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May 22: Renewing the Canucks/Wild rivalry
May 22 2020
Ron MacLean gives his thoughts on the new 24-team NHL playoff format, Vancouver Giants teammates Bowen Byram and Justin Sourdif face off in Under Pressure, and UBC’s female and male athletes of the year, Keylyn Filewich and Kieran Lumb, are featured on the Sportsnet 650 Honour Roll.
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Sportsnet 650 Honour Roll: UBC's Keylyn Filewich and Kieran Lumb
May 22 2020
UBC athletes of the year Keylyn Filewich and Kieran Lumb join James Cybulski and Perry Solkowski to talk about the highlights of their respective seasons. Lumb looks forward to qualifying for the Olympics in 2021 and Filewich relates to Michael Jordan's competitiveness watching 'The Last Dance' docuseries.
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Ron MacLean: On new NHL playoff format, Vancouver-Minnesota rivalry
May 22 2020
Ron MacLean joins James Cybulski and Perry Solkowski to share his favor for the 24-playoff team format, he also talks about the play-in round broadcasting rights and the Vancouver, Minnesota rivalry that we could see if hockey comes back.
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May 21: 2020 Stanley Cup Champions*
May 21 2020
Brian Burke joins The Starting Lineup with James Cybulski and Perry Solkowski to weigh in on the proposed expanded playoff format in the NHL. BC Hockey Chairman Bill Greene also talks about the plan to have a safe return to the ice for minor hockey.
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