Canucks Seeing the Potential Demko Showed at Boston College
The Vancouver Canucks are back in the playoff race thanks mostly to the brilliant play of Thatcher Demko. He is firmly entrenched as the starting goaltender and does not look ...
Matthew Beniers – 2021 NHL Draft Prospect Profile
Matthew Beniers 2020-21 Team: Michigan Wolverines (#10)Date of Birth: Nov 5, 2002Place of Birth: Hingham, MA, USAHt: 6-foot-1 Wt: 174 poundsShoots: LeftPosition: CNHL Draft Eligibility: 2021 first-year eligible Rankings NHL ...
Ranking NHL Teams By Goaltenders
Now that the 2019-20 NHL season is over and the Stanley Cup playoffs are in full swing, it’s time to rank the teams by position once again. Starting with the goaltenders since that position seems the most solidified on paper across the league as of today. When it comes to ranking goaltenders, starters still carry […]
How Many Conn Smythes Is Elias Pettersson Going To Win?
The Vancouver Canucks have been led by two players this postseason, Elias Pettersson and Bo Horvat. If they somehow manage to go all the way and win the Stanley Cup, they both will be in the conversation for the Conn Smythe Trophy. Though, if I had to choose between the two, Pettersson would ultimately win […]
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Canucks Could Surprise Golden Knights in Second Round Series
For the first time since 2011, the Vancouver Canucks are in the second round of the playoffs after dispatching the defending Stanley Cup champions, St. Louis Blues in six games. For a team that was given slim to no chance of making the playoffs this season, they are surprising everyone with their speed, skill, and […]
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Canucks Prospect Spotlight: Jett Woo
The Vancouver Canucks have a lot of exciting prospects in their pipeline right now, so I thought it would be great to get to know more about them. In this series, I will endeavor to point a spotlight on every prospect they currently have in their system. You will find out about their journey before […]
Canucks Could Use These Former Teammates Right Now
After squandering a 2-0 series lead, the Vancouver Canucks are now in tough against their Western Conference rival St. Louis Blues. Ever since Game 3, they have struggled with their size, speed, and relentless forecheck which has prompted thoughts that they may not have the bodies to ultimately win the series and move on to […]
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Canucks Need To Make Some Changes for Game 4
The Vancouver Canucks’ bubble burst on Sunday with their first postseason defeat since the 3-0 debacle in Game 1 of the qualifying series against the Minnesota Wild. The St. Louis Blues pressured them all night long with a relentless forecheck and eventually won it on an overtime breakaway by Brayden Schenn. Now the Canucks need […]
Canucks Benefiting From Pettersson & Hughes’ Maturity
When the playoffs began against the Minnesota Wild at the beginning of August, there were some concerns about how Quinn Hughes and Elias Pettersson would handle the extra pressure. Fast forward two weeks and they both have shown maturity beyond their years helping the Vancouver Canucks to a 2-0 series lead against the reigning Stanley […]
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Canucks Playoff Success Will Be Powered By Horvat’s Complete Game
Vancouver Canucks captain Bo Horvat may not be the dynamic forward Elias Pettersson is, but he is definitely the glue that holds this upstart team together. Ever since he was drafted ninth overall in 2013, he was touted as a future captain armed with innate leadership abilities and an impressive two-way game in his arsenal. […]
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Canucks vs. Blues Playoff Series: How Do They Match Up?
The Vancouver Canucks will meet the defending Stanley Cup champions in the first round of the playoffs, and honestly, they are a much better matchup than the Dallas Stars. They at least looked good against the St. Louis Blues in the regular season where they finished with a winning record, as opposed to the Stars […]
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Canucks’ Youth and Experience Combine For Series Win
After four long seasons of futility, the Vancouver Canucks are finally back in the Stanley Cup playoffs. You can thank Quinn Hughes and Chris Tanev for that. They weren’t the only reason for the team’s success in the qualifying round against the Minnesota Wild, but they were a huge part of it. Hughes was dynamic […]
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Canucks Unsung Heroes Were Key in Game 2
The Vancouver Canucks finally have a postseason win after four seasons of futility. The play-in series against the Minnesota Wild is now tied at one and the best-of-five has now become a best-of-three. The reunited Lotto Line of Elias Pettersson, JT Miller, and Brock Boeser helped make that happen with four points between them. Though, […]
3 Canucks Who Need Better Performances in Game 2
The Vancouver Canucks opened up the pursuit for their first Stanley Cup in franchise history with a shutout loss to the stingy Minnesota Wild on Sunday night and will be looking for redemption in Game 2 on Tuesday. The Canucks were blanketed all night by the sound defensive structure of the Wild led by head […]
7 Takeaways From Canucks’ Exhibition Loss to the Jets
Four months and 18 days, that’s how long it was since the Vancouver Canucks played a hockey game of any kind. So you can imagine what it was like for Canucks Nation to finally see the likes of Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes or any Canuck for that matter show off their skills on Wednesday […]
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Canucks Prospects Juolevi & Rafferty Will Benefit From Bubble Life
The Vancouver Canucks have wrapped up their training camp in Vancouver and are now beginning bubble life in Edmonton. Earlier on Sunday, they whittled down their roster by cutting forward Kole Lind, goaltender Mike DiPietro and finally defencemen Ashton Sautner and Guillaume Brisebois to bring it to the required amount of players for the hub […]
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Canucks Training Camp: Ferland’s Impact, Markstrom, X-Factors & More
Don’t look now but the Vancouver Canucks are only one week away from opening their play-in series against the Minnesota Wild. Playoff hockey is just around the corner and the players are chomping at the bit to get going, as the last couple of scrimmages have shown an extra level of competitiveness and intensity. It’s […]
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Canucks Have Options for 3rd and 4th Lines in Playoffs
The Vancouver Canucks have a lot of depth in the bottom half of their lineup with an upwards of ten players they could slot in on the third and fourth lines. It’s a good problem to have, but when it comes time to finalize the opening line combinations for the play-in series against the Minnesota […]
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Canucks’ Top 5 Agitators of All Time
The Vancouver Canucks have had many greats over the years, from exciting players to agitators that have become fan favorites. Today I will be honoring the latter, the ones that are sometimes underappreciated but valuable nonetheless. With that said, let’s start the countdown of the top five agitators that have donned Canucks’ colors. 5. Maxim […]
Vancouver Canucks All-Time Team
Over the course of their 50-year history, the Vancouver Canucks have had many memorable and legendary players walk the halls of Rogers Arena and the Pacific Coliseum. With the 50th anniversary season now completed, I thought it would be interesting to assemble an all-time Canucks team. Too bad we can’t go back in time and […]
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