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Vancouver Courier 22 hours ago
Brock Boeser is still sniping goals, but his well-rounded game is leading the way

Brock Boeser is still sniping goals, but his well-rounded game is leading the way

Brock Boeser took the pass from Elias Pettersson down the left wing. The Winnipeg Jets defenceman, Neal Pionk, closed quickly, knowing that if Boeser got room to shoot, he could pick a corner and give the Vancouver Canucks the lead. Then Boeser did something unexpected: he lowered his shoulder into Pionk, knocking the defenceman off stride. Boeser spun off the contact with the puck, then cut back, sending Pionk flailing wildly past him. That opened up a passing lane to Troy Stecher, who was trailing the play. A moment later, Stecher sent a back door pass to J.T. Miller for a tap-in...
The Canuck Way Nov 13, 2019

Canucks: Bo Horvat needs stable wingers and help is on the way

Vancouver Canucks captain Bo Horvat has already seen many different wingers early on this season, but is in need of some stability. Help may just be on the way. It’s a story that many had hoped would be put to rest after the offseason acquisitions of Micheal Ferland and J.T. Miller. Even Tanner Pearson was […] Canucks: Bo Horvat needs stable wingers and help is on the way - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Vancouver Courier Nov 12, 2019
Canucks continue to rotate Bo Horvat’s linemates, hoping to find 5-on-5 scoring

Canucks continue to rotate Bo Horvat’s linemates, hoping to find 5-on-5 scoring

From one perspective, Bo Horvat is having an excellent season. He’s fourth on the team in scoring with six goals and 14 points in 18 games, putting him on-pace for 27 goals and 64 points, which would match or best his career highs from last season. Even if you look at his underlying numbers at 5-on-5, Horvat is excelling. His corsi percentage is the highest its ever been at 54.7%, which is right behind the top line of J.T. Miller, Elias Pettersson, and Brock Boeser among Canucks forwards. There’s just one problem: Horvat isn’t scoring at even-strength.
Sportsnet.ca Nov 9, 2019
Canucks’ J.T. Miller leading most productive players on new teams

Canucks’ J.T. Miller leading most productive players on new teams

The following six players are paying particularly great dividends for their respective new teams — and making the GMs that acquired them (whether via trade or free agency) look like geniuses. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
The Canuck Way Nov 8, 2019

Canucks: 3 takeaways from road loss to the Blackhawks

The Vancouver Canucks have had their point streak broken at eight games after falling to the Chicago Blackhawks by a score of 5-2 at the United Center in Chicago. J.T. Miller and Jake Virtanen scored the Canucks’ lone goals, and Jacob Markstrom got the start en route to the team’s first regulation loss since Oct. […] Canucks: 3 takeaways from road loss to the Blackhawks - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Vancouver Courier Nov 5, 2019
Sutter and Leivo might be the winning combination for secondary scoring for the Canucks

Sutter and Leivo might be the winning combination for secondary scoring for the Canucks

The Canucks’ first line of Brock Boeser, Elias Pettersson, and J.T. Miller is one of the best lines in hockey. Together, they have utterly dominated their opponents. Pettersson is now sixth in the NHL in scoring and was named the NHL’s first star of the week after racking up 9 points in 4 games. Boeser and Miller are not far behind, at 15th and 19th in NHL scoring, respectively. A few other players, however, have been big contributors to the Canucks’ offensive surge to start the season. At 5-on-5, the three forwards right behind Pettersson, Boeser, and Miller in scoring are Brandon...
The Canuck Way Nov 4, 2019

The Canucks’ offence is legit, and their young stars are leading the way

The Vancouver Canucks’ offence has been firing on all cylinders to begin the new season, with the likes of Elias Pettersson, Brock Boeser, Bo Horvat, J.T. Miller and Quinn Hughes leading the way. Just a little over a year removed from when head coach Travis Green said he was concerned about his team’s offence, the […] The Canucks’ offence is legit, and their young stars are leading the way - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
CBC News Oct 28, 2019

J.T. Miller pots 2 as Canucks pounce early to cruise past Panthers

J.T. Miller had a pair of goals, and the Vancouver Canucks scored five times in the first period on their way to a decisive 7-2 victory over the visiting Florida Panthers on Monday night.
The Hockey Writers Oct 28, 2019
J.T. Miller Scores Twice, Canucks Hand Florida Panthers 7-2 Drubbing

J.T. Miller Scores Twice, Canucks Hand Florida Panthers 7-2 Drubbing

VANCOUVER — J.T. Miller had a pair of goals, and the Vancouver Canucks scored five times in the first period on their way to a decisive 7-2 victory over the visiting Florida Panthers on Monday night. The Canucks (7-3-1) got on the board ... The post J.T. Miller Scores Twice, Canucks Hand Florida Panthers 7-2 Drubbing appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Vancouver Courier Oct 24, 2019
Jacob Markstrom and Thatcher Demko have been the biggest reason for the Canucks’ strong start

Jacob Markstrom and Thatcher Demko have been the biggest reason for the Canucks’ strong start

A lot has to go right for the Canucks to make the 2020 playoffs. Elias Pettersson has to be even better in his sophomore season than he was as a rookie. The team’s overhauled defence has to quickly gel together in their all-new pairings. High-priced trade acquisition J.T. Miller has to perform in a top-six role. Early in the season, most of those things have gone right. Pettersson has struggled to get his goalscoring going, but is still a better-than point-per-game player, the defence looks much-improved from last season, and Miller has quickly exceeded expectations, tied for the team lead...
The Canuck Way Oct 23, 2019

Vancouver Canucks: J.T. Miller proving his worth early on

Vancouver Canucks forward J.T. Miller has been a pleasant surprise so far. It’s early in the season, but he’s already proving his worth. When J.T. Miller was acquired from the Tampa Bay Lightning for Marek Mazanec, a 2019 third-round pick and first-round pick in either 2020 or 2021, Vancouver Canucks fans were divided by it. […] Vancouver Canucks: J.T. Miller proving his worth early on - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Canuck Way Oct 19, 2019

Vancouver Canucks need more from their bottom six forwards

The Vancouver Canucks are getting quality offensive production from their top two lines, but the bottom six has to start helping out more. Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning made it a priority to add more secondary scoring this offseason, so he went out and added J.T. Miller and Micheal Ferland. Benning also signed blueliner […] Vancouver Canucks need more from their bottom six forwards - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
CBC News Oct 17, 2019
Veteran J.T. Miller adds denim to Canucks' silky young roster

Veteran J.T. Miller adds denim to Canucks' silky young roster

If the Vancouver Canucks hope to avoid missing the playoffs for a fifth consecutive season, they must muster more offence. Vancouver was 26th in the league last year with just 219 goals.
Vancouver Courier Oct 16, 2019
IWTG: J.T. Miller scores twice as power play lifts Canucks over the Red Wings

IWTG: J.T. Miller scores twice as power play lifts Canucks over the Red Wings

The Canucks wrapped up their first homestand of the season by getting a little testy, pesty, and zesty. I’m not sure exactly when the Detroit Red Wings became the type of team to provoke a rivalry by testing the boundaries of dirtiness, but I’m guessing it was around the time they became bad at hockey. Much like Catherine Banning’s investigation into Thomas Crown, it was a surprisingly physical affair, with both sides getting their licks in. Just how surprisingly physical was it? Two of the primary combatants on the Canucks’ side of things were Elias Pettersson and Troy Stecher.

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