February 22 2017 01:19PM
With a week to go to the trade deadline rumors are swirling and J.D. Burke and myself talk about the latest rumors and we also welcome goalie guru Greg Balloch from In-Goal magazine to the show to talk Canucks goalies.
Canuck nation was on pins and needles with word that Linden and Aquilini taking a private plane to LA and Bob McKenzie got fans talking by mentioning Ben Hutton as a trade option.
February 16 2017 01:11PM
It's time for yet another edition of the Canucks Army Podcast and this week we delve right into the predicament the Canucks are in heading into the March 1st trade deadline. Hint, forget about the playoffs and focus on the future. J.D. Burke and myself debate the likelihood of the Canucks pulling off a trade or three and we muse over expansion draft protection list possibilities.
Yes, we talk about the Sedins and the recent drop off in their play but all may not be lost when it comes to the future of the twins in Vancouver.
We also reach into the mailbag and answer some listener questions, including what it would take to renounce your allegiance to your favorite hockey team.
February 08 2017 05:00PM
It's time another edition of the Canucks Army podcast and this week Jeremy Davis joins Satiar Shah and J.D. Burke to break down the 2017 NHL Entry Draft and some of the overrated or underrated prospects to watch out for.
We also dive into the Canucks current trend and whether this team can remain in the playoff hunt or if reality has already set in.
Last but not least the Jerk himself will tell us what we need to know about Philip Larsen and whether he's an unmitigated disaster as some seem to believe that he is.
January 27 2017 01:34PM
This week's edition of the Canucks Army Podcast come to you with Patrick Johnston from the Province joining myself and J.D. Burke to talk about whether the Canucks can remain in the playoff picture after rising from the dust in January.
One player in particular we focus on is Sven Baertschi and what his production means for this team both now and moving forward and we also take a peek at what the Canucks forward group will look like without the Sedin twins and what they need to find to replace that production
January 20 2017 12:05PM
In this week's episode of the Canucks Army Podcast J.D. Burke and myself tackle a number of topics including Henrik Sedin closing in on a career milestone and what the Sedins have meant to this organization.
We delve into the state of the Canucks defense and how Nikita Tryamkin's emergence could change things for the blue-line in the future.