Make Yourself Good at Fantasy Hockey in One Step: The Daily Faceoff Draft Guide

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
September 09 2015 07:29PM


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The best thing about Fantasy Hockey, in my eyes, is that the only person that you can blame for your decisions is yourself. It's a huge relief from all the constant criticism of front offices that you see on the internet *CanucksArmy staff looks in mirror* and the all-around negative vibes being felt (staff continues to look at mirro). Suddenly, you're the accountable one, and if you win, you gain all the bragging rights!

I don't know how likely any of us are to win, but if you pick up the Daily Faceoff Draft Guide, you're likely to be at least 328% better at this than someone who doesn't!*

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CA's All-Time Greatest Canucks Team: Roberto Luongo

Matthew Henderson
September 09 2015 06:52PM


The all-time team has one sport left to fill, and only one player to fill it. Bingo Bango Bongo, his name is Roberto Luongo. And you can’t have a conversation about the last decade of Canucks hockey without mentioning the greatest netminder in Vancouver Canucks history, and the battle he faced on the ice and off of it. He was the star of a soap opera he never intended to be casted in, yet he rose to the occasion more often than not, and was a key part of Canucks lore. 

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Longtime Canucks Anthem Singer Richard Loney Passes Away

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
September 09 2015 05:23PM


Richard Loney, the man who has opened up a countless number of Vancouver Canucks games with his renditions of the Star Spangled Banner and O Canada over the past four decades, has passed away. 

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CA's All-Time Greatest Canucks Team: Cory Schneider

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
September 09 2015 04:28PM


Picking the goaltenders for the Canucks All-Time team isn't easy. Yes, two of our candidates are slam dunks, but beyond that, the Canucks haven't really had a ton of great goaltending over nearly half a century of existence. In the pursuit of goaltenders who both stuck around and played well, you'd be lucky to find guys who match half that description, let alone all of it.

Cory Schneider was in the organization for a while but didn't really play as much as we all expected him to. But when he was on the ice, well, he was something else.

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Willie Desjardins to miss most of training camp after hip surgery, will be back for opening night

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
September 09 2015 12:46PM

It's not often that teams have to worry about the injury status of their coaching staff, but recently, Willie Desjardins proved to be an exception to the rule. Unfortunately, he'll be away from the bench for a few weeks, but his recovery should be quick enough to bring him back before opening night.

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