October 24 2011 10:08PM
The Following is a Special Report from Justin Morissette
Our friend Justin Morissetteis a freelance journalist in the Broadcast program at BCIT. Previously, he's been able to take CanucksArmy somewhere that we're rarely able go: into the bowels of the Rogers Arena. Yes, Justin Morissette has access, and tonight he brings us a CanucksArmy special report.
October 24 2011 02:52PM
Four Canucks via theyslayedthedragon.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, made a tribute video or birthed a clever .gif into existence - please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 24 2011 02:22PM
The Following is a guest post from our friend @GayCanuck. Gaycanuck is the Canucks correspondent for Puck Buddy's a rapidly growing website dedicated to "Boys who like boys who like hockey" originally based out of Washington D.C. Tom has a unique perspective, he's a thoroughly hilarious hockey newb with some pretty fabulous takes on Vancouver's hockey team, and on hockey fandom generally. He also runs one of the best Canucks related twitter accounts around. We're pleased to host his take on the David Booth trade.
Written by GayCanuck
Minutes after Canucks fans were celebrating their team’s win against the Wilds this past Saturday, GM Mike Gillis announced a surprising acquisition that delighted many Canucks fans. And once I saw his photo, I was delighted, too!
October 24 2011 01:31PM
Sweatshirt Guy is angry and so am I.
Credit: iStockphoto/Thomas Perkins
Today I continue my weekly feature of me venting and raging on stupid crap happening with the Canucks, their fans and around the NHL. Two things about feature... 1) It will appear (hopefully) every Monday, and 2) It is blatantly ripped off from a stand-up bit from comedian Craig Anton. On either point, I make no apologies. Enjoy. Or don't.
In this week's edition, I crack the whip on TSN's schedule makers, hockey in the Desert and trolling, "professional" journalists.
October 24 2011 10:34AM
Now that the Canucks have acquired the much coveted second line power forward to play with Ryan Kesler, some of the team's lines and special team deployments will surely be thrown into flux. How does the acquisition of David Booth impact Vigneault's options going forward? Let's take a look.