The Botch is back! Our most popular guest ever returns for his third appearance on the #LoBcast, and there is some tension in the basement. Kudos related tension (the worst kind). We continue to chase sponsors, as well as discussing Ryan Kesler, the Canucks draft, the coaching vacancy and more. Plus your questions from Twitter.
It's the offseason, and after swearing a vow of silence as long as the Boston Bruins were in the playoffs (that's what we're going with), the boys are back in the basement. So join us as we discuss the NHL playoffs, John Tortorella's coaching methods, Jim Benning's hydration, Ryan Kesler's trade value, X-Men movies, Wyatt's trip to EA sports and overly personal roller hockey chirps. All that, plus your questions from Twitter and some delicious mini bhakarwadi and Pure Leaf unsweetened tea.
Hot on the heels of episode 50, the boys are back in the basement to discuss recent Canucks struggles, the derailment of the Jensen train and more importantly, the epic ball hockey showdown from this past Saturday night featuring many, MANY show contributers from Twitter. We did our best not to make an entire show of that, so we also discuss Las Vegas, Wrestlemania and MLB opening day (briefly). All that, plus your questions from Twitter.
After some brutal scheduling delays and Canucks struggles since the trade deadline, the band is back for our 50th episode. Join Wyatt, j.Bow and producer John as they discuss Nicklas Jensen, the Canucks playoffs likelihood, heartwarming moments on Ellen and Tank Jobs. All that, plus a supersized "Questions from Twitter" because we wouldn't have gotten to 50 without support. (Note: Parts of the episode were filmed for a forthcoming video)
It's NHL Trade Deadline day, and the Canucks are in desperate need of something, anything to right this quick sinking ship. Roberto Luongo cannot help us, as he was delt "home" to the Florida Panthers yesterday. But during the deadline at least the Canucks did... umm... deal Diaz? We discuss that, and have our anticipated "Jurassic Park III" quiz and answer you questions from Twitter.
CANADA RULES! Once again, Canada gave the rest of the world "The D" and won Gold Medals in Men's and Women's hockey. Wyatt & Bow discuss that, other favourite Olympic memories, Canucks playoff chances, Ryan Kesler trade rumours AND Wyatt ambushes Bow with another Jurassic Park quiz, this time on "The Lost Word". All that, plus your questions answered from Twitter.
No losses for the Canucks this week (due to the Olympics) so we dive right in to how Team Canada is performing, and who we think is the "Maple Leaf MVP" at this stage in the tourney. Also, we talk Canucks trades, struggles and whether or not Eddie Lack can return to the show. Plus, Wyatt ambushes Bow with a "Jurassic Park" quiz and the boys answer your questions from twitter.
Man oh man, the road trip from hell (another one of those already?) ended badly as the Canucks lost to the Toronto Maple Leafs in T.O. for the first time in 11 years. The good news is that the Winter Olympics be happening and there is a nice distraction. Guest host Nate Leach (@leachnathan) joins in as we discuss Canucks struggles, trades, Team Canada and Bow's first snowboarding excursion. All that, plus questions from Twitter.
After the fallout from our massive undertaking (The Canucks Royal Rumble), the Legion boys are back in the basement for the usual podcast episode. Listen now as we discuss the Canucks' struggles (nearly all of them), The Dale Weise trade, Torts' return, the Seahawks winning the worst Super Bowl ever and Drunk Bowman being an emotional assassin at a Wedding. All that, plus Wyatt goes down on UFC and all your questions from Twitter (well, most of them)
We're coming in loud and clear this week as the LoB went after our technical difficulties like John Tortorella went after the Calgary Flames. Of course we discuss that this week, as well as the Canucks disatrous road trip, NFL conference championship Sunday, Richard Sherman being amazing, ECCW wrestling at the Commodore and how Drunk Bowman made 2 enemies in the span of 5 minutes on Saturday night. All that, plus Qwitter (questions from Twitter... obviously)