October 29 2009 11:42AM
The Vancouver Canucks play the first of back-to-back games in southern California, as they take on the red-hot Los Angeles Kings.
The Canucks, already hit hard by the injury bug, will be without captain and all-star goaltender Roberto Luongo tonight. Luongo suffered a cracked rib against the Maple Leafs a few games ago, and is finally sitting out of the lineup to let this injury heal.
Can the Canucks keep their heads above water without their most important player?
October 27 2009 12:44PM
The Vancouver Canucks play their third home game in four nights as they host the Detroit Red Wings.
Slowly, the Canucks injury ward is starting to clear up and their play has improved. The Red Wings, meanwhile, have started a mini-slide, having lost their last three games and dealing with some lingering injury problems.
October 25 2009 01:20PM
The Vancouver Canucks play the second half of back-to-back home games as they host the Edmonton Oilers at GM Place tonight. The Oilers and Canucks meet for the second time in a week, and the Canucks look to avenge a 2-1 away loss.
The Canucks, though, face a tough challenge as their injury list is growing rapidly, but they should get one big shot in the arm as their defense gets bolstered by a veteran new-comer.
October 24 2009 10:35AM
It's that time of year again, folks! It's that time of year when half the crowd is wearing blue and white with a big old Maple Leaf on the jersey, and it's hard to tell whether this is a home or away game.
The Vancouver Canucks host the Toronto Maple Leafs at 4 PM at GM Place tonight, in what is always an entertaining and emotional game.
October 23 2009 11:59AM
The Vancouver Canucks host the hated and dreadful Toronto Maple Leafs tomorrow at GM Place at 4 PM Pacific. Before you start complaining about the early start time, shut up. I don't want to hear it, because you're wrong.
And here's why.