Three Trade Scenarios for Brock Boeser

Rick Dhaliwal reported the Canucks are exploring trading Brock Boeser. As this news has not sat well with Canucks fans, it may be best for both parties. Although he is a skilled forward and a fan favorite the Canucks are lacking money to keep him around. Boeser could be the

It Is Time for Canucks Fans to Forgive Ryan Kesler

It has been six years since Ryan Kesler forced his way out of Vancouver. Kesler went from fan-favorite in Vancouver to most wanted in no time. And there are still Canucks fans upset over his departure. Although Kesler played a huge role during his tenure in Vancouver, everything was quickly

2020 Is Not the Canucks Year

2020 is not the Canucks year. Yes, the Canucks are young, fast, and entertaining. It is no secret that they are once again an up-and-coming team. But they are still developing and have plenty of young talent in the system still. Although 2020 will not be the year Vancouver sees

Who May the Canucks Lose in the Expansion Draft

Rules The expansion draft will go down in June 2021. According to NHL.com, the rules will be the same as they were for the Las Vegas Golden Knights. Seattle must select one player from each NHL team excluding the Golden Knights (14 forwards, nine defencemen, and three goalies). All players with

Canucks Greats That Deserve Recognition

Through Canucks history, there have been many great players, on and off the ice. Many players have not been given the recognition they truly deserve. During the 50th season, fans saw three players who made a big impact on the team get honored. "The Dragon Slayer" Alexandre Burrows was put

Grading Each Great Canucks Rivalries

Canucks Rivalries

Over the years the Canucks have had some spicy rivalries, and more still to come. All the Canucks rivalries have been built through playoff heartbreak for Vancouver, or fierce matchups. Some ended in pain and misery. Others faded away without much notice, and one imparticular made fans feel on top