July 12 2011 12:57PM
What will the Northwest Division look like next year? Kent and I have some answers.
First of all, I was surprised by how many downloads and listens we had of our very first episode, so - I'd like to thank you all kindly for checking it out! We're learning as we go here, and this episode has none of the technical difficulties that the first episode had - so enjoy!
July 12 2011 12:07PM
Marco Sturm is the most high profile player the Canucks have acquired this off-season.
Yeah. I'm underwhelmed too. But if he has a bounce back season, LOOK OUT.
(Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
We're almost two full weeks through the NHL Free Agency season, and the Vancouver Canucks have been nothing but a bit player. While teams like the Panthers, Sabres and Flyers have been crazy in the free agent and trade market, the Canucks have stood pat, choosing instead to build their organizational depth.
So who exactly have the Canucks acquired in the past two weeks? Let's take a look!
July 11 2011 03:02PM
Some little kids have that special X factor that leave you saying "yep, that kid is gonna go somewhere someday." Take this little fella dancing his heart out to MJ at Safeco Field. Even though he is six years old - or thirty - we have no kids so can't tell how old they are unless we cut them in half and count their rings - he is already a champ.
July 11 2011 11:22AM
Mike Duco runs Andy Greene into the boards in a game last season. Luckily Andy Greene hopped right back up, and was thus spared from Duco's wrath on twitter.
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July 11 2011 10:21AM
I have to admit that when I first saw that Sergei Shirokov had been trade, I was pretty cheesed. A good chunk of me thought that Shirokov never quite got a fair shake in Vancouver under Alain Vigneault, but, the other chunk of me knows that I'm a bit of a Russian homer and that my feelings on the other piece of the Roberto Luongo trade are more subjective than anything.