12:09 PM EDT, Wed July 18, 2018
The Canuck Way 2 hours ago
Vancouver Canucks need more from Jake Virtanen in 2019

Vancouver Canucks need more from Jake Virtanen in 2019

There were signs of progression and enhancement by Jake Virtanen in 2017-18, but the Vancouver Canucks need the 2014 first round pick to elevate his game even more this upcoming season. The Vancouver Canucks will be banking on more production from their young forwards in the upcoming 2018-19 season — and we’re not just talking […] Vancouver Canucks need more from Jake Virtanen in 2019 - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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The Canuck Way 21 hours ago

Nikolay Goldobin talks about his offseason, Nikita Tryamkin and more

Nikolay Goldobin had an interview with Sportsnet’s Rick Dhaliwal. We’ll catch you up on the details of his training, goals for the season and more. Shifting gears, we have an opportunity to check in on a Vancouver Canucks player instead of their executive/coaching staff. Rick Dhaliwal got a chance to speak with Nikolay Goldobin and […] Nikolay Goldobin talks about his offseason, Nikita Tryamkin and more - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Canuck Way Jul 16, 2018

Vancouver Canucks: No decision made on Quinn Hughes yet

Fans of the Vancouver Canucks anxiously await to see if Quinn Hughes will turn pro in 2018-19, but no decision has been made yet for the seventh pick in this year’s draft. Throughout their history, Vancouver Canucks have rarely turned a player professional in the same year they drafted him, but defenceman Quinn Hughes could […] Vancouver Canucks: No decision made on Quinn Hughes yet - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Canuck Way Jul 16, 2018

Vancouver Canucks: Travis Green knows next season will be tough

Jason Botchford from The Province spoke with Travis Green about his team’s roster. There will be challengers, but the coach is optimistic that his squad will fight through it. I have to give it to Travis Green. Despite his team’s season concluding in April, he’s been hard at work. Seriously, how many coaches in this […] Vancouver Canucks: Travis Green knows next season will be tough - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Canuck Way Jul 15, 2018

Vancouver Canucks should be third team in an Erik Karlsson trade

The Vancouver Canucks have plenty of cap space and can take on some bad contracts. As such, they should try to become involved in a possible three-team trade for Ottawa Senators captain Erik Karlsson. We’ve seen the Montreal Canadiens and Arizona Coyotes take on some hefty contracts to acquire young talent this offseason, and the […] Vancouver Canucks should be third team in an Erik Karlsson trade - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Canuck Way Jul 14, 2018

Let’s talk about Troy Stecher and his next potential deal

Troy Stecher has an arbitration hearing date scheduled, but a deal could be struck before then. Finding a fair value for him isn’t easy, but I will do my best to take an impartial crack at it. The Vancouver Canucks only have two remaining restricted free agents to take care of this summer. Troy Stecher […] Let’s talk about Troy Stecher and his next potential deal - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Vancouver Courier Jul 13, 2018
Troy Stecher’s closest comparable as he heads to arbitration is in Jim Benning’s family

Troy Stecher’s closest comparable as he heads to arbitration is in Jim Benning’s family

The 2016-17 Canucks season was an ugly one, with few sources of positivity. One of those sources, however, was Troy Stecher. The young defenceman’s rookie season showed that he was ready to take on top-four minutes and potentially step into a major power play role. That pleasant surprise was undercut by his sophomore season. While Stecher made good on his promise as a potential top-four defenceman, his offence took a step back and he never grabbed hold of a spot on the power play.
The Canuck Way Jul 13, 2018

Canucks market Quinn Hughes to sell season tickets and what it means

Interestingly enough, Quinn Hughes is being employed as a marketing tool for Canucks season tickets. Does that signify him making the team already or is this just a slimy ploy from the team? A few days ago, you may have noticed this advertisement for season tickets. It’s funny how quickly a kid can be used […] Canucks market Quinn Hughes to sell season tickets and what it means - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Canuck Way Jul 13, 2018

Vancouver Canucks took the wrong direction this offseason

Despite entering the offseason with over $20 million in salary cap space, the Vancouver Canucks haven’t been able to take advantage of cash-strapped teams, and it’s been an underwhelming summer thus far. The Vancouver Canucks had countless ways to get creative this offseason, but general manager Jim Benning took an unexpected approach by signing three […] Vancouver Canucks took the wrong direction this offseason - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Sportsnet.ca Jul 12, 2018
Canucks’ Hughes will benefit wherever he plays next season

Canucks’ Hughes will benefit wherever he plays next season

No one has decided yet the right place for Quinn Hughes to play next season. The good thing for the defenceman and the Vancouver Canucks is there are no bad choices. The post Canucks’ Hughes will benefit wherever he plays next season appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Vancouver Courier Jul 12, 2018
Are the Canucks going to do anything with their cap space?

Are the Canucks going to do anything with their cap space?

Even after signing three veteran forwards in free agency, the Canucks still have plenty of cap space. While they still have two restricted free agents to re-sign in Troy Stecher and Jake Virtanen, the Canucks should still have over $10 million in cap space.
Vancouver Courier Jul 12, 2018
Paper Feature: Canucks shouldn’t overthink retiring the Sedins’ numbers

Paper Feature: Canucks shouldn’t overthink retiring the Sedins’ numbers

The Canucks have some difficult decisions heading into the 2018-19 season. There’s one decision, however, that should be absurdly easy: when to retire the Sedins’ numbers.
The Canuck Way Jul 12, 2018

Brock Boeser picks up a hat trick in the Da Beauty League debut

Brock Boeser kicked off his summer, playing his first game since the injury that ended his injury early. The Canucks future superstar didn’t wait long before showing off that wicked shot in Edina, Minnesota. Vancouver Canucks fans have been itching to see Brock Boeser play again. After a scary back injury that ended his rookie […] Brock Boeser picks up a hat trick in the Da Beauty League debut - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Canuck Way Jul 12, 2018

Vancouver Canucks: Quinn Hughes’ coach suggests another year at Michigan

Though some believe Vancouver Canucks prospect Quinn Hughes could play in the NHL next season, Michigan head coach Mel Pearson believes it’s best for the 2018 first-round pick to play one more year at college. The Vancouver Canucks landed Michigan defenceman Quinn Hughes with the seventh pick in this year’s draft, and now the question […] Vancouver Canucks: Quinn Hughes’ coach suggests another year at Michigan - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Vancouver Courier Jul 11, 2018
What will the Canucks’ zone deployments look like with the addition of Jay Beagle?

What will the Canucks’ zone deployments look like with the addition of Jay Beagle?

When you look at the centres who took the most defensive zone faceoffs last season, a few names immediately jump out. Of the five centres who took the most defensive zone faceoffs per game at even-strength last season, two are Canucks: Brandon Sutter and Bo Horvat. A couple names down the list at 7th is new Canuck Jay Beagle.

Canucks Player News

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    Jake Virtanen

    Vancouver Canucks need more from Jake Virtanen in 2019

  • 1 Nikolay Goldobin

    Nikolay Goldobin

    Nikolay Goldobin talks about his offseason, Nikita Tryamkin and more

  • 1 Sam Gagner

    Sam Gagner

    Vancouver Canucks: What to do with Sam Gagner

  • Daniel Sedin

    Daniel Sedin

    Vancouver Canucks should be third team in an Erik Karlsson trade

  • Sven Baertschi

    Sven Baertschi

    Vancouver Canucks: Trading Nikolay Goldobin would be a mistake

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