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Canucks Have Healthy Logjam on Defence

During this time of year some of us are relaxing, enjoying some sunshine, or perhaps cruising down that old country road. Others, we’re still talking hockey mid-August. Today, it’s time to check out the state of the Canucks defence. It was evident on July 1 that the Vancouver Canucks are create stiff competition during training […]

Sedins out to prove they can still play at ‘high level’

Theyre coming a very tough 2016-17 with the Canucks.
The Hockey Writers Aug 10, 2017

What Happened to Cole Cassels?

Over the last three years, Jim Benning has been applauded for building up the Vancouver Canucks‘ once woeful prospect pool. While that’s good news for the Canucks and their fans, it’s not necessarily good news for Cole Cassels. Once considered a top-five prospect for the Canucks, the 22-year-old has seen his positioning on the Canucks’ […]

Canucks re-sign Gaunce to two-year, one-way deal

The only remaining RFA for Vancouver to get under contract is Bo Horvat.

Canucks expect to have Horvat signed before training camp

RFA center led the team in goals and points last season.

Canucks prospect Pettersson reportedly aggravated injury at Summer Showcase

He was held out of Swedens lineup today, per reports.
The Hockey Writers Jul 30, 2017

Canucks: Between the Pipes

There has been quite a few moving pieces in regards to the Vancouver Canucks‘ goaltending but at the core, the Canucks look reasonably solid between the pipes. With the departure of Ryan Miller to the Anaheim Ducks and the acquisition of Anders Nilsson from free agency to fill the void, the Canucks have changed their […]
The Hockey Writers Jul 30, 2017

Goaltending Battle Brewing for Canucks

There’s no shortage of goaltending controversy stories for the Vancouver Canucks since the calendar turned to the new decade. Whether the duo has been Roberto Luongo and Cory Schneider, Luongo and Eddie Lack, Lack and Ryan Miller, or Miller and Jacob Markstrom, the performance of the so-called backup has prompted some fans of the Canucks to […]
The Hockey Writers Jul 21, 2017

Canucks’ Defence in Good Place

The Vancouver Canucks struggled defensively in the 2016-17 season, fishing the puck out of their net 241 times, the fifth highest total in the League. Riddled with injuries and inexperience, the Canucks’ blue line was a shell of its potential. With the status of injured Erik Gudbranson still unknown, the departure of Luca Sbisa and with […]
The Hockey Writers Jul 20, 2017

Horvat Has Power in Canucks Contract Talk

Jim Benning’s busy offseason is nearly complete, but he has one major task left — sign the Vancouver Canucks’ best player. Bo Horvat enjoyed a breakout season during his third year in the League, potting 20 goals and 52 points. Both of those totals led the offensively inept Canucks. If it wasn’t for the way […]
The Hockey Writers Jul 18, 2017

Canucks Need to Adjust Horvat’s Role

It’s hard to imagine an NHL team’s MVP needing a role adjustment. With the Vancouver Canucks however, improvement is needed everywhere. That includes the Canucks’ MVP from last season. Bo Horvat was the team’s best player in 2016-17, other than Ryan Miller. He posted career highs with 20 goals and 52 points, despite not scoring […]

Canucks’ Zalewski signs in German League

Former collegiate standout spent the last four years with the organization.

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