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2019 NHL Draft: Consolidated Industry Rankings for May 2019

It’s been quite a while since I last released a consolidated industry rankings in this space, and I apologize for that – I’ve been a bit preoccupied setting up a new prospect-driven entity over at NextGen Hockey. I toyed with the idea of publishing consolidated rankings over there. I would leave them unlocked of course;…

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CanucksArmy Roundtable: Scoreboard Watching

Here we are in late January, and the Vancouver Canucks are entering the NHL All-Star break tied for eighth place in the West (tiebreakers be damned), and who can honestly say that they saw this coming? Certainly not those negative nellies at CanucksArmy, that’s for sure! And sure, the Canucks are getting all sorts of…

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2019 NHL Draft: Jeremy’s Winter Rankings

Happy new year! Welcome to 2019 ladies and gentlemen. I recently published another edition of our consolidated industry draft rankings, but we are now officially in the same calendar year as the next NHL draft and I have yet to publish any personal rankings for the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. Well that changes today. What…

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2019 NHL Draft: Consolidated Industry Rankings for December 2018

The World Juniors have arrived, and always renews interest in NHL prospects. While most of the players to watch at the under-20 championships are already affiliated with NHL teams, there are a handful of draft eligible players looking to make their mark as well. It’s been nearly two months since I last published a consolidated…

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2019 NHL Draft: Consolidated Industry Rankings for October 2018

So the Canucks season is going much better to this point than a lot of us anticipated, but that doesn’t mean that we’re going to be any less focused on the 2019 NHL Entry Draft – there’s a whole first round to consider after all. There have been plenty of new lists released since the…

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CanucksArmy Roundtable: Handling the Michael Del Zotto Situation

In the season premiere of the CanucksArmy Roundtable, we discussed a happy topic, pondering the production of Canucks wunderkind Elias Pettersson. Well, Pettersson is on the sidelines, along with many of the team’s other high-minute players, and we’re left to debate less bright and sunny topics. Those injuries did allow Michael Del Zotto back into…

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CanucksArmy Roundtable: Over-Unders On Pettersson Production

EP, Dekey Pete, the Alien, whatever you prefer to call him, Elias Pettersson has had a phenomenal start to his NHL career. With seven points in his first four games, Pettersson is outpacing some rather notable Swedish names to start his career. Source: Sportsnet Broadcast It would be pretty greedy to expect this rate of…

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12 Canucks Prospects That Could Make Their NHL Debut in 2018-19

At the beginning of each of the last couple of seasons, I have thrown together a list of prospects that could make their NHL debuts in that campaign, along with my estimation at the likelihood of those debuts coming to fruition. In the 2016-17 season, four of the eight players I listed (Anton Rodin, Troy…