Andrew and Bik discuss Patrick Mahomes' new contract, the richest in sports history, and debate whether the Canucks are in cap trouble going forward. Guests: Danny Kelly, The Ringer NFL writer; Colby Armstrong, Sportsnet NHL analyst; Dan Shulman, Sportsnet Blue Jays commentator.
Sat and Bik get you set for the weekend as they discuss the Canucks and their potential issues if the NHL moves forward with a flat cap. They are joined by Justin Bourne of Sportsnet and The Athletic, Sportsnet's Arash Madani, and Harry Gagnon of Odds Shark.
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Sat and Bik discuss the social media hubbub surrounding Jake Virtanen being spotted in a Vancouver nightclub on the same day players returned to the ice at Rogers Arena. Meanwhile pressure mounts on Washington's NFL team to change its name, and Antonio Brown could be bound for Seattle. Guests: Renaud Lavoie, TVA NHL insider; Ben Arthur, SeattlePI Seahawks beat reporter; Israel Fehr, The Athletic Vancouver writer/editor.
Sat and Bik discuss Quinn Hughes' comments on Reach Deep after the first on-ice training session at Rogers Arena for the Canucks since the league shut down for the pandemic back in March. And Minor League Baseball announces there will be no 2020 season, closing the door on a summer at The Nat for Vancouverites. Guests: Jeff Marek, Sportsnet NHL analyst and host of 31 Thoughts; Andy Dunn, Vancouver Canadians president; Arden Zwelling, Sportsnet MLB writer; Tim Bontemps, ESPN NBA writer; Barclay Parneta, Vancouver Giants GM.
Sat and Bik power-rank the possible outcomes of the remainder of the season for the Canucks, from winning the Cup to drafting Alexis Lafreniere and everything in between. Plus Cam Newton lands in New England, and Vancouver legend Tony Gallagher is honoured by his peers. Guests: Patrick Johnston, The Province Sports Canucks beat writer; Dan Riccio, SN650 host of Reach Deep and A Kick In The Grass; Mark Schofield, USA Today NFL QB expert.