The tallest and smallest players in Canucks history

Source: Pass it to Bulis
Date: 2019-07-15

When Tyler Myers steps on the ice for the first time in a Vancouver Canucks jersey, he’ll set a new franchise record. At 6’8”, Myers will be the tallest player in Canucks history. At least, according to official NHL records.

Vancouver Canucks: Travis Green has one more shot

Source: The Canuck Way
Date: 2019-07-15

Head coach Travis Green must take the Vancouver Canucks to the playoffs, or else changes must take place in the front office. There have been plenty of excuses for the lackluster performance of the Vancouver Canucks during the tenure of current head coach Travis Green, whether it be underperforming veterans or new rookies earning their way. […] Vancouver Canucks: Travis Green has o

Vancouver Canucks’ Goaltending situation: How bad is it?

Source: The Canuck Way
Date: 2019-07-15

Next up in my “Vancouver Canucks: How bad is it?” series, is the goaltenders. The Canucks likely tandem of Jacob Markstrom and Thatcher Demko should be the best the team has seen in years. Before I begin this article, I thought I would explain the premise and inspiration for this series, for those that are […] Vancouver Canucks’ Goaltending situation: How bad is it? -

Vancouver Canucks: Should Loui Eriksson play on the first line?

Source: The Canuck Way
Date: 2019-07-14

Loui Eriksson spent large portions of last season on the fourth line. Would a move to the first line do him some good? The contract that general manager Jim Benning handed out to Loui Eriksson in the summer of 2016 will go down as one of the biggest blemishes in his career. It’s been three years of […] Vancouver Canucks: Should Loui Eriksson play on the first line?

Vancouver Canucks’ Micheal Ferland: A modern day enforcer

Source: The Canuck Way
Date: 2019-07-14

Micheal Ferland is a very smart hockey player, the fans were outraged last season at the lack of pushback the Vancouver Canucks had and with this signing, they seem to have addressed that. The Vancouver Canucks recently picked up the tough and agitating Micheal Ferland. Some critics say he’s another “bottom 9” forward, but if you take […] Vancouver Canucks’ Miche

Canucks’ Micheal Ferland: What Should Fans Know?

Source: The Hockey Writers
Date: 2019-07-14

The rumors that the Vancouver Canucks were interested in Micheal Ferland began just prior to last season’s trade deadline. On Jan. 22, Darren Dreger, speaking on TSN 1040, broke the news that Canucks general manager Jim Benning wanted to add Ferland either by trade or free agency. At the time, Dreger noted that perhaps free agency was a better route. Dr

3 Reasons the Canucks Will Be Tougher in 2019-20

Source: The Hockey Writers
Date: 2019-07-14

In a few short weeks, the Vancouver Canucks have transformed into a tougher, more balanced team both up front and on the backend. Judging by the recent acquisitions made by general manager Jim Benning, this has been the plan from the beginning of the offseason. The question of team toughness has always been a point of contention. Look no further than the Mark Matheson MMA move on uber-rookie Elias Pettersson. The

Vancouver Canucks: Is the defence restructure on the right track?

Source: The Canuck Way
Date: 2019-07-13

With a new-look blue line, there is plenty of reason for Vancouver Canucks fans to be optimistic. But is it enough to qualify for the postseason? 2011 was the last time the  Vancouver Canucks were a true contender. It wouldn’t be fair to say that this blue line can immediately compare to anything like the one […] Vancouver Canucks: Is the defence restructure on the rig

NHL Rumors: Vancouver Canucks – Loui Eriksson and Brock Boeser

Source: mynhltraderumors.com
Date: 2019-07-13

The Vancouver Canucks have spent this offseason, now Brock Boeser is wanting his piece. Canucks can't take back a bad contract for Loui Eriksson.

Vancouver Canucks: Which forward is the odd man out?

Source: The Canuck Way
Date: 2019-07-13

The Vancouver Canucks need to move out a forward in order to clear cap space and room on their roster. So who’s the odd man out? Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning made one more big splash in free agency earlier this week, signing pesky forward Micheal Ferland to a four-year worth $14 million. It’s […] Vancouver Canucks: Which forward is the odd man out? -

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