August 25 2011 01:28PM
The "recreated locker-room" feature of the new Canucks team store in downtown Vancouver. Image via @GoKellyKo
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Passittobulis is hosting a contest and giving away three free copies of the Canucks Preview magazine from Maple Street Press to the winner. Go check out the contest, but just in case you don't win - you may as well pre-order it to be safe! The Preview Magazine features work from four! Canucksarmy writers (Greer, Charron, Davie and myself) and was editted by Harrison Mooney. It's going to be seriously awesome.
August 25 2011 08:58AM
According to Horton, Aaron Rome duffed the apology for this hit, which, concussed the Bruins winger in game three of the Stanley Cup Finals. Rome sent Horton a text to apologize, and that didn't sit well with Horton - who has called-out Rome for his flimsy apology. Says NESN in their report about the incident today:
August 24 2011 02:09PM
This painfully adorable image is courtesy of Sedintwins.tumblr.com.
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August 24 2011 01:08PM
Bieksa and Hamhuis become a formidable defensive pairing.
Canucks fans can expect five more years of their dominance and physicality.
(Photo by Jeff Vinnick, Getty Images Files, Vancouver Sun)
Canucks Army continues its series where it looks at the depth at each position for the Vancouver Canucks.
In our fifth installment of our series, we look at the Canucks depth at DEFENCE (Part I).
August 23 2011 01:02PM
Steven Anthony has the size and skill teams are looking for in an NHL regular, but there are skeptics who question his commitment level and consistency. Despite great expectations, Steven Anthony had difficulty adjusting to the CHL, and bristled under the stern tutelage of former SeaDogs coach Jacque Bealieu in his first few seasons. He has talked openly about "losing confidence" in the early stages of his QMJHL career, and despite his tantalizing skillset - he slipped to the seventh round of the NHL draft.