If there are any Canucks fans on your Christmas list this season, then you're in luck. The hockey team tweeted out their unofficial Christmas cards for the season that you can print out for free to put a smile on any fan's face. Fair warning — they're super cheesy and we kind of love them. These Vancouver Canucks' Christmas cards are totally free, making them a budget-friendly addition to your gifts this season.
Players Quinn Hughes, Elias Pettersson, Bo Horvat, Micheal Ferland all graced the cover of their very own Christmas cards in the Canucks' original tweet on Wednesday, December 11.
In a follow-up, they added two more featuring players Troy Stecher and Brock Boeser.
Anyone who loves puns or can stand a little bit of cheese will love these cards.
With captions like "Troy to the world" and "Quinnter wonderland," they really went for the cheese when they drew these up.
Bo Horvat, the captain of the Canucks, simply got, "Bo! Bo! Bo! Merry Xmas!" as his caption.
Anyone who's thirsty for Elias Pettersson will love his caption that says "All I want for Xmas Is Petey"
If you can't afford to gift the Cancuks fan in your life with hockey tickets or a jersey this season, then the least you can do is print off one of these silly cards for them since they're totally free.
“But I don’t have anything #Canucks to put on my tree” 😫 You do now, grinches! Print, hang, enjoy! 🎁🎅 https://t.co/QE7iUYSQrj— Vancouver #Canucks (@Vancouver #Canucks) 1576102077.0
The cards are pretty cute if you can handle all the cheese.
But wait - there's more! 🎶 Troy to the World & Jingle Bell Brock 🎶 https://t.co/OGryVSVTnh— Vancouver #Canucks (@Vancouver #Canucks) 1576102165.0
"Troy to the World & Jingle Bell Brock" reads the tweet from the Canucks.
@Canucks There better be "Brockin around the christmas tree"— Nikki (@Nikki) 1576102378.0
@Canucks Don’t forget to Demko halls with boughs of holly— Marcus (@Marcus) 1576102315.0
Some Twitter users had even better suggestions that should 100% have gone on the Christmas cards. One twitter user suggested that they add "Brockin' around the Christmas tree" to the list.
Maybe these hilarious missed opportunities will make the cut next year.