Reach Deep

Make sure to join Randip Janda & Dan Riccio as they delve into the stories that Vancouver sports fans care about most.

Recent Episodes
April 3: The Modern Day Maharaja
Apr 3, 2020
Apr 3, 2020
April 3: The Modern Day Maharaja

Dan Riccio and Randip Janda debate whether pro baseball or pro basketball would be a better fit for Vancouver after a report that the Arizona Diamondbacks have looked at playing in BC Place, and tee up a big weekend for the WWE as WrestleMania 36 goes ahead this Saturday and Sunday. Guests: Jinder Mahal, WWE superstar; Dave Pagnotta, The Fourth Period NHL insider; John Garrett, Sportsnet Canucks colour man.

Apr 2, 2020
April 2: Kole's Notes

Dan Riccio and Randip Janda recall the most controversial finishes in sports history, the movie talk continues as the boys pick their Top 4 actors of the modern era, and Kole Lind joins the show to reflect on his season. Guests: David Rosen, occupational therapist with Bayshore Therapy; Irfaan Gaffar, Canucks insider; Kole Lind, Canucks prospect.

Apr 1, 2020
April 1: Riccio judges your junk

Dan Riccio and Randip Janda assess the value of listeners' old hockey cards and rare sports memorabilia after Andrew Walker recounts Dan savaging his collection. They also review the first #ReachDeepMovieNight film selection, Training Day. Guests: Cam Robinson, Dobber Hockey prospect guru; Shane O'Brien, former Canucks defenseman; Dan Murphy, Sportsnet Canucks TV host.

Mar 31, 2020
March 31: Most Overrated NHLers

Dan Riccio and Randip Janda talk the best offensive defensemen in Canucks history, select a film for the first Reach Deep Movie Night, and tackle the one subject the NHLPA player poll won't tackle: most overrated player. Guests: Caroline Cameron, Sportsnet host; Adrian Aucoin, former Canucks defenseman; Harman Dayal, The Athletic Vancouver; Chris Hebb, BCHL Commissioner.

Mar 30, 2020
Mar 30: Eddie Lack's Retirement

Dan and Randip continue to broadcast from home as they discuss the continued implications of COVID-19 on the world of sports. They are joined by recently retired former Canuck Eddie Lack, Sportsnet Central host Brendan Dunlop, and Sportsnet's NHL insider Chris Johnston.