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  1. I say it again: If you decide to have NHL games during such a pandemic you have to protect the players by vaccinating them. NHL should have made the call that players and staff have to be vaccinated at the start of the season. Not vaccinating players and staff turned out to be a nightmare. Could have been avoided easily. Alone the fact that there every teams consists of a group of individuals increases the risk that not only one individual gets infected but many more because of the daily contact.
  2. Jim won't get away with COVID 19 as an excuse because Canucks are way out of the playoff race before some players have been tested positive.
  3. hockey is like a religion in Canada. Should'a been possible to sideline say 80 shots for the players and staff. 80 shots that's not much. Requires just a little flexibility... Not a big deal ... some countries get this done...
  4. anyone here knowing if Canucks player and staff vaccination has already started? Other teams have already begun to vaccinate players .... for example the tampa bay lightning:
  5. Lots of teams out there that want to add a defenceman like the Winnipeg Jets, the Philadelphia Flyers, the Carolina Hurricanes, the Florida Panthers..... . I wonder if Harmonic would be willing to waive if a team like Winnipeg would call Jim. I know that Harmonic wants to stay in West Canada and Winnipeg is not West Canada. Most important thing is that Jim gets an extension done. Vancouver Canucks defenseman Travis Hamonic is getting interest from around the league. Sportsnet reported he wants to stay and coach Travis Green hopes he can stay as well. “We like him as a playe
  6. Perry , Thornton and Spezza are well beyond their prime but still good enough to put higher numbers on the scoreboard than Pearson. Problem is that Canucks won't get a high scoring Top 6 winger in free agency or via a trade. Top 6 remains a work in process. Pearson is not the solution going forward. Just look at the top teams in the north dvision like the Maple Leafs, Jets and Oilers. All of them have way more firepower up front than Canucks have. Maybe Canucks hope that Podkolzin can become a Top 6 scoring winger in the NHL. Given his production in the KHL and international tournaments I am m
  7. The Vancouver Canucks have signed goaltender Thatcher Demko to a five-year, $25 million extension Rick Dhaliwal: Hearing that Demko doesn’t have any no-trade protection in any of the five years. Puck Pedia: Salary breakdown. 2021-22: $2.5 million base salary 2022-23: $3.5 million base salary, $1 million signing bonus 2023-24: $6 million base salary, $1 million signing bonus 2024-25: $6 million base salary 2025-26: $5 million base salary Irfaan Gaffar: “That’s a great deal for Demko. Next orders of business should be Green/Clarke, Pett
  8. For those who are interested in getting more details on waiving Gostisbehere: Philadelphia Flyers: The Philadelphia Flyers have placed defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere on waivers. David Dwork: Gostisbehere’s contract was front-loaded. He has two years left at a $4.5 million salary cap hit but is owned salaries of $3.25 million. Cap Friendly: “Any club that is potentially interested in claiming Shayne Gostisbehere off waivers at noon tomorrow, would require at least $1,525,000 in projected cap space, OR $4,500,000 in available Salary Pool relief for those clubs that are curr
  9. Florida Panthers: Florida Panthers defenseman Aaron Ekblad has had surgery to repair a left leg fracture and is expected to be out for 12 weeks. I think the Panthers are now seriously considering to bring in a d-Man ahead of the trade deadline. I mean they have had a great season so far and it would be dumb not to bring in a -Man and to jeopardize making the playoffs.
  10. amazing pic's . Thank's to everybody posting pic's in here. Visited British Columbia when i was a student back in 1999. Spent almost 2 weeks visiting the national parks Jasper and Banff then we drove back to VAN in order to take the ferry to VAN Island the next day. Victoria is a really nice place as so many others like Tofino. Was really impressed by the nature and the wildlife. VAN is a special place. There are not many cities around the world where you have sandy beaches and at the same time you look at the powered mountains north of VAN. Unfortunately it was August and there were no pre-se
  11. Canucks trade tiers Thomas Drance and Harman Dayal: Looking at the trade tiers for the Vancouver Canucks. Not moving – Elias Pettersson, Quinn Hughes, J.T. Miller, Bo Horvat, Nate Schmidt, Tyler Myers, Jay Beagle, Antoine Roussel, Loui Eriksson, Braden Holtby, Thatcher Demko, Michael Ferland, Nils Hoglander, and Jack Rathbone. Not moving unless it’s a blockbuster – Brock Boeser, and Kole Lind. Will he waive mixtape, volume 5 – Alex Edler. Everything must go – Tanner Pearson, Brandon Sutter, Jordie Benn, Travis Hamonic (has later said he won’t waive
  12. Pearson’s injury and his contract situation Sportsnet: Chris Johnston on Sportsnet on Vancouver Canucks injured forward and pending UFA Tanner Pearson. “Tanner Pearson, he’s been out injured with an ankle injury. He’s sought some secondary opinions, and so far the news on that has been positive. In fact, he’s hoping potentially to get skating sometime here in the next week. Which is noteably well ahead of the April 12th trade deadline. As a pending unrestricted free agent, that’s important for Vancouver. They have a decisions on his future. Negotiations
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