NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger C-Mac weighs in with another installment of NWSB’s Moments in Time piece, this time we are looking back on the debut of the great Pavel Bure. The news came out this offseason that the Canucks will be raising Bure’s #10 jersey to the rafters. And this is a nice piece by C-Mac to take a look at where the magic all started; November 5th, 1991. Click here and take a journey down memory lane with the most explosive Canuck of all time.
NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Steve Lee weighs in today with another post on recent Hockey hall of fame inductee and former Canucks superstar Pavel Bure. Steve says it would be ridiculous for the rest of the hockey world to celebrate the Russian Rocket’s achievements and not see Bure’s jersey hanging in the rafters with Stan Smyl, Trevor Linden and Markus Naslund.
NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges is back this week to create a buzz about the latest Canucks news about Dan Cloutier being hired by the organization to be a goaltender coach. Look, it’s giving us something to talk about he says, If you haven’t noticed we’re in a lockout right now where the two sides aren’t even talking to each other yet. Dan Cloutier is all we have for Canucks news right now.
Canucks writer Josh Hall wanted to pay tribute to the brilliant mind of George Lucas, especially given the re-release of Episode 1 in 3D. Who made the list? Daniel Sedin and Henrik Sedin – R2D2 and C3PO for starters. Stan Smyl as Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Trevor Linden as Luke Skywalker. Check it out and may the puck be with you!
News out of Vancouver Canucks land this week from blogger Richard Hodges covering the Nucks. Mark Messier hasn’t played for the Vancouver Canucks for 10+ years. But according to the former captain, the Canucks still may owe him some money for his services. According to the Vancouver Province newspaper the Nucks have arranged for an arbitrator to hear the case.
Vancouver sports blogger Steve Lee weighs in with his Vancouver sports controversies! Like afternoon soap operas are to lonely housewives, the world of sports has it’s own share of dramas and the Vancouver franchises are not without their fair share of the inner turmoil. Roberto Luongo vs. Corey Schneider leads the way. Mark Messier vs. Trevor Linden makes the list.
Teams over the years in the Northwest corner, on either side of the line have dished out their share of overpaid contracts. The Vancouver Grizzlies, Seattle Supersonics, Seattle Seahawks, Portland Trailblazers, Vancouver Canucks are all guilty. Bryant Reeves, Mark Messier, Carlos Silva, Shaun Alexander, Theo Ratliff, Jim McIlvaine have all gotten paid haven’t they?