February 06 2015 02:12PM
Though Winnipeg Jets forward Evander Kane is set to undergo a surgical procedure to repair his damaged shoulder this weekend, the Jets are still reportedly fielding calls and looking to trade him before the March 2nd NHL Trade Deadline, according to Pierre LeBrun of ESPN and TSN.
Read on for more.
February 06 2015 11:00AM
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 adieu, here are the Canucks prospects that were rated 16th to 13th.
February 06 2015 09:00AM
Courtesy of UticaComets.com
The Utica Comets weekly report on all the activities down on the Vancouver Canucks farm team has returned. The Comets have played 2 games this week and have broken their 5 game losing streak to return home with 2 points. There was even some positive regression in their possession numbers.
Read past the jump to see what went down.
Nation World HQ
February 06 2015 06:30AM
Evander Kane problems, Zack Kassian problems, Tyler Bozak potentially on the move, trusting Oilers media, Flames trade speculation, a Fantasy Hockey cheat sheet and more in this weeks Roundup brought to you by DraftKings.
February 05 2015 11:58PM
Hosting a San Jose Sharks club on the second half of back-to-backs - a team that lost just last night to the Calgary Flames - provided the Vancouver Canucks with as good a chance as any to pass their marine-animal competitors in the Pacific Division playoff chase. The Canucks were well rested and had finished their last contest with an offensive surge the likes of which their fans haven't been treated to in months. The stage was set with opportunities aplenty for the Canucks to get back on track in what's been an otherwise uninspiring 2015.
And, oh, how they disappointed. Whether you believe in "momentum" or otherwise, there's no denying what little the Canucks could have hypothetically gained from their last contest failed to carry forward into this one. Their offense inept, their defense permissive and their special teams a complete non-factor, Vancouver limped lifelessly to a 5-1 loss at the hands of their Southern Pacific counterparts. But hey, we did out-hit the Sharks...
All that and more, on the other side of the jump.