Canucks Prospect Lind Snubbed Again
Vancouver Canucks prospect, Kole Lind was snubbed from the Canadian 2018 World Junior Championship roster and now he’s been robbed of a WHL All-Star roster spot, despite chalking up 95 points in 58 games for the Kelowna Rockets. Giants F Ty Ronning and G David Tendeck were named to the 2nd Western Conference all-star team. […]
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Canucks Jonathan Dahlen Dominating the Allsvenskan
With 11 games left in the 2017-18 season for the Vancouver Canucks, who are third-to-last in the NHL standings, all eyes are now on the future. Prospects are a very hot topic in Canucks media at the moment, and one name that is making some waves is Jonathan Dahlen, who is lighting it up in […]
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Canucks Missed out on Ty Ronning
If you watched the Vancouver Canucks during the 90’s, chances are you’re very familiar with the name ‘Ronning’. Cliff Ronning was an integral part of the Canucks’ 1994 Cup-running team, but now, his son is the one making his mark for a Vancouver hockey club. However, it’s not the Canucks, but rather the Giants of […]
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Vancouver Canucks Should Target Christian Wolanin
Who the hell is Christian Wolanin? That’s a good question, considering most people have never heard the name before. He’s flown under the radar for most of his young career, but he’s exploded this season with the University of North Dakota and according to reports, he might take his chances with NHL free agency. Enter, […]
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Canucks Adam Gaudette Continues to Dominate NCAA
With the Vancouver Canucks’ 2017-18 season inching closer to its conclusion, talk of prospects is escalating. Adam Gaudette, one of those prospects, has been tearing up the NCAA and it has the Canucks and fans very, very excited. The two-way center just received his second consecutive Hockey Commissioners’ Association National Division Player of the Month (January/February) […]
Canucks Top 4 Prospects 2018
The Vancouver Canucks have one of the best prospect pools in the NHL with talent dominating in Sweden, college hockey and the CHL. The future is very bright for the boys in blue and green and the hype is very, very real. Craig Button’s top-50 prospects list is riddled with Canucks. Perhaps what separates the Canucks […]
Canucks Prospect Kole Lind One-on-One
Last week, the Vancouver Canucks signed Kole Lind to a three-year, entry-level contract. The last year of Lind’s hockey career has been quite spectacular, ranging from his draft to his contract signing and everything that fell in between. I had the honor of speaking with the 19-year-old Saskatchewan product and got to ask him about […]
Canucks New First-Liner Brendan Leipsic
The Vancouver Canucks acquired 23-year-old Brendan Leipsic at the 2018 trade deadline and he’s already made quite the impression chalking up two assists in his Canucks debut in a tight contest against the New York Rangers. Leipsic appeared to be a good fit on the team’s top line with Bo Horvat and Brock Boeser, tacking […]
Canucks Sign Lind to Entry Level Contract
The Vancouver Canucks finally inked Kelowna Rockets forward Kole Lind to a three-year entry level contract. The 19-year-old has been shredding the WHL with the Rockets and has certainly earned his shot with the Canucks. #Canucks ink Kole Lind to three-year entry level contract; @klind13 has 85 points in 51 games with the @Kelowna_Rockets this […]
Darren Archibald is the Beast the Canucks Need
Following the unfortunate and early retirement of the Vancouver Canucks’ Derek Dorsett, a big role has been left vacant in the Canucks lineup — physicality. Enter, Darren Archibald. Standing at 6-foot-3 and 210 pounds, Archibald is a big man and with his skating abilities, he’s somebody who you want to be vigilant of every time […]
Olli Juolevi: Should You Believe the Hype?
The Vancouver Canucks selected Finnish defender Olli Juolevi fifth overall in the 2016 NHL entry draft. He’s been hyped to be the future of the Canucks’ blue line but the question is, should you believe the hype? He was the highest drafted defenceman in 2016, but so far, he’s been outclassed by some fellow draft-mates. […]
Canucks Call-Ups Making Statements
The Vancouver Canucks have seen a very healthy amount of injuries this season (pun intended) and they’ve relied heavily on assistance from their Utica Comets — the team has called up a handful of players to fill voids and for the most part, they’ve really made a statement and presented a case for them sticking […]
Adam Gaudette: Dominating NCAA & Beanpot Hero
Things are really heating up for the Vancouver Canucks… when it comes to their prospects. All over the world, from Utica all the way to Sweden and Finland, Canucks prospects are dominating their respective leagues — Adam Gaudette is holding down the fort at the college level. Gaudette is easily one of the best players […]
Should the Canucks Trade Ben Hutton?
Here we are again, with another trade deadline approaching, hopes rising and rumors swirling. The Vancouver Canucks have been the subject of a healthy amount of rumors this season and the most recent one involves defender Ben Hutton. The team isn’t exactly shopping him around, but no one is completely off the table. From an […]
Canucks Reid Boucher is an AHL Stud
Amidst the Vancouver Canucks’ plethora of young talent is Reid Boucher, a young man who is lighting up the AHL for the Utica Comets. Boucher has 115 NHL games under his belt with three different teams — the Nashville Predators, New Jersey Devils and, you guessed it, the Canucks. At 24, his ceiling is high […]
Canucks 2018 Deadline Wishlist
The 2018 NHL trade deadline is officially under a month away and things are heating up as it draws near — the Vancouver Canucks have some players on the market and are labeled as sellers, but there are also a few things the team needs for the future. Last season, Jim Benning pleasantly surprised everyone […]
Sedins Are Making Their Case
If you’re a Vancouver Canucks fan, or even a hockey fan, you know who Henrik and Daniel Sedin are. What you don’t know is whether or not this will be the twins’ last season as Canucks — or even NHL players. Talks of the Sedins’ future have been a very, very hot topic throughout the […]
Should Canucks Target Hometown Kane?
The NHL trade deadline is fast-approaching and teams are gearing up to make any last-minute additions to their club before the playoffs or, like the Vancouver Canucks, they’re preparing for the future. Quite a few strong assets are on the market, including the Buffalo Sabres’ Evander Kane, who is becoming a unrestricted free agent on […]
The Long-Awaited Return of Bo Horvat
Injuries derailed the surprisingly competitive Vancouver Canucks in December, and they haven’t quite recovered just yet. Star players were hitting injured reserve left and right and Bo Horvat was hands-down the biggest loss. Horvat suffered a fracture in his foot on Dec. 5 against the Carolina Hurricanes, but he has been cleared to practice and […]
Is Olli Juolevi Ready for the NHL?
The Vancouver Canucks have a healthy crop of young and upcoming talent in the system and on the blue line, and Olli Juolevi is the frontrunner. The 19-year-old Finn is a dynamic defender that has excelled on numerous stages ranging from the OHL to the SM-Liiga in Finland. Juolevi’s terrific skating ability gives him the […]
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