November 09 2014 12:00AM
Normally, I'd try to lead with a somewhat catchy paragraph here to get your attention and encourage you to read on. Not tonight. Tonight was awful. Read past the jump to see how awful tonight was.
Spoilers: it was awful.
November 08 2014 04:14PM
After escaping Northern California with a stolen two points, Vancouver is back in action tonight looking to avoid a moral victory against the L.A. Kings. The Canucks enter L.A. with a 10-4-0 record, and just two points back of the Anaheim Ducks for 1st place in the entire NHL. A win over the always tough Kings tonight will set up a first-place showdown with the Ducks tomorrow, so Vancouver should be motivated to come out and put forth a better effort than Thursday night in San Jose.
Read past the jump for a preview of tonight's action.
November 06 2014 01:46PM
For many people, the real NHL season starts today. The Vancouver Canucks play their first games of the year against the real powers of the Pacific Division, all on the road, and all in the span of four short days. Before travelling to Los Angeles to play the Kings and Ducks in back-to-back games on the weekend, they'll be in Northern California tonight to take on the San Jose Sharks.
Read past the jump for a look at tonight's game against San Jose.
November 05 2014 01:40PM
Welcome to a new feature here on Canucks Army and all sites on the Nation Network: What Would You Do Wednesday, where we put you, yes YOU, in charge of your own imaginary Vancouver Canucks. We'll present you with a different scenario each week, and you tell us how you'd solve it in the comments section below. Give props to the answers you do like and trash the ones you don't. Easy! So let's get started:
November 04 2014 11:18PM
Yes it's with the Ducks, but Nick Bonino's been doing a lot of celebrating lately.
Between Bonino and Bo Horvat, Vancouver's Bos came to play tonight against the struggling Colorado Avalanche. Sure the Avs blew out Vancouver a few short games ago, but Vancouver was rested and ready this time around, and they did not disappoint. After falling behind early, they laid the boots to the Avs, outshooting them heavily and winning by a 5-2 final.
Read past the jump for a recap of Canucks Army Top Prospect Bo Horvat's first NHL game.