1:41 PM EDT, Sun May 26, 2019
The Canuck Way 1 hour ago

2019 NHL Draft prospect profile: Defenceman Bowen Byram

We continue our 2019 NHL Draft Prospect Profiles here at The Canuck Way. Here is a look at defenceman Bowen Byram, who the Vancouver Canucks would be more than happy to draft. Bowen Byram is the best defenceman in this year’s draft class. He is projected to go third or fourth overall. Many Vancouver Canucks […] 2019 NHL Draft prospect profile: Defenceman Bowen Byram - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Canuck Way 3 hours ago

Vancouver Canucks: Brock Boeser is the most likeable Canuck

The Vancouver Canucks have a lot of fan favourites on their roster right now, but Brock Boeser should be one of your favourites and if he isn’t, take a look into the life and hockey career to date of the Flow. From the time he donned a Vancouver Canucks sweater, Brock Boeser was a symbol […] Vancouver Canucks: Brock Boeser is the most likeable Canuck - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Vancouver Courier 20 hours ago
Troy Stecher sets up opening goal, heads to gold medal game with Team Canada

Troy Stecher sets up opening goal, heads to gold medal game with Team Canada

It has been a wild and wooly World Championship tournament for Team Canada. Canada suffered a surprise upset to a Finnish team devoid of NHL players that looks less like an upset now that Finland has made the gold medal game. They pulled out a win with a last-second goal in a wildly entertaining 6-5 game against Slovakia. Then it took another last-second goal in to push their quarterfinal against Switzerland to overtime where they won to make the semifinal. Now Canada is heading to the gold medal game against Finland after a big win over Czechia. Along for the ride is the Canucks’ Troy...
The Hockey Writers May 25, 2019

3 Greatest Canucks’ Forwards of All Time

There’s a lull in the news about the Vancouver Canucks because of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, so I thought I would take an opportunity to look back over Vancouver Canucks’ history and weigh in who I believe have been the greatest Canucks of all time. What prompted this post actually wasn’t all that historical. Like […] The post 3 Greatest Canucks’ Forwards of All Time appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Canuck Way May 25, 2019

What can the Vancouver Canucks get in a Chris Tanev trade?

With one year left on his contract, the Vancouver Canucks need to trade blueliner Chris Tanev. But what can they expect to receive in return? The Vancouver Canucks had many chances to trade defenceman Chris Tanev, but general manager Jim Benning took the risk and chose to retain the effective but oft-injured veteran up until […] What can the Vancouver Canucks get in a Chris Tanev trade? - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Vancouver Courier May 24, 2019
Scouring the upcoming free agent class for some potential UFA bargains

Scouring the upcoming free agent class for some potential UFA bargains

The Canucks have gotten themselves into trouble in free agency over the last few years. Loui Eriksson is the big one, a $6 million albatross that still has three more years left on his contract as he’s sunk to the fourth line, but with Eriksson are more minor missteps like Jay Beagle, Tim Schaller, and Matt Bartkowski. This isn’t unusual: GMs around the NHL make their biggest mistakes in the free agent frenzy, frequently overpaying players and landing themselves in salary cap trouble. The Oilers certainly regret signing Milan Lucic and the Flames can’t be happy that James Neal is...
The Canuck Way May 24, 2019

Henrik and Daniel Sedin inducted into the BC Sports Hall of Fame

Never, in the nearly 50 seasons of the Vancouver Canucks history and arguably in all of league history, has there been a more dynamic duo to grace the ice.  Henrik Sedin and Daniel Sedin are an obvious pair of inductees into the BC Sports HOF. The Sedins had prolific hockey careers, putting on a clinic […] Henrik and Daniel Sedin inducted into the BC Sports Hall of Fame - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Canuck Way May 24, 2019

Why Jacob Markstrom should have started yesterday’s game for Sweden

The Swedish national team decided to go with veteran goaltender Henrik Lundqvist over Vancouver Canucks goaltender Jacob Markstrom yesterday. To me, that wasn’t the right move. Here’s why. Shoulda, coulda woulda. While Team Sweden head coach Rikard Grönborg didn’t have hindsight at his disposal as we all do now when he made the decision yesterday, I […] Why Jacob Markstrom should have started yesterday’s game for Sweden - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Canuck Way May 23, 2019

Vancouver Canucks at Worlds: Recap from Quarterfinals

Two teams who had Vancouver Canucks representation on them are going home after today’s Quarterfinals stage of the IIHF World Hockey Championships. We’ve been keeping you up to date thus far on what has been going on for the Vancouver Canucks players who are in Slovakia for the World Hockey Championship. Today, all of the […] Vancouver Canucks at Worlds: Recap from Quarterfinals - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Canuck Way May 23, 2019

Should Vancouver Canucks draft a defenceman with 10th pick?

The Vancouver Canucks could go either way with the No. 10 pick, but does it make sense for general manager Jim Benning to take a blueliner? There’s no denying that defence has been the Vancouver Canucks‘ biggest weakness over the last five years, but general manager Jim Benning has the chance to address that with […] Should Vancouver Canucks draft a defenceman with 10th pick? - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Canuck Way May 22, 2019

2019 NHL draft prospect profile: Is Peyton Krebs the Next Bo Horvat?

At The Canuck Way, we are profiling the top prospects in the 2019 NHL Draft. Up next, we’re comparing Peyton Krebs to Bo Horvat. With the 2019 NHL entry draft little over a month away, it is time to begin examining some of the players that could have their names called by Vancouver Canucks jersey here […] 2019 NHL draft prospect profile: Is Peyton Krebs the Next Bo Horvat? - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Canuck Way May 22, 2019

Why the Vancouver Canucks should not sign Free Agents

The Vancouver Canucks have a very important off-season ahead of them. While the draft is of utmost importance, free agency is also a key factor, and is something the team needs to be wary of. When one looks at the Vancouver Canucks roster, it is easy to see the needs. Outside of the “core four” […] Why the Vancouver Canucks should not sign Free Agents - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Vancouver Courier May 21, 2019
All six Canucks qualify for quarterfinals at Worlds, but it wasn’t all smooth sailing

All six Canucks qualify for quarterfinals at Worlds, but it wasn’t all smooth sailing

The preliminary round of the 2019 World Hockey Championship came to a close with a couple marquee matchups featuring Canucks: Canada versus Team USA and Sweden versus Russia. All six Canucks at the tournament were in the lineup in those two games, though one didn’t play — Cory Schneider got the start for Team USA ahead of Thatcher Demko. Troy Stecher and Canada didn’t have any issue dispatching Quinn Hughes and Team USA, but Elias Pettersson, Jacob Markstrom, and Loui Eriksson had all kinds of trouble with Russia.
The Canuck Way May 21, 2019

Recap of huge day for Vancouver Canucks players at Worlds

All three teams with Vancouver Canucks’ representation on them were in action today, here’s all you need to know about the games that took place. First up, USA vs. Canada. In a battle for precious points in Group A, Canada took on the Americans in the final game before the quarterfinals take place. The two […] Recap of huge day for Vancouver Canucks players at Worlds - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Canuck Way May 21, 2019

Vancouver Canucks: Why Jim Benning should avoid offer sheets

Plenty of young superstars could be signed to offer sheets this summer, but Vancouver Canucks GM Jim Benning should avoid going that route. The Vancouver Canucks have only made the playoffs in five years under general manager Jim Benning, and he probably has to get back there in 2020 if there’s any hope of earning […] Vancouver Canucks: Why Jim Benning should avoid offer sheets - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

Canucks Player News

  • 1 Brock Boeser

    Brock Boeser

    Vancouver Canucks: Brock Boeser is the most likeable Canuck

  • 1 Troy Stecher

    Troy Stecher

    Troy Stecher sets up opening goal, heads to gold medal game with Team Canada

  • Elias Pettersson

    Elias Pettersson

    All six Canucks qualify for quarterfinals at Worlds, but it wasn’t all smooth sailing

  • Loui Eriksson

    Loui Eriksson

    Scouring the upcoming free agent class for some potential UFA bargains

  • Bo Horvat

    Bo Horvat

    2019 NHL draft prospect profile: Is Peyton Krebs the Next Bo Horvat?

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