Mike Gillis talks about draft failings, Stanley Cup Final, in candid radio interview

Toronto Sun
Mike Gillis talks about draft failings, Stanley Cup Final, in candid radio interview
Mike Gillis talks about draft failings, Stanley Cup Final, in candid radio interview

In a free-wheeling and illuminating two hours of sports talk radio, Gillis sounded like a wiser, more experienced version of the man who assembled the greatest team in Canucks history. Mike Gillis made his long-awaited return to the Vancouver media landscape Wednesday, sitting in with Matt Sekeres and Blake Price of TSN 1040 for two hours of surprisingly candid radio. Gillis, who was notoriously terse and tight-lipped in his radio appearances as a General Manager, was far more open Wednesday, especially as it pertained to his mistakes as a GM. “My biggest regret in actually running the Vancouver Canucks was that I didn't change the scouting staff and system early enough,” Gillis said early in

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