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By the Numbers: A Quick Look at Swedish Twins Max and Joel Wahlgren

Canucks Army’s own Vanessa Jang made some waves on Monday in the wake of the announcement of the Sedins’ retirement when she drew attention to another pair of hockey playing Swedish twins: Max and Joel Wahlgren. The two young forwards are in their draft-minus-one seasons this year, playing in some of Sweden’s high level junior…

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CanucksArmy 2018 Mid-Term Prospect Ranking: #18 Brett McKenzie

Now that our midterm prospect rankings are back rolling and we’ve breached the top 20, we’re getting into some prospects that have had a higher degree of optimism at some point or another. The last time I wrote a feature on Brett McKenzie, it was during his highly impressive start to the 2016-17 season, not…

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Michael Del Zotto Should Be On the Trade Block

Now that the Canucks have locked up Erik Gudbranson, their most valuable asset from a deadline perspective (concerning what he could have netted in return), their ability to accrue pieces for their ostensible rebuild at the deadline has been compromised. I mean, you can’t blame them. Everyone knows rebuilding teams that are at least three to…

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About That Authority You’re Appealing To…

The big news this week is obviously the re-signing of Canucks defenceman Erik Gudbranson. It’s everywhere, and you’d have to be actively ignoring all things Canuck-related to miss it (although no one would think less of you for it). This news was such a massive deal that it’s only natural that everyone – from pro-Benning…

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Canucks Sign Erik Gudbranson to Three-Year, $12 Million Extension

Well, it finally happened! Jim Benning and the Vancouver Canucks announced today that they had signed defenceman Erik Gudbranson to a three-year, $12 million extension. .@Guddy44 is back for three more years! https://t.co/Us8UqvqmZQ — Vancouver Canucks (@Canucks) February 20, 2018 I know some of you may have had some fairly strong opinions on this player,…

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Canucks Army’s 2018 Midterm Prospect Rankings: 27th to 25th

It’s finally time for the next segment of our 2018 midterm prospect rankings. Apologies for the three-week gap since the last one was published – I had some personal matters that needed attention. We don’t intend to make a habit of long gaps from here on. As we get towards to the meat of the list,…

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What’s On Tap: The Complete Canucks Schedule For February 5th – 11th

Happy National Call In Sick Day sports fans, hope you enjoyed the festivities yesterday. Unless you’re still drunkenly celebrating or drunkenly drowning your sorrows, it’s time to get back to hockey! This week has some intrigue: it’s the annual Beanpot college tournament, and all Vancouver eyes should be on Adam Gaudette, the NCAA’s January Player…

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2018 NHL Draft: Consolidated Industry Rankings for January 2018

January is just about over, but there’s still enough time to sneak in some NHL Draft content. I’ve put together another of the ever popular consolidated rankings, as there has been plenty of change in the past month. January is one of the big ones for draft watchers, with the World Junior Championships and the…

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Canucks Army’s 2018 Midterm Prospect Rankings: 31st to 28th

We’ve passed the halfway point in the NHL season, and in every other league of note, which means it’s time to take stock of the Canucks prospect pool and see where each prospect stands in relation to the group as a whole. As you’re probably aware, we’ve once again included your opinions in our rankings. The…