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

The Best Performances By Canucks Players

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With the Canucks officially eliminated, there is not a lot of meaning left in the two games remaining on their schedule. Just because the season in its entirety may not have been a success, that doesn’t mean there haven’t been successes along the way, however.  From the hot streaks that this team has been on to the stabilization of the penalty kill, there has certainly been lots to like about … Read More

Pros and Cons of The Canucks Trading at The Deadline

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As the Canucks approach the trade deadline, it seems as though every option is firmly on the table for the club. Has this team shown enough to add pieces, or at the very least stay the course? Have they shown that they aren’t quite there and need a step back? Well, it depends who you ask. The 2021/22 Canucks are a Rorschach test on ice, you see what you’re looking … 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

Left on Read: Lacrosse Goals and Shots Off the Post

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You have a thought, a good one too. You carefully word that thought into 280 characters or less and are sure to work in “#Canucks” to maximize your reach amongst your fellow fans. You re-read the tweet, and you hit send. A few moments later, you check your notifications and there’s nothing. The next morning, still nothing. Your carefully articulated thoughts echo for eternity into the void of the little … 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