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The Leos blew it against the Argos, can they bounce back in Winnipeg?

It’s gameday- Lowell Ullrich joins Patrick Johnston to set up the Lions’ fifth game of this season, the defence is all the talk.

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Casual Tuesday on Sutter to the Canucks and Tulo to the Blue Jays

Two teams with different aspirations, making trades.
It’s the easiest way to plan a podcast – especially when one of the trades happens while you’re recording! The podcast is Casual, but the news is not.

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Casual Tuesdays on Canucks plans, NHL expansion and more

Patrick Johnston and Steve Ewen discuss some important mid-summer sports topics.

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Talkin’ Lions and Riders, round two in Regina

On Province Sports Radio’s Talking Lions, Lowell Ullrich and Jonathan McDonald preview the Lions-Riders game and, strangely enough, are full of praise for a Lions offensive line that’s usually a source of concern.

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Casual Tuesdays on “The slowest sports week?”

Patrick Johnston and Steve Ewen discuss the Canucks in July and also look at what some say is the slowest week in sports.

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Province Sports Friday July 10 with Ed Willes

On Thursday, Province Sports columnist Ed Willes had a nice chat with Canucks president Trevor Linden, who’s heard the boos and the jeers in the couple of weeks since the NHL draft.

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Lions come home with a new look

Lowell Ullrich joins Patrick Johnston and Jonathan McDonald to set up the Leos’ second game of the season, their first at BC Place.

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Canucks summer moves, lacrosse love for Steve and more

Steve Ewen and Patrick Johnston dish on the 25th anniversary of throwback uniforms, what the Canucks plans seem to be in the wake of their front office clear-out (including beloved trainer Mike Burnstein?!), the loss of Shawn Matthias, and much more.

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Province Sports Friday July 3 with Ed Willes

Ed Willes joins Paul Chapman as they sift through the ashes of a week for the Vancouver Canucks that at best can be described as challenging, at worst a disaster. Core, popular players seemingly given away below market value, the rest of their division making big strides and the Canucks regressing had left Canuck fans shaking their heads.

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What direction are the Canucks taking?

Patrick Johnston, Jonathan McDonald and Paul Chapman are left scratching their heads over the message the Canucks are – and aren’t – sending about their team.

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