Dakota Joshua’s Absence Puts Question Mark on How Canucks Handle Adversity

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One thing that the Canucks have been lacking over recent seasons is depth from their forwards. Through the last few seasons, the Canucks have had the fortune of Elias Pettersson, J.T. Miller, and Brock Boeser. But beyond the top six, the club struggled to find a reliable third centre to relieve former captain Bo Horvat of his matchup role back when he was on the team. The lack of offensive … Read More

Fantasy Hockey – Available Canucks Players to Help Clinch Your Season

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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

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

Have the Canucks Solved Their Centre Problem?

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A different general manager, a different year of free agency, another centreman acquisition that comes with high hopes. With the acquisition of Curtiz Lazar have the Canucks now solved their issues with depth at centre, or is this new addition just shades of former Canucks’ GM Jim Benning’s Jason Dickinson pick-up only a year earlier? Additionally like all things Canucks this off-season, The decision around J.T. Miller will also play … Read More

Free Agency Day One, Initial Thoughts on the 5 New Canucks

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The Canucks look to close out day one of NHL Free Agency with five new players now under the franchise’s banner. Vancouver grabbed players from all over the ice, two centres, a right winger, and even a goaltender. Some names were bigger than others, and some positions were clearly waited more than others as well. But regardless of how the pieces fell, it’s clear that July 13th was not a … Read More