Episode #225 – Justin Williams’ Fatherly Advice

The Conference Finals are here. So are the World Championships. And one of them features a whole lot more Canucks players than the other. Can you guess which one it is?

Geeta, P Mac and Ryan sit around the palatial estate considering the latest antics from Brad Marchand and discussing the Boston Bruins’ know-how when it comes to playoff hockey. Can their ‘schoolyard bully’ like approach to the game have the same effect if they reach the Stanley Cup Final? Or will a big and rugged St. Louis or San Jose team handle them with ease and matched toughness?

They also discuss Patrick Maroon’s heartfelt trip that brought him back to St. Louis to play for his hometown team and look at just how dominant the San Jose Sharks are playing this postseason.

The gang talks about their recent trip to Langley to watch the Vancouver Giants win game 5 against Prince Albert, as well as the collapse of the Ottawa 67’s following the injury of Canucks prospect Michael DiPietro.

Finally, they scoff at the Jamie Benn to Vancouver trade discussion, talk softball, Geeta’s thoughts on Game of Thrones and some other great listener questions.

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Support the show on Patreon! Pledge a coupla bucks (or $5) and get instant access to all our bonus content. This week The gang discuss their mother’s day activities, Ryan and Geeta shared their great dislike for frozen bread, Ryan gives context for his weekly Twitter posts and P Mac talks mispronouncing names during broadcasts.

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