Fantasy Hockey – Available Canucks Players to Help Clinch Your Season

Brayden FenglerFantasy HockeyLeave a Comment

We officially have just under two months until the end of this NHL season. Although the road to the playoffs is still a ways away for real-life NHL General Managers, fantasy hockey GMs are gearing up for their playoff run a lot sooner. If you dabble in the dark arts of fantasy hockey in either head-to-head categories or head-to-head points leagues then depending on the size of your league, your … 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

Hopes and Dreams for the Start of the Canucks 2022-23 Season

Brayden FenglerPreseason1 Comment

The Canucks begin their 2022-23 campaign tonight against the Edmonton Oilers, one of the only two teams kind enough to allow the Canucks to walk away with a victory in the pre-season. If Vancouver’s pre-season record of 2-6 is any indication of how the Canucks will perform in their first run of regular season games, then the bar hasn’t been set too high for the team. However, the pre-season is … Read More

Move It or Lose It. J.T. Miller Trade Paramount for Canucks

Brayden FenglerPlayers, Trades2 Comments

Have you ever seen that gif of the cartoon rage typing on their keyboard with such intensity that their fingers, hands, and whole arms progressively disintegrate until they are left banging their head against their keyboard? That’s how it’s felt over this past year to be in favour of a J.T. Miller trade. The dream situation in terms of the return that J.T. could’ve brought, would’ve been if he was … Read More

4 Improved Canucks Players Under Bruce Boudreau

Brayden FenglerCoaches, PlayersLeave a Comment

It still feels good to write things that are positive about this Canucks team. It’s been nearly two weeks now since the well-received Canucks regime change took place, and it’s been hard to stop gushing about the positive effects that this switch-up has already had on the team. As the games go by it only becomes more exciting, as the longer this increased performance is sustained, the more likely it … Read More

Second Annual Petey Panic. Where is Elias Pettersson?

Brayden FenglerPlayers7 Comments

We’ve been here before. Early into the season, with the number of games played not even in the double digits and the question is starting to percolate in Canucks fans’ minds: Where oh where is Elias Pettersson? Now don’t worry, you didn’t miss anything, he’s signed, he’s on the ice, but when Canucks fans think of what Petey can be, his performance so far this season does not live up … Read More

The Canucks’ New Blue-Collar Approach to Their Game

Trent LeithGeneral3 Comments

Saturday night the Vancouver Canucks snapped a 6 game losing streak with a decisive win over the Calgary Flames. The team looked much different than in the previous games, even if you consider how they have been playing better over the last few contests. The difference on Saturday night was a mentality change. The Canucks’ new blue-collar approach to their game is what could lead them down the path of … Read More

Your Canucks Questions: Left on Read

Brayden FenglerLeft on ReadLeave a Comment

The Vancouver Canucks fan base is one of the most engaged and vocal hockey communities in the NHL. Come game days, and really every day in between you can find no shortage of online chatter surrounding every discernible topic on the Vancouver Canucks. However, with a room this big, not every voice can always be heard. Some tweets slip through the cracks, and sometimes thoughtful replies go unaddressed. Well, that’s … Read More