The games may not matter as much, but the discussion does! Now that Alex Edler is Canucks’ all-time leader in points by a defenceman, is he the best defenceman of all time? Plus, Cam Robinson from dobberHockey drops by to give his thoughts on the current Canucks prospects and the top end players available for he 2018 NHL Draft.
The trade deadline has come and gone, and Trader Jim has moved Thomas Vanek and Phillip Holm for Tyler Motte, Jussi Jokinen and Brendan Leipsic. The gang discusses the trade deadline that was… or wasn’t.
Jim Benning signed on for three more years, there’s talk about signing Erik Gudbranson to a contract extension… One week before the NHL trade deadline, Chris, Matt and Anna discuss the darkest timeline.
With the prospect of playoffs slipping away, does the focus now turn towards playing the kids, and giving other unknowns a shot? Matt, Anna and Adam discuss Jacob Markstrom’s “controversial” post-game comments and also weigh in on the 2018 NHL Draft eligibles!
The Canucks got zapped by the Lightning over the weekend, but fans got a look at how far the club must go to get back to being a contender. Matt, Anna and Adam discuss the Tampa contest, the trade deadline, and which prospect could make a jump as early as this year to the big club.
Accuracy champion, All-Star Game MVP, a new car… life is good when you’re Brock Boeser. Chris, Matt and Anna discuss the Brockstar and re-ignite the debate about the future leadership of the Canucks.
With a month to go before the trade deadline and toiling at the bottom of the Western Conference, the Canucks are entering trading SZN! Time to discuss who stays, who goes, and what they should set their sights on for a return.
The Canucks struck together a pair of road wins heading into their bye week – is it a good omen or a blip on the radar of what’s been a grueling start to 2018? As the club gets key personnel back from injuries, what’s at stake for the remainder of the regular season?
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?
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?