Darryl’s Dissections – Canucks vs. Hurricanes

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     Wow, it’s been more than five years since I’ve posted anything Canucks related. I don’t know where you were five years ago – but that feels like a lifetime ago for me! First of all, thanks for checking out my first post-game recap in a while – I hope you appreciate the amount of detail and information you’ll find exclusively with my work.  The All-Star Weekend is over – it … Read More

Quinn Hughes Is Not Your Father’s Captain and That’s Okay

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September rolls around and just like that, we have something to talk about. It’s been the off-season for the entire NHL, so news and developments around the league have been slow going, and Vancouver has been no exception. With just under a month left to go before the puck drops on the regular season, the Canucks upper brass decided that they couldn’t wait to get people talking. In a monumental … Read More

Reviewing our Predictions for the Canucks’ 2021-22 Season

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With the NHL Playoffs nearly at their final stretch, we’ve almost reached that sad, yet sunny time of the year where hockey sticks are replaced with golf clubs and where yelling at your TV is replaced with yelling at your barbeque. What also usually happens around this time of year, is that the feeling of disappointment from the season that just passed begins to feel a little duller. Before you … Read More

The Current State of The Vancouver Canucks Season

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The Canucks have been on pause since their mid-season break on March 24th. On the eve of the team’s planned return on March 31st, Adam Gaudette was pulled mid-practice with a positive test for COVID-19. The return of games would be postponed for more than 2 weeks as players and coaches recovered from what has been reported as 25 positive tests, of one of the harsher variants of COVID-19. The … Read More

Why Gaudette Deserves a Shot in the Top Six.

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When Elias Pettersson left the Vancouver Canucks lineup with an undisclosed upper-body injury, we all knew that there would be a wrench thrown into the top six. One positive thing about that wrench though, is that it has created opportunities for guys further down the lineup to prove themselves in the top half of the roster. Jake Virtanen got a shot on a line with Bo Hrovat and Tanner Pearson … Read More

Holtby’s Early Tenure with the Canucks

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No one knew what to expect out of the Canucks goaltending without Jacob Markstrom in the net this year. But it’s safe to say that what the team has gotten in the net so far, is still leaving much to be desired. Braden Holtby’s early tenure with the Canucks has been less than ideal for all parties involved. Holtby has never experienced a regulation losing streak in the NHL as … Read More

What to expect with J.T Miller and Jordie Benn Out of the Line-Up

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‘Twas the night before Hockey, it was finally back. Everyone was happy when suddenly, SMACK! The Hamonic signing was out, but the news didn’t stop. Fore it was time, for the other shoe to finally drop. The team was in Edmonton, but J.T. was at home. And Canucks fans had a bad feeling, deep in the bone. Just as the final piece to the puzzle was placed Tuesday evening with … Read More