November 03 2014 05:00PM
With the month of October now behind us, it's a good time to take a step back and have a look at how Vancouver's opening 10 games of the season went. The Canucks may have gone 7-3-0, but there is still lots of room for improvement.
Read past the jump for a look back on the month that was.
November 03 2014 01:13PM
It was a fairly busy morning as far as Canucks news goes. The injury situations of Kevin Bieksa and Tom Sestito were updated, Jim Benning announced when Bo Horvat will make his NHL debut, and NHL Player Safety ruled on the Andrew Ference hit on Zack Kassian.
Read past the jump for the latest rumblings from around Canucks-land.
November 02 2014 11:39PM
These aren't your fathers #Perds. Nor is this year's incarnation of the Vancouver Canucks your one-year older brother's. With less than desirable results last season, both teams underwent a series of changes to recapture the buzz of their respective markets and rekindle their offensive fire.
The early returns have these teams planted firmly in the playoff picture with room to spare. Best of all though, both clubs are watchable again. Despite the Canucks playing last night in Edmonton, it was a high-paced game with scoring chances aplenty, at least early. Unfortunately for the Canucks, the bounces didn't go their way and their winning streak was ended with a 3-1 Nashville victory.
More on the other side of the jump.
November 02 2014 01:11PM
One day after a 3-2 win in Edmonton and their 4th consecutive win, Vancouver is back home to play host to the surprisingly good Nashville Predators. Bo Horvat may or may not make his regular season NHL debut, and Eddie Lack will likely get the start against a red hot Pekka Rinne.
Read past the jump for a full preview of tonight's game and a look at today's news and notes from practice.
November 01 2014 11:50PM
Kassian is by far the most entertaining man in a penalty box. http://t.co/opx3dTN2YA— Wyatt Arndt (@TheStanchion) November 2, 2014
Whenever the Canucks and Oilers play, Zack Kassian seems to wind up in the middle of it all. Even when he doesn't play well, as he did tonight, he manages to get involved against the Oilers like few other teams. He "runs their show," if you will.
Kassian himself had a game about as inoffensive as the Oilers are without Taylor Hall, but still managed to be the recipient of a questionable hit that may net Andrew Ference some time in the press box, and took the penalty that led to Derek Dorsett's shorthanded game winning goal.
Read past the jump for a recap of Vancouver's 3-2 win.