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The Canuck Way Sep 13, 2019

Vancouver Canucks: The Athletic ranks Thatcher Demko as top goalie prospect

Corey Pronman of The Athletic listed the top NHL goalie prospects, and Thatcher Demko of the Vancouver Canucks took the top spot. When it comes to discussing the top prospects and franchise cornerstones of the Vancouver Canucks, you immediately think of Elias Pettersson, Brock Boeser, Bo Horvat and Quinn Hughes. 2019 first round pick Vasili […] Vancouver Canucks: The Athletic ranks Thatcher Demko as top goalie prospect - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Vancouver Courier Sep 12, 2019
Who could be an unexpected breakout star for the Canucks in the preseason?

Who could be an unexpected breakout star for the Canucks in the preseason?

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. No, not Christmas — we’re not allowed to talk about Christmas until after Halloween, thank you very much — but the start of NHL training camps and preseason. This is the time of year when fans can have boundless optimism, unfettered by the reality of the regular season once it begins. Now is the time to have big dreams of 100 points for Elias Pettersson, 50 goals for Brock Boeser, a Calder Trophy for Quinn Hughes, and making the playoffs, if not more, for the Canucks. It’s also the time to believe that every prospect is bound for stardom at...
The Hockey Writers Sep 9, 2019

Quinn Hughes is Here and Ready to Change the Canucks

There’s little doubt, if any, that Quinn Hughes will be in the Vancouver Canucks opening night lineup in roughly three weeks time. The Canucks haven’t had a rookie forward on the same level as Elias Pettersson in a long time, but it’s been even longer since they had a defenceman of the same calibre as […] The post Quinn Hughes is Here and Ready to Change the Canucks appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Sportsnet.ca Sep 7, 2019
Canucks’ Quinn Hughes prepared to handle increasing expectations

Canucks’ Quinn Hughes prepared to handle increasing expectations

Quinn may struggle with the daunting physical demands of an 82-game NHL schedule and will have to prove to the Vancouver Canucks that he can succeed while being game-planned by the opposition. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Sportsnet.ca Sep 7, 2019
Quinn Hughes preparing himself for grind of 82 game season

Quinn Hughes preparing himself for grind of 82 game season

Quinn Hughes talks with the media abut improving over the summer break and preparing for an 82 game season. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Vancouver Courier Sep 3, 2019
Quinn Hughes and 18 other prospects will report to Canucks camp this weekend

Quinn Hughes and 18 other prospects will report to Canucks camp this weekend

According to multiple rankings, the Canucks have one of the best prospect pools in the NHL. The Athletic’s Corey Pronman ranks their pool fifth in the league, while Elite Prospects has them a notch higher at fourth. The Canucks’ prospect pool boasts both top-end talent like Quinn Hughes, Thatcher Demko, Olli Juolevi, and Vasili Podkolzin, and also intriguing depth, like Jett Woo, Nils Höglander, Tyler Madden, Kole Lind, Jack Rathbone, and many others. A good chunk of that prospect pool will be showing up at Rogers Arena this weekend; unfortunately, Canucks fans won’t get a chance to...
Sportsnet.ca Sep 3, 2019
Quinn Hughes headlines Canucks’ 2019 prospects camp roster

Quinn Hughes headlines Canucks’ 2019 prospects camp roster

Top prospect Quinn Hughes headlines the 19 players that will participate in the Vancouver Canucks’ annual rookie camp. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Vancouver Courier Aug 22, 2019
NHL writers project 77 points for Elias Pettersson, 45 for Quinn Hughes

NHL writers project 77 points for Elias Pettersson, 45 for Quinn Hughes

The Canucks’ off-season moves have made their intent clear for the upcoming season. The trade for J.T. Miller and free agent signings of Tyler Myers, Jordie Benn, and Micheal Ferland are all indicators that the Canucks see themselves heading back to the playoffs for the first time since 2015. As much as the addition of those four veterans will help, however, the truth is that the Canucks will only go as far as their young core can take them, namely Elias Pettersson, Brock Boeser, Bo Horvat, and Quinn Hughes.
The Hockey Writers Aug 20, 2019

Countdown to Puck Drop – Day 43 – Quinn Hughes: Key to Canucks’ Future

Introducing The Hockey Writers’ Countdown to Puck Drop series. From now until the puck drops on the 2019-20 NHL’s regular season on Oct. 2 when the Toronto Maple Leafs host the Ottawa Senators, we’ll be producing content that’s connected to the number of days remaining on that particular day. Some posts may be associated with […] The post Countdown to Puck Drop – Day 43 – Quinn Hughes: Key to Canucks’ Future appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

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