Utica Comets Weeks in Review: December 12th – 31st

Photo Credit: Lindsay A. Mogle / Utica Comets So I’ve taken a bit of a winter vacation when it comes to my duties as the Utica Comets correspondent, which makes that this issue is going to cover a three-week span in which the Comets played seven games. I’ll condense bits here and there to try…


Canucks Army Roundtable: Halfway Home

The Canucks have reached the midway point of their season, taking on the Flames in Game 41 of the season tonight in Vancouver. The Canucks have actually performed better than must expected, compared to those who pegged them as a last-place team by a lot. However, stellar goaltending, great performances from Horvat, Baertschi and Granlund…


Babych Please – January 6th, 2017

The Canucks are on a roll. You know what else goes on a roll? A hot dog. If you count a hot dog bun as a roll, which I do. Read on to catch up on the Hotdog Horvat saga, Sven Baertschi’s dancing abilities, and more.



Embed from Getty Images The red-hot Calgary Flames come back to Vancouver to battle the Canucks in what we can only imagine will be a test of supreme strength and skill. Calgary, having won four of their last five games including the pre-Christmas drubbing, take on a Canucks team who themselves are white hot by…



The first matchup in a back-to-back set has the Calgary Flames facing off in Vancouver, and we’ve asked writers from both FlamesNation and CanucksArmy to get you set for tonight’s matchup. We’ve also put together a few notes to get you ready for game one of the home and home.  Please note that this article…


The Roundup

Top Nation moments of 2016, Leafs continue 3rd period collapse, Sedins struggling to carry their line, the Flames and Matt Duchene, Chiarelli deserves credit in Edmonton, the Doug Gilmour trade 25 years ago, Jacob Trouba, Expansion, another Nation member hired by an NHL team and more in this week’s Nation Roundup brought to you by Violent…


The Sedins Can’t Carry a Line Anymore

Photo Credit: Anne-Marie Sorvin – USA TODAY Sports The Sedin twins aren’t what they used to be, but who is at 36-years-old? Father time catches up with the best of us, and whether their games depended on youthful hallmarks like speed or physicality or not, they’re suffering it the same as anyone. It’s not that…