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Canucks Corner Editorial – The Low Point

To the frustrated Canucks fan, We are all Canucks, and right now, we are all feeling the pain. The Canuck image, reputation and brand, has been tarnished & humiliated. This […]

by · April 13, 2014 · 1 comment · Vancouver Canucks
A Spring Like No Other – Remembering The 1994 Vancouver Canucks

A Spring Like No Other – Remembering The 1994 Vancouver Canucks

  As the Vancouver Canucks rapidly wind their way through a lost season and a long summer, fans would be remiss if they didn’t pine for better days. And 20 […]

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The Floor Falls Out: How Low Can The 2013- 2014 Canucks Go?

The Canucks have been an unmitigated disaster since the turn of the calendar year. Is there anything to be done? Is there any hope left? Or is it time for […]

by · March 15, 2014 · 1 comment · Vancouver Canucks
Canucks GM Mike Gillis already botched the Luongo situation (CalvinChanPhoto/Flickr)

Fire Mike Gillis

Many have said it is panic time in Vancouver, due to the Canucks disappointing season which sees them currently four points out of a playoff spot. They would be correct. […]

by · March 13, 2014 · 1 comment · Vancouver Canucks
Canucks GM Mike Gillis already botched the Luongo situation (CalvinChanPhoto/Flickr)

Vancouver Canucks: The Worst Team in the NHL

The Vancouver Canucks are a mess right now. An absolute mess. Their trade deadline was an unmitigated disaster and questions arose about who is even running the show in Vancouver. […]

Ryan Kesler's name has been popping up everywhere in trade rumours (Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports)

Trying to Make Sense of the (Lack of a) Ryan Kesler Deal

What ownership wants, ownership will get. I’m of course referring to the ownership of the Vancouver Canucks. Who on Wednesday, as one writer said “put the kibosh on any deal […]

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Canucks Corner – The Final Edition

Not even on the final day of the NHL Trade Deadline, there has been a major near-finality to the Vancouver Canucks’ freefall. From the 2011 Stanley Cup debacle, to lousy […]

by · March 5, 2014 · 4 comments · Vancouver Canucks
Dan Bylsma, along with his assistant coaches, will be returning behind the Pittsburgh Penguins bench next season. (Pensryourdaddy / Picasa)

The Flip-Side to the Trade Deadline for the Penguins

Every trade, in any sport; much like every story, has two sides. For the past week I, and most of my colleagues here at The Hockey Writers, have been all […]

3 Questions: Ryan Kesler and the Penguins

3 Questions: Ryan Kesler and the Penguins

Nothing Ray Shero does over the next 48 hours will put Pittsburgh into the class of St. Louis or a handful of others in the Western Conference.

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Penguins Need to Revive Three-Center Model

If the Pittsburgh Penguins make another splash at the trade deadline, it should be for a big-name center such as Ryan Kesler.

NHL Draft Day (Arnold C, User:Buchanan-Hermit/Wikimedia)

Sooner Than Later: The State Of The Canucks’ Cupboard (Part 2)

  We continue our look at the second half of the Mike Gillis era in Vancouver. For part one click here. As a team that has been by all measures […]

by · February 26, 2014 · 2 comments · Hockey History, Vancouver Canucks
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Can the Canucks Survive the Next Week?

If it seems like a long time since the Vancouver Canucks have won a game, its because it has been. With the Sochi Olmypic break, the Canucks seven-game losing streak  has […]

by · February 26, 2014 · 0 comments · Vancouver Canucks