Black Aces Podcast: Elite Hutton, neutral zone Virtanen, and a sizzling Juolevi take

Also, who should play with Elias Pettersson?

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It’s time for another episode of the Black Aces Podcast, featuring writers from across the Canucks’ media world, both mainstream and blogosphere.

In this week’s episode, the Black Aces delves into whether this is a turning point of the Canucks season: is this the moment when the preseason projections of a non-playoff team come to fruition or is this just a bump in the road? They also talk about just how good Ben Hutton has been, Jake Virtanen’s excellent work in the neutral zone, and some detailed discussion on prospects on the Utica Comets.

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That includes a strikingly spicy take about Olli Juolevi and why he could have an even more promising future than you might think.

They also get into the ongoing debate of who should play with Elias Pettersson. Is Jake Virtanen the right guy to play on his wing? Should the steady veteran Loui Eriksson?

Featured writers in this week’s episode:

  • Omar A, writer at Daily Hive and resident tennis guy
  • Ryan Biech, editor for CanucksArmy, prospects writer for The Athletic and Canucks.com
  • Darryl Keeping, microstat tracker, prospect analyst, and writer at CanucksArmy

Give it a listen, and subscribe to the Black Aces Podcast on iTunes.

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