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Hughes second in PHWA mid-season Calder Trophy voting

The Professional Hockey Writers Association released their mid-season NHL award winners and Vancouver Canucks defenceman Quinn Hughes placed second in Calder Trophy votes. The rookie rearguard came in second in votes to Colorado Avalance D Cale Makar.

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Vancouver Canucks Midseason Review & Odds Update

by OddsShark (@OddsShark) The Vancouver Canucks enter the NHL’s all-star break with a 16-5-3 record at home and a 27-18-4 record overall. With 58 points, the Canucks enter the break as the current leaders of the Pacific Division. Vancouver is going off at +2000 on the odds to win the Stanley Cup this season at…

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Utica Comets Midseason Report Cards (Sort of)

Utica Comets Midseason Report Cards I have had some people reach out to me looking for a midseason report card for the Utica Comets. The thing is, undergoing such an exercise is very subjective based on the differing expectations that people have for the players/prospects in the system. It is for this reason that I…

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CanucksArmy Utica Comets Post-Game Report: Comets Start Well But Give Up Five Unanswered Goals in 5-3 Loss To Binghamton

Utica Comets Post-Game Report Game #44 Binghamton Devils at Utica Comets Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020 7:00 pm Eastern/4:00 pm Pacific Pre-Game CanucksArmy Utica Comets Pre-Game: Game #44, Binghamton Devils at Utica Comets https://t.co/NCxaLUTfnA #Canucks #NHL — CanucksArmy (@CanucksArmy) January 22, 2020 Pre-Game Predictions From Twitter 4-2 Comets — Bill Gagnon (@fdpirate24) January 22, 2020 Hard…

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How Much Will It Cost The Canucks To Re-Sign Chris Tanev?

The 2020 NHL Trade Deadline is just a month away and, for once, the annual lists of “Top Players on the Block” do not contain Vancouver Canucks defenseman Chris Tanev – despite the fact he’s a pending unrestricted free agent in the midst of what could be considered a career season. Tanev’s resurgence on the…

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WWYDW: Troy Stecher

A year ago, the Vancouver Canucks’ greatest weakness was probably their defense corps. Flash forward to 2020, and suddenly the blueline is looking a little crowded. #Canucks AGM John Weisbrod says he's "optimistic" on whether the #Canucks can have Myers, Tanev & Stecher on the roster beyond this year. @Sportsnet650 #ReachDeep — Randip Janda (@RandipJanda)…

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The Tape: Quinn Hughes is an All-star Manipulator

Like waves crashing against the shores of Spanish Banks, Michael Ferland persistently laid bodycheck after bodycheck on Vancouver’s 2015 defence corp to great effect. In addition to the mental toll that the Calgary forward’s physical game evoked, a glaring weakness in Vancouver’s blue line was exposed. The group could not transport the puck fast enough…

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Forget the Cash, Loui Eriksson is Money

The Loui Eriksson narrative has been done to death. Should you choose to continue reading, you won’t find yet another “the Canucks need to find a way to trade Loui” piece, that is a promise. It’s done. That was 2019. No more Gangnam Style, no more Mambo #5, no more Kermit memes. It’s time to…