When Hamonic Draws In, Who Comes Out?

Trent LeithDefence, Lineup Changes1 Comment

It is no secret that the Vancouver Canucks are having I’m incredibly poor start to the season. The defence has been particularly bad despite new additions to the blue line. Now that the Canucks are starting a homestand on Saturday, Travis Hamonic is eligible to play for the team again. He was not able to play in the United States due to his vaccinations status and he missed out on … Read More

Something Needs To Give – How to Fix the Power Play

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At what point do we stop saying “I know it’s early but….” when it comes to criticizing players and the Vancouver Canucks as a whole? At this moment the Canucks are roughly 10% of the way through the season and many aspects that this team usually relies on are not rounding into form quickly enough.  Elias Pettersson is not his regular self, JT Miller is putting up points, but seems … Read More

There Is No Need to Over Think – It’s Lotto Line Time

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The Canucks have opened their season with a poor 1-2-1 record in their first four games. For a team that has a “playoff or bust” attitude, this isn’t the best way to go about collecting points.  Now, I know it’s early and I shouldn’t read too much into an early-season speedbump, but every game matters especially as this team is far from a lock to make the postseason. There are … Read More

Miller’s Time at Centre, Canucks Can Capitalize

Brayden FenglerLineup Changes, Players4 Comments

J.T. Miller didn’t have as rough of a start to the season as Elias Pettersson, or as explosive of a start as his other usual linemate Brock Boeser. Miller started out the season stuck in the same middle ground as Canucks captain Bo Horvat. The two players showed some exciting moments of play early on, and gave no reason for concern, yet they left some Canucks fans wanting more. Unlike … Read More

What to expect with J.T Miller and Jordie Benn Out of the Line-Up

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‘Twas the night before Hockey, it was finally back. Everyone was happy when suddenly, SMACK! The Hamonic signing was out, but the news didn’t stop. Fore it was time, for the other shoe to finally drop. The team was in Edmonton, but J.T. was at home. And Canucks fans had a bad feeling, deep in the bone. Just as the final piece to the puzzle was placed Tuesday evening with … Read More