I’m a little late with this post but I liked the idea!
Create a short story, piece of memoir, or epic poem that is 26 sentences long, in which the first sentence begins with “A” and each sentence thereafter begins with the next letter of the alphabet. [not that this post is in any way epic or necessarily poetic but rather facts.]
Alex Burrows began his NHL career playing his way up through the minors, undrafted before he solidified his spot on the top line with the Sedin twins.
Bure known to many as the “Russian Rocket” for his knack for speed and to score many timely goals will have his jersey #10 retired this upcoming season.
Chris Higgins after signing a 4-year extension will be looking to stay healthy through 82 games this season.
Daniel Sedin matched his brother YET again when his scored his 756th career point also in his 905th career game.
Edler will be forced to sit out the first two games of the 2014 Sochi Winter Games following his suspension from the 2013 World Cup before being eligible to play.
Forever Canucks: Luc Bourdon, Pavol Demitra, and Rick Rypien left this world too soon but they will never be forgotten.
Game 7 between the Canucks and the Chicago Blackhawks in 2011 was everything fans of the rivalry could hope for going all the way to OT ending only when BURROWS scored and the entire city cheered as the team finally eliminated the hawks.
Harold Snepsts a heart and soul player, he and his moustache were quick to becoming fan favourites during his playing time with the Canucks.
Ice will be taking over outdoors in the NHL this season as there will SIX outdoor [stadium] games kicking off with the Winter Classic in January.
Juice [aka Kevin Bieksa!] scored one of the biggest goals in recent franchise history with his double OT goal May 24, 2011 that sent the team to the 2011 Stanley Cup Final.
Kurtenbach served as the first official team captain when the Canucks joined the NHL in 1970 and was there in October 2010 to present Henrik Sedin as the current team captain.
Linden though he may be retired was and still is an incredible mentor to past and current Canuck players.
MacLean forever will be remembered by Canuck fans for making “the save” during the first overtime period of game 7 vs. Calgary in 1994.
Naslund, Morrison, and Bertuzzi formed what fans called the “West Coast Express” scoring many very exciting goals as the team’s top offensive line.
Olympic glory was more than just a possibility when Vancouver acted as host in 2010 with 7 Canucks participating and 3 returned from their quest with medals [Luongo -GOLD, Kesler-SILVER, and Salo-BRONZE].
President’s men in consecutive years [2011, 2012].
Quinn helped lead this team transitioning from former player to coach from 1991-1994 during which he earned a Jack Adams award  and coached the team on their 1994 run to game 7 of the Stanley Cup final.
Ryan Kesler’s Selke play in 2011 reached a level dubbed as #beastmode and fans hope that he will find that level when the calendar flips to October 3rd.
Sedin and Sedin have an insane amount of on ice chemistry constantly creating plays with the puck when it looks impossible and often more very difficult to stop when on their game.
Torts having officially switched places with Vigneault will be looking to leave his mark on the team in a positive way that will hopefully lead to an extended playoff run.
Utica has been named as the new home for the Vancouver Canucks AHL affiliate which will be named the Comets.
Vintage will become more than the past when the Canucks host the Ottawa Senators in the 2014 Tim Horton’s Heritage Classic at BC Place Stadium March 2, 2014.
Wilkins will forever be remembered by Canucks fans for scoring the FIRST goal in franchise history!
X-factors throughout the line up are must for any team hoping for an extensive playoff run.
You, fans in the stands will all be chanting #LUUUUUUUUUUU when #1 returns to the net this season!
Zack Kassian will hopefully find his scoring groove in the upcoming 2013-2014 season.
There you have it…it may not be epic or poetic BUT it is all Canucks A-Z! Enjoy!
As always, until next time, nuck said.