February 14 2017 01:00PM
The Canucks schedule was delayed a day yesterday, being family day and all. I'm back at it today with a complete Canucks schedule for the remainder of the week.
The Canucks themselves have a busy schedule heading into their bye week. The Comets have their games spaced out this week for once, but they're in the midst of a 10-games-in-16-nights schedule (which is why guys like Jordan Subban and Cole Cassels get healthy scratched, simmer down!). The NCAA players are also back in full swing. Read on to see the full schedule and a few games of interest between now and Sunday.
February 14 2017 11:33AM
The Vancouver Canucks announced earlier this morning that they'd recalled forward Brendan Gaunce from the Utica Comets and that he would join the team in Pittsburgh.
Vancouver reassigned Gaunce to the Comets on February 6th, where he's been near a point-per-game player since.
February 14 2017 11:00AM
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February 14 2017 09:00AM
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Hot off of an impressive win versus the Sabres, the Canucks fly into Pittsburgh to take on the Penguins. It's been a topsy-turvy road trip for the Canucks and a win against a strong Penguins team could help Vancouver's chances of staying in the playoff race.
Plenty of storylines to go around for this one and something about Sidney Crosby on the brink of 1000 points or something? Don't forget about yet another early start time, as most of you will probably have to skip out of work early.
Let's do this!
February 14 2017 07:00AM
This is a four-part series analyzing where each NHL teams stands heading into the trade deadline based on the context of each division, and the short- and long-term implications of buying or selling with the expansion draft around the corner.
The Pacific Division is completely wide open. Though San Jose appears to still be the cream of the crop, the Oilers have showed flashes of brilliance, and the Ducks and Kings have a track record of previous success. The Canucks and Flames are in a difficult situation determining whether to buy or sell, while the Coyotes have known for months that their season is over.