A week ago I wrote a brilliant piece to show how the Vancouver Sports Media is overly negative. I thought I had put this topic to bed, but I started noticing an interesting trend with the tweets of Jeff Paterson (@patersonjeff) before and during the Canucks game vs the Colorado Avalanche. It is funny because Paterson […]
Despite blowing another lead in the third period, the Canucks managed to knock off the Coyotes to run their win streak to three games. Can they keep it going against the Avalanche? And will a Patrick Roy vs John Tortorella rivalry develop? Read on to find out.
Mitch the blog machine is back again (because that’s what blog machines do.. they blog). Enjoy! Follow him on Twitter: @Mitch_SBMedia Name: Jay McClement Age: 29 Size: 6’1″, 205lbs Why the Canucks might want him: McClement may be one of the most underrated centres going into UFA on July 1st. His ability to win […]
It looks like the Canucks scouting staff was working overtime last night. Ben Kuzma (better known as “the Kooz”) reports that Canucks scouts have been spotted at the Atlanta-Buffalo and Florida-Ottawa games last evening. Edmonton broadcaster Dan Tencer also reported that Canucks scouts were at the Edmonton-Colorado game as well. At this time of year it probably shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that the Canucks are looking at a potential trade and they do have a few areas that they could improve in. So what does this mean? RUMOUR TIME!
One of the most exciting days on the NHL calendar is just around the corner. That day is trade deadline day, and it’s less than two weeks away. We have already gotten a taste of deadline day in recent days, with the Leafs and Senators beginning to offload players.
With their win over the Colorado Avalanche on Sunday, the Canucks moved into first place in the entire NHL. What does this mean exactly? Well, unless they start awarding Stanley Cups in January, not a whole heck of a lot. Even being at the top of the standings at the end of the season usually means squat given that the President’s trophy winners have only won the cup five times in the last 20 years. But you can excuse Canucks fans for getting a little giddy right now. After all, being at the top of the league’s standings near the midway point of the season has been a rarity during this team’s 40 year history.