With four regulation wins in their last 14, is the Canucks fire sale ready to begin? Plus, an eye towards next season: Who will be on the roster, and who will be looking for a new place to work?
Author: Chris Golden
There’s no doubt about it: 2017 was Brock Boeser’s year. With little doubt, 2018 is also going to be the year of Brock. Where does Boeser rank among the all-time greatest Canuck rookies? And further down the road, is Elias Pettersson’s performance at the WJC a sign of his future NHL dominance for the Canucks?
Forget the elf on the shelf, how about the entire Canucks top line? With Horvat, Baertschi, and now possibly Brock on the IR, Matt, Anna and Adam discuss the possible ramifications that befall a team with as many injuries as the Canucks and what happens going forward.
The Canucks returned home from their lengthy road trip coping with the news Derek Dorsett’s career may be over, winning a key contest against the Leafs. The crew discusses the fallout from the week that was and also ask: are the Sedins locked in as Hockey Hall of Famers?
How have the Canucks fared on their six-game roadie? Anna and Matt recap more magic from Brock Boeser, discuss his next contract, and talk about the Sedins’ resurgence on the road.
Almost a quarter of the way into the season, the Canucks are hovering at .500 and it’s almost time to buy into what the team is selling or see if this team is more pretender than contender. Matt and Anna discuss the team’s performance 20 games in, the beauty of the top line, and re-calibrate Sedin expectations.
How do you fix the Canucks ailing powerplay? Is it time for backup goaltender Anders Nilsson to get a longer look? The gang discusses.
Just how good is Brock Boeser? How good can Boeser be? The crew discusses the early triumphs of the Baertschi – Bo – Brock top line.
Derek Scoresett continues to be a thing, Brock Boeser puts fans in hysterics after leaving practice early, and are the Canucks “for real”?
The Canucks are .500 seven games into the season and there’s some wonky storylines to talk about: Derek Dorsett is leading the team in scoring, Brock Boeser is producing at a point per game, and the Canucks defense has been spotty.