April 23 2015 01:00PM
The Canucks season could come to an end tonight and Canucks fans would then have to choose between Ryan Kesler and Hockey Night's sons, Michael Ferland and 18 year old Sam Bennett. This team probably owes its fans at least a few extra days to make such a decision.
April 23 2015 11:00AM
We are back with another edition of the Canucks Weekly Prospect Report, where I dig into all the latest stats, rumours, gossip, news, achievements, and even made up stories from around the different junior hockey leagues. We look into the play of all (non-AHL) Canucks prospects from the CHL, NCAA, Europe, and even the ECHL.
Without further ado, continue past the jump to see what went down!
April 23 2015 09:00AM
FLAMES LEAD SERIES 3-1
Have you calmed down yet? Have you stepped off the ledge? The Vancouver Canucks have dug themselves quite a hole in the series and haven't shown they can climb out. But you know what, it's time to suck it up, Canucks fans!
So what if they're down 3-1; its happened plenty of times in the team's history. We could all complain about how bad the team has been or why we REALLY DON'T CARE that Sam Bennett is 18 years old and awesome; this is Game 5, it's in Vancouver, and if you think it's over tonight you're dead wrong! We are all Canucks? You're FLIPPIN right we are!
April 22 2015 10:52PM
Wednesday evening was the first ever franchise playoff game for the AHL's top ranked Western Conference team, and affiliate of your Vancouver Canucks: The Utica Comets. Facing the 8th seed, and the Canucks' previous affiliate, the Chicago Wolves - The Comets are currently playing a best-of-5 series.
The Comets quickly took the lead in this game and held on to it until the very end when the Wolves managed to tie it up. The game ended up going to 2OT where the the game winner was scored by Bobby Sanguinetti after being set up by Alex Grenier.
Continue past the jump for the details on what went down.
April 22 2015 04:02PM
Photo Credit: Sergei Belski/USA TODAY Sports
With Alex Burrows now confirmed to be sidelined for the remainder of Vancouver's first round series against the Calgary Flames, the Canucks will now turn to a Calgary castoff and a playoff rookie to help them turn their fortunes around and do the improbable.
Trade deadline acquisition Sven Baertschi will reportedly suit up on Thursday for game 5 for his NHL playoff debut. Read past the jump for more.