Are you still not over the 1982 Stanley Cup Finals? Then this game is for you! A huge rematch between the team with a “mentally fragile” Jordan Eberle and the “award the Calder to” Mathew Barzal versus the “he might be starting but that could change” Anders Nilsson and “I don’t score but that’s okay” Brendan Gaunce. The Canucks are currently 2-1-1 on this Eastern road trip and going into Brooklyn against an Islanders team who has won 3 straight and 7 of their last 10. Surely, this is a Canucks win, no?
The NHL Draft eligible players coming out of the Western Hockey League for 2018 is rather scarce. There are four defensemen who could be called upon in the first 62 picks, but after that, it is anybody’s guess. However, the group of players who were passed on in the 2017 NHL Draft is a strong one and there is a good chance that a few of 19-year-olds will be picked in June. Let’s take a look at the Draft +1 players with the best chance of being taken this year.
The 2018 NHL Draft is nearly 7 months away but it is never too early to take a look at who may be the top players taken when the 31 teams converge in Dallas, Texas next June. Today, we take a look at the top players available from the Western Hockey League.
What have I learned through this long process of fixing the Vancouver Canucks? Well for one, this is going to take forever to complete. We are on the right track, and I could probably do this for 10 more parts and still not be in the playoffs.
In this final part, we go through the 2018 draft and the 2018 re-signing and free agency period and predict what the starting lineup may look like at the beginning of the 2018-2019 season.
Part Four! Today, we hit October and go over the opening night roster, what I would do during the trade deadline and what the roster would look like once the season is completed.
Read on to find out how this idiot will get one step closer to fixing the Vancouver Canucks.
There are a lot of sports fans who sit at home and watch their favourite team suck it up year after year and believe that if they were in charge, they could do a hell of a better job than
Jim Benning whoever is in charge. As somebody who is not at all qualified to become a General Manager of an NHL team (besides the hundreds of hours playing hockey video games), I’m going to work my way into fixing the Vancouver Canucks by making a series of decisions that will eventually lead to this team becoming a dynasty. Part One will include finding a new head coach, making decisions on the Expansion Draft and the NHL Entry Draft.