With the Toronto Maple Leafs in town on Tuesday night, Josh Leivo will have a chance to prove his former club they were wrong for casting him away. It’s something he’s been doing all season with his new opportunity in Vancouver, but now he’ll get to do it in person.
The Canucks are in the third and final day of their rest stretch and will look to carry the momentum from their commanding win over the Ottawa Senators into their game against the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday afternoon. Here are some news and notes from the week.
Back in June, it was reported that the Canucks were interested in acquiring Tyson Barrie from the Colorado Avalanche. The package Vancouver offered, according to Avanalche beat writer Adrian Dater, was Jake Virtanen and a 2020 first-round pick.
News and Notes: Green on missing depth, Bo Horvat’s struggles, Quinn Hughes’ excellent rookie season, and Vasily Podkolzin’s development
The Canucks, mired with injuries to their depth players, are currently trudging through their worst stretch of the season, as they’ve lost five of their last six games. They’ll look to get back in the win column tonight against the Colorado Avalanche, another team dealing with a wealth of injuries.
The Canucks finally stopped their losing skid with a 5-3 win at home against the Predators on Tuesday night. The win snapped a four-game losing streak, which also represented the first time the team had any kind of losing streak since their back-to-back losses to open the season. With the team looking to get another…
The Canucks’ game earlier this week against the St. Louis Blues brought forward a couple of mini online controversies. Jordan Binnington bothered fans by saying he should have won rookie of the year and Jakob Markstrom also rubbed people the wrong way when he broke his stick over the net following the overtime loss.
Despite getting dropped in overtime by the defending Stanley Cup Champions last night, the Canucks have now earned points in eight straight games since their 1-0 loss to the lowly New Jersey Devils. Here are some news and notes for the off-day.
After a shaky start to the season, the Canucks have otherwise been one of the most successful teams in the NHL through the first month of play. After a huge win over the Florida Panthers, Vancouver owns a 7-3-1 record and has the top spot in the Pacific Division on their radar. Here are some…
After a frustrating, sluggish start to the season, the Canucks have been on a roll, winning five of their last six games. Here are some news and notes from the past week around the team.
The Canucks are riding high, fresh off of back-to-back-to-back wins against Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Detroit and are now set to embark on a four-game road trip. Here are some off-day notes.
According to Elliotte Friedman, the Canucks are looking to Florida for an upgrade on the blueline. The team has reportedly kicked tires on right-handed defenceman Mark Pysyk, who is set to become an unrestricted free agent this off-season.
Earlier this week, Elliotte Freidman noted that Jonathan Drouin might end up being the odd-man-out in what’s shaping up to be a logjam up front in Montreal. Soon after, Eric Engels added fuel to the fire, reporting that his name was out there on the trade market.