GAMEDAY HARVEST: The Canucks get lit up by the Heat to start their six-game homestand

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

GAMEDAY HARVEST: Artūrs Šilovs takes his crown in shootout victory over the Reign

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

GAMEDAY RECAP: A refreshed Abbotsford lineup ends their losing streak and spoils $2 beer night

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

GAMEDAY RECAP: A bag fumbling for the ages and the Canucks “winning culture” thing

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

GAMEDAY RECAP: The Abbotsford Canucks kick off a five-game road trip with an impressive five-goal game against the Barracuda

The Abbotsford Canucks begin their first extended road trip of the season with a trip to San Jose. The San Jose Barracuda have been decimated all season by injuries and call-ups, picking up thirteen points out of seventeen games played. The Barracuda's 0.382 points-earning percentage places them second-last in the AHL, ahead of only Philadelphia's … Continue reading GAMEDAY RECAP: The Abbotsford Canucks kick off a five-game road trip with an impressive five-goal game against the Barracuda

GAMEDAY RECAP LIVE: A fight of the year candidate and three powerplay goals punctuate a fun Abbotsford loss to the worst team in the Division

Rumours were plentiful that the Canucks were rapidly approaching the decision to make a coaching change, a management change, a trade, anything to try and spark some life in their struggling organization. https://twitter.com/taj1944/status/1466848593541668866?s=20 Two-game win streaks from both their AHL and NHL franchises later, and suddenly the patient approach is back on the menu for … Continue reading GAMEDAY RECAP LIVE: A fight of the year candidate and three powerplay goals punctuate a fun Abbotsford loss to the worst team in the Division

GAMEDAY HARVEST: As the Abbotsford Canucks win, their city is unsure how it should react

Tonight marks an emotional return to the Abbotsford Centre for the Abbotsford Canucks. In addition to this game being their first back at home since mass-flooding displaced thousands in the Fraser Valley region, tonight's game is the team's first-ever Hockey Fights Cancer night. If you haven't seen it yet, check out their "who we fight for" … Continue reading GAMEDAY HARVEST: As the Abbotsford Canucks win, their city is unsure how it should react

GAMEDAY HARVEST: The Abbotsford Canucks go full Wile-E Coyote in rematch versus the Roadrunners

Quick shoutout to those in the Fraser Valley and BC Interior who read the AHL Nucks Harvest: I spent my last few recaps lamenting a broken down vehicle which, in hindsight, is a joke compared to the devastating damage caused to my fellow British Columbians by mass flooding. If you wish to help those impacted … Continue reading GAMEDAY HARVEST: The Abbotsford Canucks go full Wile-E Coyote in rematch versus the Roadrunners

Abbotsford Canucks head coach Trent Cull on prospects, development, Abbotsford, and a challenging final year in Utica

Yesterday, on a cold Wednesday afternoon, a very sweaty and nervous writer for AHLNucksHarvest.com was fortunate enough to conduct a 1-on-1 interview with Abbotsford Canucks head coach Trent Cull. Before the Canucks 2021-22 NHL and AHL campaigns kick-off, the AHLNucksHarvest wanted to pick Cull's brain on player development, his final year in Utica, and Abbotsford. … Continue reading Abbotsford Canucks head coach Trent Cull on prospects, development, Abbotsford, and a challenging final year in Utica

The Abbotsford Canucks 2021-22 Prospect Rhombus

For years, hockey writers worldwide have relied on the unimpressive pyramid to illustrate their team's prospect pool quality. Now, placing prospects into tiers on a pyramid does make sense. It's simple, favourable, efficient, and avoids the need for laborious contextualization! That said, the AHL Nucks Harvest is proud to introduce its first, and hopefully annual convoluted … Continue reading The Abbotsford Canucks 2021-22 Prospect Rhombus