Cards On The Table, The Canucks Should Go All In

Trent LeithPlayoffsLeave a Comment

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

Medically Speaking – What’s Going On With the Canucks?

Brayden FenglerManagement, Players, UncategorizedLeave a Comment

Recently it has seemed that it’s far from just the Canuck’s’ on-ice performance that has been deserving of some real scrutiny. Sparked by a Quinn Hughes comment to the media the effectiveness and ability of the Canucks’ medical staff and overall method of dealing with injured players has come into question. This article highlights some of the key quotes and opinions that have come out in the wake of Quinn … Read More

J.T. Miller Signs a 7-Year Deal With Canucks. Allvin’s Biggest Decision Yet

Brayden FenglerPlayers1 Comment

The Vancouver Canucks long-running game of love it or list it, with forward J.T. Miller has finally come to an end. Miller has agreed to terms on a 7-year deal with the Canucks. This deal will net him a total of $56 million, saddling the Canucks with a yearly cap hit of $8 million up until the 2030 NHL season. There is really no way to understate the gravity of … Read More

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

Brayden FenglerUncategorizedLeave a Comment

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

A Timeline of Canucks Hirings and Firings Since December

Brayden FenglerCoaches, Management2 Comments

And there we have it folks, with the signing of Patrik Allvin as the new GM of the Vancouver Canucks the search for the last remaining stone on the front office infinity gauntlet has been completed (for now maybe…). We have come full circle since the front-office shakeup that began on December 5th, with the firing of most notably then Canucks Head Coach Travis Green and General Manager Jim Benning. … Read More

Jim Rutherford to Be President and Interim GM of Canucks

Brayden FenglerManagement2 Comments

Ruth there it is!… yeah, doesn’t have the same ring. The long and exhaustive search for a new Canucks General Manager and President is over, for now. Stan Smyl’s interim role as Canucks GM looks to be shorter than expected as ownership has a deal to hire Jim Rutherford in a new Interim role. Things seemed to come together quickly this morning on this deal, and even as the Canucks … Read More