Vancouver Canucks

Countdown To Puck Drop – Day 43 – Quinn Hughes: Key To Canucks’ Future

Introducing The Hockey Writers’ Countdown to Puck Drop series. From now until the puck drops on the 2019-20 NHL’s regular season on Oct. 2 when the Toronto Maple Leafs host the Ottawa Senators, we’ll be producing content that’s connected to...

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Canucks’ Top 5 Agitators Of All Time

The Vancouver Canucks have had many greats over the years, from exciting players to agitators that have become fan favorites. Today I will be honoring the latter, the ones that are sometimes underappreciated but valuable nonetheless. With that said,...

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Canucks News & Rumors: Boeser, Luongo, Green & More

Restricted free agent (RFA) Brock Boeser has not yet signed, however, that doesn’t mean that Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning hasn’t been busy during the offseason. In fact, he’s added lots of pieces to the team and the roster...
Related topics: Sports Rumors

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More Than Hockey: Acts Of Kindness From Vancouver Canucks

One of the greatest things about the sport of hockey is that the passion we see on the ice can often be recognized in other elements of players’ lives. While it is important that players in the limelight can be seen as role models for the...

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3 Former Canucks You Might Have Forgotten About

Vancouver Canucks fans have been fortunate enough to see some great names embroidered on the backs of jerseys for the past couple of decades. There are names that immediately come to mind when we hear the word ‘great.’ Guys like Mattias...

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A Look Back At The West Coast Express Line

This article was originally written in December, 2015. During the dead puck era in the years leading to the 2004-05 NHL lockout, the Canucks’ trio of Markus Naslund, Todd Bertuzzi and Brendan Morrison far from followed the pattern of...

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Canucks’ Power Play Can Become Elite

This is all easier said than done, but when you’ve got players as offensively gifted as Elias Pettersson, Brock Boeser, and Quinn Hughes all on one team, chances are, your power play is going to be an effective one. Last season, though, the...

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Nhl Rumors: Oilers, Bruins, Devils, Canucks, More

In today’s NHL rumor rundown, we start with an answer to the question, ‘Was Milan Lucic ever going to get traded to Vancouver?’. From there, rumors surround the New Jersey Devils who are not done “wheeling and dealing”...
Related topics: Sports Rumors, Boston Bruins

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5 Most Hated Names In Canucks History

Every team has at least one player or manager who will go down in history as ‘most hated,’ but what happens if a franchise has five? If you dig deep enough, you could fill a book with players that you personally disliked, but there are...

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Vancouver Canucks All-time Team

Over the course of their 50-year history, the Vancouver Canucks have had many memorable and legendary players walk the halls of Rogers Arena and the Pacific Coliseum. With the 50th anniversary season looming, I thought it would be interesting to...
Related topics: Anniversaries

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Ferland’s Impact On The Canucks And Flames Rivalry

On July 10, 2019, the Vancouver Canucks signed Micheal Ferland to a four-year deal with a $3.5 million cap hit. In doing so, the former Calgary Flame, who played last season with the Carolina Hurricanes, inserted himself back into the Canucks/Flames...
Related topics: Hurricanes

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3 Reasons The Canucks Will Be Tougher In 2019-20

In a few short weeks, the Vancouver Canucks have transformed into a tougher, more balanced team both up front and on the backend. Judging by the recent acquisitions made by general manager Jim Benning, this has been the plan from the beginning of...

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Horvat Deserves To Be Canucks’ Captain

When Henrik and Daniel Sedin announced their retirement last year, Vancouver Canucks fans experienced an array of emotions. Many hoped or expected the infamous Swedish twins to return for one last season with the club before hanging up the skates....

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Sabres Should Move On From Ristolainen

Buffalo Sabres defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen has been one of the most talked-about names on the trade market. The stout right-handed defender has been linked to multiple teams including the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Vancouver Canucks. With the...

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Nhl Rumors: Oilers, Canucks, Sabres, More

In today’s NHL rumor rundown there are some updates out of Edmonton where buzz surrounds some of the things the Oilers tried to do in free agency, the Vancouver Canucks made it imperative they move out salary after signing Micheal Ferland and...
Related topics: Sports Rumors

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Canucks’ Boeser Deserves Longer Than A Bridge Deal

When compared to other players in the NHL with similar production to him, Brock Boeser’s next deal could very well be a bridge deal. I think that he deserves more than that, though. Boeser was selected 23rd overall by the Vancouver...

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Forward Micheal Ferland Signs Four-year Deal With Vancouver Canucks

Forward Micheal Ferland has signed a four-year deal with the Vancouver Canucks. His contract carries an average annual value of $3.5 million       

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Will Eriksson Play Another Game With Canucks?

Will Loui Eriksson play another NHL game? Simply put: yes. What we don’t know, however, is if the former Swedish star will be wearing the orca when he does. After a drama-filled couple of months, Eriksson’s future with the Vancouver...

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2 Canucks That Need Patience Not A Trade

With the acquisition of JT Miller during the 2019 NHL Draft, the Vancouver Canucks added some much-needed offense to the top six. A few days later, general manager Jim Benning turned to the defense and added Tyler Myers, Jordie Benn, and Oscar...

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Canucks Sign Benn And Myers In A Homecoming Of Sorts

The Vancouver Canucks’ blueline, without a doubt, has lacked an intimidation factor in seasons past. When guys like Kevin Bieksa, Willie Mitchell and Matthias Öhlund depart from your team, you can feel the physicality level falter a bit. Your...

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