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The Hockey Writers Oct 13, 2019

Canucks Snap Flyers Unbeaten Streak With Shootout Win

VANCOUVER — Tanner Pearson scored in the shootout to power the Vancouver Canucks to a 3-2 home victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday. The left-winger beat Philly’s Carter Hart five-hole in the third round to secure the win. Brock Boeser and Pearson both scored for the Canucks (2-2-0) in regulation, and Chris Tanev registered a pair […] The post Canucks Snap Flyers Unbeaten Streak With Shootout Win appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Broad Street Hockey Oct 13, 2019
Recap: Flyers lose 3-2 in shootout to Canucks

Recap: Flyers lose 3-2 in shootout to Canucks

They dominated the third, but Jacob Markstrom and company were just too good tonight. First Period OH BABY, it’s the first #FlyersAfterDark game of the season folks and the team is 2-0 let’s get ... ah, well, it’s 1-0 Vancouver. The Canucks would score shortly after the five minute mark of the opening frame, as Brock Boeser made no mistake on a rebound chance from a point shot by Tyler Myers. There’s really not a lot of blame to go around on a goal like that, it was a good break for Vancouver and a bad one for Philadelphia, just one of those goals. It would have been nice to...
Vancouver Courier Oct 11, 2019
Quinn Hughes is playing big minutes against tough competition for the Canucks

Quinn Hughes is playing big minutes against tough competition for the Canucks

Quinn Hughes captivated Canucks fans at the home opener on Wednesday, scoring the first goal of his NHL career with a rocket of a slap shot. It wasn’t his only standout moment on offence: he gifted his defence partner Chris Tanev with a goal when the two of them jumped up in a 3-on-2 rush with Brock Boeser. Tanev went to the net with his stick on the ice and Hughes banked the puck off Tanev’s stick into the net with a perfectly-placed pass.
Last Word on Hockey Oct 9, 2019
Vancouver Canucks Name Bo Horvat Captain

Vancouver Canucks Name Bo Horvat Captain

The Vancouver Canucks have announced their 14th captain in franchise history. That player is none other than Bo Horvat. This announcement comes the night of their home opener. Allow us to reintroduce @BoHorvat, the 14th captain of the Vancouver #Canucks! pic.twitter.com/ibpa7JyFF5 — Vancouver Canucks (@Canucks) October 10, 2019 Bo Horvat Named Canucks Captain There had been talks about it for a few weeks. The Canucks had lots of potential options. From young and talented names like Elias Pettersson and Brock Boeser to more experienced guys like Alexander Edler and Chris Tanev. At the end...
Vancouver Courier Oct 9, 2019
How long will it take for the Canucks to put Quinn Hughes on the first power play unit?

How long will it take for the Canucks to put Quinn Hughes on the first power play unit?

Canucks coaches Newell Brown and Travis Green were in no rush to put Quinn Hughes on the first power play unit in his five-game audition last season. Even though the Canucks were well out of the playoff picture and fans were clamoring to see Hughes with Elias Pettersson and Brock Boeser with the man advantage, the Canucks resisted. Green gave a couple reasons for waiting. They didn’t want to put undue pressure on Hughes in his already highly-hyped debut. They also didn’t want to disrespect the longest-tenured Canuck, Alex Edler, who had yet to sign a new deal, so could conceivably have...
Sportsnet.ca Oct 8, 2019
Canucks still seeking best combinations up front with offence sputtering

Canucks still seeking best combinations up front with offence sputtering

With the Canucks’ forward corps looking decidedly lacklustre through two games — Elias Pettersson and Brock Boeser included — head coach Travis Green threw his lines in a blender to try to find the most dangerous fit. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
The Hockey Writers Oct 8, 2019

Gaudette Is the Answer to the Canucks’ Third Line

If the Vancouver Canucks hope to make the playoffs this season, they’ll need to have scoring throughout the lineup. The top guns of Elias Pettersson, Brock Boeser and Bo Horvat will most definitely provide it. The questions begin when you hit the third line. When head coach Travis Green trotted out his troops for practice […] The post Gaudette Is the Answer to the Canucks’ Third Line appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Vancouver Courier Oct 3, 2019
The 2019-20 Canucks Headshot Awards, featuring a maniacally-grinning Adam Gaudette

The 2019-20 Canucks Headshot Awards, featuring a maniacally-grinning Adam Gaudette

There are many reasons to be excited about the start of the Canucks season. First off, it’s just nice to have real, meaningful hockey back. More than that, however, the Canucks themselves are exciting. The team seems on the verge of finally turning the corner on the rebuild and competing for the playoffs. Elias Pettersson alone is worth the hype, but fans also get the rookie season of Quinn Hughes, a hopefully fully-healthy season from Brock Boeser, and the continued two-way progression of Bo Horvat. That’s not to mention seeing how new arrivals J.T. Miller, Micheal Ferland, Tyler Myers,...
The Hockey Writers Sep 30, 2019

Canucks’ Brock Boeser Cleared to Play on Opening Night

BURNABY, B.C. — Vancouver Canucks forward Brock Boeser has been cleared to return to action after suffering a concussion last week, but he still believes the play that caused the injury was "pretty dirty." Boeser returned to full practic... The post Canucks’ Brock Boeser Cleared to Play on Opening Night appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
CBC News Sep 30, 2019
Canucks' Brock Boeser cleared to play season opener

Canucks' Brock Boeser cleared to play season opener

Vancouver Canucks forward Brock Boeser has been cleared to return to action after suffering a concussion last week, but he still believes the play that caused the injury was "pretty dirty."
Sportsnet.ca Sep 30, 2019
Boeser gets green light to return for Canucks’ opener after concussion

Boeser gets green light to return for Canucks’ opener after concussion

Brock Boeser is all-systems go for the Vancouver Canucks season opener. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Vancouver Courier Sep 30, 2019
Canucks Camp Cuts: Sven Baertschi, Nikolay Goldobin, and Alex Biega put on waivers

Canucks Camp Cuts: Sven Baertschi, Nikolay Goldobin, and Alex Biega put on waivers

The Canucks had to place several players on waivers on Monday in anticipation of naming their 23-man roster on Tuesday. It was inevitable given the makeup of the Canucks current roster: they have a surprisingly veteran-laden team, with just three waiver-exempt forwards — Elias Pettersson, Brock Boeser, and Adam Gaudette — remaining on the roster heading into Monday. What’s surprising is who is getting waived. According to these reports, the Canucks will be waiving Nikolay Goldobin, Alex Biega, and Sven Baertschi.
The Canuck Way Sep 30, 2019

Vancouver Canucks monthly: September edition

Welcome to the first edition of The Vancouver Canucks Monthly: September edition. First, a look at training camp, preseason, signing Brock Boeser and more from September. There is most definitely a warm feeling of optimism growing in the hearts of Vancouver Canucks fans as we get ready for the teams 50th season. General manager, Jim […] Vancouver Canucks monthly: September edition - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Hockey Writers Sep 30, 2019

Canucks Weekly: Boeser, Pettersson, Gaudette & More

Welcome to Canucks Weekly, where you can catch up on the past week of the Vancouver Canucks throughout the 2019-20 season. From trending topics to news and notes, this is your weekly update on all things Canucks. Finally, the preseason is over. Even though hockey was being played, it’s nothing close to the real thing […] The post Canucks Weekly: Boeser, Pettersson, Gaudette & More appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Hockey Writers Sep 28, 2019

Canucks’ Boeser Back Skating After Concussion

VANCOUVER — Brock Boeser returned to the ice with his Vancouver Canucks teammates Saturday morning less than a week after suffering a concussion in pre-season play. The right-winger wore a non-contact jersey at the practice but spent about half an hour... The post Canucks’ Boeser Back Skating After Concussion appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

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    Bo Horvat

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    Thatcher Demko

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    Zane McIntyre

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  • Brock Boeser

    Canucks Snap Flyers Unbeaten Streak With Shootout Win

  • Elias Pettersson

    Vancouver Canucks name Bo Horvat the 14th captain in franchise history

  • Adam Gaudette

    Canucks scratch Eriksson, insert Gaudette for game vs. Flames

  • Micheal Ferland

    Vancouver Canucks need to get Micheal Ferland going on offence

  • J.T. Miller

    Vancouver Canucks need to get Micheal Ferland going on offence