Nils Höglander, Showing the Benefits of AHL Development

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Nils Höglander has played 20 games for the Canucks so far this season and is already about to match the 25 games that he played for the club last year. Höglander spent the bulk of last season with the Abbotsford Canucks, playing a total of 45 games for the club where he notched 32 points when all was said and done. Höglander played the majority of last season with the … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Week 7 Recap

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Game 19: November 20th vs. The San Jose Sharks The Vancouver Canucks faced off against the San Jose Sharks for the second time this season on Monday night. For Vancouver, the expectation going into this game was that it should be an easy victory for the club, as their last meeting with the Sharks of course ended in a lopsided 10-1 victory. After a brief brush with royalty, the game … Read More

What is Happening with Pettersson?

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Anyone who watches Elias Pettersson regularly can tell something is off with the star Swede, but what? Is it an injury? Two injuries? Or is it simply a slump after a hot start? We don’t know, but we can speculate based on what we have seen on a night-to-night basis. Potential Injury There is much speculation that Pettersson is dealing with a groin issue. A groin issue would explain why … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Week 6 Recap

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Game 16: November 15th vs. The New York Islanders On Wednesday night the Canucks welcomed back their former captain Bo Horvat to Rogers Arena for the first time since his departure. The story going into this game was very much an off-the-ice story, with many speculating how exactly Vancouver fans would welcome their former leader back, after his controversial comments made about Vancouver during the Islanders playoff push last season. … Read More

The Best Around, a Freeze Frame on the Canucks’ Dominant Status in the NHL

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It’s hard to believe where this Canucks team has found themselves so far this season, even despite their weaker performance against Calgary on Thursday night. However, after the team’s overtime win against their former captain on Wednesday night, the Canucks, who were already near the top of the league in a number of categories, reached even further heights. The Canucks Near the Top the League Currently, the Vancouver Canucks sit … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Week 5 Recap

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Game 12: November 6th vs. The Edmonton Oilers The Canucks’ first game of the week was on Monday night as they squared off against the Edmonton Oilers. Since the Oilers played the Canucks twice to start the season and lost, they have gone 2-5-1. Seats are getting hot, players are getting frustrated and goalies are still M.I.A. The Canucks on the other hand have gone 6-2-1 since the two games … Read More

Demko’s Star Still Shines Brightest on Improved Canucks

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The Canucks are the talk of the town right now, the team is playing better than they have in recent memory and currently sits fourth in the entire league. All key players are largely playing their part, the powerplay is killer, the defence and backchecking are dialed in, and as always Thatcher Demko has been amazing in the net. Over the last few seasons, on many occasions, Demko has been … Read More

Canucks Community and Engagement Schedule

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The Canucks have announced their community celebration and fan engagement nights for the first half of the 2023-24 season. While the Canucks can no longer wear their fantastic jerseys for warm-ups, they are still designing, making, and auctioning special jerseys for marginalized communities and social initiatives. The Canucks will also be allowed to wear special tape on their stick should they choose to, thanks in large part to the actions … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Week 4 Recap

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Game 9: October 31st vs. The Nashville Predators Even without the added fear factor of the sharp yellow, black, and red flying skate jerseys that the Canucks wore on Halloween night, the Predators should’ve already been fearful of the Vancouver team. The Canucks beat the Predators in their last head-to-head the Tuesday prior, and the home team was coming into this game having won three of the last four contests. … 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