Canucks Extend GM Patrik Allvin, and He Get’s Right to Work

Brayden FenglerManagement

The Canucks have extended GM Patrik Allvin, just over a week after they extended President of Hockey Operations Jim Rutherford. Rutherford and Allvin were both brought into the organization back in December of 2021. Reading this hiring date out loud, it sounds and feels like a lifetime ago, especially when considering where the Canucks were then, and where Jim and Patrik have led them to now in terms of on-ice … Read More

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

Brayden FenglerManagement, PlayersLeave a Comment

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

How Should the Canucks Replace Oliver Ekman-Larsson

Brayden FenglerDefence, Off SeasonLeave a Comment

With Oliver Ekaman-Larsson now officially out of the picture after his buyout at the hands of Patrick Allvin, his pending absence next season certainly brings with it a lot of questions. Many of those questions involve what the Canucks will do with the cap space created, and how they will look to fill OEL’s position on the ice. With a lot still yet to happen this off-season, the ramifications of … Read More

The Canucks in October, Why This Time of Year Feels Scarier Than Last Season

Brayden FenglerManagementLeave a Comment

It’s only five games into this 82 game season and if games were years and the Canucks were a person, they would barely be old enough to form memories yet. This lens makes it seem irrational to worry and crazy to panic, so can someone please explain why that still feels like the logical emotion to have, even this early in the 2022-23 campaign? It’s hard to believe that considering … 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

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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 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