Found August 21, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
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Report: Canucks, Sedins to start contract talks ‘in earnest’

The next week should prove interesting for Vancouver and the Sedin twins. According to a Sportsnet report JP Barry — the agent representing Daniel and Henrik Sedin — will head to Vancouver to begin contract talks ‘in earnest’ with Vancouver GM Mike Gillis. That said the Canucks captain stressed there’s no timeline for a decision to be made. “I’m sure we’re going...

Vancouver Canucks secure Tanev and Alberts today

Tanev a must-sign It isn’t ideal for a Vancouver Canucks team with Cup aspirations to be at an impasse with a important part heading into the year- ideally all of your core is healthy, in a good frame of mind and together for the start of camp.  The Vancouver Canucks took another step in having everything in place for camp by agreeing to a one year pact with RFA defenseman...

Why keeping David Booth might actually work out for Van City

The Last Great Deal The 2011 acquisition of David Booth by Mike Gillis and the Vancouver Canucks was seen as nothing short of a coup at the time, but in the two years since I have become increasingly undecided on who for. I mean, this seemed so cut and dry at the time. In exchange for a promising power-forward type thing, all Gillis had to give up were two expiring contracts in...

Sedins Lead In Team Adjusted Corsi

In my summer sabermetrics and hockey series I have recently posted the top 20 players by team adjusted Corsi ratings.  This is an improvement over the top players by raw Corsi ratings, but it still needs some work to be a viable rating for individual players since it does not take into account the circumstances in which the individual player plays.  Some players play in offensive...

Five UFA’s the Canucks could squeeze in for 2013

Potential players to fill Canucks holes With just over a month to go until the start of the pre-season schedule, the Canucks still have some holes here and there in the lineup. Thankfully, there’s no doubt it’s a buyers’ market out there for free agency. There’s still quite a bit of talent out there for the taking in the UFA market and the Canucks do have some space to play...

Chris Tanev, Canucks agree to one-year contract

The Vancouver Canucks annonuced Thursday that they have agreed to a one-year contract extension with RFA defenceman Chris Tanev. The deal will pay Tanev $1.5 million. The short-term contract exposes the Canucks to some risk as Tanev could be due for a substantial raise with a good year but it makes some sense. During the negotiations they seemed unsure at times of quite what they...

Torts on ‘Lou’ and Larry (and other stuff)

Via Slam Sports, the Vancouver Sun's Brad Ziemer spoke with Vancouver Canucks coach John Tortorella about a number of topics recently, and while Torotorella spoke favorably of his goaltender... Q: There has obviously been lots of talk here about Roberto Luongo and his state of mind. How much have you talked to him this summer and what can you tell us about those conversations...

Tortorella says Roberto Luongo working hard, just wants to play

For more than a year the situation around Roberto Luongo in Vancouver has been unsettled to say the least. From wanting to be traded to being nearly impossible to trade and then Cory Schneider being traded instead Luongo's state of mind about the whole thing has been in question. Reports suggested after the trade that he still wasn't happy and Canucks representatives flew...

MLS’ Vancouver Whitecaps Take Shot at Canucks on Twitter for Seemingly No Reason

If there’s any group of sports fans that have a worse inferiority complex than NHL fans, it’s obviously MLS fans. It makes sense that both groups of fans — both of which are extremely devoted — feel a little bit jaded. When it comes to popularity of major sports in America, these two are on the outside looking in. What happens, though, when you pit soccer fans against hockey...

All John Tortorella

from Brad Ziemer of the Vancouver Sun, With his wife Christine and their four dogs, new Canucks coach John Tortorella is on his way to Vancouver. Sun hockey writer Brad Ziemer caught up with him Wednesday somewhere deep in the woods in Wisconsin. Their telephone conversation follows, with Tortorella’s comments on his latest discussion with Roberto Luongo, his disappointment...

Rob Predicts Team Canada Olympic Hockey Team Roster

photo credit: Vancouver Sun With only 5 days remaining before 47 of Canada’s best hockey players convene in Calgary, I figured now would be a good time to give my thoughts to how Team Canada will look at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. This “camp” will not resemble a training camp by any means, but will rather be more of an info/strategy session. In fact, they...
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