[Every Monday, Katie Maximick takes your questions and answers them in her own cantankerous style. If you have any questions about the Canucks, send it to her via Twitter (@canucksgirl44)] A day late but still entertaining, Katie responds to your questions on Bobby Lou’s first shutout of the season, Kirk McLean’s induction to the Canucks’ Ring of Honour, volunteering at Canuck Place, and Canucks movies, costumes, and goal songs. Stephanie (@axeguitar) asks: What do you think of the Canucks’ current goal song? If it were to change, what would you pick? And what movies would represent each Canuck player? Sedins,...Click here to read more.
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The Vancouver Canucks announced today that Kirk McLean will be the second inductee to the team’s Ring of Honour. McLean’s induction will take place on Wednesday, November 24th during a pre-game ceremony at Rogers Arena prior to Vancouver’s game versus Colorado. The former Canucks goaltender becomes the second Ring of Honour inductee after original franchise captain, Orland Kurtenbach was unveiled as the inaugural inductee. Kirk McLean played over 10 seasons in a Vancouver Canucks uniform from 1987-88 to 1997-98 setting regular season and playoff franchise records for games played, wins and shutouts. The Canucks career numbers speak for themselves. Revered...Click here to read more.