Bios

 
J.J. Guerrero, Founder and Executive Editor
J.J. (@canuckshockey) founded Canucks Hockey Blog in 2005. He worked for Orca Bay Sports and Entertainment for nine years before he decided he preferred to watch the game from the comfort of his seats as a Canucks season ticket holder.
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Christopher Golden, Head, Social and Community Relations
Vancouver born and raised, Chris (@lyteforce) has been a diehard Canucks fan since before time. Harold Snepsts was the first player he truly idolized while, in current times, he’s a fan of anyone not named Shane O’Brien. His sense of humour tends to be a touch off-beat, and should there ever be a sarcasm font created, he’d likely have to use it most of the time.
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Clay Imoo, Co-Lead, CHB TV
Born and raised in Vancouver, Clay (@canuckclay) has been a loyal Canucks fan since his childhood. He often expresses his love for the team through musical compositions and a video blog called Clay’s Canucks Commentary. Clay is married to his high school sweetheart Gail and together they have 3 children: Sean, Jacob and Kayla. As a husband, father, director, speaker and writer Clay has many serious responsibilities but he doesn’t take himself too seriously.
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Matt Lee, Co-Lead, CHB TV
Matt (@mattlee61) has been a Canucks follower and a prototypical Canadian for years; it started on the streets by playing road hockey before and after Vancouver Canucks games and it’s brought him here. After graduating from SFU with a BA in Communications and a minor in History while serving as the student newspaper’s sports editor for two years, Matt is now a student at BCIT’s Broadcast Journalism program in hopes of becoming a sports broadcaster.
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Richard Loat
Richard (@mozy19) is a big fan of three things: hockey, Canucks hockey and hockey road trips. His passion led him to blog and tweet frequently about the game and team he loves. And these in turn have led to opportunities working with the Vancouver Canucks organization on setting up their social media page, the Canucks Fan Zone, founding Five Hole For Food, a cross-Canada road hockey tour that raises donations and awareness to local food banks across the country.
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Tom Wakefield
Tom (@tomwakefield88) is a hockey bigamist. His first jersey was an Edmonton Oilers one. His favourite childhood memories are with his dad watching the Toronto Maple Leafs. He once owned a signed poster of the three Stastny brothers, and thought he’d pay for university with Peter Forsberg rookie cards. There’s photo evidence of him sporting a New Jersey Devils hat and T-shirt, evidence he now regrets. After university, he blogged about the Montreal Canadiens 2001-02 season.
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Elizabeth Moffat
Born and raised in Maple Ridge with a Canucks-crazed dad and little brother, Elizabeth (@lizzmoffat) had little choice in her favourite hockey team, although she has an odd soft spot for the Carolina Hurricanes. After having so much fun following games on Twitter, she started collecting your best in-game tweets to enjoy with a healthy dose of pop-culture references. Elizabeth plans on graduating this spring with a BA in Communications from Simon Fraser University, where she also works with promoting the SFU Hockey team.
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Caylie King
Caylie (@cayking) was born in South Africa and moved to Vancouver in 1998. She credits her love for hockey to her best friend, who got her watching the Canucks and who was the opposition in many battles on the driveway playing road hockey. Caylie graduated with a BA in Psychology from Simon Fraser University in 2012.
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Victoria Pattison-Denault
Victoria (@concretefluff) was born and raised a Habs fan in Montreal. Although the Canucks took over the no. 1 spot in her heart 10 years ago, she can find something good in any NHL team, except the Bruins. Her favourite players are snarky French-Canadians and anyone with the last name Staal.
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Ed Lau
Ed’s (@edlau) Canucks hockey fanaticism started at the Pacific Coliseum watching legends like Greg Adams, Pavel Bure, Gino Odjick, Dave Babych (and his awesome ‘stache), and some guy named Trevor. When not yelling at the TV and live-tweeting Canucks games, Ed travels, pokes at wires in airplanes to make sure they don’t crash and takes pictures of his lunch on his food blog.
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Katie Maximick
Katie (@kmaximick) is an Island girl born and raised, and has been published many times since she was 16. She has a Masters in Russian History and a degree in journalism. She also currently writes for the Alaska Highway News.
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