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Listen: Ryan Biech Joins TSN 1040 AM to Discuss Canucks Options in First Two Rounds of the Draft

Earlier this morning, Canucks Army’s Associate Editor Ryan Biech joined Dave Pratt and Bro Jake for the Morning Show on TSN 1040 AM for a quick chat.

The hosts asked Biech a range of different questions, starting first with the Canucks’ options with the fifth overall pick. After Biech went into detail about some of the players garnering the most attention, he delved into the possibility of the Canucks trading down from fifth and who they might take in that instance. Lastly, Biech showcases his prospect prowess by detailing a handful of players he thinks the Canucks would be wise to select with their 33rd and 55th overall selections. What can I say; the guy watches a lot of hockey.

It’s well worth the listen, so I’ve included a link at the bottom of this page.

Follow this link for a page with Biech’s 1040 AM radio hit!

  • Fortitude00

    When the consensus #1 pick Patrick is considered by some to be a second line center at the next level why would the Canucks use the #5 pick on a center?

  • KCasey

    Awesome to hear you guys getting some radio time out there. Both Ryan and you as well JD. Hope this becomes a regular thing as the staff at Canucks army never disappoints with a great insight and those beautiful cold hard stats. Keep up the good work amigos.

  • Jamie E

    My gut is starting to tell me that Casey Middlestat is going to fall in the First Round. He hasn’t been tested against top flight competition and he was a disaster at the combine. I certainly hope the Canucks have eyes on someone different at five if they stay there.

  • TheRealPB

    For all the criticisms I’ve had of CA and some of its perspectives, this prospect series in particular has made me remember why I like this site so much. Whether I agree with these rankings or not, thanks very much for the time and effort into these. It’s a great and really insightful series, really gives one a lot to think about especially in a draft that doesn’t seem so weak as some once called it as lacking the obviously standout candidates. The prospect series makes it seem like there’s a really good chance at getting a real player within the first two rounds. Unlike the last couple of years I’m not nearly as opposed to moving down, though I still think since there’s a very high chance we can snag one of Mittelstadt, Glass or Vilardi at #5 we would be fools to do so.