January 30 2017 11:00AM
January 30 2017 09:00AM
The Canucks played two relatively uneventful games this week and Bo Horvat is the only one who did anything of note, so today I'm going to rank the team a little differently. Last season, I ranked the Canucks based on the best .gif I could find of each of them. Surely with all of the new Canucks and new content, there are enough .gifs to do a 2016/17 version of the same. I apologize for the lack of originality - it was this or alphabetically by last name.
January 27 2017 06:10PM
It's the moment you've all been waiting for: we're finally unveiling our pick for the Vancouver Canucks' top prospect! If you've been following along, it should be pretty obvious at this point who it's going to be - I mean, everyone knows who the high end guys are here, so it's just process of elimination, right? Right.
This guy is a natural goal scorer, and could be a contributor in the big club's lineup sooner rather than later. He's the sniper we've all been waiting for. You know who I'm talking about. Vancouver's top prospect could be none other than..
Okay, no, it's not him. And there's a special place in hell for whichever of you voted him number one in the Reader's Poll.
It's Brock Boeser dammit.
January 27 2017 03:00PM
With the NHL past the mid season mark and many teams having just held their amateur scouting meetings, the 2017 NHL Entry Draft is starting to become a little more of a focus.
On Monday, the Prince George Cougars visited the Langley Events Centre for a date with the Vancouver Giants. There was quite a few scouts in attendance as it was the only Monday night game on the Calendar, and because Prince George boasts a newly highly acquired first round talent.
January 27 2017 01:34PM
This week's edition of the Canucks Army Podcast come to you with Patrick Johnston from the Province joining myself and J.D. Burke to talk about whether the Canucks can remain in the playoff picture after rising from the dust in January.
One player in particular we focus on is Sven Baertschi and what his production means for this team both now and moving forward and we also take a peek at what the Canucks forward group will look like without the Sedin twins and what they need to find to replace that production