A Matter of Trust for Allvin and Fans

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How much do Vancouver Canucks fans trust Allvin and Rutherford entering their second offseason? The answer, unsurprisingly, depends on who you ask. A fan base that’s seen almost* everything has more than enough reason to be suspicious. Let’s look at how justified those suspicions are. Canucks Fans Want to Trust Allvin The biggest hazard to […] READ MORE


What Bo Horvat Owes Vancouver

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Bo Horvat recently made a comment during a post-game interview that – to put it mildly – got some attention in his former home. But what that attention is can be a little confusing – if you’re unfamiliar with Vancouver Canucks fans. From Controversial Beginning to Acrimonious End Horvat’s selection in the 2013 entry draft […] READ MORE


A Dread Late-Season Familiarity for Canucks Fans

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Vancouver Canucks fans have been treated to four consecutive wins by their hockey team. It’s the first time that’s happened all year. Unfortunately. Here We Go Again, Again The Vancouver Canucks face some criticism for the way they treated the 2023 trade deadline. Not that it was particularly bad, exactly, but more questions about the […] READ MORE


Vancouver Canucks Trade Deadline Month

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The Vancouver Canucks trade deadline “day” started just over a month ago with the huge Bo Horvat deal. It ended with its thematic opposite as they sent Wyatt Kalynuk to the New York Rangers for future considerations. Vancouver Canucks Combined Trade Record It is time to examine the Vancouver Canucks trade deadline. Just to get […] READ MORE



What a Detroit Red Wings Trade for Bo Horvat Would Have Been

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The Vancouver Canucks shipped center Bo Horvat to the New York Islanders for Aatu Raty, Anthony Beauvillier, and a conditional 2023 first-round pick. Many Detroit Red Wings fans were left disappointed with the missed opportunity. Rumours had been surfacing that Yzerman was in on Horvat, and the potential of having two top-line centers was exciting. […] READ MORE


Bo Horvat Trade the First Domino

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With the Bo Horvat trade to Long Island┬ácomplete, other moves are ready to go. From the Vancouver Canucks perspective, anyway. If they can get a couple trade partners lined up, then wholesale changes can come in rapid succession. Bo Horvat Swapped for Needed Pieces Vancouver is a team that needs everything. Moving Bo Horvat helped […] READ MORE



New York Islanders Playoff Chances

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The New York Islanders and general manager Lou Lamoriello made a splash on the trade market Monday. The Isles traded forward Anthony Beauvillier, a 2023 first-round pick, and Finnish prospect Aatu Raty in exchange for Bo Horvat. A Horvat trade has been inevitable as the former Canucks captain was due for a hefty pay raise […] READ MORE