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  1. October 1: will Jim Benning be able to acquire more picks for next week’s draft?
  2. September 1: Canucks vs. Golden Knights Game 5 preview: Thatcher Demko could start
  3. Now, NHL insider David Pagnotta, citing “well-placed league sources”, is reporting the NHL’s plan is to allow players and select staff to return to their arenas and hold training camps at some point in June, with the regular-season continuing in July, followed by the start of playoffs. “The goal, of at least both those leagues, is to finish this season in some way, shape or form. A lot of different ways to do that,” said Caldwell following yesterday’s call. “The latest that’s being discussed – and again, this is not finalized, I think the direction that both leagues are going, and things that I’m hearing – is resuming play some time this summer.” “At least from the NHL, we’re trying to target some time in July. And when we feel that players are safe and we have enough testing and have enough ways to get back on the ice, it’s probably going to be contained at playing in four or five neutral sites.” “When we are able to come out from the quarantine period, players are going to need time to work out,” Caldwell said. It’s expected that teams will conduct mini-training camps in June with the balance of the regular season and the Stanley Cup Playoffs to be held in July. It’s unclear at this point where games would be played, but ESPN’s Emily Kaplan is reporting that Raleigh, Minnesota and Edmonton are all in consideration.
  4. March 1: brutal collapse wastes 3 pt nights for Elias Pettersson & JT Miller
  5. February 1: Quinn Hughes takes over NHL Rookie scoring lead with 2 goals in Canucks win
  6. January 1: vote Quinn Hughes into the All Star Game, ringing in 2020 in the hospital
  8. July 1: Canucks sign free agents Tyler Myers, Jordie Benn, and Oscar Fantenberg
  9. June 2: Summer Summit with the Sedins on same evening as Botchford Tribute Event
  10. April 1: sign goalie Jake Kielly, my picks for the year-end awards (Pettersson, Markstrom)
  11. March 1: Elias Pettersson’s Calder Trophy chase, looking forward to Quinn Hughes’ debut
  12. February 2: back in action vs the Avalanche, full of High Hopes for the rest of the season
  13. The Canucks will look to add another important building block with the 7th overall pick in today's NHL entry draft.
  14. Here are 5 takeaways from yesterday's year-end press conference for the Canucks. As well, I invite you to enter my NHL Playoff Pool. Send me an email to for more info.