Left on Read: Trade Deadline + COVID Concerns

Brayden FenglerLeft on ReadLeave a Comment

Welcome to “Left on Read”. This is the third entry in our series of articles where we aim to dive deep into Canucks Twitter and resurface with a few hand-picked Canucks questions that didn’t get enough love and attention. In the paragraphs below, you will see responses to questions raised by members of the Canucks Twitter community. The catch is that these questions in the form of tweets have gone … Read More

How the Canucks Can Make the Best of a Bad Situation

Trent LeithGeneralLeave a Comment

Earlier this week, we took a look at what needs to go right for the Canucks to get another playoff berth. Now we will take a look at the ugly side of the same coin and examine how the Canucks can make the best of a bad situation should the team keep trending to the bottom of the league.  It is safe to say the 2021 Vancouver Canucks season has … Read More

Jordie Benn Could Be a Major Fix for the Canucks

Trent LeithDefenceLeave a Comment

You always hear people in hockey say things like “he had a quiet night and that’s what you look for from a defenceman”, it’s a cliché, but it’s a cliché because it’s correct. Jordie Benn could be among one of the major fixes the Canucks need with this current roster, in order for it to live up to that timeless turn of phrase. I knew Benn had slotted into the … Read More

The Story of the Canucks Defence So Far

Brayden FenglerDefence2 Comments

It’s hard to know where to begin with the Canucks defence right now. Imagine you’re in a police station viewing a criminal lineup, but the people in the lineup keep shuffling in and out of the room. That’s what it feels like to try and identify the problem that exists with the current Canucks defence core. The Canucks lead the league in both total goals against and average goals against … Read More