A Queer Eye on Pride Night

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On Friday, March 31st, the Canucks hosted their annual pride night. As per usual, the Canucks pulled out all the stops by hosting a drag show, wearing a locally designed Pride warmup jersey, and making a $20,000 donation to QMUNITY – a Vancouver-based non-profit organization that supports and assists 2SLGBTQIA+ people and their allies. They couldn’t completely stay away from the bad press when Tocchet shared with the media that … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Week 20 Recap

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Schenn Scratched, Trade to Follow Tuesday was Family Day, and Luke Schenn was a healthy scratch for trade-related reasons. Schenn went back home to Vancouver to be with his wife who is expecting to give birth to their third child on March 3rd, the deadline day. With trade talks heating up around Schenn the Canucks saw it fit to protect the asset and keep him off the ice until a … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Week 16 Recap

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The Canucks made a few different statements this week. They made a commitment to some players and watched others slip away. They took steps to maintain players’ health, while at the same time showing up to play against some of the league’s worst teams. It was certainly an entertaining week to be a Vancouver Canucks fan, but in terms of the team’s overall direction, it’s hard to say if this … Read More

Taking a Look At Allvin and Rutherford’s First Off-Season in Vancouver

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This is the first off-season for the Vancouver Canucks’ new management group and it was expected to be an off-season full of overhauls, but to this point, we seem to have reached a standstill. While some changes have happened, the elephant in the room, JT Miller, has seen no updates, only speculation, and rumours.  POHO Jim Rutherford and GM Patrik Allvin made it abundantly clear that Canucks fans should expect … Read More

A Summary Of The Kuzmenko Situation

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It’s June in Vancouver which means the Canucks are far from the top of mind. The Stanley Cup playoffs are drawing to a close, ̶T̶h̶e̶ ̶s̶u̶n̶ ̶i̶s̶ ̶s̶h̶i̶n̶i̶n̶g̶ it is still raining, and we are finally getting away from our TVs. But every once in a while you tune into Sportsnet 650, Twitter or r/Canucks to see what’s happening around the Canucks and all you see is people talking about … Read More