Headshots September 18th

Headshots are a Canucks Army feature where we link to the day’s freshest news, and other assorted Canucks web-goodies. If you’ve written a blogpost, produced a tribute video, birthed a clever .gif into existence, or have a hockey related cause you’d like to see promoted in this space – please e-mail Thom at thom.drance@gmail.com.

Trying to figure out how to pass the time as you await a resolution to the lockout? Derek Jory has you covered. As great as some of those suggestions sound, none of them are watching professional hockey.

If none of those options work for you, then maybe Sean Leahy can interest you in ‘Puck Daddy’s Unofficial 2012-13 NHL Lockout Drinking Game’. Just be sure that if you are drinking, and feel like you’re hearing the same things over and over again regarding the lockout, it’s not you. It’s them.

Give Bulis (or Pass it to Bulis, whatever) looks at some of the great moments involving Canucks and their cars. This was obviously inspired by the ticket Kevin Bieksa received the other day.

IMAGE BREAK! @transcendwebs has a memo for the NHL, and it’s something we can all agree on.

Cam Charron gives his stamp of approval for a rebel league, to rival the NHL. In the upset of all upsets, not a single advanced stat was used.

Our very own, Patrick Johnston, got to speak with legend Pat Quinn. Anytime that man talks, you need to listen. Quinn usually says some worthwhile things, too.

The Canucks’ team website had a chance to speak with Jordan Schroeder, who feels as if he’s "ready for the next step in his career". Unfortunately for Schroeder – as Thomas Drance explains – he is one of the Canucks’ prospects with the most to lose from a lockout.

Today, two lucky winners received tickets to the Vancouver Giants’ home opener on Friday. Fear not, though, because there will be more giveaways tomorrow. How do you play? Make sure you follow Canucks Army on Twitter, and like us on Facebook. That way, you’re a trivia question away.