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Canucks Throughout History - Barry Wilkins

Barry Wilkins was originally a draft pick of the Boston Bruins in the mid 1960s, but due to their strong roster, he could never break through on their team. 295 more words


Grubauer Proves in Worlds He is Ready to be Number One

We love Philipp Grubauer. He has really proven himself this past season. Coach Trotz gave him plenty of opportunities to shine and shine he did. Lets look back at the his performance this season and at Worlds where he was beyond incredible.   535 more words

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Brent "Chewbacca" Burns

The San Jose Sharks acquired Brent Burns in a trade with the Minnesota Wild. He instantly became a fan favorite. Burns is eccentric on and off the ice. 230 more words

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Canucks Throughout History - Dale Tallon

The Vancouver Canucks began their time in the NHL on an unfortunate wheel spin. After losing the draft lottery first pick, the Canucks ended up choosing Dale Tallon as the 2nd overall pick and their first ever amateur draft pick in 1970. 200 more words


The Relative Value of Drafting Left-shooting vs. Right-shooting Defencemen in the Q

All else equal, defencemen in the QMJHL who shoot right are more valuable than those who shoot left. I looked at every defenceman who was drafted in the Q from 2004 to 2012, and there is a tangible difference between left-shooting and right-shooting defencemen. 362 more words


Panthers' new defensive core falters during 2016-17 season despite high hopes

It was a difficult year on all fronts for the Panthers, and the defense was no exception. Here’s a brief recap of the 2016-17 season for each of the Panthers’ six regular defensemen, four of which were new faces. 2,907 more words


Caps Skate: We Still Believe

Photos by Brittney Marcum

The Washington Capitals are back in DC for the win. This morning they came together as a team to warm up their legs and build on that comraderie that is the backbone of their success. 80 more words

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