Vanuckles

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  1. Bored and can't sleep so I thought I would rank the primary jerseys around the NHL for the 2018-19 season. This is based on my own personal opinion, but I tried to be objective - although if I was 100% objective, I'm not sure I'd give the Canucks the 16th spot . Enjoy and let me have that feedback. Ranking NHL Primary Jerseys from worst to best: 31. Vegas Golden Knights 30. Nashville Predators 29. Anaheim Ducks 28. Arizona Coyotes 27. Florida Panthers 26. Dallas Stars 25. Ottawa Senators 24. Tampa Bay Lightning 23. Edmonton Oilers 22. Washington Capitals 21. Carolina Hurricanes 20. Colorado Avalanche 19. Columbus Blue Jackets 18. New York Islanders 17. Calgary Flames 16. Vancouver Canucks 15. Minnesota Wild 14. Winnipeg Jets 13. Pittsburgh Penguins 12. Los Angeles Kings 11. New Jersey Devils 10. Buffalo Sabres 9. San Jose Sharks 8. Philadelphia Flyers 7. Detroit Red Wings 6. St. Louis Blues 5. New York Rangers 4. Toronto Maple Leafs 3. Boston Bruins 2. Chicago Blackhawks 1. Montreal Canadiens
  2. [VIDEO] Benn vs Anderson

    @PhillipBlunt I have a feeling you'll enjoy this one.
  3. [VIDEO] Benn vs Anderson

    The boys squared up and went at it. Benn will drop'em with anyone in the league. I miss this stuff, listen to how electrified the crowd was...
  4. [PGT] Vancouver Canucks at Boston Bruins | Nov. 08, 2018

    HOLY S*&! This is the best thing I've ever seen on TV May cause asphyxiation by laughter
  5. Is There A Player Pettersson Can Be Compared To?

    Datsyuk more than any other imo but he really is his own player
  6. That said, if he does return he would probably want to play in a very small market where he doesn't get drilled a million questions by the media, and he doesn't get stopped on the street every other second. Yotes could really use a right handed puck moving Dman.
  7. It was over 4 years ago, and there were no reports of other instances of such nature. I'd be ok with the Canucks going after him. We all make mistakes.
  8. Quinn Hughes | D

    Cheers, we all thank you for it. I was looking at a Utica package when I was out on the east coast, but now that I moved back to the west, it's mostly strictly canucks hockey for me.
  9. Quinn Hughes | D

    I'm convinced you never sleep and nothing you say or do will persuade me otherwise! I always appreciate your reports on here, imo you're the most knowledgeable poster on these boards and I hold your opinion on players in high regard. Cheers!
  10. Quinn Hughes | D

    That's actually a pretty good idea for a website. It would definitely take some kind of agreement with the various leagues to do that, and I'd imagine that's pretty pricey. I'm sure each league has proprietary shift by shift videos but they wouldn't release that to the public. It would be a pretty neat concept. As for the hardcore fans comment... maybe I just need to get a life instead
  11. Quinn Hughes | D

    I'm actually pretty interested in Patrice Bergeron and Aleksander Barkov pre-NHL shifts but it's pretty bleak on Youtube. I was just generally interested if you knew whether or not there's a website (preferably free) that archives shift by shift game footage for significant players. Thanks anyways.
  12. Quinn Hughes | D

    EDIT: Nevermind.
  13. Jonah Gadjovich | LW

    Might be the best thing for him. Hopefully he's using the practice time wisely and if he gets down to the ECHL to get some more icetime that would not be the worst thing. He's a project for sure. Nothing wrong with that.
  14. Jonah Gadjovich | LW

    It's not speed. He's not going to be blowing by defenders etc, he's not going to be creating plays. His passes were not up to par at all and he couldn't stick handle the puck at all. He always looked like the puck was handcuffing him. I disagree about speed being the issue, he was able to keep up for the most part. I'm not saying we should give up on him. I like him, and I think he could be a valuable piece moving forward especially as a net front presence on the PP. From what I've seen his ceiling would be a Scottie Hartnell. Not bad. His shot was fine for Juniors and he was a man among boys where all he needed to do was plug himself in front of the net and cleanup. That's where most of his goals came from. That's his bread and butter. He was average in terms of skating compared to his peers, he didn't lag too far behind. It was an issue last year in junior but he worked on it and there was a dramatic improvement.