Rogers Arena atmosphere during Canucks games is pathetic!

Cascadia Cup Sounders FC vs. Whitecaps FC

NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks hockey blogger Josh Hall weighs in today on a topic that is quickly surfacing as a hot button issue. It’s been just over a month since a couple Vancouver Southsiders fans were kicked out of a Canucks game for allegedly causing some, “sightline issues for other fans,” and for standing. We should applaud them says Josh. He says Canucks fans are NOT the best fans in the league! How about some of the most idiotic and ignorant fans in the league?

The Vancouver Canucks are some kinda blunderful

Luongo vs. Wild

NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks writer Josh Hall is back at it again gracing the pages of NWSB. Tonight he weighs in post-game style on the Wild vs. Canucks matchup from Monday night. He’s not impressed and points out with 20 games remaining in the shortened 2013 season Cory Schneider has inferior numbers that he can almost guarantee would be higher had Roberto Luongo been traded before the season commenced.

V for Vulgar: The Definition of the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

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NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks writer Josh Hall is back writing for NWSB again. Tonight he weighs in post-game style on the Red Wings vs. Canucks matchup from Saturday night. One positive he can find was Alex Burrows on the new franchise record of fastest goal in Canucks history. Six seconds for the puck to bulge twine off a beauty feed from Daniel Sedin. The bad, the crowd at Rogers Arena was as dead as ever on a night meant to be special for something.

NWSB goes one-on-one with Canucks goalie Eddie Lack

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NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Josh Hall goes one on one with Chicago Wolves netminder and Swedish sensation Eddie Lack. Eddie says he’s currently in Stockholm making last minute preparations to return to North America. From there, it’s on to Canucks NHL training camp, if there is one anyway.

Welcome to Vancouver Brendan Gaunce… Belleville Bulls centre

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NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks writer Josh Hall brings you an in-depth look at the Nucks 1st Round Draft Pick from Friday night’s selection process from Pittsburgh. Brendan Gaunce who hails from the Markham/Sudbury area of Ontario could provide an impact the Canucks will dearly need in 3-6 years from now. Centre depth for Ryan Kesler and Henrik Sedin. Wonderful words to our ears.

Vancouver Canadians swinging for the fences in Summer 2012

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Vancouver Canadians Insider and Media Pass Holder Josh Hall reviews and previews the Vancouver Canadians of summer 2012. The NWL title is back up for grabs as 8 teams across BC, Washington State and Oregon duke it out for the bragging rights. Can Skipper Clayton ManCullough coach this squad to a 2nd straight Freitas Cup?

NWSB exclusive: Twitterview with Vancouver Giants centreman Anthony Ast

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Josh Hall sat down with Vancouver Giants centre Anthony Ast (from different computers of course) for this exclusive twitterview. Anthony, born in Richmond, dreams of being an NHL’er and by the sounds of it, will do just about anything to fulfill that dream. The 17 year old is on the right track. He says, “I want this to be my life because I can’t imagine doing anything else.” – Perfect answer!

Five possible picks for the Vancouver Canucks at the 2012 NHL entry draft

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NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks writer Josh Hall is back with his top 5 first round picks for the Vancouver Canucks at the upcoming draft in just 12 days. Will Mike Gillis focus on defense, forwards or the between the pipes. Josh gives suggestions for all of those but perhaps the brightest one in number 4. Slater Koekkoek, Erik Karlsson, Franky Palazzese to name a few. Have a read.

The Maple Leafs make sense as a trade partner for Canucks & Luongo

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Vancouver Canucks Insider Josh Hall is back with his first of many features to come this June and tells us why the Brian Burke and the Toronto Maple Leafs are sensible trade partners for the Nucks. Who could come this way for Roberto Luongo? Could it be Luke Schenn, Jake Gardiner or even Ben Scrivens for the sake of backing up Cory Schneider? We’re about to find out Canucks Nation.

May 2012 Links: Canucks Morning Java

The Birthing Whale says, "Game, set and match...get out and play."

Josh weighs in with thesummer version of the Vancouver Canucks Java. NHL team news for the die hard Nucks fans. Gossip and articles captured on the web for May 2012. NWSportsBeat.com, your source for all Vancouver Canucks hockey talk all the time, plus Canucks blog archives. Looking for news on Ryan Kesler, Henrik Sedin, Daniel Sedin, Roberto Luongo or anyone else in Van City, keep reading.

*My* Top Canucks and Vancouver fanbase pet peeves

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Josh Hall is back with his top five Vancouver Canucks related Pet Peeves and he’s kinda peeved so to speak at the fanbase that wreaks havoc here in VanCity. It’s brutal to sit at home watching a Canucks game and notice the lack of atmosphere there is at Rogers Arena. You know Roberto Luongo will be involved somewhere but is it because everything’s his fault? Read on to find out.

Alain Vigneault’s Contract Extension is a very good thing for Canucks!

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Vancouver Canucks Insider Josh Hall lays the smackdown on why Alain Vigneault’s contract extension is a very good thing for this organization. The trickle down affect could mean new life for Roberto Luongo and Ryan Kesler, but really, why would we ever want this guy to leave anyways? He’s a proven winner. The best Coach the Canucks have ever had. Proove me wrong. Leave a comment.

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