A Summary of #OTTanalytics

Josh W
February 12 2015 01:00PM

This past weekend, Carleton University played host to the biggest Hockey Analytics Conference organized to date.  Michael Schuckers of St. Lawrenence University and Shirley Mills of Carleton University hosted the event, and it was a great success drawing talents from across the continent and across the eras of hockey analytics.

Read on past the jump for a summary of all of the presentations.

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Canucks claim Brandon McMillan off of waivers

Thomas Drance
February 12 2015 11:06AM

The Vancouver Canucks have put in a waiver claim on forward Brandon McMillan, most recently of the Arizona Coyotes, the club announced on Thursday.

McMillan, 24, hails from Delta, B.C., and has spent the early years of his hockey career bouncing between the American Hockey League and the NHL. This season he's been a mainstay with the goaltending challenged Coyotes managing a goal and two assists in 50 games. He's also been a minus-19, but such is life playing in front of Mike Smith this season.

Read on for more.

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Babych Please - February 12th

Grainne Downey
February 12 2015 11:00AM


Months from now, we may be saying that last night's dramatic victory over the Chicago Blackhawks was the emotional high that led to the emotional letdown that led to the Canucks missing the playoffs. But right now, it is time to bask in the warm glow of victory and our phone screens as we watch the vine of Zack Kassian's goal celebration over and over and over again. 

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Canucks Army Prospect Report – February 11th, 2015

Josh W
February 12 2015 09:00AM

Welcome back to this week's Canucks Army Prospect Report where we cover all non-AHL Vancouver prospects.  I am currently writing from Helsinki, Finland where my body's internal clock is screwed up and it is 30 degrees warmer than back in Ottawa.

Read on past the jump for all your latest in Canucks Prospects news.

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Canucks blow late lead, down former rival in overtime

Thomas Drance
February 11 2015 09:42PM

The Vancouver Canucks throttled the Chicago Blackhawks for 40 minutes on Wednesday night before they took their foot off the gas in the third. 

In the final frame the script was flipped, as the Canucks hung on for dear life against a bona fide Stanley Cup contender. It didn't go well for them, as they Blackhawks managed a pair of late goals to tie the contest and send it to overtime. 

Thankfully Daniei and Henrik Sedin were able to pull off some vintage Sedinery and secure a crucial extra point for their club. No harm done, at least. 

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