July 26 2011 10:39AM
The Sedins did their part this year to help the kids. And so did you.
Thank you, British Columbia!
(Photo courtesy Vancouver Canucks - canucks.com)
Today, the Canucks For Kids Fund announced that it has raised a record-setting $4.2 million for charitable grants and donations this year.
That's $4.2 million from you, Canucks fans!
July 26 2011 10:00AM
Cory Schneider makes a couple of appearances in today's list.
Rookie blunders? Or a team not quite prepared in front of him? YOU MAKE THE CALL.
(Photo by Jeff Vinnick/NHLI via Getty Images)
Throughout every season, there are always games that a team should win but didn't. And there are always games that a team shouldn't win but they manage to squeak it out.
Today we look at the top 5 games that the Canucks should have won, but managed to let it slip anyway.
July 25 2011 06:15PM
This afternoon the Canucks signed 6,5 winger Byron Bitz; the former Bruin, Panther and Cornell Big Red's deal is two-way, one year contract. You can check out the official media release here.
July 25 2011 04:24PM
Look at Steve, hustlin' down that ice
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The first in a special summer series, CanucksArmy.com author Patrick Johnston will write whatever comes to mind about a random Canucks hero. What is a hero? Patrick's criteria is super secret, but maybe, just maybe, if you pay close attention, you'll figure it out!
Nearly the first in a long line of try-hards that I came like for one reason or another, Steve Bozek is memorable to me for one moment. A quick search shows me that the Canucks clinched their playoff berth for the 1991Stanley Cup playoffs on the very last day of the season: March 28, 1991, a 3-2 overtime win vs Winnipeg. What isn't mentioned was that Steve Bozek scored the goal and a ten year-old boy went nuts in his room, having been listening quietly on his radio, under strict order not to disturb his sleeping younger brother in the room next door. From then on, I thought Steve was a pretty damn cool guy.
July 25 2011 03:12PM
Do you touch the trophy, or not?
Photo credit globaltv.com
Now that the dust has begun to settle on this year’s Stanley Cup, let’s compare the last two Canuck squads who earned trips to the Finals.
Perhaps it’s too early do so because personally, I have yet to get over the sting of our Game 7 home ice loss back on June 15th, but I’m gonna give it a try anyways.