It’s official: Alain Vigneault will will be back behind the Canucks bench for a seventh season. As was expected from the moment Mike Gillis inked a deal to continue on as the Canucks’ General Manager, the team announced an extension with head coach Vigneault Wednesday afternoon.Continue Reading —›
Kirk McLean had a long NHL career, debuting with the New Jersey Devils in 1985, and retiring as a member of the New York Rangers in 2001. For 11 years in between, he was a goaltender for the Vancouver Canucks. During that time, he established himself as a franchise cornerstone, earning two Vezina nominations, being named to two All-Star Games, and leading the team to one of their three Stanley Cup Final appearances. He made a lot of memories during his time in Vancouver.
Pretty much all of those memories are up for auction.
Are you a diehard Kirk McLean fan? If so, and if you have a lot of money, 20 days from now, you could own more Kirk McLean memorabilia than Kirk McLean himself. Let’s take a look at what the former Canuck goalie is hocking.Continue Reading —›