March 07 2010 11:51PM
Sometimes it’s difficult to express exactly what concerns me about the Canucks this year.
Dr. Seuss comes close though
March 05 2010 10:27AM
Teammates just five days ago, Kesler and Kane will renew a playoff rivalry tonight.
The Canucks seeingly endless roadtrip continues on today with Game 11 of 14 as they travel to the United Center to face the hated Chicago Blackhawks. A whole of Olympic medallists face off against each other tonight, as Roberto Luongo takes on Toews, Keith and Seabrook, while Ryan Kesler and Patrick Kane face one another, players who formed a close bond two weeks ago.
March 04 2010 11:29PM
My apologies for the tardiness of Around The League, but today I had a chance to lace up the skates and play along side my favourite hockey player; Glenn Anderson.
March 04 2010 02:44PM
So another trade deadline has come and gone, and the Canucks, as usual, end up doing next to nothing. I'm not here to bash on Mike Gillis, it seemed like there wasn't much out there for the taking. We got a Stastny. Not Paul. Not even Peter, Anton or Marion. We did end up getting Albert Andrews or Andrew Alberts or Andy Whatshisname. There's another guy, but I can't even muster the energy to find his name, so I can butcher it in print. Who has the time that would take? Those would be seconds I could never get back.
James C Edgington
March 04 2010 01:58PM
Vancouver has become notorious for its lack of activity at the trade deadline. Last year, Mike Gillis opted to do absolutely nothing; a year earlier Matt Pettinger was the sole acquisition. Yesterday was also a relatively quiet affair with only three deals made.