February 27 2015 01:00PM
We are back with this week’s Comets Militia where we review all the latest in news, statistics, rumours, gossip and made up narratives on the Vancouver Canucks farm team: The Utica Comets. It’s been a reasonably good for the Comets as they won 2 of 3 games missing that third game in a tired leg of a back-to-back.
Read past the jump to see what went down.
February 25 2015 11:00AM
We are back with another edition of the Canucks Weekly Prospect Report where I dig into all the latest stats, rumours, gossip, news, achievements, and even made up stories from around the different junior hockey leagues. We look into the play of all (non-AHL) Canucks prospects from the CHL, NCAA, Europe, and even the ECHL.
Without further ado, continue past the jump to see what went down!
February 22 2015 11:00AM
We have finally finished the Canucks Army midterm prospect voting, where we reviewed all Canucks prospects to see how they have progressed over the half season, and updated our rankings on them. Since we normally have vocal complains that people are not happy with the voting results or from the writers this time we decided to give you the readers a say.
Continue past the jump to see how our voting went down.
February 21 2015 10:00AM
Welcome back to this weeks Comets Milita report as we review all of the activities of the Utica Comets and the Canucks prospects down in the AHL. It's been an active week for the Comets as their d-corps is currently a number of ECHLers as they withstand the domino effects of NHL call-ups. Still, the Comets managed 4 of 6 points this week and are looking good as we head into the last 1/3rd of the season in the final march towards the Calder Cup
(Editor's Note: This edition was written before Friday's game and the results of that game will be written about next week)
Continue past the jump for all your latest in Comets news.
February 20 2015 09:00AM
Here at Canucks Army, we love three things more than anything in the world: prospects, prospect rankings, and whining about prospect rankings. Every summer we vote on and rank the top-20 Canucks prospects to take stock of what's in the system, and every summer we hear vocal complaints from our readers they disagree with our rankings.
So this year, in our mid-term ranking, we gave you the chance to vote on prospects and
have a say on these players. Since our summer rankings, we've
simplified the definition of "prospect" to any player in the Vancouver
Canucks' system that is eligible for the Calder Trophy if they were to
play in the NHL this year. This means that players like Linden Vey and
Joacim Eriksson who were not rated over the summer will be covered in
Without further ado, here is our top rated Canucks Prospect