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What should the Vancouver Canucks do with Tanner Pearson?

Tanner Pearson’s future with the Vancouver Canucks is in murky waters with two more years remaining on his current contract. It looked like a questionable deal when it was signed and we have seen many players join other NHL teams for much cheaper and have better offensive numbers. One of the things that Pearson brings…

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Faber’s post-deadline Vancouver Canucks’ prospects rankings: #3-1

We are down to the top-three Vancouver Canucks’ prospects. The names likely won’t shock those who follow this team closely. So, let’s just hop right into it. #3: Will Lockwood, RW, 23 years old, Abbotsford Canucks (AHL) The 23-year-old winger is currently getting a taste of the NHL level. Will Lockwood looks ready for the…

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Faber’s post-deadline Vancouver Canucks prospects rankings: #6-4

Let’s keep the train rolling with the Canucks’ prospects being ranked by yours truly. We left off with 18-year-old SHL rookie Lucas Forsell’s promising season and we kick off today’s list with another SHL rookie. #6: Linus Karlsson, RW, 22 years old, Skellefteå (SHL) With 26 goals in 51 games, Linus Karlsson passed Elias Pettersson…

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Jack Rathbone held out from Abbotsford game by request of the Vancouver Canucks

The Vancouver Canucks’ top prospect was noticeably absent from the Abbotsford Canucks’ game against the San Jose Barracuda on Thursday night. Jack Rathbone has battled injury and illness this season but Thursday’s game was a different situation. The Vancouver Canucks are travelling with six healthy defencemen on their current four-game road trip. CanucksArmy has learned that…

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Faber’s post-deadline Vancouver Canucks’ prospects rankings: #10-7

Now that the trade deadline has come and gone, it’s a great time to rank the Vancouver Canucks’ prospect pool. Ranking the players and getting into some projections will help understand some trade targets for the Canucks in the offseason and what position they need to target in trades or at the 2022 draft. We’re…

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Recapping and evaluating the Vancouver Canucks’ trade deadline weekend

Monday didn’t bring the fireworks that many fans wanted to see but the weekend as a whole should still be looked at as a win. The Vancouver Canucks made three trades over two days and picked up Brad Richardson off of waivers. On top of those deals, Patrik Allvin papered down Nic Petan and Vasily…