Graphic Comments: I Give Up

Graphic Comments
September 04 2015 06:04PM

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Seriously, I give up.

Look, it's one thing to disagree with me on Benning's plan or lack thereof.

But now you guys want Benning to sign Lucic next summer? That is seriously insane.

Have you learned nothing reading Canucks Army all these years?

Sigh.

Where do I even start?

Well, I suppose I should start at the beginning...

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CanucksArmy Prospect Profile: #1 Sven Baertschi

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
September 04 2015 03:32PM

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There's been a lot of debate as to who the top prospect on this list was going to be, and a lot of it has to do with the ambiguity of our requirements. Let me rephrase that - Bo Horvat is both younger than Sven Baertschi and has fewer games played in the NHL. Yet, he's not not on the list, and Baertschi is at the top.

What makes Baertschi a prospect? Well, he's still quite young at twenty-two years old, and with a career high of 26 games played, hasn't really become an NHL regular, like the aforementioned Horvat did in his rookie year. With that established, what makes Baertschi the best prospect in the organization? Well, let's talk about that.

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CA's All-Time Greatest Canucks Team: Jyrki Lumme

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
September 04 2015 01:00PM

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As we hit the home stretch with this all-time team, positions start to get rounded out. Today, we close off the defense with a couple of defencemen who managed to be some of the best to ever play the position for the Canucks, without doing so in an overly dramatic fashion. Matt covered Mattias Ohlund this morning, but if we're going to talk about him, I think it's only right to go a mini-generation back and look at Jyrki Lumme.

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CA's All-Time Greatest Canucks Team: Mattias Ohlund

Matthew Henderson
September 04 2015 09:59AM

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Vancouver has been lucky to have many consummate professionals on their team throughout the years, through Orland Kurtenbach to Pat Quinn and Trevor Linden to the Sedin Twins. One of the other pillars of professionalism and leadership during the history of the Canucks, is Mattias Ohlund. 

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The Roundup

Nation World HQ
September 04 2015 06:45AM

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Can the Leafs land Stamkos, trade Byfuglien or move him to forward, Giordano better with age, Brad Marchands elbow, Oilers making playoffs, projecting lineups, prospect rankings, a great scrap and more in this week's Nation Roundup brought to you by Violent Gentlemen.

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