on those things if every other team has to deal with it? We also discuss the three games since our last episode, and why Jake Virtanen's haters are his motivators.
Name 20 Atlanta Thrashers | Silky N' Filthy
Oh and we talk about losing.
The Best Nightclubs in Vancouver | Sippin' On A 40
We're all losers Vancouver.
A Virtanen trade proposal that actually makes s...
Hockey men still love their boy boys. If only the Canucks could capitalize on that.
A Cursed Month of February, Swapping Abby for L...
The Canucks exit February a battered and bruised hockey team. They won just two of their 13 games in the month, and also somehow managed to lose games on the 30th and 31st. A Jake Virtanen trade almost happened over the weekend, but his salary is proving to be a stumbling point. Brandon Sutter is somehow the eighth-most valuable player on the potential trading block before the deadline — how the hell is that possible? Joshua Rey of the Avid Discussers podcast to talk about the future of this team, the upcoming trade deadline, what to do with J.T. Miller, and much more.
Welcome To The Lame Duck Season | Power Of The ...
In any other year, the Vancouver Canucks would have cleared house by now. Instead, this dark cloud will hang over the team the rest of the way — welcome to the lame-duck season
There's always next s*ason | Sippin' On A 40
This was recorded 2 games ago and still works.
Back to Reality | Silky N' Filthy
This episode is brought to you by, Sippin' On A 40
When will the Oilers luck run out? | The Quickie
Is Mike Smith a leprechaun?
Number One in Moral Victories, Planning for the...
The Canucks have the highest moral victory point percentage in the NHL, but that doesn't mean much in the real world. They've led in expected goals the last two games, but have just one point to show for it. So it's time to acknowledge the situation — the Vancouver Canucks are not likely making the playoffs. Jamie Dodd of Sportsnet 650 joins the show to talk about Hoglander being a POS (in the best possible way), the future of Travis Green, Nate Schmidt's curious start to his Canucks tenure, and much more.
F I G H T I N G FOR WHAT? | Sippin' On A 40
I'll get to the game later...
Meaningful Games In February | Sippin' On A 40
Good morning Vancouver
Frank The Tank Sent this Team Streaking & Setti...
Francesco "Frank the Tank" Aquilini has sent this team streaking — and a big six-game stretch is coming up. We explain what the Canucks need to do in order to keep their playoff hopes alive, why they're lucky to face the Jets when they are, and why the resurgence of the Lotto Line will be key to this. Brock Boeser is fully healthy and back to his rookie season ways, but don't be surprised if he goes through a slump at some point. We end the show by talking about Nate Schmidt, and why he hasn't been as bad as you think.