James C Edgington
March 11 2010 01:12PM
On January 30th the Vancouver Canucks started what was to be the longest road trip in NHL history. During this time they traveled a total of 20,737 kilometers. The first game of the colossal fourteen game expedition began with a win against the Leafs, it ended on March 10th with an overtime loss to Phoenix. In a span of fourteen games the team finished with a respectable 8-5-1 record, the final outcome of this journey could have ended much worse, especially when you consider that Vancouver have been playing without two of it’s best defensemen.
March 10 2010 09:46AM
The Last Stop.
Their suitcases are full of dirty clothes. They are sick of airports and hotel rooms. They miss their families. But after tonight, that all changes.
The Vancouver Canucks play the final installment in their epic, record-long, 14-game road trip as they travel to Phoenix to face the Coyotes.
March 10 2010 12:54AM
Oh my god Luongo is the worst goalie! We should trade him for a puck bag and used jock straps!
Roberto is a God! He's the greatest goalie in the world! No, not just the world, the whole effin' universe! Gold Medal Baby!
March 09 2010 10:56AM
The end is nigh. The light is on the horizon.
The Vancouver Canucks play the first game in back-to-back nights against division rival Colorado Avalanche, as they wrap up their record-long road trip. Tonight's game is their penultimate game on this 14 game road trip, as they return home on Saturday for the first time in over 6 weeks.
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