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Expect Curtis Lazar to fill the Motte void

Former Canadian World Juniors captain and beloved BC boy with the smile that could light up the Rockefeller Centre Christmas Tree, Curtis Lazar is now a Canuck – and that’s just friggin dandy. It’s not often a fourth line signing creates much buzz – the guys that fill out the bottom of a team’s roster […]
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Does PK Subban make sense for Vancouver?

Over the past few weeks we’ve heard the great, wise and powerful Donny fuckin Taylor suggest a guy that the Canucks could look at to help fill the spotty right side of their defensive core. Needless to say, the name sent some Canucks fans into a tizzy… PK Subban. At first, my reaction was ‘tizzy-ish‘ […]
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Projecting the Canucks Forward Lines

Well, time for some fun shit. Following the Canucks’ signing of Mikheyev and Kuzmenko, GM Allvin stated that the squad – as it stands – is cap compliant and we should expect the current roster to be at training camp in a few months. Obviously, he’s keeping his cards close to his chest with regard […]
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Marino to the Devils – Could this relate to a JT Miller trade?

Yesterday, we spoke about the benefits of keeping JT Miller on the roster and working to extend him because of the impact he has on the Canucks. Today, we address a potential trade. Of all the speculation swirling around a potential JT Miller trade, no name has appeared more often than the right side D-man, […]
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Don’t get too Excited for a JT Miller Exit

Yeah, yeah, yeah – I know. Another JT Miller article. It seems like the Canucks’ most valuable forward last season has dominated the Nucks media circuit since the start of last season. Is he getting moved? Is free agency going to help or harm his trade value? Wherever he ends up, the ramifications of trading […]
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Brock. Is. Back.

July 4, 2022 by Kristian Hahn Brock Boeser. He’s back ladies and gents. After some had him leaving this off-season via trade to get “younger and faster”, The Brock Star re-upped with the Canucks before the relationship had the chance to become awkward at arbitration. Management and Boeser found common ground and the young winger […]
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Online Harassment of Matheson is Embarassing

Perhaps this article comes a day or two late; however, the message should be one that we as sports fans ought to take seriously. In the wake of Elias Petterson falling victim of a dirty hit and body-slam leading to a concussion – Mike Matheson; the 24 year old Florida Panthers defenseman from Pointe-Claire, Quebec […]
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Oh, COME ON!… Canucks can’t catch a break

After an inspired overtime victory over a very solid San Jose Sharks team on Friday, the Canucks were looking to have bounced back from their recent string of painful losses both on the scoreboard and on their roster. Fast forward to Sunday against the Calgary Flames and all of a sudden things go from bad […]
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Nucks Battered in Brooklyn

The road-tripping Canucks fell 5-2 on Tuesday to John Tavares and the red-hot New York Islanders in a tilt where the visiting Vancouver squad looked a day late and a buck short. Anders Nilsson allowed 5 goals on 36 shots as an early shorthanded marker by BC boy, Andrew Ladd seemed to knock the young […]
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Canucks’ Trade Deadline Dilemmas…

Canucks’ Trade Deadline Dilemmas