Monthly archives: August, 2012

2012 Prospect Profiles: Zack Kassian

Although Zack Kassian has appeared in only 21 games as a Canuck, he is one of the most important players on the roster as we look to the future. He is the top prospect on the club (according to the Canucks Army writers). He is one of the best prospects in hockey according to a

The Canucks and a Lockout – Good or Bad?

On the surface, it may seem like the Canucks (a contending team with a window to win that appears to be closing) wouldn’t be a team that benefits from missing any hockey in 2012-13. However, that isn’t the case. Read on to find out why.

2012 Canucks Prospect Profiles: Brendan Gaunce

The Canucks were extremely happy that two-way center Brendan Gaunce slipped all the way to pick 26 at the NHL Draft back in late June. Gaunce has spent the last two seasons in the OHL with the Belleville Bulls, developing into one of the best playmakers in the league. The 18-year-old forward has been training

Top Canucks Moments of 2011-12: #6 – Byron Bitz

Byron Bitz was signed in the summer of 2011 to supply the Canucks with size and toughness. He missed the entire 2010-11 season dealing with hip and groin issues, and the problem lingered on throughout training camp and into the beginning of the 2011-12 regular season. He finally made his debut with in February of


The Shootout – A Roundtable Discussion on Hockey

The dog days of summer are here, but that hasn’t stopped us from continuing to publish fresh content. In the first of a recurring series of posts, Mike Colligan, Anatoliy Metter, James Neveau, and Jeff Angus will answer a few burning questions related to the game of hockey – on and off of the ice. Here are today’s questions:

The Dallas Stars Forwards: Fantasy Hockey Outlook for 2012-13

In addition to freelancing for fine sites like Defending Big D, I also am the editor and manager over at DobberHockey, a site dedicated to the world of fantasy hockey. We publish an annual Fantasy Guide, an annual Prospects Report, and a few other yearly hockey publications. Fantasy hockey makes watching hockey even more fun.