Mid-Day Headshots

Thomas Drance
July 08 2011 10:24AM

Canucks prospects take instruction at the Canucks development camp this week (photo by Nick Procalyo PNG).

Mid-Day Head-shots is a CanucksArmy feature where we round up the freshest Canucks news, including: funny gifs, awesome videos, cool photos and interesting links. If you've written a Canucks blog-post and want it to be featured here, e-mail me at thom.drance@gmail.com.

Jason Botchford of the Province reported some concerning injury news about 2009 2nd round pick Anton Rodin. Apparently the speedy winger had a case of "nagging, chronic shoulder tendinitis" that was "so bad in parts of last season [he] couldn't shoot." There is no timetable on his return, and his ability to play in the AHL this upcoming season is in doubt at the moment. My take: a speedster, who can't shoot - sounds like an ideal line-mate for Ryan Kesler.

From the Province's Jim Jamieson - Canucks 2011 first round pick Nicklas Jensen idolized Jaromir Jagr growing up, and looks forward to living in Vancouver, and using his size to his advantage in the big-league. Hopefully that will quiet the "LOL Jensen's favorite player is Peter Regin" crowd. 

The Vancouver Sun has a slide show from development camp. Some good shots of the Westerholm twins, last years 4th round pick Pat "Ivy League" McNally, as well as Chris Tanev's brother Brandon.

PassittoBulis get back to their roots with the definitive list of "Cody Hodgson controversies" - oddly enough "his ice-time" didn't make the cut.

The Canucks released the teams pre-season schedule yesterday afternoon, September 20th is only 75 days away!

The Canadian Press profiles Justin (son of Geoff) Courtnall's attempt to impress at the Canucks development camp. Fun Fact: until reading this piece, I hadn't realized that Gillis was Geoff Courtnall's agent.

Richard Loat (who you may know better as "Mozy19") returns to the old stomping grounds with his FiveHoleForFood team. Their Vancouver road-hockey event runs tomorrow from noon to 6PM on the 800 block of Granville Street. It's a cool idea, a great cause and the events look like a lot of fun, so make sure to attend, and bring canned food! Of course, if you can't attend, you can still go donate at their website.

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Thomas Drance lives in Toronto, eats spicy food and writes about hockey. He is an NHL News Editor at theScore, the ex-managing editor of CanucksArmy.com and an opinionated blowhard to boot. You can follow him on twitter @thomasdrance.
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