Goodbye Salo and Rome; Hello Jason Garrison and…Derek Joslin?

Marchand Salo

NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges weighs in with his thoughts on the player movement this week coming out of Mike Gillis’ office in Vancouver. Gone are longtime d-man Sami Salo, a warrior in Van City for 8+ years. Also Alain Vigneault favorite Aaron Rome. In are hometown boy Jason Garrison and we’re also now hearing ex-Hurricanes D/FW Derek Joslin could be next.

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…

Top 10 Vancouver Canucks 2011-2012 moments in time Part 1

Alain Vigneault was relieved of his duties by the Canucks on Wednesday.

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. Kevin Bieksa’s bum will never be the same. The weirdest rivalry of the year was the one between Vern Fiddler and Kevin Bieksa. Wait what…

Vancouver Canucks newcomer Byron Bitz: the right fitz or the pitz?

Byron Bitz

Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges goes in depth on relative Canucks newcomer Byron Bitz. He’s probably not going to win the Conn Smythe (probably, you never know), but Bitz is a very nice piece indeed to add to the team free of charge and possesses a lot of traits the Canucks may have been looking for at the deadline.

Canucks vs. Minnesota Wild blog: Love’ em & Hate’ em

Kings vs. Canucks

Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win on Thursday night over the Minnesota Wild. Just thirteen seconds into the game, Dany Heatley opened the scoring. Most thought Oh-Oh. It seems Byron Bitz is the latest one-week wonder in Vancouver. The ongoing saga of Henrik Sedin’s ankle the past few days has been an interesting one.

5 Reasons to Love The Vancouver Canucks Sniper Aaron Rome

Aaron Rome

Consider that the Canucks were 9-5 in the playoffs with him, and 1-3 without him. Or that the Canucks are 3-1 with Rome this year, and 6-7-1 without him, its safe to say Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges can come up with 5 reasons canucks fans should love Aaron Rome.

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