Canucks Army Roundtable: Friday Afternoon Rivalry

Matthew Henderson
August 05 2016 03:27PM


It's the dead of the summer, which means it's the time of year that we explore topics that we typically don't get to in the rush of the season. The Oilers and Jets announced their Heritage Classic today (including a beautiful new/old Winnipeg uniform) and it made me think about rivalries and what they mean to a franchise. Who are the Canucks rivals? They have changed a lot over the years, with teams like Calgary staying as constants. In recent memory the Blackhawks and Bruins were big rivals as well. Where do they stand now? Our writers discuss.

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Babych Please - August 5th, 2016

Grainne Downey
August 05 2016 11:00AM


Happy August, Canucks fans! It's almost time to start worrying about training camp invitees and pre-season rosters, but for now we've still got time to focus on off-season news such as Bo Horvat's pastoral childhood and Emerson Etem's Britney Spears impression. 

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CanucksArmy Prospect Profile: #20 Michael Carcone

Ryan Biech
August 05 2016 09:00AM


We kick off the CanucksArmy Top 20 prospects with the newest player to join the group, Drummondville forward Michael Carcone.

Carcone, who was an invitee to the Canucks development camp last month, did enough to earn an entry-level contract with the host club. Though the deal the came a week after the conclusion of their development camp, Carcone's absence from the Florida Panthers development camp indicated it was very much a done deal.

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The Roundup

Nation World HQ
August 05 2016 05:00AM


Leafs frontrunners for Vesey, are the Canucks D good enough now, referees in Calgary, a lot of Gretzky's in Edmonton, Bobby Hull deserves a snub, analytics debate roars again, superstars fight and more in this week's Nation Roundup brought to you by Violent Gentlemen.

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Waiver Eligibility and Your 2016-17 Vancouver Canucks

J.D. Burke
August 04 2016 09:00AM

Though they may appear inconsequential at first glance, waivers have proven an important element of roster composition for the Vancouver Canucks.

On the positive side of the ledger, the Canucks added Ryan Stanton and Dale Weise for, well, nothing, and even got a few years out of each player for their troubles. On the not so bright side, they fumbled the Frankie Corrado situation (in spite of having their hands held by the NHL throughout the entire process) and lost him when it wasn't just possible to keep him, but excruciatingly easy -- sorry to beat that drum again, it's post relevant though. Oh, and I think there's still some small section of the fanbase inexplicably upset about losing Aaron Volpatti that one time, too.

Waivers giveth and waivers taketh. The Canucks have a few players, some of which are on the roster bubble, who will require waivers to be sent down to the Utica Comets again this season. So let's look at which players qualify and whether they'll have to clear.

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