Fantasy Hockey – Available Canucks Players to Help Clinch Your Season

Brayden FenglerFantasy HockeyLeave a Comment

We officially have just under two months until the end of this NHL season. Although the road to the playoffs is still a ways away for real-life NHL General Managers, fantasy hockey GMs are gearing up for their playoff run a lot sooner. If you dabble in the dark arts of fantasy hockey in either head-to-head categories or head-to-head points leagues then depending on the size of your league, your … Read More

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

Brayden FenglerPreseason1 Comment

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

No Doubt. The Canucks Will NOT Make The Playoffs This Year

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I come to you now, as a humble man, a humble man asking for your forgiveness and your understanding. I was wrong, so, very wrong. In September of 2021, well ahead of this season’s first puck drop I wrote an article for this very site, entitled No Doubt. The Canucks Will Make the Playoffs This Year. Why, why did I have to add the “No Doubt” in front of that … Read More

Canucks Trade Deadline Recap

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The trade deadline has come and gone, and the Canucks were involved in four transactions, and punted on many more. Here is all you need to know about the 2021-22 Canucks trade deadline. Deals Made Hamonic to The Senators for a 3rd In a trade that shocked the Canucks fanbase, the Vancouver Canucks traded Travis Hamonic in exchange for a 3rd round pick (that happens to be theirs). The thing … Read More

Juho Lammikko, Found Money if Flipped by Canucks

Brayden FenglerPlayers, Trades1 Comment

It’s somewhat amusing that although in large part Jim Benning’s tenure was undeniably disappointing, there seem to be a few decisions made in the final gasps of his employment that have actually aged somewhat well. One example of course is the acquisition of Conor Garland, and the extremely reasonable contract he was subsequently signed to. That trade of course came with the albatross of Oliver Ekman-Larsson, yet still, Garland himself … Read More

Canucks Expo-sition: No More Half Measures – Canucks Season So Far

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Here we are, the Canucks are hanging onto a playoff race by the thinnest of margins coming out of the All-Star Break, the unofficial halfway mark of the season. A lot has happened this season to date already, so we at StadiumChinatown.ca decided it would be a great time to dust off the best train-related pun we have and bring back the Expo-sition for a quick recap of every major … 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