The Canucks Top 10 Warmup Jerseys

Reid BoermaGeneral, Off SeasonLeave a Comment

Is anyone interested in some prime off-season hockey conversation? No? Too bad, it’s almost August and even Dhaliwal is tweeting golf photos. We’re in the middle of the off-season and although some of us may have moved on, others (like myself) are still reeling from the news that broke last month regarding the NHL ban on special event warmup jerseys across the league. When I heard the news, it brought … Read More

Projected Defensive Pairing for the Canucks 2023-24 Season

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Every season at, we project out both the forward lines and defence pairings after the significant moves for the summer have come and gone. To say there has been some turnover on the back end would be a massive understatement. Only a single player under contract was on the opening night lineup, Quinn Hughes. Only two regulars are expected to be regulars again, Hughes and Tyler Myers (who started … Read More

How Should the Canucks Replace Oliver Ekman-Larsson

Brayden FenglerDefence, Off SeasonLeave a Comment

With Oliver Ekaman-Larsson now officially out of the picture after his buyout at the hands of Patrick Allvin, his pending absence next season certainly brings with it a lot of questions. Many of those questions involve what the Canucks will do with the cap space created, and how they will look to fill OEL’s position on the ice. With a lot still yet to happen this off-season, the ramifications of … Read More

5 Things for Canucks Fans to Worry About This off Season

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The Canucks regular season has come and gone, and for many Canucks fans it couldn’t have gone fast enough. This time last year the Canucks sat on the outside looking in after a year when the organization claimed that making the playoffs was a must. Now one year later, with a new management group at the helm for a full season, and a similar sentiment about making the playoffs, the … Read More

Taking a Look At Allvin and Rutherford’s First Off-Season in Vancouver

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This is the first off-season for the Vancouver Canucks’ new management group and it was expected to be an off-season full of overhauls, but to this point, we seem to have reached a standstill. While some changes have happened, the elephant in the room, JT Miller, has seen no updates, only speculation, and rumours.  POHO Jim Rutherford and GM Patrik Allvin made it abundantly clear that Canucks fans should expect … Read More

Demko’s Wedding and the Canucks in Attendance

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Not since Adam Gaudette roundhouse kicked his new bride in the face while giving her a lapdance, has as much fun come out of a Vancouver Canucks player’s wedding. After their engagement last summer, Thatcher Demko and Lexie Shaw Demko tied the knot on July 16th, 2022. It’s the offseason, JT Miller is still a Canuck and the biggest splashes of free agency have come and gone. We’re in the … Read More

Reviewing our Predictions for the Canucks’ 2021-22 Season

Brayden FenglerGeneral, Off SeasonLeave a Comment

With the NHL Playoffs nearly at their final stretch, we’ve almost reached that sad, yet sunny time of the year where hockey sticks are replaced with golf clubs and where yelling at your TV is replaced with yelling at your barbeque. What also usually happens around this time of year, is that the feeling of disappointment from the season that just passed begins to feel a little duller. Before you … Read More

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

Brayden Fengler and Trent LeithContracts, Draft, Off Season, Trades2 Comments

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 … Read More

Sedins’ Presence Will Help Shape Canucks Youth

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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. … Read More

4 Potential Canucks Free Agent Defence Signings

Trent LeithDefence, Off Season1 Comment

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 … Read More