Pavel Bure – Vancouver Canucks one true Hall of Famer

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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.

Vancouver Canucks All-Time BEST goaltender…And the winner is

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NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Steve Lee weighs in today with another post in our Moments In Time series. Kirk McLean, Roberto Luongo, and Richard Brodeur all had one thing in common, they all backstopped the Canucks to the Stanley Cup Finals and they all came up short of hoisting hockey’s holy grail. When you break down the elements, which netminder should be honored as the Vancouver Canucks all time best goalie?

Does Ryan Kesler make the five best Canucks centers of all time list?

Ryan Kesler

NWSB insider C-Mac brings us a Vancouver Canucks moments in time article today detailing the top Vancouver centers in the history of the team. C-Mac states Ryan Kesler is his second best Canucks center of all time, with the Swedish captain Henrik Sedin sitting at first. Kesler will turn 28 on Aug. 31st this year, and should have at least another four prime years.

Vancouver Canucks Roberto Luongo is a future Ring of Honouree

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With Roberto Luongo seemingly headed out of town and across the continent one way or another, Josh Hall tells us why Bobby Lu deserves to be a future inductee into the Ring of Honour. The Vancouver Canucks won’t be the same without him which is indeed why he deserves said honour. Luongo and Kirk McLean along with Richard Brodeur are the only goalies in franchise history to play over 20,000 minutes.

Best Foreign Vancouver Canucks Part 1 (With Swedish Subtitles!)

The greatest Swedish players for the Canucks

Vancouver Canucks writer C-Mac loves the international flavor of his Canucks. In part one he takes a look at the five greatest Swedish players to have suited up for Vancouver, and there has been a long list to choose from. Daniel Sedin, Henrik Sedin, Markus Naslund, Alex Edler, to name a few…