Vancouver Canucks Defenceman Kevin Bieksa joined Jeff Paterson from the team's annual Dice and Ice charity event and reluctantly touched on his optimism in quickly returning from last weeks surgery on his broken left hand. He spoke about how tough it was to sit out and why Bell lets talk day is such an important initiative.
Smith: Lynch setting terrible precedent
ESPN's Stephen A Smith joins Sekeres and Price from Radio Row at the Super Bowl, suggesting Marshawn Lynch should be fined every time he makes a mockery of the media availability process.
Crawford: Canucks lack of toughness, physicality apparent vs. Ducks
Marc Crawford joins Jake and Dave for the Canucks Breakfast, saying the Canucks need to have everyone on board to be competitive against the Ducks, and without the physicality of Kevin Bieksa and Derek Dorsett for a stretch of the game, Vancouver was at an immediate disadvantage.
Corrado: Canucks don't have time to dwell on losses
Canucks defenceman Frank Corrado joins Jake and Dave, saying the team can't afford to dwell on losses following Tuesday's 4-1 loss to the Ducks. Carrado also talks about his adjustment from the AHL to the NHL.
Canucks come up empty versus Anderson, Ducks
Frederik Andersen had to make just 17 saves for the third shutout of his career Tuesday as the Anaheim Ducks downed the Vancouver Canucks 4-0. Matt Beleskey, Kyle Palmieri, Rickard Rackell and Patrick Maroon scored for Anaheim (32-10-6), which sits tops in the NHL's overall standings and has won six straight and eight of its last nine.
McKenzie: Canucks would like to add top-six forward prior to deadline
TSN hockey insider Bob McKenzie joins the Bro Jake Show to discuss how the Canucks would like to add a top-six forward by the deadline, but the cost may be prohibitive. McKenzie also said the Ducks are clearly looking to bulk up at the deadline, as Bob Murray views his team as a strong Stanley Cup contender.
Botchford: Canucks felt like they had to trade Kesler when they did
Jason Botchford joins Jake and Dave for the Canucks Breakfast and says that although the Ryan Kesler trade didn't net the return the Canucks wanted, the organization felt like they had to move him quickly in the summer instead of letting the situation fester through the off-season.
Bieksa undergoes successful hand surgery, will miss 6-8 weeks
Vancouver Canucks defenceman Kevin Bieksa underwent successful hand surgery last week and on Tuesday the team announced that he will be out for six-to-eight weeks as a result.
Berger: Let's talk Super Bowl 49, not 'Deflate-Gate'
NFL Insider Mitch Berger joins the Bro Jake Show on Super Bowl media day in Phoenix, saying he believes the talk will finally switch to the game and away from 'Deflate-Gate.'
TH: Canucks hoping for second-half success
Who will the Canucks have to continue to rely on and who will they need to step up in order to have second half success? That's Hockey has more.
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