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C4 Canucks Hockey Podcast

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C4 Canucks Hockey Podcast - hosted by Chris Golden and Anna Forsyth - provides commentary on the Vancouver Canucks, the NHL, and pretty much anything else the two 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. Share your hot takes via the C4 Text Line - https://speakpipe.com/c4podcast
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With Anna away, friend of the show Patrick Johnston - beat reporter for the Vancouver Province and Vancouver Sun - joins Chris to talk Vancouver Canucks hockey. Patrick shares his thoughts on whether the season can be replicated next year, what it might take to make it happen, and who he see the team having the most luck bringing back as they head …
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Despite the optimism Anna & Chris had about the Canucks beating the Oilers in seven, it wasn't meant to be. The pair discuss why it took the team a period & some to remember it was the last game and to shoot the puck, and how emotional the rollercoaster ride was when the team attempted to storm back late in the third period. And with the season now…
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Recording the night before the game for all the marbles between the Vancouver Canucks and Edmonton Oilers, Anna & Chris revisit the past week and discuss what led us to the point where Game 7 - the podcast preseries prediction - came to be. The pair outline what they feel will be a key to victory and discuss who might fill in for Brock Boeser, rule…
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With the Vancouver Canucks up two games to one against the Edmonton Oilers, Anna & Chris check in with their pre-series predictions of Canucks in seven and recalibrate if those predictions hold up. They also share their thoughts on what Vancouver is able to do differently against the Oilers when compared to the Predators, and how that will be their…
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Last week, Anna & Chris were oozing with confidence. Then moments after the episode was published, news broke that Canucks goaltender Thatcher Demko was out for the foreseeable future. And after processing what it would mean that Casey DeSmith was the presumptive starter, news broke yesterday that he too was out and Arturs Silovs was getting the st…
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The Canucks took game one of the series against the Nashville Predators. Anna was at the game. Chris was not. Yet both felt the energy of the first Canucks home playoff game in a LONG time. The pair discuss what they liked, what they didn't, and how they think the series will play out. They also take a spin around the rest of the league to determin…
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After listening to the last episode, the Vancouver Canucks decide to roll the dice to spite Anna & Chris and start Silovs in BACK-TO-BACK games. While they did get points out of both, it was definitely not the approach the pair would've taken. And with DeSmith back in net for the Oilers, the team gets a much-needed two points against the team chasi…
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It's been a couple weeks since the last episode, and while the Canucks have clinched a playoff spot officially, there's been a fair amount of clenching as they seem to have discovered an inopportune time to get into a slump. Anna & Chris discuss what's going wrong, if the loss of Demko is the sole reason for it, and failing that who (if anyone) is …
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With Anna not giving the Canucks their due, Chris gloats as the Canucks get the three wins he predicted. The pair also discuss the impact of the Garland's new "named" line, and if the team is playoff ready. Also included in this episode are a few thoughts of the "new" rules coming out of the GM meetings, and how the league continues to bury it's co…
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Last week Chris doubted the Canucks could beat the Winnipeg Jets. So beat the Jets they did. Anna & Chris take a look at how Chris got things so wrong, and how the Canucks got things so wrong against both the Colorado Avalanche & Washington Capitals. The pair also discuss the impact Thatcher Demko's injury might have on the team in the last few wee…
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It was quiet trade deadline for the Vancouver Canucks, including a pass on free agent Phil Kessel. That said, the team has found their winning ways and continue to punish any podcast pessimism from the likes of Anna & Chris. The pair discuss how things continue to go right, what might potentially make things go wrong, and even take a stab at potent…
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In the last episode, Anna & Chris shared some uncharacteristic optimism the Vancouver Canucks had turned things around in predicting a six-point week. Apparently the optimism was misplaced as the Canucks eeked out only three-points with some uninspired play. Is the team tired? Has the noise been too much? Are we simply not chanting J.T. Miller's na…
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After a break for the Family Day long weekend, the podcast returns as the Vancouver Canucks wrap up a four-game slump by beating the Boston Bruins. Anna & Chris take stock of the situation, determine if the slump is actually bust, and discuss if Phil the Thrill is the solution to what ails the team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone…
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With an extra week off since the last episode (courtesy of water being introduced to Anna's laptop), Anna & Chris get back together to talk about the Canucks play as of late and wonder if the cracks we're starting to see are indication of a larger issue, or simply the result of a little rust after the NHL All-star break. The pair also discuss what …
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In the week before the NHL All-star break, Anna & Chris expected the Vancouver Canucks to acquire six out of a possible six points. Instead, they only got five. Whether it's due to suspect officiating, suspect defensive play, suspect line juggling, or a suspect pair of podcast hosts, the week didn't go entirely as planned. Learn more about your ad …
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The Canucks decide to keep Jim Rutherford around a little longer, still hope to keep Elias Pettersson around a little longer, and continue to keep the winning ways around a little longer. Not only that, Anna & Chris are called out for being cynical on the Canucks performance. The pair also have opinions on whether or not lines should have names. An…
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Contrary to the opinion of a couple podcast hosts, the Vancouver Canucks continue to find ways to win games while on the road. Anna & Chris recap the week that was, wonder how the team continues to find ways to grab two points from every game, and guess when they might encounter "that game" where two points isn't possible. The pair also discuss the…
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In the four games since our last episode - because the Canucks were rewarded with two lengthy breaks - the team has gone back & forth, alternating losses & wins. Tocchet has reunited the Lotto line to help generate some additional offense (and possibly give Pettersson a chance to play with skill), and the epic road trip continues. All-star voting h…
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In a very special episode, and what we think is a first for the podcast, Chris records a solo show for Christmas Day to recap the Vancouver Canucks week that was. And what a week that it was as the team finds itself atop the NHL standings. Plus Chris shares a few festive holiday memories of his and a few from some of our listeners. Music from #Uppb…
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Luongo is up on the ring, Kuzmenko has heard the message, and Dakota Joshua be scorin' all the goals. Anna & Chris reflect on their piss-poor point prognostications and wonder if it's finally time for them to become optimistic about the Canucks. And it's that time of year where they share their New Years Resolutions. Learn more about your ad choice…
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On a night where the greatest Canadian soccer player of all-time retires, the high-scoring Hughes derby took place at Rogers Arena. The Canucks also put up a pair of wins against the Wild & Hurricanes in uninspiring and somewhat inspiring fashion. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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With the Vancouver Canucks back from a quick trip to Calgary, and a week where they grabbed four of six points, Anna & Chris discuss what they liked most of what they saw and whether the team can continue to build on the success they continue to see - despite looking like a team that does things messy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaph…
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Quinn Hughes is definitely captain material. JT Miller is giving effs all over the ice. Brock Boeser is becoming the power forward we've always wanted him to be. And the rest of the team is taking note. The Vancouver Canucks go .500 in between two episodes and we're not at all upset. Boy is it good to watch exciting Canucks hockey again. And last b…
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Anna & Chris return after a brief Remembrance Day break to discover the Vancouver Canucks are still following their winning ways, despite a couple tough games in the last two. Not only that, as of recording the Canucks have three names at the top of the league scoring race. And who's got the best moustache (so far) on the team? Learn more about you…
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The Vancouver Canucks continue to win games and play some exciting hockey. Petey leads the league in scoring, Thatcher has Vezina-level stats, and Quinn is looking at the Norris and saying "how ya doin'?" Anna and Chris talk about what they liked about the past week, how the Canucks look to continue all the good they are doing on the ice as they he…
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The Vancouver Canucks got points from all three games this past week, and were it not for a hot goaltender and some cold officiating, were within reach of a three-for-three week of wins. Anna & Chris wonder if this version of the Canucks is the real deal and whether we can expect the good times to continue to roll. And with player safety & injuries…
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Three games into the season and Rick Tocchet has suggested the Vancouver Canucks, save for Thatcher Demko, are soft. Is it too early to castigate the team? And did we see the comment generate the desired outcome in Tampa Bay & Florida? And with it getting so close to Hallowe'en, Tyler Myers is channeling his inner-Mike Myers in an attempt to kill e…
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In the two weeks since Anna & Chris last spoke, the Vancouver Canucks added to their salary cup troubles by helping the Toronto Maple Leafs out of salary cap trough, beat the Edmonton Oilers twice back-to-back to get the NHL campaign underway, and the NHL continues to find ways to mess things up. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm…
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The NHL preseason is halfway through and the Canucks roster finally has a win. Anna and Chris discuss whether this should be concerning. The two also talk about the recent cuts the team made at the midway point and if any names being sent to Abbotsford are suprising. And with the Red Deer Rebels of the WHL making headlines for all the wrong reasons…
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Just after the Calgary Flames hung a ten spot against a visiting (and young) Canucks squad to open up the preseason, Anna & Chris get together to discuss the further changes they tempted out of team in changing their recording schedule. The pair also share their feelings on the off-season expectations of players, and wonder aloud if a trip to Bali …
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After learning a hard lesson in recording a day earlier, Anna & Chris repeat the mistakes of the past and do it again this week. Thankfully no earthshattering Canucks news dropped in the interim. The team now has a new captain in Quinn Hughes and he's doing captain-like things. Young Stars is wrapping up. And training camp is pretty much now. And t…
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On Monday, September 11 the Vancouver Canucks named Quinn Hughes their 15th captain in franchise history. On Sunday, September 10 Anna & Chris talked about the "rumours" Quinn was going to be the next Canuck to don the C. This is why you don't tempt the fates of the hockey Gods. Anna & Chris also talk about their expectations of three Canucks going…
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With the news that Elias Pettersson and the Canucks not continuing contract talks into the season, Anna & Chris wonder what the future holds for the relationship and whether the team can actually afford to keep Petey in a system that's designed to be competitive and win. The pair also discuss whether the Canucks will name a captain at the start of …
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It's been a few weeks since you last heard from Anna & Chris, and the Canucks decided to use that break as an opportunity to facilitate a rare August player signing. The pair react to the aquisition of Pius Suter and discuss where he might find himself in the lineup, what it means to a few other role players, and how the Canucks can fit him into an…
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It's quiet times with the Vancouver Canucks and despite going a couple of weeks between episodes, very little news. That doesn't stop Anna & Chris from talking about a handful of hockey-related topics. The pair also find a way to link Karl Marx to professional sports too. It's that kind of episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.…
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With the Vancouver Canucks taking a small step into free agent frenzy to with a handful of signings, Anna & Chris wonder if any will be enough to move the needle or if the Canucks are simply in stasis for the next couple of seasons. The pair also discuss the consolidation of professional hockey in the women's game, and if suspensions of "active ros…
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Two weeks ago the Vancouver Canucks suggested they could find a way to get out of salary cap hell via the trade market. Apparently that wasn't the case and a buyout of Oliver Ekman-Larsson was needed instead. Anna & Chris react to this news and wonder how the team now fills the ever-growing hole in the blue line to be competitive next season. The p…
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With the 2022-23 NHL season nearly at a close, Anna & Chris wonder if the Vegas model is the way to go in the NHL and if the Canucks can take a few pointers on how to put together a team. The pair also discuss the potential return to the league for both Joel Quenneville & Mike Babcock, whether it's deserved, and what might need to happen to show th…
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With the Vancouver Canucks celebrating the success of players in the runners-up competition - the World Championship - Anna & Chris share a few thoughts on Team Canada's gold medal and if the performance of a couple Canucks players could grease the trade skids a bit. And with the offseason also a time for the pair to go off the rails, considerably,…
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With Anna away, former co-host Clay Imoo taps in to talk Vancouver Canucks hockey with Chris. While the two original C4 hosts wax nostalgic a bit, Chris gets Clay to share his vision of the Canucks offseason and what moves - if any - can be made to make the team a playoff contender. The pair also discuss how the Stanley Cup playoffs have played out…
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After making some bold NHL playoff predictions last episode, Anna & Chris revisit them to see how things panned out over the course of the first round. The pair also share why Elias Pettersson won't be playing in the World Championship & give an update on the Abbotsford Canucks. And with it being the off-season, it's time for a new segment - Dream …
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The Vancouver Canucks 2022-23 season has officially come to a close. The lockers have been cleaned out. The sticks put away. And the end-of-season press conferences have been held. Anna & Chris take stock of everything they learned from what was said during the pressers, chat about the Abby Canucks kicking off their Calder Cup run, and provide a fe…
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With the Vancouver Canucks seeing just a couple of "mean-something" hockey games in their future, they do their best in one of them to help wreck the potential playoff party. Anna & Chris also talk about the Vancouver Canucks team awards, which - if any - they don't agree with, and whether the all the awards carry the same gravitas as they once did…
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The 2022-23 Stanley Cup dram has come to an end for the Vancouver Canucks. Much like the past few seasons, the Canucks have come up short at the end of the season after turning things around. Anna & Chris react to the news the Canucks don't have much mean anything hockey left, and finally get into NHL Awards chatter as they wonder if Quinn Hughes h…
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The Vancouver Canucks continue to win more games than they lose, putting more distance between them & a chance to win the Bedard sweepstakes. Anna & Chris discuss how this puts them in a position of conflict, as the chance of making the playoffs this season is ever so slim, yet there's little about this roster that suggests next season will be diff…
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With the Vancouver Canucks deciding to become one of the hottest teams in the league at the most inopportune time, Chris hops off the injured reserve to join Anna and share a few thoughts on the podcast. The pair discuss what's going so well, while doing so well could be bad, and if this is simply a repeat of seasons past where the team shows signs…
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With Chris on IR because just like Tucker Poolman, it was too early for him to be back on the ice, Anna is joined by “oldest” friend of the show, Patrick Johnston from The Province (@risingaction). Join them on a rollercoaster ride of emotions that has more back and forth than Canucks latest schedule as they discuss sad birthdays, sticky seats and …
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Going into the NHL trade deadline, Anna & Chris expected the Vancouver Canucks to be creative. Whether it was to find a way to offload a tough contract, or stock up the cupboard with picks to do that leading up to the draft, they thought it would be an interesting deadline nonetheless. They weren't wrong, yet they were so wrong. The pair pick apart…
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After a week off, Anna & Chris return to catch you up on how the Vancouver Canucks have done in an effort to win games or win draft position. The pair discuss the two trades that have taken place up to the moment they hit record, and take a quick spin around the league as deals are starting to come fast & frenzied. Learn more about your ad choices.…
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