Nucks Misconduct: for Vancouver Canucks fans

Nucks Misconduct: for Vancouver Canucks fans

The official home for audio programming from Nucks Misconduct, SB Nation's community for fans of the Vancouver Canucks.

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September 10, 2021 34 min

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The Vancouver Canucks signed a ton of free agents but the two most important RFAs are left unsigned (for now). Braden Holtby and Nate Schmidt bolted out of Vancouver, marking the end of in hindsight a disastrous 2020 free-agent window for Jim Benning. The team will be much better for the moves made last Wednesday, but the long-term implications have to be ignored. Harman Dayal of The Athletic joins the show to give his thoughts on ...

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Bio: The 2021 NHL Free Agent Frenzy made hockey fans everywhere forget about COVID and the flat cap. While hockey men won't change, the culture sure as hell needs to...

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Eh if you're reading this, listen to those who want to talk. L I S T E N. Thanks.

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This episode is dedicated to Trevor Beggs. Love you dawg.

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Jimbo went all-in on Friday with a salary cap allocating trade that makes the team no doubt better now, but the future is less clear. Garland makes the top nine for the Canucks formidable, but what about the impact OEL will have on the blueline? Is he a legit top-pairing defencemen or a bonafide scrub? Make no mistake about it, this team is not rebuilding any longer. Sean Warren of Point Shot Hockey and the Area 51 Sports Network j...

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So, who's going to be better in 2021-22...the Canucks or the Kraken?


Hosts Kyle and Trevor make some spicy proclamations about the Pacific Northwest's 2nd best city on the latest episode of Silky N' Filthy.

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Jason Dickinson is the new 3rd line centre for the Vancouver Canucks, and we can chalk this up as a W for Jimbo. There were not any surprises with the Canucks exposed list for the Seattle expansion draft — thus, nothing of value will be lost. Scott Wheeler of The Athletic joins the podcast to preview all things 2021 NHL Draft for us. Who should the Canucks be targeting at 9? What do we make of the defensive prospects, and will any ...

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Like a couple of leeches in your ears, Beggsy and Kyle Bhawan return for a long-awaited episode of Silky N' Filthy. Kyle reveals the truth on the hiatus, while the boys catch up on the Canucks ahead of the expansion draft. The episode ends with a review of some perfect...and horrible...predictions that the boys made prior to the 2020-21 NHL season.

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Italy has won the European Championship, and we're on cloud nine right now. Duncan Keith is heading to the Oilers, and our long national nightmare is over. OEL is seemingly in the news (again), and it appears the game plan for Schmidt is to move off him to get another big name in. Chris Faber of the Canucks Conversation podcast and Canucks Army joins the show to talk about those rumours, the upcoming expansion draft for the Can...

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Nate Schmidt may want out of Vancouver, and if he does the Canucks shouldn't have trouble finding a suitor. Duncan Keith is reportedly wanting to play in Western Canada, and we don't want any part of it. Bik Nizzar of Sportsnet 650 joins the show to talk about all that, how the Canucks can use the expansion draft to improve the team, Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes' contract, and Euro 2020. We end the show with two pl...

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A bit of a shorter episode because it's just too damn hot right now. The Sedins are officially back, and the low-key profile they seem keen on taking will help them. Israel Fehr joins the podcast to talk about the Sedins joining the playoffs, whether it is important that the Canucks make the playoffs, Euro 2020 so far, and much more. We end the show with our preview of Montreal and Tampa in the Stanley Cup final, and we think t...

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We're back to our regular format, and that's probably it on this show for 2011 talk. We catch up on a lot of Canucks news that we missed from the past couple of weeks from the team reshuffling its assistant coaches, what to do with the 9th overall pick, the expansion draft, and what the hell is going on with the Sedins. Rob Williams of Daily Hive joins the podcast to talk all that, Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes' con...

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The 2011 Stanley Cup playoffs are an indelible memory for many fans of the Vancouver Canucks. It was the greatest team this franchise has ever had, that, unfortunately, fell short of their ultimate goal. On the 10 year anniversary of Game 7 against the Boston Bruins and the end of the playoff run, we have a member of the 2011 Canucks Victor Oreskovich on the podcast.

Victor joins us to talk about his first impression of the Canucks...

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Vasili Podkolzin has signed with the Vancouver Canucks, and that marks the end of super rookies that will make an immediate impact on the roster. Vancouver will be picking 9th at the 2021 NHL Entry Draft, and it's important to keep that first-round pick — don't trade it away Jimbo. Patrick Johnston of The Province joins the show to talk about how the past season went astray, 2011 memories (21:00), Podkozlin's role as a ...

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The Seth Jones to Vancouver train is leaving the station, and we break down if he would be a good fit with this Canucks team as currently constructed. For the first time in the history of our podcast, we have a recurring guest as Sportsnet 650's Satiar Shah joins the podcast to talk about Seth Jones, review the season that was for the Canucks, and give an update on Henrik and Daniel Sedin's role with the organization. We en...

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Jim Benning made an appearance on the Donnie & Dhali show and gave us some insights into the future of this team. They still have faith in Olli Juolevi, Ian Clark could very much be back, and the goal is to make the playoffs — which may not be a bad thing. He also answered the #firebenning movement, which has the potential soon to cross the line. We end the show with our thoughts on the Stanley Cup Playoffs thus far.

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It was an eventful season, especially in a shortened one just played in Canada. But in the end, nothing really changed and that's kind of depressing. Jim Benning said he wants to be "aggressive", sending fans into a panic but should he be trying to be aggressive with the expansion draft? Kyle Bhawan joins the podcast to talk about the Canucks bringing Jim Benning back as GM, and why he can't support it in any way. W...

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Jimbo pulled it off yet again — he somehow survived and will be the GM of your Vancouver Canucks heading into next season. It would have been the perfect time to cut bait, but ownership had other ideas. We get into the press conference from this morning, and it shows that Jim Benning has a mandate, and it's to hope he makes the playoffs. We end the show with a discussion on Travis Green's contract extension, and why the tim...

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Jim Benning watch is officially on — this week will be huge in determining his future in Vancouver. Some players like Tyler Graovac are still trying but unfortunately, it's at a point in the season where it just frustrates people on Team Tank. Cody Severtson of The Creasecast joins the show to talk about some young players from Utica (soon to be Abbotsford) and their future with the team, and of course, we dive into the managem...

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