Canucks Recall Alex Biega, Reassign Alexandre Grenier

Jeremy Davis
November 29 2016 12:18PM

With the injury to Alex Edler (which has resulted in surgery and a 4-6 week timetable for return), the Canucks needed to bring in an extra defenceman. The easy choice was Alex Biega, who was in Utica on a conditioning assignment. Unfortunately, the Canucks were already at their limit for Alex's, meaning that Alexandre Grenier needed to be sent back to Utica to make space.

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Canucks Prospect Guillaume Brisebois Invited to Canada's World Junior Selection Camp

Jeremy Davis
November 29 2016 11:45AM

For each of the last four World Junior Championships, Team Canada has been represented by a Canucks prospect (twice by Bo Horvat and twice by Jake Virtanen). While Vancouver's most recent first round selections hail from Finland and the United States, 2015 third round pick Guillaume Brisebois is intent on making sure that the Canucks are represented once again.

Hockey Canada announced their list of invites to their 2016 Junior Selection Camp, and Brisebois has made the cut.

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November 29 2016 09:00AM


The Canucks are riding a one game winning streak as the Minnesota Wild come to town. Let's not get too excited here, we have a long season to go still. You know that Alex Edler is out for awhile so it's all hands on deck and that isn't exactly reassuring. 

Both teams are at opposite ends of the Western Conference and with a Canucks win this evening, Vancouver is within striking distance of the playoffs... which start in April.

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Canucks Army Monday Mailbag: November 28th

Jackson McDonald
November 28 2016 01:39PM

monday mailbag 

Alright folks, the AM radio talk show voice of Canucks Army is back, and continues to assimilate himself into every facet of the organization. 

This week, I've taken over the mailbag from an under-the-weather Joseph Dylan Burke. He'll be back next week but for now you're stuck with me. Let's have at 'er.

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Alex Edler To Undergo Surgery on Broken Finger, Will Miss 4-6 Weeks

Jeremy Davis
November 28 2016 01:03PM

The Canucks announced this morning that Alex Edler, who was injured blocking a shot in the Colorado game on Saturday, will undergo surgery today to repair a fractured index finger and is expected to miss 4-6 weeks. So that's not good.

The Canucks, who were already missing their other top pairing defenceman, Chris Tanev, will now have to figure some way to stay afloat with a mishmash of rookies and defensive defencemen.

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