from Tony Gallagher of the Vancouver Province,
Trevor Linden and his crew made a lot of interesting moves in the off-season in hopes of helping the Vancouver Canucks’ fortunes, but one of the best — which may have slipped under the radar — was bringing in physiotherapist Rick Celebrini as a consultant.
Celebrini is tremendously well known already in this city for his...
Vancouver Canucks’ President Trevor Linden may have been used to two-a-days in his hockey playing years, but right now he talking about young stars at camps.Linden talks with Joey Kenward about the Young Stars tournament currently in progress below.
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from Jim Jamieson of the Vancouver Province,
Linden will take part in the Haute Route Alps, a seven-day, fully supported climbing-fest in the French Alps that will see 500 amateur cyclists take on more than 900 kilometres of mountain terrain and climbing a combined 21,000 metres over 19 iconic ascents, such as Glandon, Alpe d’Huez and Mont Ventoux. It started in Geneva, Switzerland...
Trevor Linden, the President of Hockey Operations for the Vancouver Canucks, isn’t the biggest supporter of fighting in the NHL. Based on his comments seen in an interview with The Province, it actually sounds like he’s in favor of moving the league away from fighting.
Here are Linden’s comments after he was questioned about his views on the role of fighting:
from Ed Willis of the Vancouver Province,
ED WILLES: It’s been an interesting four months. Have you had a chance to reflect on everything that’s happened?
TREVOR LINDEN: You know, I hear a lot of people saying, ‘You’ve accomplished a lot and you’ve changed things.’ I guess I’m happy with some of the things we’ve been able to do. But I know the rubber meets...
from David Ebner of the Globe and Mail,
When Trevor Linden was hired as the new boss of the Vancouver Canucks, a returned hero whose chief job was a swift rehabilitation of the hockey team, he faced a three-month sprint through an obstacle course crowded with moving objects.
The holes to fill were numerous – coach, general manager, and throughout the roster – and the...
Vancouver Canucks President, Trevor Linden, sits down to to give CanucksTV an update on what exactly the team will be looking for when sitting down to find the next hockey players to wear the Canucks uniform at the NHL Draft.
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It's not a secret that new Team President Trevor Linden is looking for a GM and one of the leading candidates is Jim Benning, Assistant GM of the Boston Bruins. It's also not a secret around the rumour mill that Barry Trotz, ex-Head Coach of the Nashville Predators is one of the leading candidates for the position in Vancouver. However is it truly possible Linden can nab...
Just one day after firing team president and general manager Mike Gillis, the Vancouver Canucks have named former player Trevor Linden as their president of hockey operations and alternate governor. Linden played for the Canucks for 16 seasons, including seven as team captain.
“Today is a real honor,” Linden said in a press release. “I came to Vancouver 26 years ago, and...
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IT'S A MAJOR AWARD!
Vancouver Canucks sports blogger Carolyn Smith reports on the fantastic news today that former Captain Canuck Trevor Linden received the Order of Canada today for Dedication to the community. Linden is one of the most respected players in Canucks franchise history. Congrats Trev!