Canucks Draft Picks

So, How DID We Do At The 2014 Draft ?


As the Vancouver hockey fan looked excitedly forward to what Jim Benning, and his scouting acumen would do on Draft day ( s ). We got such an interesting assortment of young talent to admire,...

Getting To Know Thatcher Demko


Thatcher Demko was the youngest player in all of college hockey last season, but showed possibly the most promise.

Canucks Acquire Linden Vey


GM Jim Benning keeps busy by picking up a prospect from the Cup champs.

Info On Canucks' 6th Overall Pick Jake Virtanen


Lots of praise for the New Westminister kid!

2014 NHL Entry Draft Open Thread


Are you not entertained? GM Jim Benning & Trevor Linden have made some deals today and are putting their stamp on the team. Now though, it's time to see who will be part of the Canucks future as we...


Revisiting the Mocks

This is one of the final weekends for the class of 2014 to showcase their talents.

Hate To Change, Change The Hate


These are confusing times for Canuck fans. I'm supposed to hate these guys, not admire them.... "2011! Marchand!! Lucic!!! ARRGGLLEEBARRRGGLLEE...." So confusing...

Debunking The "Vigneault Doesn't Play The Kids" Myth


The Canucks don’t really have the strongest draft history while he was present. Those are the guys that actually played significant time in the NHL. The other two guys that played a while in the NHL were gone early. R.J. Umberger (2001 draft) was traded in 2004, and Michael Grabner (2006 draft) was waived in 2010. Ed note: Follow the link for more on the matter from Blue Seat Blogs.


2014 NHL Draft Prospects Part 2: 11-20

Keep in mind that this is not a mock draft, but merely a brief introduction to the players who are considered to be potential first round picks as determined by the ISS.


2014 NHL Draft Prospects: 1-10

The 2014 entry draft has been considered average by many experts. That said, there are many prospects in this draft that could end up being considered ‘steals’. Obviously we are familiar with ‘the...


Canucks Select Bo Horvat 9th Overall


A big center from the London Knights whose stock soared after a solid 2012-13 regular season and a stellar playoffs.

A Look At The Final 3 Canucks Picks


Defencemen Anton Cederholm, Mike Williamson and Miles Liberati were chosen 145th, 175th and 205th respectively by the Canucks in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft on Sunday.

Get To Know Canucks' 115th Pick: Jordan Subban


We know how good P.K. Subban is. How good is his younger brother?

Get To Know Canucks' 85th Pick: Cole Cassels


I'm still stunned over the Schneider trade. But hey! Let's take a look at another guy Mike Gillis and the Canucks drafted today!

Get To Know Canucks' 24th Pick: Hunter Shinkaruk


Oh right! Aside from trading away their starting goaltender, the Canucks were also drafting today!

2013 Mock Draft: Vancouver takes Adam Erne


The Canucks should roll the dice on the projected power forward from the QMJHL.

2012 NHL Draft : Canucks Get Bigger


Its always fun during the draft. We all try and project, burn up Google looking for info on the guys that our team picks, and tell our friends that cheer for the Oilers, Flames etc how much their...

Brendan Gaunce Interview


Courtesy of SBN's Steve Lepore, he's an interview last night with Brendan Gaunce after his selection.

Canuck 1st Round Pick is Brendan Gaunce


I'm sure we'll get all sorts of info soon, but here are a couple links on your newest Canuck. The kid is already 6'2" and 215 pounds, is a good Canadian kid from Markam, and he'll eventually be...

SBN Mock Draft: Canucks Take Colton Sissons


In full disclosure: we're pretty bad at this game. Nevertheless, like any good gambler, we don't know when to quit. So who best helps Vancouver in the long run right now?

2011 Entry Draft Recap


Vancouver did a decent job considering their poor positioning amongst the 30 teams.

Human Gambling: The 2011 Entry Draft


The road to the next Stanley Cup Champion begins with the NHL Entry Draft this weekend.

SBN Mock Draft: Joe Morrow


If you're interested in the simple, Morrow's father Dave Morrow was selected by Vancouver 56th overall in the 1977 draft. Huzzah.

So, Who Exactly Did We Draft?


A quick recap of who the Canucks selected as their 2010 draft picks.

The Fun Continues: NHL Draft Open Thread, Part II


Moving on to day #2. Gillis doesn't have a pick until the fourth round but that isn't stopping him from trying to move up.

Crap Shoot City: 2010 NHL Entry Draft Open Thread


Though Gillis doesn't think it's a great year for blueliners, our pulse check yesterday overwhelmingly indicates we'd like to see one scooped up at #25.

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