The Vancouver Canucks finished their 2016-17 NHL season with a whimper dropping Game 82 to the Stanley Cup Playoff bound Edmonton Oilers 5-2.
Willie Desjardins is not solely to blame for the woes of the Vancouver Canucks, but he hasn't done much to help himself.
Vancouver Canucks General Manager Jim Benning signed Griffen Molino a Free Agent out of Western Michigan University. This move makes little sense.
Brock Boeser made his much anticipated debut for the Vancouver Canucks and did not further disappoint an already frustrated fanbase vs the Minnesota Wild.
The Vancouver Canucks beat the Chicago Blackhawks 5-4 in OT in typical Canucks fashion, but they captured the all important 67 points, two more than predicted.
An outbreak of the Mumps could be what saves the Front Office from making awful deadline decisions.
While every season brings interesting trade bait, and rumors, this year seems to be dominated by some good, young names.
A few old names on new teams have made some significant impacts so far this season.
I take a look at the NHL standings at the not-so-halfway part of the season.
There's a balance between homerism and just blatantly looking at things from a high level point-of-view.