Jamie Dodd and Canucks Reporter Thomas Drance combine to bring you the most comprehensive Canucks coverage in Vancouver. They dive into all the issues that matter for any diehard Canucks fan. Plus, hear exclusive interviews from the players and the team to stay up to date all season long.
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Dave Nonis joins Jamie Dodd and Thomas Drance for one last time after being hired by the Calgary Flames. Jamie and Thomas banter about which teams would pay the Blackhawks to take on a bad contract. Dim Filipovic joins the show as the guys dive into ... more
Jamie and Thomas react to the Panthers sweeping the Hurricanes. They debate whether Matthew Tkachuk would have departed Vancouver if the Canucks had drafted him over Juolevi. Brad May joins the show to discuss how clutch Matt has been. They dive into... more
Randip Janda fills in for Thomas Drance. Jamie and Randip discuss the possibility for the Canucks to trade down in the NHL Draft from 11 to 19. Shayna Goldman joins the show as they dive into the Conference Finals. Matt Rose from Sportsnet 960 Calgar... more
Thomas Drance is the perfect example of someone who thinks they are the smartest/well informed person in the room until someone with relevant playing experience enters. Stats and trends are great and all but buddy hasn’t played the game and you can tell in his analysis. Quantifying the game doesn’t nearly capture the nuance/difficulty/variability of the sport but it is the only tool he has. Not to mention the screeching, and boy does he screech. more
Rants and outrage is fine but when it is in most of every episode it is hard not to tune out the show. Knowledge and experience is there from the hosts but Drance is more focused on shouting than analyzing the team. I would like for Jamie to help reign him in to make the show more balanced rather than 80% lamenting on what the team isn’t. I’d like more Harman Dayal type analysis and less WWE heel-like promo Drance seems to embody every day.
The very best Vancouver podcast
Very insightful and knowledgeable. more
Guys! Seriously, your pod has gone downhill massively the last 6 months. more
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Canucks Talk launched 2 years ago and published 369 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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