Canucks Get Serious Tonight

Cam Davie
September 28 2010 12:37PM

TORONTO - JANUARY 30: Christian Ehrhoff #5 of the Vancouver Canucks carries the puck during game action against the Toronto Maple Leafs January 30, 2010 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Abelimages / Getty Images)

After sending down 10 players to the Manitoba Moose yesterday, the Vancouver Canucks are putting a veteran-laden lineup on the ice tonight as they host the San Jose Sharks.

With 3 pre-season games remaining, and having used their prior games as tryouts for many players, the Canucks appear to be using tonight's game as an actual warm-up to the season. 

So what will we see tonight?

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Canucks Cut Day

Cam Davie
September 27 2010 02:18PM

VANCOUVER, CANADA - APRIL 23:  Roberto Luongo #1 of the Vancouver Canucks is congratulated by teammate Brendan Morrison #7 after their victory over the Dallas Stars in game seven 2007 Western Conference Quarterfinal game at General Motors Place April 23, 2007 in Vancouver, Canada. Vancouver defeated Dallas 4-1 to win the series 4-3.  (Jeff Vinnick/Getty Images)
The bromance between Lu and BMo is allowed to further blossom, as Morrison continues his tryout with the Canucks.

The Vancouver Canucks announced their biggest set of cuts since the start of main training camp, as they assigned 10 players to the Manitoba Moose. 

What is surprising about their list of cuts is not who's on the list, but rather who's not on the list.

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Player Profiles - Christian Ehrhoff

Yankee Canuck
September 27 2010 11:13AM

OTTAWA, ON - FEBRUARY 04: Christian Ehrhoff #5 of the Vancouver Canucks skates with the puck against the Ottawa Senators during the NHL game at Scotiabank Place on February 4, 2010 in Ottawa, Canada. (Photo by Phillip MacCallum/Getty Images)

We continue our series where Canucks Army will profile various players of interest leading up to the new season.

It's not often a team can claim a slam dunk on a trade, but the cap era produces victims left and right. Following a lackluster season with San Jose in 2008-09 where he was dead last with a -12, Christian Ehrhoff became one of those victims. Bundled with Brad Lukowich to clear enough salary to ink Dany Heatley, Vancouver gave up two forgettable prospects in return for what turned out to be their highest scoring defenseman in a single season since Ed Jovanovski in 2002-03.

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Player Profiles - Henrik Sedin

Cam Davie
September 24 2010 02:54PM

LAS VEGAS - JUNE 23: Henrik Sedin of the Vancouver Canucks poses for a portrait with the Hart Memorial Trophy and the Art Ross Trophy during the 2010 NHL Awards at the Palms Casino Resort on June 23, 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

We continue our series where Canucks Army will profile various players of interest leading up to the new season.

Henrik Sedin had the greatest single season in the history of the Vancouver Canucks. He won the Hart trophy as the NHL's MVP. He led the league in scoring to win the Art Ross trophy, and led the league in a number of other statistical categories. And he did so without his twin brother Daniel at his side for 19 games. He is also a leading candidate to take over the team's vacated captaincy.

But even Henrik would admit... there is still room for improvement, starting after Game 82.

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Leading Them On

Cam Davie
September 23 2010 11:51AM


Do you love it, or hate it? Does it get you feeling excited and pumped up or do you simply ignore it?

I'm talking about the Canucks Entrance Song, Where the Streets Have No Name. It's the song that's played as they take to the ice for warm-up before each game. And there seems to be some debate, albeit all in fun, about the effectiveness of the classic U2 track as a warm-up song.

For as much as I like (nay LOVE) that song, it's time as a pump-up track has come to end.

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