Hear Jian's chat with Don Cherry by clicking here or on the listen button, or watch it in the window embedded below.
, the colourful and sometimes controversial commentator, has brought his trademark opinions, proclamations and -- of course -- signature
suits to the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
Jian speaks with the Coach's Corner co-host about the highly-anticipated start of hockey at Sochi 2014, his predictions for both the men's and women's game, and why he hasn't changed his mind about Russian hockey players.
Cherry predicts both the men's and women's teams will make it to the very end, with only the U.S. teams challenging their dominance.
And for the "fiercely Canadian" broadcaster, it's gold or bust.
"It doesn't mean anything if you're second in hockey," Cherry says, adding that Canadians hearts will be broken if their teams don't own the podium in hockey.
Don Cherry, right, and Ron MacLean host a special edition of Coach's Corner at the Winter Olympics in Sochi (CBC)