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Canucks Finish 2014 Entry Draft; Take Size and Not Much Else

The Vancouver Canucks forewent anything resembling skill of talent in the late rounds of the entry draft, opting instead for size and grit by selecting Kyle Pettit of the Erie Otters and Mackenzie Stewart of the Prince Albert Raiders. Read past the jump for a look at these players and some thoughts on Vancouver’s 2014…

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No Vey! With 50th Pick Canucks Acquire Linden Vey From LA

With basically the worst case scenario unfolding with the 36th overall pick and a desire to play a more “meat-and-potatoes” game, we were preparing for the worst. Instead, we at the Army were pleasantly surprised to see that the Canucks opted to trade the 50th overall pick to the Los Angeles Kings in exchange for…

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Canucks Draft Thatcher Demko 36th overall

I think it’s safe to say that on this platform we’ve been fairly critical of the way the Vancouver Canucks have conducted their drafts; both in the past, and as recently as last night’s opening round. It’s always tough to tell how much responsibility the general manager takes in relation to the rest of his scouting department,…

Canucks take Jared McCann at 24

#453785873 / gettyimages.com Not that I have a problem with Jake Virtanen or Jared McCann as hockey players, but it does bug me that the team has essentially become a public relations firm, eschewing more talented players on the board in favour of more marketable Canadian guys to try and mend the fences broken by…