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The Vancouver Canucks are set to retire Daniel and Henrik’s Sedin’s jerseys, Nos. 22 and 33, into the rafters at Rogers Arena tonight. With that in mind, let’s take a look at the greatest moments from their legendary careers. As I sat down to write this article, I came across a problem – how is […]The post Greatest Memories from Daniel and Henrik Sedins’ Careers appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Vancouver Canucks hope that Adam Gaudette will blossom into a dependable third-line center for them in the future, but right now he is not the most ideal fit on a two-way checking line. They need to find a dependable trio like Alex Burrows, Ryan Kesler, and Jannik Hansen were back in the day when […]The post Canucks Free Agent Targets: Third-Line Centers appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Vancouver Canucks may be saying goodbye to defenceman Chris Tanev when free agency opens its doors on Oct 9. The veteran of 10 seasons and 514 games is a valuable defenceman in the NHL, so it’s no wonder that there are a number of teams lining up to bust down his door in a […]The post Canucks Have Options To Replace Tanev appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Date: 09/28/2020 Player:Chris Stewart (F)From: Philadelphia FlyersTo: RetiredSource: Link
Date: 09/27/2020 Player:McKullen Astill (F)From: Simon Fraser Univ.To: Narvik HockeySource: Link
When the Toronto Maple Leafs signed Paul MacLean, I immediately thought of Taylor Swift. Why? Do they look alike? Sing at a similar pitch? No, but in my mind, these two are forever linked. Rewind to Dec. 8, 2014, a day Ottawa Senators fans remember well. Maclean was unceremoniously dismissed by the Senators. The Jack […]The post Maple Leafs New Coach Paul MacLean Continues to Shake it Off appeared first on The Hockey Writers.