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  1. I doubt Edmonton would consider without Ballard
  2. oh my goodness
  3. shoutout to the canucks discord channel

    1. Pears

      Pears

      Right?

  4. I think Pettersson will enter the NHL at ~185 and will fill out to 195 in his mid 20s. I may be crazy but I genuinely believe he can reach 200. This kid is so incredibly thin, there is so much potential for growth on that 6'2 frame. If RNH can go from 165 to 190+, I don't think Pettersson will have a problem with it. Our boys in the past few years have all developed very nicely. Horvat, Boeser and Juolevi have all been able to get noticeably bigger, stronger, and faster. I think Pettersson is in very good hands.
  5. 2:26 Olli "traps" Juolevi
  6. Drafting McCann definitely wasn't a waste. I'd swap 24 and 33 for a top 4 Dman any day.
  7. Those odds are actually surprisingly high
  8. I think Benning has a powerplay/OFD in his top 5. There's a very real possibility that we are drafting Heiskenan/Makar/Liljegren
  9. Being 29th in the league didn't help with things either...
  10. 19 year old Sam Bennett
  11. Hopefully he has a productive summer. No post-draft media obligations, just pumping iron and eating well.
  12. Tarasenko is built like a brick house
  13. As a current Beedie student, I was in the same position you are in. The expectation for me was always UBC and SFU really wasn't in my considerations until I actually started applying to schools. Looking back now, I can't imagine going to UBC for arts. I'm not going to talk sh*t about arts but Beedie is a phenomenal business school and there are so many opportunities. I think it comes down to who you are and what you expect out of university. If you are a competitive person and want to do "business things" like networking events, club work, etc. do business. I can't comment too much on UBC but I've been to a couple frat parties and the campus is quite nice. That's all I know about UBC. If you have any questions, feel free to PM me.