The Canucks Worst Enemy Is Their Easy Home Stretch Schedule

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The Vancouver Canucks have eight teams left to face and eleven games to play before they wrap up their 2022-23 NHL season (excluding their unrealistic yet still mathematically possible shot at the playoffs). Vancouver currently sits 25th in the league. It’s bad news for those that want the Canucks to have a shot at quality draft picks – or one specific high-quality draft pick – as the team has recently … 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

Kuzmenko Extends – What Does This Say About Vancouver’s Future

Brayden FenglerContracts, Players1 Comment

There is widespread speculation that Canucks captain Bo Horvat is not a priority for Canucks management to re-sign. The team’s extension of Andrei Kuzmenko on Thursday only gives more legitimacy to those beliefs. Although Kuzmenko’s production and potential made him a high-value trade piece, it seems that the Canucks were able to work out a favourable bridge deal with their new Russian asset. Two Year Extension Kuzmenko has agreed to … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Week 15 Recap

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In a parallel universe, this week would’ve been a truly awesome one for the Canucks. The skate was finally freed, and by now they should be well on their way to cementing their place in the standings to lock in a playoff appearance on the other side of the All-Star Break. However, that universe is not the one this Canucks team exists in. Although the famous flying skate logo did … Read More

4 Things Canucks Fans Can Look Forward to in 2023

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Depending on how dialed in you are as a Canucks fan at this stage of their 2022-23 season, this very title could bring about a myriad of different emotions. If you’ve already checked out after the team’s troublesome start to the year, perhaps you’re reading the title of this article and wondering if the team has actually turned it around. However, if you’ve stuck with the Canucks game in and … Read More

Pettersson Flips the Script With Strong First Part of Season

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Over the past few seasons, Elias Pettersson has had moments where he’s matched his team’s poor performance and moments where he’s been the shining star amongst an otherwise bland Canucks squad. This season is trending to be more like the latter. It’s clearer than ever that EP40 has been one of the most consistent forwards on a team that has otherwise been treading water since the start of the season … Read More

Hopes and Dreams for the Start of the Canucks 2022-23 Season

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The Canucks begin their 2022-23 campaign tonight against the Edmonton Oilers, one of the only two teams kind enough to allow the Canucks to walk away with a victory in the pre-season. If Vancouver’s pre-season record of 2-6 is any indication of how the Canucks will perform in their first run of regular season games, then the bar hasn’t been set too high for the team. However, the pre-season is … Read More

What We’ve Learned From the Canucks Pre-season So Far

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We’re nearly halfway through the Canucks’ pre-season, and the regular season is now just around the corner. Still, the Canucks have four pre-season games left to play, and their initial outings haven’t exactly been great. This is when it’s important to remember that pre-season is a learning experience for the whole organization. Not all the heavy hitters are in place or playing on their battle-tested lines. So of course results … Read More

Anticipating Andrei Kuzmenko’s 2022-23 Canucks Season

Brayden FenglerFree Agency, Players1 Comment

The ink is barely dry on Andrei Kuzmenko’s one-year $1.8M contract, but before he even picked up a pen, anticipation was in the air about what this extremely effective young player could do for the Canucks next season. Now that his presence in Vancouver is a sure thing, the anticipation can really begin in earnest. We’re still a ways out from puck drop on the 2022-23 season, and the entire … Read More

A Summary Of The Kuzmenko Situation

Trent LeithFree AgencyLeave a Comment

It’s June in Vancouver which means the Canucks are far from the top of mind. The Stanley Cup playoffs are drawing to a close, ̶T̶h̶e̶ ̶s̶u̶n̶ ̶i̶s̶ ̶s̶h̶i̶n̶i̶n̶g̶ it is still raining, and we are finally getting away from our TVs. But every once in a while you tune into Sportsnet 650, Twitter or r/Canucks to see what’s happening around the Canucks and all you see is people talking about … Read More