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

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

Canucks Weekly Fares: Week 3 Recap

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Game 6: October 24th vs. The Nashville Predators The Canucks took the ice for the first time this past week on Tuesday. Vancouver, along with every other team in the NHL played a game during what was being dubbed a “Frozen Frenzy” by ESPN. The American sports network took a page out of its football coverage playbook, copying the Red Zone format by jumping around between all 16 games 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

How are we feeling about the Vancouver Canucks?

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Over two weeks ago, before Young Stars, before Training Camp, before the horrific ten-nothing loss to the Calgary Flames during the Canuck’s first exhibition game, we put out a poll on our Twitter X account. Now, we’re not operating under any delusion that this poll has the sample size to make it significant, and overlly meaningful. Nevertheless, it serves as an interesting snippet from one moment in time regarding a … Read More

Quinn Hughes: Favourite for The Next Canucks Captain

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There has been rumour and speculation swirling around for some time regarding who would be the next captain of the Vancouver Canucks. There are three clear candidates to fill Bo Horvat’s vacant shoes to become the 15th captain in franchise history, JT Miller, Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes. However, no official captain had been named. JT Miller Miller is a fan favourite choice from anyone who loves the fiery forward, … 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

Speculation: Columbus Might Be the Perfect Fit for JT Miller

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Everything surrounding the Canucks lately seems to be quiet, there isn’t much happening and the rumour mill hasn’t started churning with anything new so far this summer. Unlike the Canucks, the Columbus Blue Jackets have been wasting no time getting a kick start to their summer by making trades and shaking up the coaching staff. Firstly, the Jackets have all but announced that Mike Babcock will be the new head … Read More

5 Things for Canucks Fans to Worry About This off Season

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The Canucks regular season has come and gone, and for many Canucks fans it couldn’t have gone fast enough. This time last year the Canucks sat on the outside looking in after a year when the organization claimed that making the playoffs was a must. Now one year later, with a new management group at the helm for a full season, and a similar sentiment about making the playoffs, the … Read More