October 08 2011 03:30PM
The 2011-12 NHL season is officially underway and there is a whole bunch of good this week on NationRadio to celebrate. Former Oiler Sean Brown chats with Lowetide as does Timo Seppa - Managing Editor of Hockey Prospectus, Thomas Drance from CanucksArmy, Oil Kings play by play man Corey Graham and finally Matt Bugg from Dobber Hockey.
This is NationRadio.
October 07 2011 05:07PM
10/11 finish: 117 points, First overall
Playoffs: Game 7 heartbreak
Key Players: Sedins X2, Kesler, Malhotra, Hamhuis, Luongo
Additions: Sturm, Weise, Bitz, Ebbett,
Subtractions: Ehrhoff, Glass, Torres
Cap Position: About $1.3 Left
Projected finish: top three in the conference
Last season was a play of three acts for the Canucks. The first act, the regular season, was mostly comedy in which the Canucks ran roughshod over their opponents and their fanbse further cemented themselves the least favored in the league. The second, the playoffs, was more tragedy where despite being heavy favorites the club once again failed to grab the ultimate prize, falling in seven games to the upstart Boston Bruins. And finally, there was the game seven riots; a farce if there ever was one.
October 07 2011 04:25PM
Tumblr finds the best Canucks things. Courtesy of the lovely gents from Pass It To Bulis.
It's Friday and the debut of my weekly opinion post the Wright Wing. (So punny, no?) Five things I'm thinking about this week include charitable causes and team slogans.
October 07 2011 11:56AM
The new season is finally upon us. The sun rises on 2011-12 and with it a new dawn for the Nations Network. We've added some new sites and new faces this summer and are currently working away in Wanye's secret hide-out on future various plans and schemes. Here's a little of what you can expect from us this season:
October 07 2011 11:28AM
The Good and the Bad of this past week.
It's Friday. So we close out the "Week That Was" with our latest volume of Cheers and Jeers.
We start a huge jeers to everyone's favourite hockey fashionista whose "mutterings are kind of akin to that of an old uncle that nobody takes seriously anymore." (quote from Stu Grimson)