Headshots September 2nd

Thomas Drance
September 02 2011 03:04PM

Burrows kind of looks hungry in this image (via trevorlinden.tumblr.com).

Headshots are a Canucksarmy feature where we link to the days freshest news, and other assorted Canucks web-goodies. If you've written a blogpost and would like it to be featured in our Headshots posts please e-mail me at thom.drance@gmail.com.

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Player types: The two-way forward

Cam Charron
September 02 2011 02:34PM



Earlier this week, I took to the Nations Network to further analyze a player's plus/minus rating, specifically to do with on-ice shot differential, in an effort to learn more about teams and players, sharing a theory I have with "high event" hockey players.

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CA Prospect Profiles: Yann Sauve

Thomas Drance
September 02 2011 01:42PM

When Mike Gillis selected Yann Sauve in the second round of the 2008 NHL draft, it was only his second draft pick ever as the General Manager of the Canucks. Sauve was seen as a big (6 foot 3, 220 pounds) puck moving defenseman with solid skating ability. Heralded as a 2-way defenseman, his stock had steadily dropped over the last couple seasons as his junior team (the Saint John Sea Dogs) steadily improved. It was said that the development of his offensive game had stalled, and that he no longer had top-4 potential.

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Cheers and Jeers - Vol. 6

Cam Davie
September 02 2011 12:47PM

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.

This week's entry is EXTRA LARGE, not unlike a certain Canuck-taunting, drunk-boating Winnipeg Jet.

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Steve Begin Invited to Canucks Training Camp

Thomas Drance
September 02 2011 11:31AM

According to Renaud Lavoie of RDS the Canucks have invited thirty-three year old checking center Steve Begin to training camp. He is the third veteran invitee so far - and based on the big hint Laurence Gillman dropped earlier this week - he may not be the last. Professional Try Out (or PTO) deals don't count against the teams fifty contract limit. You can read the  press-release announcing the PTO deal from canucks.nhl.com here.

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