Justin Morissette navigates the ups, downs, and everything in between of the hockey season with a daily podcast on the Vancouver Canucks. Recaps, previews, interviews, laughs, and plenty of thoughts and feelings on the topics that unite and divide Nucks Nation — you'll find it all on the Locked On Canucks Podcast. Part of the Locked On Podcast Network.
071 - Glove Saves in the Time of Corona, with S...
Foregoing a regular gameday preview episode in light of current events. The NBA has suspended its season as players begin to test positive for COVID-19. Here is this week's Locked On NHL discussion with Sarah Avampato on whether the NHL can possibly keep running games as multiple cities are already facing government orders to go ahead without fans in attendance. Was Wednesday night's action the last slate of games on the NHL schedule for the foreseeable future? And what does this mean for the playoffs and beyond?
070 - I Am A Brock, I Am An Islander (Mar. 11, ...
Brock Boeser returns to the line-up on a night where the Canucks down the Islander 5-4 in the shootout, and his return allowed Vancouver to play a much more entertaining style of late. Plus: Adam Gaudette and Zack MacEwen continue to show up when it matters, Thatcher Demko had a big bounce-back performance, and a misbehaving fan robbed us of a possible storybook finish.
069 - Local Hockey Girl Gang, with Georgia Twis...
Returning favourite GEORGIA TWISS is back on the show to talk about the women-only Canucks Tweet-Up she organized for International Women's Day on Sunday, the experience of being a woman in a largely male fandom, and an accidental cameo appearance from a local hockey broadcaster! But before that, Justin tees up tonight's action with the Islanders, give some brief thoughts on Friday's 2000s Night festivities, and weighs the pros and cons of Brock Boeser's unexpectedly early return to Canucks practice.
068 - My Mourning Jackets, with Dani Huntley (M...
CanucksArmy writer and Botchford Project fellow DANIELLE HUNTLEY stops by the pod to talk her day at Rogers Arena, which was much more eventful off the ice than on it, as the NHL moves into Coronavirus protocols in media availabilities. Plus: Dani talks what inspired her to jump into covering the Canucks, and if she thinks this team is playoff bound or not.
067 - Botch and the Blue Jackets, with Chris Fa...
The Canucks lose in embarassing fashion to Columbus, and CanucksArmy's CHRIS FABER had the misfortune of writing about it. We break down the loss and the way things are going wrong for Vancouver at the moment, but also talk Faber's Botchford Project piece, How Jason Botchford Changed Everything In Vancouver, and the many people Chris got to speak to in the process of putting it together.
066 - Toronto Maple Loss, with Mike DiStefano (...
Locked On Leafs host MIKE DiSTEFANO stops by the show to talk Saturday's game in Toronto, a surprisingly dull low-event game between two teams whose goaltending is going sideways right now. We compare and contrast the similar seasons these clubs are having, and take a look at the David Ayres and Bobby Ryan stories to see if you can still appreciate special moments when they happen against your team of choice.
065 - Toff Luck (Feb. 27, 2020)
The Canucks begin life without Jacob Markstrom as their MVP suffers a torn meniscus right before the trade deadline. Tyler Toffoli continues to fit in perfectly in Vancouver's top six. And as Thatcher Demko settles into his new role, this adversity could be coming at the perfect time to shape Vancouver into the playoff team they'll need to be.
064 - Kaše Doin' Business, with Ian McLaren (Fe...
Previewing tonight's action between the Canucks and Bruins, IAN McLAREN of Locked On Bruins joins the show to check in on the league's top team. We talk Boston's deadline plans, a decade of sustained excellence, if there is such thing as a Boston Model, and if there's any juice left in this rivalry from a Boston perspective.
063 - Uncut Jims (Feb. 21, 2020)
The Canucks lose a game they should have won, but Quinn Hughes, Tyler Toffoli and J.T. Miller dazzle in defeat. Plus, why Jim Benning is a bit like Adam Sandler's character in Uncut Gems, and why that should make us all very nervous heading into Monday's deadline.
062 - Toffoli Trade, with Sarah Avampato (Feb. ...
In the wake of Monday's trade that saw the Canucks acquire Tyler Toffoli from the LA Kings, Locked On Kings host SARAH AVAMPATO joins the show to tell Vancouver exactly what they can expect from their latest addition, as the Kings say farewell to yet another piece of their Cup-winning core. Plus, why Tanner Pearson just might be able to convince Toffoli to stay in Vancouver.
061 - Duck Hunted, with J.D. Hernandez (Feb. 17...
Host of Locked On Ducks, J.D. HERNANDEZ returns to the show for another Pacific Division cross-over episode as we talk Anaheim's 5-1 drubbing of the Canucks to close out Sedin Week at Rogers Arena. It's a tale of two emotional weeks for these teams, for wildly different reasons, as we get to the bottom of the Ducks' success against Vancouver this season. Plus, is there any juice left in this rivalry without Bieksa and Kesler?
060 - Vintage Sedinery (Feb. 13, 2020)
Jacob Markstrom set a new franchise record for saves in a shutout, stopping 49 shots en route to a 3-0 victory over the Blackhawks. But more importantly, it was Sedin Night at Rogers Arena as Henrik and Daniel's jerseys went up to the rafters in a very emotional pre-game ceremony. On a special night for the twins, remembering the most important era in Canucks hockey, Trevor Linden's spicy comments in Sedin Week interviews, and why it's time to forgive Ryan Kesler.
059 - Legends Night (Feb. 11, 2020)
The Canucks pound the Preds 6-2 on home ice, but the big story of Legends Night is the return of Trevor Linden and Markus Naslund, as the Canucks honour their previously retired numbers ahead of Henrik and Daniel's ceremony on Wednesday. Plus, do harassment for Hughes, and admonishing anyone who thinks this team should trade Brock Boeser.
058 - Impeding Petey, with David Quadrelli (Feb...
DAVID QUADRELLI (CanucksArmy, Pass It To Bulis, Canucks Conversation) returns to the show to break down Tuesday's lacklustre effort against the Bruins, and the narratives about team toughness (or lack there of) that have spilled out into the discourse in the aftermath.
057 - Back-to-Back Bulis - Part II, with Daniel...
It's the back-half of a chat with DANIEL WAGNER of Pass It To Bulis, on whether these young Canucks have Mamba Mentality or the killer instinct required to take over a game, and if the All-Star Game has an appreciable impact on Quinn Hughes' year-end awards prospects.
056 - Back-to-Back Bulis - Part I, with Daniel ...
Pass It To Bulis's DANIEL WAGNER joins the show to talk his site's expanding coverage of all things Canuck, Vancouver's reluctance to fully invest emotionally in this year's team, Troy Stecher, deadline strategy, and if this year's divisional troubles present a once-in-a-blue-moon playoff opportunity.
055 - Pavel and the Press - Part II, with Patri...
It's the second half of a chat with PATRICK JOHNSTON of The Province Sports, on Pavel Bure's trade to Florida, the recurring characters of the Canucks' 50 year history, the economics of hockey in the 90s, and Remembering Some Guys from the 2001 draft.
054 - Pavel and the Press - Part I, with Patric...
The Province Sports scribe PATRICK JOHNSTON joins the show to discuss his latest Canucks 50th Anniversary retrospective, the infamous Pavel Bure trade that brought Ed Jovanovski to Vancouver and began the longstanding trade pipeline between Vancouver and Florida. We also discuss our roles in media, the nature of the job, and an alternate reality where we've been podcast partners for nearly a decade.
053 - Never In Doubt (Jan. 30, 2020)
The Canucks come back to win 5-2 over the Sharks in the first test on a five-game road trip. The overall feel of Wednesday's game says a lot about where the Canucks are as a team right now, and the scorers of those five goals tell us a lot about where they're going.
052 - To Be The Man... (Jan. 28, 2020)
You've gotta beat The Man! And the Canucks did just that on Monday night against St. Louis. Justin breaks down Quinn Hughes' showing at the All-Star Game, pushes all in on this Canucks team, and talks Jake Virtanen riding shotgun with Pettersson and Miller.
051 - Brackett Buster, with Chris Faber (Jan. 2...
CanucksArmy scribe and Canucks Conversation podcast host CHRIS FABER joins the show to talk moving to Vancouver, the rumours around Judd Brackett's future with the team, what the Canucks should do at the deadline, and what's going on with those kids down on the farm.
050 - The Kes Movement, with David Quadrelli (J...
DAVID QUADRELLI (Canucks Conversation, CanucksArmy) returns to the show to hype up Quinn Hughes heading to the All-Star Game, but also discuss exactly where the Canucks are at at the break, what this team could do if it makes the playoffs, who their next natural rival truly is, and if Ryan Kesler belongs in the Ring of Honour.
049 - Pacific Division Check-In, with J.D. Hern...
As the Canucks hit the All-Star Break in first in the Pacific, Locked On Ducks host J.D. HERNANDEZ joins the show for a look around the division just past the midway point of the season.
048 - We're Back! A Dinosaur Story, with Jackso...
After a holiday hiatus (and sick leave), the show returns for a new decade of Canucks hockey! Joining Justin to analyze the last month of results is CanucksArmy managing editor and Roxy Fever podcaster Jackson McDonald. Topics include Brock Boeser, Loui Eriksson, and the cautionary tale of the West Coast Express.
047 - Touched By An Angel (Dec. 13, 2019)
The Canucks are powered to victory over the Hurricanes by a legendary performance from Jacob Markstrom, who is rounding back into fine form at a time when the team in front of him has not been playing particularly well as of late. Markstrom has a career-best showing with his mother watching on in the audience, and Elias Pettersson may have received some divine intervention as well with a one-in-a-million bounce for the OT winner on another Botchford Project evening at Rogers Arena.
046 - Bunch of Jerks, with Sara Civian (Dec. 12...
The Athletic's SARA CIVIAN joins the show to discuss the team she covers on a daily basis, the Carolina Hurricanes! Sara dishes on the Canes' culture of fun, Storm Surge ideas, if the media is sleeping on Carolina, the pressure of conveying player personality in media coverage, and the lasting impact of the late great Jason Botchford on hockey media the world over.
045 - Maple Leivos, with The Zubes (Dec. 10, 2019)
Previewing tonight's clash between the Canucks and Maple Leafs, THE ZUBES (Locked On Leafs, Sportsfeld, Yahoo Sports Canada) joins the show to discuss if Toronto misses Josh Leivo, if it's fair to describe the Leafs as mediocre, and the continued fallout from Mike Babcock's dismissal as coach of the team.
044 - Giant Cellies, with Stephen Hawco (Dec. 9...
The Dub Network's STEPHEN HAWCO joins the pod to discuss his Botchford Project piece about Adam Gaudette's raucous goal celebrations, discuss his own hockey burnout at the end of his junior career, and the Vancouver Giants player that Canucks fans are sleeping on in their own backyard. Find Stephen's Botchford Project article "The Celly Gaud" on Canucks.com.
043 - Mediacrity, with Jackson McDonald (Dec. 8...
CanucksArmy managing editor and four-time returning favourite JACKSON McDONALD joins the show in the wake of Vancouver's 6-5 OT victory over the Buffalo Sabres to discuss why everyone is mad at him, if the Canucks are mediocre, the precarious nature of predictions, and why Josh Leivo and Tanner Pearson are better depth scoring options than you think.
042 - Dragon Slayer, with Thomas Drance (Dec. 7...
The Athletic Vancouver's THOMAS DRANCE returns to the show to talk his epic oral history of the Alex Burrows dragon slayer goal eight years ago against Chicago, the work that went into writing that piece, the Canucks' need for a new playoff rival and who that might be, Quinn Hughes' defensive prowess, and why Hughes is poised to surpass Cale Makar in the Calder chase before the year is done.
041 - So This is Twissmas, with Georgia Twiss (...
Vancouver artist GEORGIA TWISS joins the program to talk about her latest Christmas greeting card initiative for charity, how the Canucksmas card idea started last year, her origins in making Canuck-themed art, and the help and mentorship she received along the way from the late Jason Botchford.
040 - Depth Charges (Dec. 5, 2019)
As Vancouver's depth scorers stand accused of being asked to play above their ability, some key figures come through to prove that talk is all nonsense. Alex Edler will be out of the lineup for at least three weeks, and Quinn Hughes shows that doesn't matter at all. And Alex Burrows goes up to the Ring of Honour.
039 - Bright Future, Colourful Past (Nov. 29, 2...
Quinn Hughes' quiet excellence this season is on pace to break Elias Pettersson's rookie scoring record. Examining the myriad records he is on pace to set this season, plus a look to the past to see if hockey's cultural reckoning might come next for Vancouver's long-time coach, Marc Crawford. All that and one last look at Alex Edler's ice-time.
038 - Pennsylvania Problems (Nov. 28, 2019)
Consecutive losses to the Flyers and Penguins reveal that Vancouver can not generate much in the offensive zone, and don't know how to hold on to a lead on the off chance they build one. Justin dives deep into the 25 seconds sequence that cost them the game in Pittsburgh, and criticizes Travis Green's management of the lineup once again.
037 - Halfway Home (Nov. 24, 2019)
The Canucks are 2-1-0 halfway through their November-ending six-game road trip. We check in on how they've fared through those three games, as Bo Horvat's ice time continues to look like a problem and fourth line injuries seem to have completely disrupted this team's groove. Good news, however. Jacob Markstrom got his mojo back.
036 - Nuck Prospectus - Part II, with J.D. Burk...
Part II of a conversation on Canucks prospects, this time focussing on Vasili Podkolzin's deployment in Russia, how he fared in the recent CHL/Russia Super-Series, what the Canucks might look for in return should they make deal with the Habs, and what life is like on the road covering prospect tournaments around the globe.
035 - Nuck Prospectus - Part I, with J.D. Burke...
Last night's game against the Stars was too boring and bad to talk about, so let's skip straight to a show I'd planned for later in the week: it's prospect talk, with the editor-in-chief of Elite Prospect, J.D. BURKE! In Part I of this discussion we dive in to the Olli Juolevi injury, what the Canucks have in Brogan Rafferty and Josh Teves, Kole Lind's progression, and the one prospect that Vancouver fans are sleeping on.
034 - The Botchford Project, with David Quadrel...
The latest addition to CanucksArmy, writer DAVID QUADRELLI joins the show fresh off of his night at Rogers Arena on Saturday as the first burgeoning talent selected to The Botchford Project mentorship program, keeping the spirit of Jason's generosity with emerging media talents alive. David talks about his article, why he chose to write about Quinn Hughes' impact, what Botch meant to him, and the entire journey from being selected to the Project to finished article on Canucks.com.
033 - Blow The Friggin' Whistle (Nov. 18, 2019)
Continuing to explore the fallout from Saturday's game against the Avs and the lack of a whistle as Matt Calvert lay prone on the ice. The Habs and Canucks appear to be scouting each other... who's getting traded? And is Pettersson's faceoff ability (or lack there of) a cause for concern?
032 - Free to Skate (Nov. 17, 2019)
On the night that Vancouver busts out their vintage black skate jerseys, they finally face an opponent on this home-stand that allows them skate free. A good night for Quinn Hughes opposite an incredible performance from Cale Makar, a breakout night for a new look third line, and a refusal to blow the whistle that cast an uneasy pall on the night's proceedings.
031 - When The Stars Go Blues (Nov. 16, 2019)
The Canucks fall 4-2 at home to the Stars despite catching Dallas on a back-to-back. The game points to a larger trend of Vancouver struggling against trap style teams this season, or at least trapping teams not based out of St. Louis.
030 - The Faults In The Stars (Nov. 14, 2019)
Previewing tonight's action between the Canucks and Stars. Why being wrong and questioning what you thought you knew about the team is what makes an 82 game season interesting. In alumni news, Roberto Luongo gets a new job, and Jason Garrison files a lawsuit.
029 - The Birthday Boy (Nov. 13, 2019)
Elias Pettersson powers the Canucks to victory on his 21st birthday, a Sutter injury forces huge minutes on to Bo Horvat, Alex Edler is still playing too much, and Thatcher Demko keeps shining. Plus, despite our belief that this would all blow over for him, Don Cherry is fired from Hockey Night In Canada -- and the reaction to his firing, like the man himself, has been suitably absurd.
028 - A Long Talk - Part II, with Jackson McDon...
It's Part 2 of a lengthy conversation with CanucksArmy managing editor JACKSON McDONALD, on what Jake Virtanen is really doing this season, a long look at the cost the Canucks paid to acquire J.T. Miller, and an honest discussion on Adam Gaudette, Don Cherry, and the confluence of sports and politics.
027 - A Long Talk - Part I, with Jackson McDona...
The first returning guest in Locked On Canucks history, CanucksArmy managing editor JACKSON McDONALD returns to the show to talk Horvat's even-strength struggles, if J.T. Miller was worth a first round pick, Tyler Myers strong start, the underrated contributions of Josh Leivo, and Sven Baertschi's return to the NHL. Recorded this morning ahead of Vancouver's 2-1 loss to the New Jersey Devils, though much of what we said proved shockingly prescient.
026 - He Watched These Games, with Daniel Wagne...
Pass It To Bulis scribe DANIEL WAGNER joins the show after a pair of road losses to discuss Alex Edler's ice-time, finding more minutes for Troy Stecher, and Brandon Sutter's uneasy fit on the Canucks roster. Plus, even after a hot start, was J.T. Miller's juice worth the squeeze?
025 - Make Adam Gaudette Again (Nov. 7, 2019)
It's another Mailbag edition of the show, with questions looking at the nature of analytics, how the Canucks should fare for the rest of November, what Loui Eriksson's post-hockey career prospects look like, and if it's fair to make fun of Adam Gaudette's old tweets.
024 - Starting to Believe (Nov. 6, 2019)
The Canucks find the most embarrassing way to possibly lose in overtime, falling 2-1 to St. Louis, but you simply have to laugh and appreciate the fire they showed in getting there at all. Breaking down the OT loss, and why even in defeat this Canucks team seems different. Maybe it's time to start believing they are what they appear to be. And the time has come to get Sven Baertschi back in the line-up.
023 - Unsold On Sutter (Nov. 4, 2019)
Plenty to celebrate around this team at the moment after a successful California road trip, including Elias Pettersson's NHL Player of the Week honours. But let's hold back on getting too excited just yet. And of all the players to be taking victory laps about on this team, Brandon Sutter might not be the best bet.
022 - The Phantom Assist (Oct. 30, 2019)
Loui Eriksson loses his assist on the Schaller goal against the Panthers after a Tuesday scoring change, but thinking that changes anything about his performance is missing the point. Previewing tonight's action against the L.A. Kings and getting ready to see Canucks forwards scorch some former teammates. And much love and respect to Travis Green for fantastic off-ice maneuvering on Monday night.
021 - Groundhog Day (Oct. 29, 2019)
The Canucks get an instant shot at redemption by living the same game twice, and make good by stomping the Panthers 7-2 in their most complete performance to date. What lessons were learned after Friday's loss, and how were they applied to this game? Why is Jake Virtanen's ice-time lower than all other forwards? And as we pour over the minute details of this team's performance, we are sleeping on the quiet brilliance of an elite star.
020 - Big Chance For Little Things (Oct. 28, 2019)
The Canucks look to put Friday's bitter disappointment as they get set to host the Florida Panthers. Travis Green continues to insist his team played well despite blowing a four-goal lead, Loui Eriksson is likely to draw back into the line-up for an injured Tyler Motte, and after a brief stint in Utica, Adam Gaudette is back with the Canucks.
019 - Capital Punishment (Oct. 26, 2019)
The Canucks blow a 5-1 lead to Washington as the Caps take it in a shootout on Friday night. Plenty of blame to go around, as arguments can be made to hang this one on Jacob Markstrom, Chris Tanev, even Travis Green. And enough is enough. The time has come to call up Sven Baertschi and stop letting the rot in the middle of the forward group devour this team's chances of success..
018 - Farm Fresh, with Cory Hergott (Oct. 25, 2...
As Adam Gaudette heads down to the AHL to join the Utica Comets, CanucksArmy and Canucks.com Comets expert CORY HERGOTT joins the show to tell us all about the team that Gaudette is set to join, including progress updates on prospects like Lukas Jasek, Kole Lind, Jonah Gadjovich, Olli Juolevi, and more.
017 - There Is No Gaud (Oct. 24, 2019)
Adam Gaudette is finally sent down to the AHL. Justin tackles the young center's demotion after a red hot pre-season, and takes your questions in a Mailbag episode that touches on Jacob Markstrom's future, the Canucks' expansion draft outlook, Troy Stecher haikus, Star Wars Night, and the Canucks' lengthy history of changing their jerseys.
016 - Cap Trick (Oct. 23, 2019)
Bo Horvat comes alive to lead the Canucks to a 5-2 victory in Detroit, as one of Vancouver's star forwards finally delivers a statement game. Jake Virtanen is a league-leader in a stat that makes him a perfect fit for the Horvat line. And if Troy Stecher is to get more ice-time, it needs to come from Edler and Tanev's PK minutes.
015 - Markstorm's A-Brewin', with Nathan Caddel...
The Georgia Straight's NATHAN CADDELL joins the show after a pair of weekend morning games that draw the Canucks' early strengths and weaknesses further into focus. We talk takeaways from both weekend games, Micheal Ferland concerns, and how strong play between the pipes is leading this city back into familiar territory, as a goalie controversy seems unavoidable before the year is done.
014 - Hughes Brothers 2000, with Jackson McDona...
Managing editor of Canucks Army and co-host of Roxy Fever, JACKSON McDONALD joins the show to talk a tale of two hockey games in St, Louis and New Jersey, and what exactly to make of these Canucks through seven games. Plus we compare the Hughes Bros in the only stat category that matters: quality of nicknames.
013 - Third Line Wasteland, with Thomas Drance ...
THOMAS DRANCE of The Athletic Vancouver joins the show to discuss the Canucks' bottom-six forwards after a monster performance from the fourth line leads to questions about how this third line can be used as it searches for an identity. Plus, how good has Jake Virtanen really been? Where's the best place for Adam Gaudette? And when should we start to worry about Micheal Ferland? All that and more, live from the rink in St. Louis.
012 - Bucky Little Wings (Oct. 16, 2019)
J.T. Miller continues his hot start and the powerplay finally looks powerful as the Canucks down Detroit to the tune of a 5-1 beat down. The fourth line shines in a match-up role, everybody gets physical in a grunty game, Thatcher Demko looks solid in his season debut, and there's just something different about this team's vibe. They feel like a family for the first time in a long time.
011 - Positivity Police (Oct. 14, 2019)
As surface level complaints about aesthetics and presentation drive a certain sect of Canuck fans insane, Justin tries to avoid being called negative by offering three compliments in exchange for one criticism. A trio of surprise players have been the Canucks' best skaters to start the year, but rumours of long-term plans on the back-end are a cause for concern.
010 - The A.V. Club (Oct. 13, 2019)
The Canucks squeeze out a 3-2 victory in the shootout over Alain Vigneault's Philadelphia Flyers, and you have to appreciate seeing a former key contributor to Vancouver success because there aren't that many left in the league. Vancouver's star skaters may be starting the season slow, but an emerging star between the pipes is carrying the load. Jake Virtanen is finding consistency in his game. And perhaps the Big 3 forwards should be expanded to a Big 5 as Miller and Pearson continue to roll.
009 - Wherefore Art Thou Roberto (Oct. 11, 2019)
Handing Horvat the captaincy lingers as a rare emotional moment from a team that hasn't had a ton of emotional resonance in recent years, Sedin retirement feelings notwithstanding. And amidst the returning faces of old school Canucks during Wednesday's ceremony, two notable names of the past stand out in their absence, and have equally shaky relationships with the team for completely different reasons.
008 - Bo Captain, My Captain (Oct. 10, 2019)
Bo Horvat is named captain in a moving anniversary ceremony before the Canucks blow the doors off the LA Kings 8-2 in their home opener. Quinn Hughes shines despite his ice-time. And maybe Brandon Sutter can be a positive contributor to a team that has depth.
007 - Lines In A Blender (Oct. 8, 2019)
Adam Gaudette fights to cement his spot, Travis Green mixes it up looking for any sign of a spark, and while it's early yet, the Baertschi Brigade can already take a victory lap.
006 - Bye Bye Bulldog (Oct. 7, 2019)
The Canucks lose 3-0 to the Flames on a night where the powerplay really lets them down. What to do with the PP units? Fare thee well, Alex Biega. And why, no, Pittsburgh does not want Brandon Sutter back.
005 - Never Seen A Horse (Oct. 5, 2019)
Thatcher Demko has never seen a horse before as the Canucks go riding at a dude ranch, Quinn Hughes is good at defense, Travis Green agrees that Sutter and Eriksson stank against the Oilers, and Francesco Aquilini's comments on SN650.
004 - Oil Slick (Oct. 3, 2019)
The Canucks fall on the road to the Oilers in the season opener. Takeaways from last night's game including Quinn Hughes' razzle dazzle moves, Tanner Pearson: Shot Machine, and a surprisingly solid start to the season for Tyler Myers.
003 - Bo, Say, Can You C? (Oct. 2, 2019)
A captain coming next week, but we all know who it is. Previewing tonight's season opener by sizing up an opponent in Edmonton that looks frankly awful. Baertschi clears.
002 - If Not Now, Sven? (Oct. 1, 2019)
A roster log-jam leads to tough decisions, as the Canucks cut Sven Baertschi, Nikolay Goldobin, and Alex Biega.
001 - Rookie Move (Sept. 30, 2019)
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