August 21 2011 09:31PM
It's been a big summer for the Nations. We've added some stellar talent to Leafs Nation, Canucks Army and Flames Nation. We had five writers at the draft and managed to debut Flames Nation radio. Oilers Nation radio has grown in audience with each iteration. And the return of the Jets allowed us to add the newest member site to the network.
August 21 2011 07:19PM
OMG OMG OMG OMG. Ryan Smyth is on NationRadio this week. Robin Brownlee hosts for the second week in a row and quite honestly we could kiss him for getting this to happen*
Cam Barker is on the show too - and you may recall he now plays with a Mr. Ryan Smyth. David Staples from the Edmonton Journal stops by too, ostensibly to discuss Ryan Smyth. Finally Ben Kuzma from the Vancouver Provence swings through. Perhaps he has some information regarding Ryan Smyth?
This is NationRadio. Enjoy!
*That's what she said
August 19 2011 02:05PM
Mid-Day Headshots is a CanucksArmy feature where we round up today's freshest Canucks news including funny gifs, awesome videos, cool photos and interesting links. If you've written a Canucks blog-post and want it to be featured here, e-mail me at email@example.com.
August 19 2011 01:26PM
Alex Friesen is the one in the middle. Yeah... the short one.
(Photo from canucks.com)
The Vancouver Canucks have really enjoyed drafting smallish centers recently. Cody Hodgson, Jordan Schroeder and Alex Friesen are all in the Canucks system, all possess great skill, and all are under six feet tall and 200 pounds. The problem for all three of them, is that the Canucks have an incredible stable of centers ahead of them. Forgive the pun, but Alex Friesen has drawn the short straw in the Canucks depth chart, coming up seventh.
Does Alex Friesen have the tools to move his way up the Canucks ladder at center? Or is he going come up short? (**Ed.note - I could make short jokes all day long)
August 19 2011 08:25AM
The Good and the Bad of this past week.
It's Friday. We close out the Week That Was with our latest volume of Cheers and Jeers.
We start this week with a humble cheers to the local boys who won the Cup and brought it home this past weekend.