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The Canuck Way 15 hours ago

Vancouver Canucks: What does the future hold for Jacob Markstrom?

As Jacob Markstrom enters the final season of his contract, it’s not too early to wonder if this could be his last year with the Vancouver Canucks. Jacob Markstrom is coming off the best season of his career, and the Vancouver Canucks will continue to lean heavily on him as they push for the playoffs […] Vancouver Canucks: What does the future hold for Jacob Markstrom? - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Canuck Way 17 hours ago

Vancouver Canucks: Can Hoglander make the team out of camp?

Nils Holgander impressed the Vancouver Canucks at development camp, but can the 2019 second-round pick make the team out of training camp this upcoming season? With the Hlinka Gretzky Cup next up in terms of great hockey tournaments this year, a surprising discovery was regarding Vancouver Canucks 2019 fortieth overall selection, Nils Hoglander. Hoglander announced […] Vancouver Canucks: Can Hoglander make the team out of camp? - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Hockey Writers Jul 21, 2019

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 looming, I thought it would be interesting to assemble an all-time Canucks team. Too bad we can’t go back in time and grab […] The post Vancouver Canucks All-Time Team appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Canuck Way Jul 21, 2019

The Vancouver Canucks have improved more than any Pacific Division team

There’s still time to go in the offseason, but so far, the Vancouver Canucks have improved the most out of any team in their division. Maybe it’s too early to award an offseason winner, but as of right now, the Vancouver Canucks have by far made the most improvements to their lineup, and it’s why […] The Vancouver Canucks have improved more than any Pacific Division team - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Canuck Way Jul 21, 2019

Vancouver Canucks: Which goalies could be playing in ECHL?

With the Vancouver Canucks goaltending situation heading into this season,  could the ECHL’s Kalamazoo Wings be an option for the organization? To say the goaltending situation for the Vancouver Canucks has an interesting past would be a criminal understatement. Since the turn of the decade especially, the Vancouver Canucks have had a whirlwind of goaltending […] Vancouver Canucks: Which goalies could be playing in ECHL? - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Canuck Way Jul 20, 2019

Top five fighters in Vancouver Canucks history

Over the 50 years since the Vancouver Canucks first arrived in the National Hockey League, they have had some skilled fighters and some very tough customers — here’s my list of the top five fighters that have donned a Canucks uniform. Ah, the good old pugilist. Although the game has clearly taken a shift into […] Top five fighters in Vancouver Canucks history - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Vancouver Courier Jul 19, 2019
How likely is a breakout season for Jake Virtanen?

How likely is a breakout season for Jake Virtanen?

The Canucks’ revitalization is being led by their first-round picks. Their core four of Bo Horvat, Elias Pettersson, Brock Boeser, and Quinn Hughes are all from the first round and are providing Canucks fans with a lot of hope for the future. There are a couple names missing from that group, however: fellow first-round picks Jake Virtanen and Olli Juolevi.
The Canuck Way Jul 19, 2019

Vancouver Canucks: The case for keeping Chris Tanev

Chris Tanev has been the subject of trade rumours over the past year, but the Vancouver Canucks would be wise to keep him for now. Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning wasted no time trying to upgrade his defence this offseason, signing Tyler Myers, Jordie Benn and Oscar Fantenberg on the first day of free […] Vancouver Canucks: The case for keeping Chris Tanev - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Hockey Writers Jul 19, 2019

Canucks’ Virtanen Is Due for Breakout Season

I wholeheartedly believe that Jake Virtanen will be an impact player for the Vancouver Canucks for a long time. Based on comparisons to other power forwards from past and present, I believe Virtanen is nearing a breakout season that we could see as early as next season. The stage was set for a Cinderella story […] The post Canucks’ Virtanen Is Due for Breakout Season appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Vancouver Courier Jul 18, 2019
You should watch every goal Vasili Podkolzin scored last season

You should watch every goal Vasili Podkolzin scored last season

Vasili Podkolzin didn’t post eye-popping numbers before he was drafted 10th overall by the Vancouver Canucks, but the goals he scored certainly were. If you want to watch all 28 of them, you’re in the right place. I bear no responsibility for any popped eyes that may occur.
Vancouver Courier Jul 18, 2019
Canucks might finally have the depth on defence to deal with injuries next season

Canucks might finally have the depth on defence to deal with injuries next season

It’s been an annual refrain for Jim Benning: this year, when the injuries inevitably come, the Canucks will have the depth to handle them. And yet, at the end of every season, there’s another annual refrain: the Canucks had too many injuries and not enough depth. “A big part of it, and I don’t like using it as an excuse, is injuries,” said general manager Jim Benning when asked about the Canucks struggles to finish the season. “Take the top two defencemen off any team and it’s tough, because it pushes other guys into minutes and situations they wouldn’t normally play.”
The Canuck Way Jul 18, 2019

Vancouver Canucks: Why they need to hold onto Jake Virtanen

Jake Virtanen has mustered just 32 goals and 59 points in 210 NHL games, but the Vancouver Canucks need to stay patient and trust that he’ll break out. Five years after drafting him with the No. 6 selection, the Vancouver Canucks are still waiting for Jake Virtanen to reach his full potential and grow into […] Vancouver Canucks: Why they need to hold onto Jake Virtanen - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Canuck Way Jul 17, 2019

Vancouver Canucks: Who can fill Antoine Roussel’s role?

Vancouver Canucks’ forward Antoine Roussel is a role player who won’t be healthy to start the season. Who can step in and fill his spot? Let’s make it clear. Antoine Roussel‘s role with the Vancouver Canucks changed a lot last year. Through the time that he was riding shotgun on Bo Horvat‘s line, one thing […] Vancouver Canucks: Who can fill Antoine Roussel’s role? - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Hockey Writers Jul 17, 2019

Canucks’ Deep Bottom-Six Provides Numerous Possibilities

While Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning has been busy making improvements to the Canucks’ top-six forward group this summer, it shouldn’t go unnoticed that the bottom-six has seen some healthy additions as well. It is fully understood that a team’s top two lines are generally responsible for more of a club’s goals, but Vancouver’s […] The post Canucks’ Deep Bottom-Six Provides Numerous Possibilities appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Vancouver Courier Jul 16, 2019
What can Elias Pettersson do for an encore?

What can Elias Pettersson do for an encore?

Elias Pettersson had a fantastic rookie season that blew expectations out of the water, but it arguably could have gone a lot better. Sure, Pettersson led all NHL rookies in scoring by a wide margin. Sure, he broke Pavel Bure’s and Ivan Hlinka’s franchise record for points from a Canucks rookie. Sure, he won the Calder Trophy as the NHL’s rookie of the year. But he also suffered a couple injuries that limited him to just 71 games and saw his scoring slow down in the back half of the season, with just 2 goals in his last 23 games. There was a distinct sense that Pettersson was capable...

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