Vancouver Canucks: Thank-you.

This post is for the Vancouver Canucks,

Seasons come and seasons go, and no matter the outcome, I’m always little sad to see it come to an end. This post is to say thank-you.Thank-you, for the season that was and all that is to come in the future.

Was the season perfect? No, but that doesn’t mean it was a wasted season. There will be some who say that this entire season was a write off or that it was pointless from the time that Brock Boeser’s injury took him out of the lineup or that you didn’t tank properly by winning games down the final stretch. Some will say that there were no strides made or that the lineup was a disaster.

Yes, it’s true that this season had some really hard moments from an endless list of long-term injuries to seeing Derek Dorsett forced to make the decision to leave the game early. Despite all those hard things or the negatives, there were still some pretty incredible moments that leave hope and excitement for the future. This season wasn’t perfect but it definitely wasn’t a write off or pointless.

Prospect development has been exciting to see grow in depth the past few seasons. This year you boasted one of your strongest prospect pools with players such as: Adam Gaudette, Kole Lind, Olli Juolevi, Elias Pettersson, Jonathan Dahlen, Petrus Palmu, Thatcher Demko, Michael Dipietro etc; all who have had success in their perspective leagues.

As you know, fans have long been begging for youth to be infused into the lineup and this year we saw quite a bit of youth in the lineup over the course of the season.

Brock Boeser a player that came with a lot of expectations on himself and from the fans. Is it possible that he could live up to the hype? In just his first full season, he made it clear very early that he’d exceed any and all expectations. Every game he was a part of, he drove to the net and boasted a wrist shot that rivals Pavel Bure or  Markus Naslund, leaving many goalies to ask: “HOW?”. It never seemed to matter who he played with, he always found a way to get the goals. Had he not been injured, he probably would’ve set an all-new Canucks rookie scoring record.

After his first 20-goal season, everyone wondered if Bo Horvat could repeat the feat? He answered that with a resounding YES, DESPITE missing extended time due to a foot injury, he put up a second 20-goal season! Every time he was on the ice, he was determined and worked on the smaller details of his game as well. You can see his determination every single shift. How fun was that line of him, Boeser and Baertschi early in the year before the injuries hit?

Jake Virtanen took strides this year to find that extra gear that everyone hoped he had. The last two months of the season in particular, he brought consistency to his game in all areas. That hard work he put in while being coached in Utica last season, has brought a new level to his game.

Thatcher Demko. Call him up, they said. Let him play, they said. CALL HIM UP. And then it happened, you called him up and not just to sit on the bench but to make his NHL debut in front of the home crowd. DEMKO TIME had arrived and what a game it was full of highway robbery saves finished with a thriller overtime win.

Darren Archibald came into to the season looking for his second chance in the NHL. With a strong training camp, and a continued strong playing style with Utica, he earned his spot late in the season. It was so great to see his hard work these last few years pay off with him getting back into the NHL. Proving that working hard and never giving up on your dream is always worth it.

Derek Dorsett came into this season after a long recovery from his injury last season and was swinging on all cylinders on pace for a career year. It was all kinds of magic to see him have such success after such a tough year last season. To see how hard he had worked to get here and then to see him have to make one of the toughest calls was heart-wrenching. It was absolutely the right call to make but still heartbreaking to see the decision be earlier than he had planned. Heck of a career that left a lot of people inspired.

And then it happened, the announcement that everyone had been both anticipating and hoping wouldn’t actually happen. Henrik and Daniel Sedin, have for the last 18 years defined what it meant to be a Canuck both on and off of the ice. This season we witnessed history as a second player notched his 1000th career point with the franchise. How often is it that one let alone TWO players each put up 1000 points with ONE franchise? It’s a rare feat and absolutely incredible to have happened twice over the last two seasons. That final home game from the Sedins was a perfect send off to end their tenure with the team. It was an absolutely incredible opportunity for the fans to have the chance to express our thanks to Henrik and Daniel.

It’s the end of an incredible era but also the beginning of a new one full of promise and hope. It was a year full of ups and downs and everything in between. Thank-you for another memorable season in the books. Here’s to the future!

We Are All Canucks.

As always, until next time, nuck said.

Sarah E.L.


Vancouver Canucks: Guest Post.

Happy off-season all, I have a treat to share with you! Today, I present to YOU, a special guest post from my great friend and fellow Vancouver Canucks fan: BRIEANN KNORR. (If you’re not already, make sure to follow her on twitter @BrieannKnorr).

Without further ado, here is her article:

My Highlights of the 2017-18 season.

The first highlight of the season for me started before the season actually began! I attended the 2017 Young Stars Tournament in Penticton. I have been going for a few years now and it always signifies the start of the season. It’s always such a treat to see some of the best prospects from the Western Canadian teams play. I also met a few of the Canucks prospects like Kole Lind and Olli Juolevi. The game was really fun and it really shows what depth the Canucks will have in a few years.

But, the true highlight for me was after the game. We were walking up the stairs to leave the arena, and in front of me was this elderly gentleman who was needing some help getting up the stairs. I then saw this guy in a suit help this gentleman up and I thought, “wow that’s really nice!”, so I tried to tell this guy that I was impressed and thankful for his act of kindness, but no words came out. We ended up staring at each other for a few seconds. The guy looked familiar and I couldn’t place where I recognized him from, when we left the building, my sister asked me, “wasn’t that Brock Boeser?!”.

Speaking of, what an insane season for Boeser! I didn’t see this type of season coming. Yes, it was cut short due to injury but I got excited for the future. For me, he came out of nowhere, I had seen him play last season and thought he was an amazing kid but he blew me away. The way he can shoot the puck and create scoring opportunities out of nothing is insane, its like the goalie isn’t even there. I also wasn’t expecting him to appear in an NHL All-Star game this year, but it was a fun time and I think the Canucks are finally getting the recognition they deserve. I can’t wait to see what happens next season with this kid.

My next highlight is one that has yet to sink in. The retirement of Henrik and Daniel Sedin. I have never seen a Canucks team without them. I started liking hockey when I was 8 in 2003, and since then I have always liked the Sedins. I am not ready for them to retire, but we must let them. What the Sedins have done for this team is beyond amazing. They have rewritten the history book both on the Canucks and in the NHL. The first brothers to each hit the 1000 points mark, winners of back to back Art Ross Trophies, and leading the Canucks to a Stanley Cup Final. The Sedins will also be remembered by their work off of the ice in the city of Vancouver. I have never seen two people who are so giving of their time and resources. I have been reading a lot of stories about people’s experiences with the Sedins and they are nothing short of classy. They have always been quiet superstars, the ones that don’t want the spotlight or the attention. This is what made me like them. They taught me you can be good at something but not have an ego, that caring for others over yourself brings joy and not the other way around. I am sure going to miss them but all I say to them is thank-you.

The last highlight of the season was the youth movement on this team. From Boeser, Archibald, Gaudette and Demko, the future is bright for this team. The Canucks have a lot of very good prospects coming up and I think this team is going to be very good. We just have to keep waiting and have some patience. This process will take a while, but I know the outcome will be worth it: a Stanley Cup.

Thanks for reading,



Vancouver Canucks: ONE LAST TIME.

Here we go…the end of an era has officially arrived. Are you ready, Canucks fans?

To be honest, I don’t think I ever quite prepared myself for this day to actually arrive. The Sedin era is officially coming to a close and while my heart is breaking more and more as that reality sets in, it’s also full of pride knowing what they have given to the game of hockey.

This week has one full of emotions all over the map. Elation from finally getting to meet two people who have defined what it meant to be a Canuck in every possible way. Shock in learning the news that they were leaving the game when the season comes to an end. A beyond grateful heart for the 18+ years that they’ve given everything they had to this city and this team.  Nostalgia for the ever countless moments of Sedinery that captured us all and changed the way many players played the game. Content in knowing that this decision was made on their own terms and not because an injury made the decision, the future will be theirs to decide.

In Vancouver, it’s the end of an incredible era that will long live on for the fans that watched the entirety of their careers and every player that they played with over those 18 years.

The announcement though not entirely unexpected still took Canucks nation by storm. The city at times has been critical of their two Swedish superstars but with just TWO last home games to witness Sedinery, the city stormed to make sure that the Sedins were given a proper send off.

The final game for the Sedins at Rogers Arena was perfection. Let me take a minute to describe to you the atmosphere which was all kinds of magic. My sister and I have partial season tickets, so we had our tickets to the final game long in advance before the retirement news broke. Our seats are in the upper bowl but with a great view of the ice and that was where we expected to witness this one last game of Sedinery instead we found out that we won the in arena seat upgrade to seats behind the glass! And can I just say, WHAT A VIEW for the end of what has been an epic chapter in Canucks history?! I will long remember every single sight and sound from that night.

Walking into the arena on Thursday, you could feel a different energy, one that was no longer battling tanking or not tanking but rather one that was completely centered on celebrating that Sedins and everything they have meant to this city. For 18+ years they have defined the heart of the team.

It was absolutely electric, almost a playoff like atmosphere and noise level in the arena from the warm ups all throughout the game. From the moment the puck dropped, every shift Henrik and Daniel were on the ice the cheers roared and the crowd was on their feet. (Myself, I’m fairly certain I was standing for pretty much the whole game.). I lost count of how many ovations we gave but it was quite a sight to take in with 18,000+ fans.

For one night, we came together, dropped our different views and simply said thank-you to two players who as great of hockey players they were, were even greater people. Every shift they were on the ice, the alternating cheers: “HENRIK! DANIEL! HALL OF FAME! GO SEDINS GO! ONE MORE YEAR!” reached a new decibel. It really was all kinds of magic to be a part of and to witness.

As has been the case many a time this season, the team fell behind by 2 goals heading into the 3rd period. On this night though, that didn’t seem to matter even a little. From the viking clap that led off the start of the final period you could feel something magic was still to come. You could feel the team wanting to complete the comeback and what a comeback it was. And those Sedin shifts in the third period? Oh yes the cheers got even louder hoping to see some Sedinery magic the Rogers Arena ice ONE LAST TIME.

Cue overtime for this fairy tale night. If you thought it was LOUD during the game, then the noise in the OT reached a whole new level. The crowd was on their feet anticipating. hoping for that magic to strike once more…and what a treat we all got to witness:

Rogers Arena was alive as the Sedins twin-tuition struck ONE LAST TIME. And it was all kinds of magic and picture perfect way for them to bid farewell to the rink they’ve called home since they made their NHL debut in 2000.

Full credit to the Canucks for this final mic’d up feature with both Henrik and Daniel that gives a small taste of how epic this night truly was:

As a Canucks fan, I feel beyond incredibly lucky have been able to witness countless memories of Sedin magic and their retirement probably won’t fully hit me until next season when they aren’t in the lineup for the season opener. It’s not often that fans have one, let alone two players play side by side for nearly two decades accumulating franchise records. They leave behind a legacy that will be hard to duplicate but be an incredible example of what it means to be professional both on and off of the ice.

Shortly after they announced their decision to retire, there was a resounding of praise and awe from coaches, teammates, fans, former teammates, and yes even opponents. Along with those comments of thanks came those critics claiming the twins never accomplished anything in the game since they had no Cup to their name. Yes, it’s true that they never won a cup BUT that one fact does not erase the accomplishments they DO have in the game: world junior medals, world championship, Olympic medals, Art Ross trophies, Hart & Linsday trophies. Maybe some will still say they aren’t true winners but Canucks fans know beyond a shadow of a doubt that the Sedins forever changed the game of hockey, and the game will never be the same without them.

Henrik and Daniel: Thank-you hardly seems enough, but it’s what we have to offer. Thank-you a million times for EVERYTHING. You defined the heart of the Canucks for 18 years and leave behind a legacy that many will try to emulate.

Next up? Jersey retirement AND HALL OF FAME!

As always, until next time, nuck said.

Sarah E.L.

Vancouver Canucks: Thank-You, Sedins.

The day has finally come, a word I never thought I’d hear either Henrik or Daniel say out loud. Or perhaps, it’s one that I hoped would never be said. At the conclusion of the 2017-2018 regular season, the Sedins will be officially retiring from the NHL.

There are NO words that I can put together that will possibly ever come close to enough to express my thanks, but here we go:

Henrik & Daniel,

Now that it’s officially, official; how do we as a city, as a fan base begin to thank-you for everything you’ve done? Is it even possible for us? For the last 18 seasons, the two of you have defined this team and mesmerized the NHL with your twin-tuition on the ice.

Thank-you, thank-you, thank-you for 18 years of absolute magic, defying the odds, the ever persistent pursuit of your dream that became a reality and for inspiring SO many players and fans to also never give up. I wish that you could really know just big an impact you’ve made on the team, the franchise, on the city, the province and on the fans around the world. You made the coaches, your teammates, this city and every single Canucks fan beyond proud.

How many brothers that have been blessed to play in the NHL, can say that they have played their entire careers side by side for the same franchise? How many can say that they won back to back Art Ross trophies as the league leaders in points? How many can say that they BOTH put up 1000+ points?

We will savour these final three games. this final hurrah in your storied careers that are destined to be forever immortalized in the hockey hall of fame. Three more games for us to savour every last moment of Sedinery yet to come.

Over the last 18 years. you’ve given everything you had and more to this team, this franchise, this city and the fans. Your dedication was never in question, you persevered through the good and the bad and always led by example. Leaders on and off of the ice. You defined what it meant to play with heart. And please know that going into this final stretch of your careers, that you NEVER once let this city down.

And to THIS fan, to all Canucks fans, no matter what happens next on your journey or where your path takes you when this season comes to an end, you will always and forever be Canucks.

It’s near impossible to pin point ONE favourite moment of Sedinery magic when you’ve given us 18 years on unbelievable moments. Among those most treasured for me are witnessing Henrik notch his 1000th point, Daniel scoring many of his 41 goals during the 2010-11 season BUT my most favourite was just days ago when my sister and I finally had the opportunity to meet you both:

Little did we know, that just two days later you would make an announcement that would both break our hearts and make them soar with pride that we’ve been lucky enough to witness your entire careers. There’s not been one game that I’ve attended at GM Place/Rogers Arena that both of you didn’t play. Picturing a Canucks team that doesn’t feature you at it’s heart, will take some time to adjust to.

And while I’m excited for the team’s exciting potential down the road, I’ll never forget the two legends that paved the way for this new core. You’ve left an indelible mark that will forever be felt in the franchise and looked upon to remember that even when things get tough, all that needs to be done is to think back of how you both always kept pushing forward despite the odds and we will be reminded that when you tune out the negative, ANYTHING is possible.

Thank-you doesn’t seem even close to enough but it’s what I have to offer. Henrik, and Daniel, THANK-YOU, for everything.

And to all of YOU Canucks fans, let’s make Rogers Arena thunderously LOUD these final two home games of the season. Let’s show Henrik and Daniel just how much they’ve made a difference for all of us Canucks fans.

Sarah E.L.


“V” For Variety: Canucks Garb Runs The Gamut

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“V” For Variety: Canucks Garb Runs The Gamut

Those Vancouver hockey guys, what a bunch of Canuckleheads.

The franchise is 0-for-3 in the Stanley Cup Final, but is widely credited with inflicting the ugliest sweater in hockey history upon the NHL. Additionally, among a garish group that launched the third jersey craze, the Canucks’ alternate might have committed the greatest sartorial sin.

Yet, when Vancouver joined the league in 1970, it did so with one of the most sublime logos ever rendered, and after draping a couple of crummy crests over some putrid palettes, are again among the sharpest dressers on ice.

In the Beginning…

Joe Borovich was a young graphic designer living in a basement apartment down the street from the Pacific Coliseum when he entered a contest to design the uniform for the stadium’s new tenants. Other tenants from Europe, the United States and Canada failed to top his design.

He chose blue for the Pacific Ocean, green for the forests of British Columbia and white for its mountain peaks. The color palette, freshly abandoned by the Oakland Seals (who under new owner Charles Finley transitioned to the green and gold of his baseball team), was otherwise unused in the league — but that wasn’t the best part.

Borovich’s logo, a hockey stick laid horizontally into a rink and overlapping the boards on the right to create a “C”, was simple perfection. It lasted eight seasons, and gave way to …

Halloween Horror

How to describe it? A V-neck smock from a forgotten fast food franchise? An inverted traffic cone trimmed in baby-puke yellow and black? A Duraflame log?

Whatever. A San Francisco-based design firm coughed up this orange, yellow and black cacophony, the striping creating “Vs” on the chest, neck and sleeves (and socks, and pants). Supposedly, some people like it. But then, some people like candy corn.

For seven seasons, Canucks players got heckled with “Trick or treat!”

The Road Back to Borovich

In ensuing seasons, the Canucks have made changes large and small to their look, eventually arriving back at blue, green and white. Here are some of the more notable looks along the way:

1985: The “spaghetti bowl” or “flying skate” logo introduced as a sleeve patch on the “V” jersey is moved front and center. The logo is pretty busy, with more than a dozen parallel stripes forming a skate, above a blade spelling “Canucks.” Otherwise, this retains most of the unfortunate elements of the “V” design.

1989: The home jersey goes from yellow to white, and the last “V” elements — on the shoulders and pants — disappear.

1995: Five teams (Anaheim, Boston, Los Angeles, and Pittsburgh in addition to Vancouver) launch the third jersey program. The Canucks drop their spaghetti plate into an off-center, yellow “V” that starts at the right cuff and fades into a field of marroon. There’s a lot going on here, not much of it good.

1997: New colors – navy blue, sky blue, maroon and silver — arrive along with a new logo. That crest creates a “C” from a killer whale — a nod to the Canucks’ parent company at the time, Orca Bay Sports and Entertainment — emerging from the sea.

2001: A new alternate ditches any white trim and features a torso that starts blue at the shoulders and fades into maroon at the chest.

2003: The “stick-in-rink” original logo returns as a shoulder patch.

2006: The 2001 alternate goes away in favor of a throwback to the original blue road jersey.

2007: Reebok takes over as the NHL’s jersey supplier, returns the Canucks to their original colors but uses a new variation on the orca logo.

2008: A modern take on the original logo — the stick is more pronounced, the “C” more obvious — is featured on the new blue alternate.

2017: With Adidas in its first season as jersey suppliers, the alternate goes away. But the guess is here, not for long.

Author bio: AJ Lee is Marketing Coordinator for Pro Stock Hockey, an online resource for pro stock hockey equipment. He was born and raised in the southwest suburbs of Chicago, and has been a huge Blackhawks fan his entire life. AJ picked up his first hockey stick at age 3, and hasn’t put it down yet.

Vancouver Canucks: No Tank You…

Here we go into the final stretch drive of the 2017-18 season. And those voices from team tank on the outside and even on the inside are getting ever louder every day. To tank or not to tank? (Am I crazy for not being on board with the tank? According to some, yes.)

It’s no secret that this season has been a long way from perfect and a bit of a free fall since Brock Boeser went down with an injury. It’s also no secret that while the team has struggled many have suggested or begged for the team to start tanking in order to increase their draft lottery odds. I understand the desire for the team to finally have some luck when it comes to the draft lottery after having dropped to 5th in the last few seasons BUT I CANNOT fathom rooting against them.

Most concerning to me is not so much everyone hoping for a complete tank on the season but the lack of support for the team that I’ve seen increase over the last few weeks or the judgement/condescension directed at those who decide to support the team. I’m all for the team finally having a little luck when it comes to the draft lottery BUT I will not purposely root against the team.

And I know that opinion often puts me in the minority of Canucks nation. And yes, I know to some that rooting for them even against all the odds makes some see me as naive or “overly hyped”. I assure you, I am not naive or unaware of the team’s reality. I know their stats inside and out but I choose to have a perspective that is different. Choosing to see the silver lining, hope for the future or positives amidst all those negatives isn’t a bad thing and definitely doesn’t make me a terrible fan. If some are allowed to cheer for a tank mentality, certainly I should be allowed to have my view too?

Will I be ecstatic if they do somehow end up being able to draft Dahlin? Absolutely. BUT if they somehow end up NOT winning that draft lottery or dropping to 5th, I will still be among the loudest supporters of the team. How they finish the season, or where they end up in the draft order will not now or ever influence my support of the team. Maybe that makes me a little crazy, but I’m okay with that. We don’t all have to support the team in the same way or even view the game in the same way to love this crazy heart stealing game called hockey.

Draft lottery win or not, win another game this season or not, I was a Vancouver Canucks fan yesterday, am one today, will still be one tomorrow and beyond. I know that these last few seasons have been hard but they’ve also had some incredible moments along the way. Did you ever think it possible that the Canucks would have not one BUT TWO players with 1000+ points? Or that another rookie could steal hearts with a Bure type shot before Boeser came along?

First place or last place will not determine when I support this team. No one ever said that the 82-game journey that each team embarks on each season would be easy with no mistakes. For me, the Vancouver Canucks have my heart through the good, the bad, and everything in between, they’re stuck with me: 24/7/365.

As always, until next time, nuck said.

Sarah E.L.

Vancouver Canucks: For Brock

Sometimes, this game that can take your breath away in the best possible way, can be heartbreaking in the cruelest of ways. That happened last night as all of Canucks nation held their collective breath after seeing Brock Boeser sustain an injury late in their game versus the New York Islanders. Today, the Vancouver Canucks announced that Brock Boeser is likely out for the remainder of the season (4-6 weeks). And it’s no secret that prior to the injury, Brock Boeser was having a Canucks rookie season to remember with 29 goals, 26 assists (55 points) in 62 games.

It’s absolutely heartbreaking to see a player that’s been having a memorable season be forced to the sidelines due to injury. And while the season may not end in a Calder trophy for the rookie phenom, there are more important things than a trophy. As tough as this news is, it could be worse, and it’s absolutely the right decision that Boeser takes this time to recover fully so that he can come back to the game he loves for years to come The good news is that he will make a full recovery.

This post is for Brock.


I can still remember the anticipation that followed when the Vancouver Canucks drafted you and excitement that stemmed when the team announced you made this season’s roster. This is not the ending that your rookie season was supposed to have. You were well on your way to setting a new Vancouver Canucks rookie season record. Today, having this news shared with the rest of the world must be one of the most difficult things you’ve been faced with early in your career, but taking this time to heal properly was the right decision. Some things are bigger than the game.

I hate that we were robbed of your 30th goal (some will point out you should proably be credited with 1 or 2 more in recent weeks!) and that we don’t a get a chance to see you surpass Pavel Bure’s rookie record. I hate that this season, we will not get to see any more of your signature snipes or impossible angle goals that often took opponents by surprise with their accuracy. I hate that we will not get to see you find that chemistry with no matter who you played with until next season. I hate that this is how the season most likely ends for you this season. I hate the unfairness of this outcome. I hate that after all the work you put in and that the rookie season that you were on pace for, that this is the ending. I hate that many on the outside don’t always see the value that you bring to the Canucks every single game.

As much as I hate this end to your incredible rookie season, I understand that this decision was about more than the game. Life is about much more than hockey and you put your health first. Not an easy decision, but absolutely the correct one. You are taking the time to heal properly and not risk further injury and allowing yourself a long-term future in the game. It may have only been your first full time season in the NHL and with the Vancouver Canucks, but you’ve already left an indelible mark on the franchise.

The ending to the season may have come much earlier than you desired but you DID IT. You’re living a dream come true in the NHL that while only one year in, is full of highlight reel moments: back to back rookie of the month honours, first career hat trick, goals that made many opponents ask “HOW?”, a possible Calder trophy candidate, NHL All-Star, All-Star MVP, Canucks All-Star. Those are some awesome early career moments. You are the type of player that fans hope their team drafts and love to see succeed when they make the big league.

It’s not the ending that your rookie season deserved. You gave this team, the fans and the league everything you had every single time you were on the ice. Never doubt for a second what you’ve accomplished this season. You gave it your all every single shift, playing with whoever coach put with you in the lineup. You always found a way to keep your game consistent. You may be one of the youngest players on the team, but I promise that you inspired your teammates, the fans and even opponents around the league. Your heart, determination, dedication and perseverance every game are something to be admired. Your tenacity will be missed by the team, opponents, and fans league wide down this final stretch.

Thank-you for one heck of a memorable rookie season with the team. You’ve brought an excitement to the team and united Canucks fans far and wide while we all rooted for the next FLOW highlight! Your season may have come to an abrupt end, but I hope you know that NO ONE and I mean NO ONE is disappointed in you. You’ve done nothing but make Canucks fans proud every single time you hit the ice. I hope that while you recover, you stay close to the team, you may not realize it yet what an inspiration your season has been to them. And maybe today, that seems impossible to comprehend, but it’s 100% true. Canucks nation is sending you all the best as you focus on your recovery! Take all the time you need, your health is the #1 priority.

Your season might have come to an early end but you took the pressure of an entire city and ignited a spark of hope for the season and the future as we all witnessed the initiation of the Brock star. One thing is certain, your teammates, fans, even your opponents are all rooting for you as you recover and look forward to your eventual return when you a ready. You have accomplished a lot in a short time this season. Remember this moment, a rookie season to remember that stole the hearts of Canucks fans far and wide, this is only the beginning and the best is still yet to come.

-Sarah E.L.