7 Canucks players making their mark at the World Championships

Embed from Getty Images ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA – After a disappointing early end to their 2015-16 NHL season, seven members of the Vancouver Canucks got the call from their respective national teams to play for their countries at this year’s World Championship. As the tournament’s preliminary round approaches its midpoint, here’s a rundown of how…

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Canucks Army Year in Review: Brendan Gaunce

Embed from Getty Images The Canucks 2012 first round pick Brendan Gaunce made some strides this season, appearing in first NHL game and later scoring his first NHL goal. It wasn’t pretty, but they all count! “It counted, that’s all that matters” Watch as Brendan Gaunce discusses his first career NHL goal vs Arizona.https://t.co/IXoRnE9Qi5 —…

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Canucks Army Year in Review: Sven Baertschi

Embed from Getty Images Searching for positives from the Vancouver Canucks last season is like trying to find a needle in a British Columbia-sized haystack. So when I tell you that Sven Baertschi’s season was exceedingly positive, it carries a certain amount of significance. Though with a little less perseverance and sticktoitiveness, it’s entirely possible we’re…

NATION NETWORK PROSPECT PROFILES: #41 NOAH GREGOR

fEmbed from Getty Images Noah Gregor is a hard-working, two-way centre playing for the Moose Jaw Warriors.  Gregor is one of those prospects that is projected to go in the mid second round, but could drop because he is not as well known as other prospects projecting to be drafted in the mid second round….