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WWYDW: Who should go into Canucks’ the Ring of Honour next?

Welcome back to WWDYW, the only hockey column on the internet to have its previous title (WDYTT) retired leaguewide. BC Premier John Horgan made headlines twice last week, once when his government announced some long-awaited pandemic restrictions, and then again when he waded into the debate over the Vancouver Canucks’ Ring of Honour. Not only…

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For Better or For Worse: Did the Canucks’ defence improve this offseason?

The 2020 offseason was one of great change for the Vancouver Canucks. But was it a caterpillar-to-butterfly sort of transformation, or a metamorphosis of the Kafkaesque variety? In our For Better or For Worse series, we’re holding the 2021 Canucks up against the standard set by the 2019/20 roster to answer the offseason’s burningest question:…

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WDYTT: Who should be the Canucks’ new alternate captain?

Welcome back to WDYTT (short for ‘What Do You Think Thursday?’), the only hockey column on the internet to not release its own reverse retro web design this week. Speaking of departures (from the norm), the Vancouver Canucks experienced many departures this offseason, including MVP Jacob Markstrom and high-profile acquisition Tyler Toffoli. But their greatest…

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Nils Höglander may be NHL-ready as soon as this upcoming season

In the hockey world, the word “enigma” has taken on a negative connotation. Usually, when one describes a player as such, what they really mean is “inconsistent,” referring to those players from whom one never knows what they’re going to get on a nightly basis. In a sense, that’s also true of Nils Hoglander, though…

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Jett Woo suffered a setback, but he’s still on the right track

With draft picks and signings new and old jockeying for position in the Vancouver depth chart, it’s a convenient time to update our official CanucksArmy prospect rankings. When we last did so in September of 2019, Jett Woo ranked sixth overall; a year later he’s dropped two spots, but without any newly-acquired players usurping his…

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WDYTT: The Vancouver Canucks’ most underrated prospect

Welcome back to WDYTT, the only hockey column on the internet that’s always on the right developmental track. In case you missed it, we at CanucksArmy have been hard at work revealing our 2020 Top Prospects, counting down from 16 to numero uno. In the process of putting it together, we enjoyed several behind-the-scenes debates…

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WDYTT: Who joins the top-six forwards next season?

Welcome back to WDYTT, the only hockey column on the internet that’s not growing a moustache for November. The Vancouver Canucks have experienced many departures this offseason, including two forwards who spent time in the top-six in 2019/20 in Tyler Toffoli and Josh Leivo. That leaves the Canucks with five clear-cut top-six forwards — Elias…