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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


  • Mar 12

    JPat and Botch have recorded a new podcast in which they discuss the signing of Quinn Hughes and what his arrival means for the Vancouver Canucks. When will he make his NHL debut? And how will the hockey club handle him over the remainder of this season? The guys discuss Jim Benning's latest address to the media after the Hughes signing and they also review the week that was including an overtime win against Toronto and another mismatch versus Vegas. Plus, they predict how many wins the Canucks have in them over the final 13 games of the season.

  • Mar 5

    The Patcast: Now what?

    JPat and Botch dig into what went wrong on the Canucks three-game winless road trip. They weigh in on the team’s recent struggles and give their thoughts on what to expect over the final 16 games. Plus they look forward to the pending addition of Quinn Hughes and try to figure out how he’ll adapt to life in the NHL

  • Feb 26

    The Patcast: Guddy's Gone

    On this week’s Patcast, JPat and Botch look back at the Canucks at the trade deadline. They break down the Erik Gudbranson deal and reflect on his time in Vancouver. They also assess Jim Benning’s deadline day as a whole — what was done and what wasn’t done. And what are the Canucks getting in Tanner Pearson. The guys have some thoughts on that, too.

  • Feb 20

    Jeff and Botch got together at Canucks practice this morning to record a new podcast ahead of Monday’s NHL trade deadline. What do they expect in terms of activity from the Canucks? Is there any chance the team is surprisingly active on the trade front? The guys discuss Jake Virtanen’s rib injury and reflect on the two halves of his season. And they weigh in on the primary area of concern for the organization moving forward.

  • Feb 15

    The Patcast: Youth Movement

    Jeff and Botch have recorded a new Patcast at the end of a busy week for the Canucks. It was a week that saw three young players make their NHL debuts plus it featured the return of rookie Adam Gaudette to a roster already being led by Elias Pettersson, Brock Boeser and Bo Horvat. The guys discuss the contributions of the young players and how those may impact the team's plans ahead of the trade deadline and beyond. They also assess the latest rash of injuries to hit the hockey club and try to get the bottom of why the Canucks are constantly losing key players. And they marvel at the past two games for Troy Stecher, who has taken on a wild workload in the absence of other veterans on the blueline.

  • Feb 6

    The Patcast: Hot Air from the Windy City

    With a busy news week for the Vancouver Canucks, Jeff and Botch fired up their podcasting machine in Chicago and dove into the latest developments involving the hockey club. What kind of short and long term impact will Alex Edler's injury have on the hockey club. How much work is too much work for Jacob Markstrom without an NHL proven understudy? What can the Canucks and Brock Boeser learn from Auston Matthews new contract in Toronto? And who knew Jay Beagle was so damn popular in Washington. The guys recap a remarkable reaction for the former Capital in his return to DC.

  • Feb 2

    JPat and Botch have come charging out of the All Star break with a brand new Patcast from Denver. The guys weigh in on the on-going Elias Pettersson personality debate. They rehash Jim Benning's appearance on TSN1040 and try to figure out what it all means ahead of this month's NHL trade deadline.

  • Jan 24

    The Patcast: Break Time

    As the Canucks go quiet for a week, JPat and Botch get to work recording a new podcast in the wake of Wednesday’s 5-2 loss to Carolina. Was the game a wake-up call for the coaching staff and management or just one of those nights that happens over the course of an 82-game schedule? The guys address glaring issues on defence and try to figure reasons for the Canucks slow starts recently. Plus your chance to win a $200 Iron Kingdom prize pack.

  • Jan 17

    The Patcast: The Biggest Game in Years

    JPat and Botch recorded a new Patcast after the Canucks and Oilers battled in what some were calling the biggest game in years in this city. Did it live up to the hype? The guys eagerly await the return of Elias Pettersson to the Canucks line-up. It’s just not the same without him. Botch lays out a comprehensive plan to get Nikolay Goldobin out of the coach’s dog house and turn him into an NHL goal-scorer. They discuss why Bo Horvat can’t buy a goal these days. They remember Michael Del Zotto’s time in Vancouver and after Botch’s story on Elias Pettersson this week, they debate the value of a retweet.

  • Jan 11

    JPat and Botch are back at it with a new podcast in which they examine the Vancouver Canucks defence. The guys try to figure out the optimal pairings and take a big picture look at what the blue line might look like next season. They also discuss the team's struggles without Elias Pettersson and with just one game on the schedule this week the guys spend more time talking about the Arizona Coyotes than they probably should.