August 25 2011 01:28PM
The "recreated locker-room" feature of the new Canucks team store in downtown Vancouver. Image via @GoKellyKo
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Passittobulis is hosting a contest and giving away three free copies of the Canucks Preview magazine from Maple Street Press to the winner. Go check out the contest, but just in case you don't win - you may as well pre-order it to be safe! The Preview Magazine features work from four! Canucksarmy writers (Greer, Charron, Davie and myself) and was editted by Harrison Mooney. It's going to be seriously awesome.
Also from Passittobulis here's links to all four parts of the "every goal Daniel Sedin scored" series: Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV. There are some real beauties in this mix. This is it for PiTB's every goal scored series - but it was a welcome addition to my lunch hour over the course of the summer, and I know must have taken forever to compile. So kudos to Wagner and Mooney for their work.
Fantasy Hockey expert Jeff Angus lists Mikael Samuelsson as one of his top-5 "comeback" players in a post on rldhockey.com. Jeff expects Samuelsson to slot in for Christian Ehrhoff and spend a fair bit of time manning the point on PP1.
GIF BREAK: Bieksa tries to sucker Landsberg into pulling his finger while shoulder shaking... Yep. (Via @bieksler).
Corey Pronman of hockeyprospectus profiles the top-10 Canucks prospects. Looks pretty barren once you get past Rodin, Jensen and Hodgson (and based on what I've heard about Rodin's injury - I'm way less high on him than Pronman).
HeadtotheNet asks if we're ready for what Hodgson can bring to the table. I say yes - bring it on AV, lets see what this kid can do in the top 6!
Via Nucksmisconduct - a live-blog from Lighthouse Hockey describing a 42 save performance by Roberto Luongo against the Boston Bruins way back in 1999.