Left on Read: Demko’s Status, Joshua’s Price + Playoff Ability

Brayden FenglerLeft on ReadLeave a Comment

Canucks Twitter (still calling it that) is an extremely active online space for Canucks fans. Even more so this year, as the team has been playing exceptionally well throughout the season, drawing more attention as the weeks go on. Being that online engagement surrounding the Canucks is so much higher this year, some comments and posts from Canucks fans disappear into the ether without so much as a response in … Read More

Left on Read: Sweeds at Jr’s, Canucks Cup Odds + Pettersson Payday

Brayden FenglerLeft on ReadLeave a Comment

Canucks Twitter or X (gross) is one of the most active online sports spaces out there. Being that online engagement surrounding the Canucks is so high, it almost goes without saying that some takes and comments from Canucks fans fly under the radar; just due to the sheer volume of content that is pumped out. In this series, we aim to find posts that have gone unread within Canucks Twitter… … Read More

Left on Read: Kuzmenko, the Silverlining + Pettersson’s Electric Year

Brayden Fengler and Trent LeithLeft on Read, UncategorizedLeave a Comment

Canucks Twitter is one of the most active (for better or worse) sports team Twitter spheres on the internet. But being that the team sees so much online engagement on a daily basis, it almost goes without saying that some tweets, hot takes, and comments from Canucks fans fly under the radar, just due to the sheer volume of content that is out there. In this series, we aim to … Read More

Left on Read: 2011 Back in the Headlines + Boeser on the Block

Brayden FenglerLeft on Read, UncategorizedLeave a Comment

Have you ever composed a tweet that ends up getting zero engagement? Well, if you’re like me and aren’t boasting a number of followers similar to that of Rogers Arena’s seating capacity, then I would say the odds are pretty high. This series, “Left on Read” is our attempt here at StadiumChinatown.ca to play a small role in addressing some tweets around #Canucks Twitter that at least deserved one or … Read More

Left on Read: OEL and Chiasson Surprise + Will the Canucks Ever Lose Again?

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Canucks Twitter is a fascinating place, full of reasonable, and unreasonable discussions. However, it is also a loud place, and not every opinion gets a counter, not every witty joke gets the minimal acknowledgment it deserves. We here at StadiumChinatown.ca have developed this series in an attempt to chip away at that problem. Below you will find five tweets that were regrettably “Left on Read”. These people heard nothing in … Read More

Left on Read: Rathbone Should Return + Hockey Canada Disappoints

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It’s been a while since we’ve done one of these. Left on Read is a series here at StadiumChinatown.ca where we dive into #Canucks Twitter in search of questions from Canucks fans that have gone without a response from the rest of Twitter. Below you will find five tweets that meet the criteria for “Left on Read”, and what these tweets will get is an uncalled-for overdone response far-stretching beyond … Read More

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

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When we at StadiumChinatown.ca 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 … Read More

Left on Read: Trade Deadline + COVID Concerns

Brayden FenglerLeft on ReadLeave a Comment

Welcome to “Left on Read”. This is the third entry in our series of articles where we aim to dive deep into Canucks Twitter and resurface with a few hand-picked Canucks questions that didn’t get enough love and attention. In the paragraphs below, you will see responses to questions raised by members of the Canucks Twitter community. The catch is that these questions in the form of tweets have gone … Read More

Left on Read: Lacrosse Goals and Shots Off the Post

Trent LeithLeft on ReadLeave a Comment

You have a thought, a good one too. You carefully word that thought into 280 characters or less and are sure to work in “#Canucks” to maximize your reach amongst your fellow fans. You re-read the tweet, and you hit send. A few moments later, you check your notifications and there’s nothing. The next morning, still nothing. Your carefully articulated thoughts echo for eternity into the void of the little … Read More

Your Canucks Questions: Left on Read

Brayden FenglerLeft on ReadLeave a Comment

The Vancouver Canucks fan base is one of the most engaged and vocal hockey communities in the NHL. Come game days, and really every day in between you can find no shortage of online chatter surrounding every discernible topic on the Vancouver Canucks. However, with a room this big, not every voice can always be heard. Some tweets slip through the cracks, and sometimes thoughtful replies go unaddressed. Well, that’s … Read More