Vancouver Canucks: No decision made on Quinn Hughes yet

Source: The Canuck Way
Date: 2018-07-16

Fans of the Vancouver Canucks anxiously await to see if Quinn Hughes will turn pro in 2018-19, but no decision has been made yet for the seventh pick in this year’s draft. Throughout their history, Vancouver Canucks have rarely turned a player professional in the same year they drafted him, but defenceman Quinn Hughes could […] Vancouver Canucks: No decision made on

Vancouver Canucks: Travis Green knows next season will be tough

Source: The Canuck Way
Date: 2018-07-16

Jason Botchford from The Province spoke with Travis Green about his team’s roster. There will be challengers, but the coach is optimistic that his squad will fight through it. I have to give it to Travis Green. Despite his team’s season concluding in April, he’s been hard at work. Seriously, how many coaches in this […] Vancouver Canucks: Travis Green kn

Vancouver Canucks should be third team in an Erik Karlsson trade

Source: The Canuck Way
Date: 2018-07-15

The Vancouver Canucks have plenty of cap space and can take on some bad contracts. As such, they should try to become involved in a possible three-team trade for Ottawa Senators captain Erik Karlsson. We’ve seen the Montreal Canadiens and Arizona Coyotes take on some hefty contracts to acquire young talent this offseason, and the […] Vancouver Canucks should be third team

Jason Botchford: Promise to upgrade Canucks’ blue-line forgotten, but it may improve

Source: The Province
Date: 2018-07-15

The promise of a new defence has yet to materialize for the Vancouver Canucks this summer. Something had to change after another NHL season where they didn’t get to 25 goals as a group (they had 21). But nothing did, and so far the Canucks are poised to return the same collection of defenders. They know bringing back the blue-line will not be a boost to marketing, but that could change if rookie Quinn Hughes is on the team. Things could also be different if Ben Hutton

Let’s talk about Troy Stecher and his next potential deal

Source: The Canuck Way
Date: 2018-07-14

Troy Stecher has an arbitration hearing date scheduled, but a deal could be struck before then. Finding a fair value for him isn’t easy, but I will do my best to take an impartial crack at it. The Vancouver Canucks only have two remaining restricted free agents to take care of this summer. Troy Stecher […] Let’s talk about Troy Stecher and his next potential dea

Vancouver Canucks took the wrong direction this offseason

Source: The Canuck Way
Date: 2018-07-13

Despite entering the offseason with over $20 million in salary cap space, the Vancouver Canucks haven’t been able to take advantage of cash-strapped teams, and it’s been an underwhelming summer thus far. The Vancouver Canucks had countless ways to get creative this offseason, but general manager Jim Benning took an unexpected approach by signing three […] Vancouver Canu

Canucks’ Hughes will benefit wherever he plays next season

Source: Sportsnet.ca
Date: 2018-07-12

VANCOUVER – No one has decided yet the right place for Quinn Hughes to play next season. The good thing for the defenceman and the Vancouver Canucks is there are no bad choices. Whether the dynamic seventh-overall pick plays in the National Hockey League for the Canucks, their minor-league farm team in Utica, N.Y., or bac

Why The Canucks Will Be An Offensive Juggernaut Next Season

Source: Nucks Misconduct
Date: 2018-07-12

The Vancouver Canucks will score all the goals, and these foolproof goal proje

Jason Botchford: Canucks should make Pettersson centre of attention

Source: The Province
Date: 2018-07-12

Consider the possibility there is a parallel universe where, after travelling through a portal, you could see the Vancouver Canucks’ free-agency strategy flipped upside down. And instead of targeting bottom-of-the-roster support players, in this alternate reality the Canucks approached July 1 like they were bellying up to a craps table with backpacks full of casino chips to burn through. Gone would be the four-year deals for Jay Beagle and Antoine Roussel, and in their place

Good, Boeser, best: Canucks star scores hat trick in first game back from injury

Source: The Province
Date: 2018-07-12

Brock Boeser’s back — and better than ever. The Vancouver Canucks’ young star made his return to the ice on Wednesday in dramatic fashion, scoring a hat trick and adding an assist in Da Beauty League, a Minnesota tournament that features NHL and college players who have ties to the state. His goals were vintage Boeser. The first came on a breakaway, where the sharpshooter helped strip the puck at his own blue-line before eyeing down the goalie and letting loose a vicious

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