Tag: Sedin

Lessons in Sedin-ery

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. 




15 Prime Cuts for November

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.




The Top 10 Left Wingers in the NHL

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




2013-14 Fantasy Hockey Preview: Forwards

  I wrote a fantasy hockey preview for Yahoo! Sports Puck Daddy last week, looking at several stud forwards (and a few sleepers) from across the NHL.




The Vancouver Canucks in 2012: A Year in Review

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




Canucks – The Window to Win (Schneider v. Luongo)

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