Pettersson Is Playing Elite, Despite His Linemates

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In Brian Burke’s book: Burke’s Law, he mentions several times that there is nothing Canadians hate more than overpaid hockey players. In Vancouver, we have no shortage of history with overpaid players. But I think Burke had it wrong, I think there is nothing Canadians hate more than players about to sign a huge contract. Let’s think about what the Leafs have gone through in the last few years. Nylander … Read More

What If Bo Horvat Wins the Rocket Richard?

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It is no secret Bo Horvat can score goals, arguably better than anyone in the league right now. What happens if this trend keeps up and Bo Horvat wins the Rocket Richard at the end of the year?  I know, there is a lot of season left for Bo to keep up this scoring pace. But Bo has been scoring at this pace since last season. Since March 15th, 2022, … Read More

Horvat: Is He Scoring Himself Out Of Vancouver?

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It is no secret Bo Horvat has put the Canucks on his back to start this season. Not only does he lead the team in goals (12) but he is second in the entire NHL behind only Connor McDavid (14). He is also the only Canuck to score a short-handed goal this season with two. He has been a goal-scoring monster in the first 13 games but also leads the … Read More

Martin’s Future As The Canucks’ Backup

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The Canucks have struggled in the last couple of years to find a goaltending tandem that they could trust, and that didn’t have future implications on the cap. Now though, the Caunucks seem to have put themselves in a position where that may no longer be a problem. On April 8th, 2022 the Canucks signed Spencer Martin to a two-year, one-way deal, that puts Martin in the position to be … Read More

Where Are the Canucks With Travis Green’s Contract

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Eight games, a single-digit amount, that’s how many games Travis Green has left behind the Vancouver Canucks’ bench. Unless of course, the Canucks and Green agree to a new contract before his current one expires on July 1st. At the moment though, whether or not this will happen is up for heated speculation. If the Canucks don’t strike a deal with Green before the team plays their final game this … Read More

Pearson’s New Contract and its Future Implications

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On Thursday afternoon reports came out that Tanner Pearson has signed a 3 year $3.25M deal. Prior to the signing, the 28-year-old winger was the main focus of trade speculation for the Canucks heading into the April 12th, trade deadline. Pearson has been a staple on Bo Horvat’s wing over the course of the 3 seasons he has been with this team, putting up 36 goals during that time with … Read More