In my latest post for the Vancouver Canucks, I take a look at the four best plays from the first half of this season. Unsurprisingly, all four of them involve a certain set of Swedish twins.
In this month’s 15 Prime Cuts, I take a look at the impressive San Jose Sharks, a few players in the AHL to keep an eye on, Pavel Bure (of course), the Toronto Maple Leafs, Brandon Saad, and much more.
Over the last few years, I have published top 10 positional rankings for NHL players, but with a fantasy hockey focus. This time around, I am going to offer my thoughts on the top 10 players at each position, but with a focus on the actual sport itself. Read on to find out who the
Even with a second straight Presidents’ Trophy, 2012 was largely a year of disappointment for the Vancouver Canucks. The team lost in convincing fashion to the surging Los Angeles Kings in Round 1 of the playoffs, and the intensity and effort that carried Vancouver to the 2011 Cup Final was largely nonexistent in 2011-12. There
This post was originally published on the CanucksArmy There is no shortage of relevant Canucks topics to discuss right now. Planning for the summer and beyond seems a tad premature, as does writing a eulogy for Roberto Luongo as a Canuck. Will Mason Raymond be back? Much to the chagrin of many, I’ll say yes. What