My good friends Mike Murie and Jeremy Wiebe host CIVL radio’s official sports talk show, Mike and Jere on the Air. It’s a thoroughly enjoyable show and both Mike and Jeremy have a very broad base of sports knowledge.
On Sunday night, I joined them for the entire hour-long show, discussing the firing of Alain Vigneault, Rick Bowness, and Newell Brown, as well as a few of the head coaching candidates for Vigneault’s former position.
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The Canucks talk starts about 18 minutes in, preceded by discussion of the NBA playoffs and other, related topics. We also touch on the Patrick Roy hiring in Colorado as well as some local hockey news, as Abbotsford Heat goaltender Danny Taylor has signed in Europe.
The podcast also features two of the recurring features on Mike and Jere: “Give Your Cabeza a Shake” and the “Rocketman Tweet of the Week,” which is literally just a segment where they discuss their favourite Brett Lawrie tweet of the last week. It’s as silly as it sounds.
I provided the “Give Your Cabeza a Shake” for Sunday’s show, going on a rant about roundabouts and four-way stops. I am very passionate about roundabouts, as you will find out if you listen to the podcast.
Incidentally, it turns out that the Township of Langley is putting in a roundabout at the 232nd exit. I rescind my demand that they give their respective cabezas a shake. I sincerely apologize.Tags: Alain Vigneault, canucks podcasts, Newell Brown, Podcast, Rick Bowness