Trevor Linden joined BMac and Taylor on Wednesday afternoon, discussing a variety of hockey-related topics.
First on the slate was the passing of former Canuck and Soviet Union standout Vladimir Krutov, who passed away Wednesday morning at the age of 52. Linden was a teammate of Krutov’s during the 89-90 season in Vancouver.
Linden also discussed the possibility of a lockout this coming season as the NHL and NHLPA fight over a new Collective Bargaining Agreement. Linden, who was President of the PA during the last labour stoppage, told the boys he “wouldn’t be surprised to see a couple months go down”, but couldn’t see a labour stoppage extend into December.
He also commented on Roberto Luongo’s time in Vancouver and shared his thoughts on the possibilities of Luongo being traded this offseason.
Hear the full interview here: TrevorLinden_with_BMacAndTaylor_June6~