2020 NHL Entry Draft
Canucks’ Overseas Prospects are gearing up for their 2021/22 Hockey Seasons
10 across-the-pond players to track this season.
What is next for your Canucks’ 2020/21 Overseas Prospects?
Where will they land for their 2021/22 hockey seasons?
Q&A with Canucks top prospect Joni Jurmo
The Canucks 2020 third-round draft pick was nice enough to answer some questions about the draft process and his game.
2020 Canucks Top 25 Under 25: #21 Linus Karlsson
The Eksjo, Sweden native was acquired by the Canucks in a trade for disgruntled prospect Jonathan Dahlen
Podkolzin leads his U20 Russian squad to victory and captures the Karjala Cup
They defeated the best available European pros from Finland, Sweden and the Czech Republic.
Vasily Podkolzin is healthy-scratched while Covid-19 wreaks havoc with overseas hockey schedules
Podkolzin takes a seat while Hoglander shines.
Canucks Select D Viktor Persson At #191
With their 5th and final selection of the day, the Canucks turn to Kamloops and another Swedish defender.
Canucks Select C Dmitry Zlodeyev At #175
They finally choose a Center in the 6th round, a Russian with some familiar sounding traits.
Canucks Select D Jacob Truscott At #144 Overall
Another rearguard as the Canucks turn to the USNTDP for their 5th Round pick.
Canucks Select Jackson Kunz At #113 Overall
The Canucks 4th Round selection sees them heading back to school to select LW Jackson Kunz.
Canucks Select Joni Jurmo 82nd Overall
With a big, smooth skating defender still on the board, the Canucks go to Finland for their first pick in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft
2020 NHL Entry Draft Day Two Open Thread
A recap of the First Round of the 2020 NHL Entry Draft from last night, and a look forward to what the Canucks will do.