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Phil Di Giuseppe is a legitimate option to be the Canucks’ 12th forward

With a flurry of activity in free agency, the Vancouver Canucks bolstered their depth to round out their injury reserve options along with the roster of their brand new AHL affiliate in Abbotsford. Some of those signings could pose a legitimate threat to previously pencilled-in players to make the team out of training camp. Among…

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WWYDW: Where will the Canucks finish in the Pacific Division in 2021/22?

Welcome back to WWYDW, the only hockey column on the internet that thinks the Tucker Poolman signing was worth it just based on his cool name alone. And Poolman wasn’t the only name of note added to the Vancouver Canucks’ depth chart this offseason. He’ll join Conor Garland, Jason Dickinson, Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Jaroslav Halak, Luke…

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Luke Schenn is the perfect 7th defenceman for the Canucks’ defence core

After rebuilding his game and making a return to the NHL with the Vancouver Canucks at the end of the 2018-19 season, Luke Schenn is back with the Canucks and is going to bring valuable depth to their defence core. The 31-year-old right-shot defenceman likely won’t start on the opening night roster but his defensive…

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The Canucks’ can of cap issues has only been kicked down the road

It’s only August — barely past the halfway point of the Vancouver Canucks’ 2021 offseason — and Jay Beagle, Antoine Roussel, Nate Schmidt, and, yes, even Loui Eriksson have all been shipped out of town. Loui Eriksson! The king of Vancouver’s salary cap issues is gone. Long live the king. Jim Benning and Co.’s summer…

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Four undrafted players the Vancouver Canucks should take a long look at

After trading away their first-round pick for the second consecutive season, the Vancouver Canucks have a prospect pipeline that is looking very barren. Many of their most exciting young players have already graduated to playing professional hockey and the lack of standout prospects is worrying for a team that has yet to prove themselves as…