The Story of the Canucks Defence So Far

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It’s hard to know where to begin with the Canucks defence right now. Imagine you’re in a police station viewing a criminal lineup, but the people in the lineup keep shuffling in and out of the room. That’s what it feels like to try and identify the problem that exists with the current Canucks defence core. The Canucks lead the league in both total goals against and average goals against … Read More

SCT Grab Bag: Special Teams, Pettersson and Höglander

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The start of the season for the Vancouver Canucks has been less than ideal, granted, seemingly on the upswing now. There are a few key concerns and takeaways regarding Elias Pettersson, Nils Höglander and the special teams.  Should You Be Worried about Pettersson? No. Elias Pettersson just has too much raw skill to take a sustained step back this drastic. This is not a player that had been punching out … Read More

How was Höglander’s First Week in the NHL?

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Höglander after he scores first goal

Scoring your first NHL goal in your first NHL game is definitely up there for one of the best ways a Hockey player can start their NHL career. Not every player can be an Auston Matthews and score four goals in their first game, some players have to fight hard just to get one. Fight hard Nils Höglander sure did. Höglander Knows Where to Be. Positioning, positioning, positioning. Did I … 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

Did the Off-Season Put the Canucks a step ahead, or behind?

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It’s safe to say this offseason for the Canucks has had its ups and downs, with some high turnover of veterans and key players in the locker room. On the other hand, there were bullets dodged as far as UFA contracts go and there is potential young talent ready to make their mark on the NHL.  In the first days of the summer the off-season it looked like the potential … Read More