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About kenhodgejr

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  1. [GDT] Nucks at Wild 5pm Nov 15 2018

    Pouliot on the Canucks remides me of this guy
  2. Nikita Tryamkin | D

    Hughes Tyramkin Juolevi Stetcher Hutton Gudbranson
  3. Olli Juolevi | D

    I think Hughes is expecting to play in the NHL next season in stead of signing and going to Utica. If Juolevi keeps up this pace and makes the team out of camp we may have two rookie LD starting in the same season. This will make things interesting with the lines. Hutton Stetcher Juolevi Tanev Hughes Gudbranson Pouliot Biega Gone Edler Del Zotto
  4. Erik Gudbranson | #44 | D

    Happy to see that he could be a good long term fit for this team on right D
  5. Artyom Manukyan | RW

  6. [PGT] Vancouver Canucks at New York Islanders | Nov. 13, 2018

    Happy to see Gudbranson stepping up to Clutterbuck
  7. [PGT] Vancouver Canucks at Boston Bruins | Nov. 08, 2018

    I don't know about you guys but i think Gaudette should stay up with the team. If the forwards can all be healthy at the same time where does Gaudette play? Has he done enough to take that spot from Granlund? Do we package Sutter in a trade for 2019 picks? Should he be a depth player in case of injury? Goldobin Pettersson Boeser Baertchi Horvat Eriiksson Roussel Sutter Virtanen Schaller Beagle Granlund Leipsic Gaudette
  8. Jonathan Dahlén | C/LW

    lol Steve Buscemi
  9. Hutton and Gudbranson stepping up again to play top line minutes. Im really hopping to see chemistry with Jake and Bo. Also hoping to see Pettersson and Goldobin make some things happen tonight. Go Canucks Go!!!
  10. To Vancouver: Kyle Clifford To LA: Brendan Leipsic Why make this trade: LA needs to change things up a bit and get competitive. Leipsic is young and brings speed. Vancouver needs to protect Pettersson
  11. Elias Pettersson | #40 | C/RW

    13-0, Edmonton Oilers Over Vancouver Canucks (Nov. 8, 1985) B Bennett / Getty Images Just one month before Edmonton and Chicago would play their record-setting game, the Oilers set a franchise record against the Vancouver Canucks in November. Despite five power plays in the second period alone, the Canucks couldn't put the puck in the net all night. Oilers Winger David Lumley, on the other hand, had a big night with a hat trick and two assists, while Wayne Gretzky had four assists. Gretzkys record for goals in a single game is 5 and for assists in a single game is 7. The most goals in a single NHL game is 7 I would love for the Canucks to beat the Oilers 14-0 during their next game. Pettersson 7 goals, 7 assists Tying a couple of existing league records
  12. Jack Rathbone | D

    If we signed Tyler Myers that might bring some size and grit on the right side and take some pressure off jim for drafting defence man. Also it allows us to trade Tanev and or Edler Next Season Hughes Myers Juolevi Stetcher Hutton Gudbranson Pouliot Chatfield Playing Myers with an elite skater/puck mover like Q. Hughes will allow him to play a better game in my opinion. Hutton and Gudbranson seem like a decent bottom pairing who can be physical when needed. Juolevi will surprise a lot of people. He is deceptively smart. He will be like a more offensive version of Alex Edler in my opinion. Steady guy who has a long NHL career. Never the star player but always a solid reliable above average player who gets the job done. In a few years i think Rathbone and Woo could take over for Hutton and Gudbranson.
  13. Elias Pettersson | #40 | C/RW

    Mobile defence is key in the new NHL game. I see Bowen Byram as being the ideal defence man for us. He skates well, can run a power play, is offensive and defensive, has an element of physicality.