September 01 2011 01:56PM
We're back this week with the eleventh episode of the CanucksArmy Podcast! My guest this week is hot-shot blogger Harrison Mooney, who co-founded Pass it to Bulis just 16 months ago and has recently joined Puck Daddy as an associate editor! Above is one of the best examples of why Mr. Mooney qualifies as a fricking genius! BLANKA!
September 01 2011 11:06AM
With Sidney Crosby's hockey career hanging in the balance because of concussions and Marc Savard's apparently over, the NHL's overdue decision to address headshots in the game is a classic case of being a day late and a dollar short.
September 01 2011 10:16AM
Andrew Alberts has a lot of improvement ahead of him if he expects to play full time with the Canucks.
Either that, or he's praying for Injurypalooza again in 2011-12.
(Photo courtesy Darpan Magazine)
Canucks Army concludes its series where it looks at the depth at each position for the Vancouver Canucks.
In our sixth and final installment of our series, we look at the Canucks depth at DEFENCE (Part II).
September 01 2011 08:37AM
August 31 2011 05:20PM
Oh the glory that could have been...
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The fourth in a special summer series, CanucksArmy.com author Patrick Johnston will write whatever comes to mind about a random Canucks hero. What is a hero? Patrick's criteria is super secret, but maybe, just maybe, if you pay close attention, you'll figure it out
Alex Mogilny, in my memory, is one of the greatest Vancouver Canucks ever. In reality, looking at the numbers, it's hard to say. 308 points in 312 games in a Canucks jersey, a third of which came in his only electric season. As skill goes, he was incredible, there are few competitors in answering the question: 'who would you like to have the puck on his stick at *that* moment for the Canucks?' What is Alex Mogilny an example of? He's a reminder of where this team was, the vortex they were in, of what can happen to a talent when the walls are crumbling all around.