In the time since I wrote the last edition of the Sunday Crease (nearly a month ago), the Canucks have become one of the biggest surprises in the National Hockey League. Not only is Vancouver currently in sole possession of … Continue reading The Sunday Crease: Rise of Virtanen, Boeser’s injury woes and a fun and crazy squad
Being a hockey writer/fan hybrid is really difficult sometimes. Every now and then, a moment or event comes along where, even though you need to be impartial and take all sides into consideration, your mind is blurred by the personal … Continue reading The Sunday Crease: Pettersson aftermath, Boeser and Horvat gaining momentum and a…podcast?
If you want to describe the Vancouver Canucks first two games of the 2018-19 season, you really only need two words. Elias. Pettersson. It was only fitting that Elias would be the one to score Vancouver’s first goal of the … Continue reading The Sunday Crease: Pettersson’s magical debut, Gagner and the Season of Youth
“Hey Lach, where was the Sunday Crease last week? I wanted immediate analysis on preseason hockey, something we all care very deeply about!” Yes, the Sunday … Continue reading The Sunday Crease: Recapping (almost) every Canuck’s preseason
Let’s be honest with ourselves; even though the Canucks opened training camp in Whistler on Thursday, the hockey talk in Vancouver has been focused elsewhere. It’s not very often that two faces of their respective franchises are shipped off in … Continue reading The Sunday Crease: Roussel’s injury, training camp and how a tougher Pacific Division means a brighter Canucks future
Last year, I decided to try my hand at writing a weekly column, with the hopes that I could use it to cover more Canucks topics every week as well as learn a little time management along the way. Aside … Continue reading The Sunday Crease: Pettersson hype, Young Stars shine and State of the Blog
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s that time of year again! The beginning of the hockey season is right around the corner, and as the Canucks start gearing … Continue reading Canucks’ wealth of forwards means tough decisions for management
As a person who lives with the daily struggles of ADHD, there might not be a more valuable player in my writing career than coffee. While regular people tend to get jittery after a cup of joe, my already-hyper brain … Continue reading All for a Cup of Ko-fi
I didn’t expect to be bringing this style of article back during the summer, but there’s been a lot of news to go over. When I heard that Trevor Linden was leaving his role as President of Hockey Ops, I … Continue reading July News Roundup: Trevor Lin-done, Virtanen and other re-signings
The Canucks made a number of signings on the first day of NHL free agency, and if you’re anything like me, it left you with a bad taste in your mouth. That, and some salty language. But let’s see if … Continue reading Canucks bet big on grit in Free Agency, but at what cost?