April 25 2013 02:00PM
You know when an Andrew Alberts image leads off our game preview that it's going to be a good one.
Photograph by: Jeff Gross/Getty Images North America
The Ducks aren't really playing tonight. Anaheim's lineup, in fact, won't include Iced Man Ryan Getzlaf (though actually it might which is hilarious), Bobby Ryan, Luca Sbisa, Bryan Allen, Corey Perry, Saku Koivu or Teemu Sellane. So if they're not showing up, why must I in writing a game preview?
Because that's my damn job. Read past the jump.
April 25 2013 12:47PM
Bill Sweatt gets burned by Tomas Tatar who qualifies as tough competition.
Photograph by Rex Larsen
Earlier this week the Chicago Wolves signed an affiliation agreement with the St. Louis Blues, the organization the Canucks had previously acquired the Peoria Rivermen from.
So the affiliation agreement between the Canucks and the Chicago Wolves has ended after two years, and while I wouldn't go so far as to say that the relationship has ended on an acrimonious note publicly, I would suggest that it seems the two sides are glad to be moving on.
Read past the jump.
April 25 2013 10:09AM
The conclusion of the lockout shortened 2013 NHL regular season is almost upon us, which means that it's time to hand out some hardware. Read on for my picks for the Hart, Norris, Vezina, and more.
April 24 2013 05:31PM
Here's your 2012-13 Canucks official team photo.
Busy day at your second (or maybe even your third) favorite Canucks blog. We looked at how the potential deal to bring Vancouver's newly acquired AHL affiliate to Abbotsford has failed and what other options the Canucks might pursue, we noted that Modo's new coaching staff has some curious Canucks ties, we reacted to the news of Cory Schneider's injury, applauded Mike Gillis's willingness to burn Frank Corrado's entry-level contract, and updated the myriad of injury statuses for a variety of Canucks mainstays.
Read past the jump for other Canucks news, a sick Canucks .gif and other links.
April 24 2013 02:53PM
There isn't much reason to worry about Vancouver's multitude of walking wounded, apparently.
Mike Gillis appeared on the Team 1040 with Blake Price and Matt Sekeres on the "Canucks Lunch" on Wednesday afternoon (podcast here), and, of course, right off the bat Vancouver's General Manager was grilled about the injury status of Cory Schneider, Chris Tanev, Keith Ballard and Kevin Bieksa. He delivered good news across the board, which should come as a huge relief for Canucks fans.
I get asked about Canucks player injuries all the time on Twitter, as if I know more than what's out there in the public record. Anyway due to the frequency with which I'm asked about the team's injury status, I figured I'd assemble the latest updates in one reference post for those who are interested. Read past the jump for more.