Vancouver Canucks: Grades and analysis for 2013 NHL draft

Horvat

NWSB Canucks blogger Josh Hall recaps the 2013 NHL draft for the Vancouver Canucks two first round picks. Josh points out it finally happened Sunday as the Canucks traded away goalie Cory Schneider to the New Jersey Devils.In return they got to pick Bo Horvat, then with their second 1st round pick they chose Hunter Shinkaruk. A good day for Van City. Mike Gillis certainly isn’t making it easy to form an opinion on him.

Past or present Canucks Brendan Gaunce will remind you of

stan smyl canucks

NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Reggie Gill weighs in with some opinion of who 2012 NHL Draft pick Brendan Gaunce will remind you of Canucks fans. Artem Chubarov, Stan Smyl, Manny Malhotra, Cody Hodgson are all names that come to mind of current or past Canucks. All have that “something” that reminds us of a part of Gaunce’s game.

Canucks Round 1 2012 NHL Draft – Brendan Gaunce pick according to twitter

Social Media Report: Mariners

NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks writers Kevin Vanstone – AKA The Flying V tells us with their first pick in the 2012 NHL Draft the Canucks chose Brendan Gaunce. Another Social Media Report with analysis of the 2012 NHL first round pick by the Nucks from the great fans on Twitter. We Tweet after me! Brendan comes from a hockey family, following in the footsteps of older brother Cameron Gaunce.

Welcome to Vancouver Brendan Gaunce… Belleville Bulls centre

Brendan Gaunce

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.

Moments in time! A quick look back at some Vancouver Canucks freshman

Sedins vs. Maple Leafs

NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Steve Lee has a great article today on the hits and misses for the Vancouver draft picks in another Moments in time article. Each year the Canucks walk into the draft with lofty expectations. From Markus Nasland and Alex Stojanov to Pavel Bure, Henrik Sedin, Daniel Sedin, Jere Gillis and Jason Herter the Canucks have had some highs and lows on draft day.

Recent Vancouver Canucks draft picks to watch for in 2012-2013

Jordan Schroeder

NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Reggie Gill weighs in on the eve of the 2012 NHL draft with a look at recent Canucks draft picks made by the organization that big things are expected of in the near future. The recent Vancouver Canucks draft picks include, Eddie Lack, Anton Rodin, Jordan Schroeder, Kevin Connauton, and Nicklas Jensen. Mason Raymond better watch out.

Moments In Time: The Best Vancouver Canucks GMs

Pat Quinn Vancouver Canucks

Vancouver Canucks blogger C-Mac dips into the Moments In Time series at NWSB for his next blog post about the Vancouver Canucks Best General Managers in team history. He ranks them from 5 thru 1. Bud Poile, Pat Quinn, Mike Gillis, Brian Burke all make the list. Would you make any changes to this list? Who would you add?

Moments In Time: Our Choices! The WORST Canucks Draft Picks

Libor Polasek

Vancouver Canucks blogger C-Mac dips into the Moments In Time series at NWSB for his next blog post about the Vancouver Canucks WORST ever NHL draft picks. He ranks them from 5 thru 1. Petr Nedved, Jason Herter, Patrick White, Libor Polasek, and Dan Woodley all make the list. Would you make any changes to this list? Who would you add?

Moments In Time: Our Choices! The Best Canucks Draft Picks

Harold Snepts

Vancouver Canucks blogger C-Mac dips into the Moments In Time series at NWSB for his next blog post about the Vancouver Canucks best ever NHL draft picks. He ranks them from 5 thru 1. Kevin Bieksa, Stan Smyl, Daniel Sedin, Henrik Sedin, Pavel Bure and fan favorite Harold Snepsts all make the list. Would you make any changes to this list? Who would you add?

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