Canucks Best Predators in Six Games, Round 1 Series Recap

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Despite only allowing Nashville two wins, and at one point being up 3-1 over the Predators in the series it still never looked easy for the Canucks. Game one was decisive, game three was a narrow win and game four really should have gone Nashville’s way right up until the very end. Then of course game six was really anyone’s game until the dying minutes. However, the past is the … Read More

What the Canucks’ Past and Present All-Star Representatives Says About the Team

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Without a shadow of a doubt, this is the Canucks most deserving year in terms of representation at the All-Star game. Gone are the days of Vancouver being a bottom-feeder team sending their lone highlight player. Now they are in a position where the majority of their top talent will be present in Toronto. This is a very new situation for the Canucks. Quinn Hughes was automatically selected by the … Read More

Cards On The Table, The Canucks Should Go All In

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One year ago, Brock Boeser had asked for a trade out of Vancouver, rumours swirled about whether Miller was going to be traded or not, and the Canucks were closer to winning the draft lottery than anything else. But today, the Canucks are considered contenders, and many people see the Canucks as having a serious chance at a Stanley Cup. The Canucks had won 27 games at the halfway mark … Read More

The Canucks Are Good, and You Should Feel Good About It

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The Vancouver Canucks have crossed into double digits in terms of games played, with their tenth game and seventh win of the season coming Thursday night against a last-place San Jose Sharks team. With that win the Canucks are now sitting 5th in the entire NHL, and 2nd in the Pacific Division, only behind the league-leading Vegas Golden Knights who have played one more game. The Canucks haven’t been in … Read More

Brock Boeser, A Deserved and Exceptional Start to the Season

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Fewer players in the NHL deserved to have as good of a start to this season as Brock Boeser. Boeser came out of the gate swinging, scoring four goals in the Canucks’ first game of the season. Since Boeser’s display on opening night, his individual production and value to the team have remained at a high level. Can Boeser leverage this fantastic start to the year and turn it into … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Week 2 Recap

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Game 3: October 17th vs. The Philadelphia Flyers The Canucks started their week Tuesday against the Philadelphia Flyers in the Flyers home opener. After opening the season with two wins against the Oilers, the Canucks were looking to keep the winning streak alive now that they were facing a team expected to land further down the standings than both the Oilers and the Canucks. Even though the Canucks won their … Read More

Projected Forward Lines for the Canucks 2023-24 Season

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The Stanley Cup Playoffs are long over, the NHL Entry Draft is complete, and NHL Free Agency has come and gone. With all those items now firmly in the history books, the next NHL season is starting to peer more and more around the corner. The Canucks haven’t made any major moves on the offensive side so far this off-season, but there have been enough pieces shuffled around that there … Read More

Podkolzin Under Tocchet

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Last season, Vasily Podkolzin was the only Russian player on the Vancouver Canucks. This year, he started the season with a Russian teammate in Kuzmenko but was sent down to the Abbotsford Canucks partway through the season. Under new coach Rick Tocchet, Podkolzin has returned to Vancouver’s main club and has made an impact in ways that he was unable to earlier this season. Is this the start of a … Read More

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

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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