Canucks Expo-sition: A Densely Packed, “Aggressive” Week for Vancouver

Brayden Fengler and Trent Leith / July 29, 2021
The offseason for the Vancouver Canucks in the year 2021 has certainly been unprecedented. Much of where the team is today can be traced back to the unprecedented 2019-20 shortened season as well. Including their unexpected playoff run, and of course last year’s tumultuous off-season that resulted in many key players leaving. The chaos and confusion have carried on right to this day in many ways, with the Seattle Expansion...


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Just let it Kole. Canucks Lose Lind In Expansion But That’s Okay

Brayden Fengler and Trent Leith / July 21, 2021
Although his name may not have been leaked by throwing a fish, it was reported earlier Wednesday morning by Rick Dhaliwal that Kole Lind would indeed be the player selected by the incoming Seattle Kraken in the expansion draft. How Are You Feeling, Do You Like the Show? It’s really hard to feel any type of way, good or bad, about Seattle’s decision. In the months leading up to the...

Offseason Primer: Roster Holes That Need Addressing

Trent Leith / July 10, 2021
The regular season is long over, the Cinderella run has come to an end and the Stanley Cup has been awarded. As hockey fans around North America take their eyes off the Montréal Canadiens and the Tampa Bay Lightning and shift their focus back to their local markets.  The Canucks are poised to have a busy off-season in their need to sign key RFAs, fill holes on the back end...

Sedins’ Presence Will Help Shape Canucks Youth

Brayden Fengler and Trent Leith / June 24, 2021
The worst kept secret in recent weeks has finally been brought out into the open. Henrik and Daniel Sedin are officially back working under the roof of Rogers Arena, as special advisors to the general manager. While GM Jim Benning is still the man in charge, Henrik and Daniel will have a role to play in advising Jim around hockey operation decisions, as well as learning the managerial ropes themselves....

4 Potential Canucks Free Agent Defence Signings

Trent Leith / June 17, 2021
Jim Benning said the Vancouver Canucks are going to be aggressive this off-season, and free agency is a tool in his toolbelt. With that in mind, one area of the team that Canucks need to improve the most is their defence. While they don’t have lots of cap space, there are a number of interesting suitors that will be hitting free agency this summer, that Jim Benning will likely at...

What Ian Clark Means to Vancouver’s Goaltenders

Brayden Fengler and Trent Leith / June 11, 2021
Okay, Vancouver you can stop pinching yourself this isn’t a dream. After walking both their head coach and goalie coach right to the end of their contracts, the Canucks have done the unthinkable and managed to sign both. The Canucks re-signed Travis Green back on May 21st, but now Ian Clark, the much-praised goalie coach has finally signed on the dotted lines with the team. There was a real fear...

Trade or Draft: How The Canucks Should Use Their Pick

Trent Leith / June 3, 2021
In a stunning turn of events, the Vancouver Canucks didn’t fall in the draft order. The Vancouver Canucks held on to the 9th overall pick in the 2021 NHL entry draft. Any seasoned Canucks fan will tell you that not losing the draft lottery is just as good as winning the draft lottery in Vancouver. This year there is tremendous potential to draft players further down the draft order than...

If Canucks Players Were White Claw Flavours

Brayden Fengler and Trent Leith / May 28, 2021
The playoffs are on, the sun is up and the Canucks are out… Not the exact circumstance that many Canucks fans would’ve hoped for at the start of this season, but hey, two of those three things aren’t exactly bad. Additionally, with the days getting hotter, it’s not just the Canucks’ poor season that is causing people to reach for their alcoholic refreshments. Sadly though with the Canucks being out...

A Diamond in the Rough Season, Reminiscing on Höglander’s Rise

Brayden Fengler and Trent Leith / May 21, 2021
By this point, you don’t need to be told that this Vancouver Canucks season was challenging for the players and the organization. You don’t need to be regaled on the many pitfalls that you watched management walk into over the course of the last few months. We’re heading into the sunny summer months now, so who needs those kinds of vibes crushing their spirits? It can seem like there are...

Left On Read: Canucks in Back-to-Backs, Graovac’s Unlikely Path and Meaningless Games

Trent Leith / May 19, 2021
When we at gear up to do a Left on Red article, we search Canucks Twitter for unanswered questions and we do our best to answer them, for those who were Left On Read, it’s as simple as that. We want to make sure every nook and cranny of the fanbase gets to engage with others in the market. When I was collecting questions for this month’s edition, most...