Oh, hi! I'm Cody Severtson! You might remember me from such AHL Gameday Recaps as... Fantastic Five-Point Evening For Jack Rathbone and The Rowdy Road Victory on $2 Beer Night! A lot has happened on the Farm since our last check-in, so let's do that... Right now! CATCHING UP Skaters Since the last recap, the … Continue reading GAMEDAY HARVEST: The Abbotsford Canucks battle hard in an action-packed OT thriller but fall short to a Toronto EBUG …again
Don't look now, but the Abbotsford Canucks are kind of killing it lately! On their second four-game win streak of the season, the Farm team heads into enemy territory to take on the Edmonton Oilers affiliate, Bakersfield Condors, for a rare non-double-header! Currently, the Farm is 7-3-0-0 in their last ten on the backs of … Continue reading GAMEDAY HARVEST: Abbotsford wins fifth straight game, but lose Jack Rathbone to devastating injury
We are officially past the midway point of the 2021-22 AHL season! Thirty-four games played, 101 goals scored, 105 goals given up, and the Abbotsford Canucks are sitting 22nd out of 31 teams in league standings. Okay, they're sixth in the Pacific Division, so it's not that bad! Plus, as discussed on previous Harvests, the … Continue reading GAMEDAY HARVEST: Jack Rathbone’s five-point night and Guillaume Brisebois’ Forsberg goal highlight action-packed game against the Roadrunners
The Canucks look to kick off the NHL All-Star break with a delightful six-game homestand. Tonight, they face off against the Stockton Heat. Er, let me rephrase, the Abbotsford Canucks begin a six-game homestand with a back-to-back against the Western Conference-leading Stockton Heat! Fortunately, the Farm will have an influx of returning bodies to the lineup … Continue reading GAMEDAY HARVEST: The Canucks get lit up by the Heat to start their six-game homestand
The Abbotsford Canucks look to extend their largest win streak in team history from three to four games straight! A few weeks ago, against the Ontario Reign, I noticed a subtle change in how the Abbotsford Canucks attacked in the offensive zone. Instead of working the puck low and setting up around the slot, the Canucks … Continue reading GAMEDAY HARVEST: Sheldon Rempal’s two-goal game extends Abbotsford’s winning streak to four!
THE OPPOSITION The Abbotsford Canucks have consistently had the Gulls number this season. Last night, the Farm defeated the Gulls five to three, starting with Yushiroh Hirano's first AHL goal just ten seconds into the game! Hirano's goal made him the first Japanese-born and Japanese-trained player to score in the AHL! https://twitter.com/CodySevertson/status/1485089256414408710?s=20 Today, the Canucks … Continue reading GAMEDAY HARVEST: Yushiroh Hirano makes history in the Canucks back-to-back dubs versus the Gulls
My reaction when I'm off work at 3 PM, and Abbotsford's game against the Ontario Reign starts at 3 PM, not 7 PM as I had initially thought: TLDR; though they valiantly clawed back from a three-goal deficit, the Abbotsford Canucks were dummied by San Diego on Saturday. The Junior Canucks twelfth regulation loss dropped them … Continue reading GAMEDAY HARVEST: Artūrs Šilovs takes his crown in shootout victory over the Reign
The Abbotsford Canucks look to bounce back from last week's miserable return to action with double-header weekend versus the San Diego Gulls. To the surprise of absolutely no one, the Bakersfield Condors annihilated the depleted roster of the Farm team last weekend. Out-attempted at 5v5 by sixty-five across three games Outscored fourteen to five Bakersfield's powerplay went 2/13, while … Continue reading GAMEDAY RECAP: A refreshed Abbotsford lineup ends their losing streak and spoils $2 beer night
Well, it can't be worse than yesterday, right? Right? RIGHT!? TRANSACTIONS https://twitter.com/abbycanucks/status/1479543437191827460?s=20 In the lede burial of the century, the Abbotsford Canucks announced the signing of forward Nicolas Guay from the USports' University of New Brunswick. Casually slipped into the replies of that signing was the news that the team had mutually agreed to terminate … Continue reading GAMEDAY RECAP: Up until they lost the game, the Abbotsford Canucks were winning!
Since embarking on their five-game road trip last week, the Abbotsford Canucks have seen five players recalled to Vancouver for spot duty. Noah Juulsen Phil Di Giuseppe Guillaume Brisebois Madison Bowey Ashton Sautner While on this roadie, the Abby Canucks also lost Jack Rathbone and Jett Woo to injuries. Now, Sautner was signed to a … Continue reading GAMEDAY RECAP: A bag fumbling for the ages and the Canucks “winning culture” thing