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A Draft, Some Trades, and A Buyout Walk Into A Bar...

Hurricanes General Manager Ron Francis has been developing a reputation as a GM who doesn’t make his intentions well known to those outside the organization, instead “playing his cards close to his vest”. 1,708 more words

Puck Talk

Tough Calls on Employees........er....Goalies

A few years back the Harvard Business Review published an article which focussed on a dilemma faced by many managers in their working lives.

It’s best described this way…. 234 more words

Eddie Lack

Canucks re-sign goaltender Jacob Markstrom, forward Linden Vey

VANCOUVER – The Vancouver Canucks re-signed goaltender Jacob Markstrom and forward Linden Vey on Monday.

Markstrom appeared in three games with the Canucks last season and 32 games with the American Hockey League’s Utica Comets, where he posted a 1.88 goals-against average, and 0.934 save percentage. 112 more words


Former Canucks Goaltender Changes his Name

Eddie Lack, former Canucks goaltender, now traded into the eye of the Hurricanes in the hockey hot bed of North Carolina ( well, they have won one more Cup than our guys!) ………has apparently changed his name as a fresh start with his new team……in a new city. 42 more words

Eddie Lack excited about trade to Hurricanes: 'Carolina really wanted me'

Eddie Lack believes his best hockey is ahead of him, which is good news for the Carolina Hurricanes.

Carolina traded a third-round pick and a 2016 seventh-rounder to the Vancouver Canucks for Lack during second-day action at the NHL Draft on Saturday to replace Anton Khudobin, who was sent to the Anaheim Ducks for defenseman James Wisniewski. 317 more words


Trading Numbers - Canucks

There is an old joke where a new inmate in a prisoner- of- war camp is confused by his fellow inmates burst of laughter after one or another prisoner shouts out a seemingly random number. 182 more words

Canucks Draft Weekend Resembles Dumb and Dumber To

As many of you know, I was quite excited for this year’s NHL Entry Draft. The Canucks had a chance to draft WHL superstar Nick Merkley from the Kelowna Rockets and all would be right…in my eyes anyways. 1,055 more words