Canucks Army Podcast: Episode 3

Thomas Drance
July 14 2011 11:24AM

Episode Three of the Canucks Army Podcast features a veritable buffet of topics!

The Third Episode of the Canucks Army Podcast is here!

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Mid-Day Head Shots July 14th

Thomas Drance
July 14 2011 10:43AM

Canucks Prospects pose at the top of Grouse Mountain on Monday afternoon, after completing the Grind at the Development Camp.
(Photo courtesy @VanCanucks)


Mid-Day Head-shots is a CanucksArmy feature where we round up the 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

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What can the Flyers expect out of Jaromir Jagr?

Cam Charron
July 14 2011 09:38AM



When the Philadelphia Flyers signed Jaromir Jagr, my initial reaction was that it was just another crazy transaction from Paul Holmgren, who has been the summer's most talked-about General Manager.

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Jason Gregor
July 13 2011 01:12PM

After successfully not drowning or cramping up during my first triathlon sprint over the weekend, I spent Sunday and Monday catching up on the hockey world. I was shocked not at all to see that NHL commissioner Gary Bettman had once again done nothing to deter a GM from spouting off, found some interesting arbitration comparables, was perplexed at the reaction of some Oiler fans, heard that Toronto might be getting a new rink (and possibly another team) and the NHL has some realignment plans.

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Canucks Should Stay the Course

Kent Wilson
July 13 2011 09:35AM



One of the most persistent memes that has cropped up since the Canucks lost in the cup finals is the club needs to get tougher. Or, from another angle, the Boston Bruins won because they "bullied" Vancouver. Tony Gallagher says as much here:

The difficulty comes just where it came this year in the playoffs as teams like Boston and Nashville ground away at the best team in the league. It comes in the form of injuries to your players as well as the intimidation of the players who actually go on the ice and take the risks they do knowing there are lunkheads on the other team. How effective, for instance, will Daniel Sedin be in the six games against Edmonton if he knows Eager is perfectly free to take a run at him and try to put him through the boards and all that might happen is a suspension to a team with little chance to make the playoffs.


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