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Best Canucks podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Canucks podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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C4 Canucks Hockey Podcast - hosted by Chris Golden, Anna Forsyth, Matt Lee and Adam Ovenell-Carter - provides commentary on the Vancouver Canucks, the NHL, and pretty much anything else the three want to talk about. There are awesome guests, a few not so much, music, and well... anything else they can find under the seats on the Canucks bandwagon. .
 
The LarschCast is a Vancouver based sports podcast for fans by fans. Listen to Host Tej Dhaliwal and Co-host Sat Oberoi with regular contributors Bradley Thomas, and Nav Dosanjh discuss the topics that matter in the Canucks world, as well as the NFL and Fantasy Football. DJ Heavy Dee has your music fix and Producer Gulu Nanda chimes in to share his thoughts as well.
 
The Patcast is here! TSN 1040’s Jeff Paterson and Jason Botchford from The Athletic sit down each week to discuss the latest with the Canucks, life on the road, the latest rumors and basically anything they want. Strap yourself in, this is must listen every week. This podcast occasionally contains strong language, which may be unsuitable for children.
 
Tired Nighttime Anecdotes is a podcast, brought to you from the fine stable of talent at Panic Moon Productions. Join married hosts Trayce Zimmerman (@TrixieCanuck) and Adam Canuck Zimmerman (@ItsAdamCanuck) at their dining room table as they talk about such topics as their week, their kids, school supplies, mismatched socks, terrible music, and stepping on Lego.
 
Real Good Show is a Vancouver-based sports-talk comedy and culture podcast with a focus on hockey, the Vancouver Canucks, and beyond. Join Justin Morissette as he talks with sportswriters, broadcasters, comedians, musicians, actors, filmmakers, authors and bloggers about the sports stories that matter to them. Hopefully that matters to you, too.
 
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.
 
Rayza (Canuck), Teresa (Canuck) and Robbie (Aussie) are the Austranadian Synth Alliance. DISCLAIMER: We are in no way claiming to own any of the songs or profit off of them. We are fans and enthusiasts that want to help promote this music and get it to a wider listening audience. You can thank us later :) Cover Artwork: "Highway" by AxiomDesign [http://axiomdesign.deviantart.com/art/Highway-568748872]
 
Senior Writer Ryan Dixon and NHL Editor Rory Boylen always give it 110%, but never rely on clichés when it comes to podcasting. Instead, they use a mix of facts, fun and a varied group of hockey voices to offer their takes on Canada’s most beloved game.
 
A Vancouver hockey podcast that doesn't talk about fantasy OR fancy stats. A loose, conversational based hockey podcast with a round table format. The show features a weekly assortment of good friends talking hockey, telling stories and trying not to take themselves too seriously. Sound quality: 11/10
 
Canada is a fascinating country, full of mysteries, strangeness, and forgotten things. Join Junior and his father, Dirty Clyde, each week as they delve into the secrets of the Canuckinomicon, a book containing all the mysteries of Canada's great history and fascinating tales. Covering topics ranging from history and folklore, to cryptozoology and the paranormal, you're sure to find something interesting here on The Canuckinomicon.
 
Is the West best? Damn right it is, according to Scott Rintoul. Intelligent, experienced and always entertaining . . . Scott will lighten up listeners’ days with lively sports talk and thought-provoking interviews. Scott’s goals are to inform, enlighten and interact with Western Canada’s passionate sports fans. The Scott Rintoul Show . . . where the West is One.
 
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To support our podcast and get every show ad-free, including subscriber-only shows, subscribe to The Athletic. Our listeners get 40% off the annual subscription. Start your free trial now at: theathletic.com/vancast. If you are already a subscriber, thank you for your support--please tell a friend.By Jeff Paterson, Thomas Drance
 
LARSCHCAST EPISODE 46 Host: Tej Dhaliwal (@DrDangles87) Co-Host: Sat Oberoi (@satoberoi) Producer: Gulu Nanda (@goldenboygulz) DJ: Heavy Dee (@itzheavydee) Roundtable: Nav Dosanjh (@NavDosanjh1983) Jay Douglas Aikenhead (@blucollarbrigad) Tanbir Rana (@TRana87) The full gang is in session! On the heels of Gary Bettman's announcement we break down: …
 
Welcome to the StickinRink Podcast! Your home for Vancouver Canucks Talk, and everything else you need to know from three local Vancouver hockey boys. Proudly presented by The Hockey Podcast Network.Everything we say is fact-based.We make an oath (3:41 - 6:06, 11:41 - 15:07)Elijah learns about Only Fans (6:07 - 11:40)24 team NHL Playoff Bracket (15…
 
TSN hockey insider and game analyst Ray Ferraro says that if the NHLPA Executive Board vote on the 24-team return to play proposal presented by the NHL is voted on by team reps only, that's not right. Ray also feels that a series between the Canucks and the Wild could have anything happen.By TSN 1040
 
Blue Jackets special assistant to the GM Rick Nash joins Jeff, Brian and Justin to discuss his role with the club, playing in Columbus and the favourite goals of his career (6:20). Former NHL forward David Ling tells stories of his time playing with Stewey, skiing behind a Zamboni in an intermission and how he got paid in Russia (25:34). Canadiens …
 
TSN Blue Jays reporter Scott Mitchell says Roy Halladay was the ultimate competitor on the mound but off the field, he dealt with confidence issues. Scott also says it's going to be very sobering to the viewer to see and hear about Halladay's addiction to pain killers. ESPN E60's "Imperfect: The Roy Halladay Story" airs May 29th at 4pm PT on TSN 1,…
 
NHL agent Kurt Overhardt says the players have the right to make the decisions that are right for themselves & their families when it comes to returning to play. Kurt says when it comes to veteran players, having not been on the ice for so long, from a business stand point, it could be risky to return.…
 
TSN's Ray Ferraro says if the Canadian government & health officials feel in a few weeks that a 14 day quarantine is still necessary for anyone entering Canada, then there shouldn't be an exemption made for the NHL. Ray also says Gary Bettmen dropped some tidbits on the Ray & Dregs Podcast, including the fact the NHL will make a decision on Hub Cit…
 
ESPN reporter John Barr says some of the motivation for Brandy Halladay telling the story of her late husband Roy was to remove the stigma around mental health & addiction. John also says she wanted to paint a better picture of who Roy was after so much information came out following his death in 2017.…
 
Blackhawks analyst Troy Murray looks back on his World Junior championship, playing with future GMs and coaches and Chicago’s chances in the play-in with David, Justin and Anthony (4:59). Islanders analyst and Conn Smythe trophy winner Butch Goring stops by to talk about the Islanders’ dynasty, his trade to New York and moving from coaching to broa…
 
Thomas Drance of the Athletic Vancouver sees a long, tough, very fun and close series between the Wild and Canucks, who were very evenly-matched in season games. Drancer would be stunned if every player chooses to return, is skeptical of hockey's ability to conduct games safely, but also say this week's announcement by Bettman was a genius call…
 
Sam Stejskal from the Athletic gets into the proposed MLS return to Orlando, in a tournament-style format. Sam suggests players are a bit concerned about a lack of collaboration with the league around safety, health concerns, and gets into how the six-week tournament and bubble situation might workBy TSN 1040
 
Sarah McLellan of the Star Tribune says the Wild were starting to fit pieces together, with Kevin Fiala and Alex Stalock playing key roles. Sarah says experience is a strength for the Wild, with a veteran team, and wonders if that will be a factor - not getting too phased with uncertain situations - in this return…
 
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