ICYMI…Canucks vs. Sabres: Van City cruise to comfortable win

Chris Higgins

NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks’ blogger Kevin “The Flying V” Vanstone is back to give you his love ‘em and hate ‘em from Vancouver’s win over the Buffalo Sabers. The Vancouver Canucks dominated the Sabres on Thursday, controlling play at both ends of the ice and benefiting from a couple bounces on the way to a comfortable 3-0 win. Roberto Luongo was solid. Nice to see Chris Higgins coming alive, and Henrik Sedin and Ryan Kesler looked good too.

*My* five all time worst Vancouver Canucks deals

Trading someone like Linden for McCabe and his hair just isn't right....

NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Steve Lee is back today to weigh in on HIS 5 worst Canucks trades of all time in another post in our Moments In Time series. Cam Neely and a 1st round pick to Boston for Barry Pederson. Cory Schneider to New Jersey for the 9th pick in the 2013 draft. Trevor Linden to the NY Islanders for Bryan McCabe, Todd Bertuzzi and a 3rd round draft pick.

ICYMI Canucks lose another! This time to the Wild

Vancouver will be looking for redemption against the Wild.

Waving the White Towel Yikes. After all these underwhelming games, the Canucks blew another chance to right the ship and take two points out a hockey game. Instead, the Minnesota debacle felt almost like the culmination of the creeping habits that had been plaguing the Canucks. Halfway through the year the Canucks are struggling to […]

Canucks vs. San Jose Sharks: Nucks got Shark attack’d

Volpatti fight vs Sharks

Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the loss on Sunday night to the San Jose Sharks. Jordan Schroeder was flying in San Jose, playing well and coming close a few times to scoring his first of his career. The Alex Burrows at centre experiment paid off when he immediately started a ruckus by jawing with Logan Couture and letting Ryan Clowe get involved.

Five things to NOT like about the Canucks re-signing Mason Raymond

Mason Raymond

NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Reggie Gill weighs in with his ananlysis of the current news of the day. That oft-maligned winger Mason Raymond has resigned with the team today. While a 1-year salary of $2.27 million US is a $325,000 pay cut from Mason Raymond’s salary of last season, will it be too much for where Raymond will ultimately end up at the end of the year?

No contracts forthcoming for Canucks’ Rome, Oreskovich & Ebbett

Aaron Rome

NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Reggie Gill weighs in with his ananlysis of the current crop of Canuck free agent hockey players that did not have contracts qualified and therefore will be free agents come July 1st 2012. Aaron Rome figures to be the one who’s presence will be missed the most. Andrew Ebbett a role player and Victor Oreskovich a guy never able to realize his potential.

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.

Top 10 Vancouver Canucks 2011-2012 moments in time Part 2

Canucks vs. Bruins

NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges, who proclaims he is on permanent vacation has taken a break from lounging on the beach aka his deck to bring us some of the most heartwarming and goofiest moments of the past season for our beloved Vancouver Canucks. Here then are moments 5 to 1. The Duncan Keith hit, the battle in Boston, the Zack Kassian for Cody Hodgson trade and more…

Golfing season is here. Vancouver Canucks off-season tradewinds Version 1.0

Mason Raymond

NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges weighs in with his thoughts on the 2012 Canucks off-season and possible trade scenarios in his Canucks tradewinds article Version 1.0. 2009 first-round pick Jordan Schroeder is going to get a heavy look in training camp. time to break up with Mason Raymond. Cory Schneider is worth more in a trade. Sign Jason Garrison as soon as possible.

The Flying V: Jannik Hansen…at least he played decent this year

Jannik Hansen

The wait has been arduous but FINALLY, The Flying V has returned to…writing? The Rock would be proud. Part 1 of Kev’s Well…at least he played decent this year series. This time, the top 5 reasons why Vancouver Canucks fans should be optimistic about the future of Jannik Hansen with the Canucks. He’s the honey badger, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t care.

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