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  1. [Signing] Rangers re-sign Brady Skjei

    Have a feeling that he is going to be MDZ 2.0. Will always be serviceable but his one fantastic season is more or less an outlier.
  2. 2018 Young Stars Classic returns to Penticton

    Ya got my ticket package too. It's a good deal, about $20 per game if you are only watching the Canucks ones, about the same amount you spend for WHL hockey anyways. So I went with the package. Got center ice seat too so I really look forward to it!
  3. 2018 Young Stars Classic returns to Penticton

    Is there a way to only get tickets for Canucks vs Jets? Not really interested at the university games tbh.
  4. Not thanks, rather keep as many draft picks as possible for next year’s draft that will take place in Vancouver! Got a a feeling that in a couple of years Jett Woo will be better than Nurse. Benning often finds good players in later rounds, draft picks are worthy under Benning.
  5. Valeri Nichushkin vs Bo Horvat

    With the return of Valeri, we should bump this thread again. So glad we drafted Horvat instead of him!
  6. Elias Pettersson not only win the Calder but is also in the race for the Art Ross scoring a 92 point rookie season (32 goals and 60 assists). Brock Boeser continues to establish himself as one of the league's best snipers scoring 45 goals putting up 82 points. He is only behind Ovechkin and Laine in goals scored in the entire league. Bo Horvat wins the Selke while putting up 73 points and play tremendous defensive hockey. Horvat was also named captain by Janurary of 2019. Jonathan Dahlen surprises everyone at camp, made the regular roster by November and scoring 50+ points in his rookie season. The play of both Pettersson and Dahlen light a fire under Louis Eriksson, and he end up scoring 26 goals and 50+ points for the team. Virtanen continues to improve his play and scores 20 goals and finds himself on the top 6 by the end of the regular season. Olli Juolevi proves to be a great pick by making the line up out of camp and scoring 40 points in his rookie season while playing in all situation. Quinn Hughes also made the roster out of camp, scoring 50 points as a rookie Defenseman. The play of Hughes and Juolevi made Del Zotto expendable and we got a 3rd round pick for Del Zotto. Hutton comes back stronger then ever, putting up 30+ points while playing well in all situations. Stecher's play also improved significantly influenced by Quinn Hughes. In net, both Markstrom and Nilsson got fluky injury very early on in the year, forcing the Canucks to make Demko the starter near the end of October. Demko took on the spotlight and never takes a step back from here onward. Canucks traded Nilsson for a late round pick, going with the Demko/Markstrom tandem when every got healthy. The Canucks surprises everyone and made the playoffs as the #2 team in the Pacific Division. Took out the San Jose Sharks in the first round of the playoffs. Then took out Division leading Vegas Golden Knights in round 2. In round 3, the Canucks continues to surprise everyone and eliminated the Winnipeg Jets in a hard fought 7 game series. In the Cup Final the Canucks take on the Leafs. Virtanen made Nylander his bitch the entire series by targetting him and hitting him every play while also scoring clutch goals at the key moment. In contrast, Nylander becomes invisible as a result of Virtanen's physical play. Tavares and Matthews begins to develop a rift as things starts to fall apart for the Leafs. Canucks won the cup in 5 games (lifting the Cup in Toronto and shove it in the face of their fans and media). Horvat wins the Conn Smythe by putting up 30 points in 22 playoff games. During the Stanley Cup presentation, CBC got salty and cut out the live presentation to show the 1967 Leafs Stanley Cup parade footages instead. It was later revealed in reports that after Horvat receives the cup from Bettman he passes the cup to Edler first (because he is the longest tenure Canuck) out of respect. Edler made the wrong gesture/impression that everyone thought he was going to pass the Cup to Boeser but he passes to Eriksson instead. CDC starts to speculate like crazy and made multiple threads on why didn't Edler pass the Cup to Boeser
  7. [Poll] Logjam at Offense

    Start of season: Baertchi-Horvat-Boeser Eriksson-Gagner-Pettersson Granlund-Sutter-Virtanen Schaller-Beagle-Roussel Goldobin (see him switch in and out with EP the first few games, then fill in any offensive role when a top 6 gets injured) End of Season: Goldobin-Horvat-Boeser Baertchi-Pettersson-Virtanen Leipsic-Sutter-Granlund Gaudette-Beagle-Roussel Dahlen (switches in an out when ever there is an injury, as always we will have a lot of injuries) Hopefully we can then trade Schaller to a contender who is looking for bodies/depth and PKer for a late round pick (anything from a 4th-7th). Banking on Gagner will put up a decent amount of points playing with EP during the year and we can trade him to a team looking for some scoring depth and PP specialist at the deadline. Eriksson will probably be just like his pervious 2 seasons, injured for the final 15-20 games just because Canucks luck.
  8. Burrows? Do We Really Need Him?

    Burrows is now part of the Habs organization. Laval Rockets, Habs AHL affiliate team assistant coach. https://www.nhl.com/canadiens/news/alexandre-burrows-appointed-assistant-coach-with-the-laval-rocket/c-299425860
  9. [Report] Alexandre Burrows announces retirement

    It’s fitting that Burrows retiring on the same year as the Sedins. Hope to see him with the Canucks organization at some point post-retirement.
  10. Quinn Hughes | D

    At most, 5. I don't think Buffalo will never regret drafting Dahlin. Though I do like Hughes chances to have bigger successes at the NHL level ahead of any of the 5 guys drafted from 2-6.
  11. 2018 Canucks Summer Development Camp

    “Kole Lind scored a good goal in the scrimmage!” - Fans “but the fans didn’t get to see it and the stream is our and there is no proof that he scored and his lack of size really is concerning!” - Jason Botchford
  12. 2018 Canucks Summer Development Camp

    I know right?! Right after the intermission, that’s when it ends. Facebook more like FacePalm.
  13. Quinn Hughes | D

    Eriksson could either “fail his physical” or “allergic to hockey equipment.”
  14. [Signing] Canadiens sign Michael Chaput

    My habs fan co-worker loves to make fun of me when Willie D would put him on a line with the Sedins. And I told her that one day he will be a Hab and it will be my turn to make fun of your team. And today is the day!!
  15. [Signing] Capitals sign Jayson Megna

    Finally he is gone, it's over. No more Chaput or Megna. Remembering those 2 playing on a line with the Sedins still have me wanting to poke my eyes out.