I didn’t publish one of these schedules yesterday, but it’s all good because no Canucks affiliated players played yesterday! There are lots playing today though, and for most of the days through the rest of the week, so grab your copy of the Complete Canucks Schedule and keep an eye on your favourite prospects!
Cheers to the US National Women’s hockey team on their fight for fair pay. It is vital and important to receive living wages for representing your country in these types of international events. Female hockey players usually have full-time jobs in order to actually live, and then have to take leave or quit just to […]
It’s a new beginning in Vancouver as the Canucks return home to face the Ducks. Anaheim is “flying high” with a four-game win streak while the Canucks… have won four games just not in a row. There aren’t too many games left in the season which means the hurt will end soon but there are […]
Last week, I lamented the fact that the Canucks gave me almost nothing to talk about in these rankings. This week, they delivered. 1. Brock Boeser: It’s been far too long since I’ve been able to use my “if you score your first NHL goal you are automatically #1 on the Power Rankings” rule, but […]
The Vancouver Canucks have reportedly dipped their toes into the NCAA free agent market again. John Buccigross is reporting that Western Michigan centre Griffen Molino will sign an entry-level contract with the Canucks. Hearing that Griffen Milino is leaving Western Michigan to sign with The @Canucks. He was an undrafted free agent pic.twitter.com/hYbjnq8ZWv — Bucci […]
Every year, the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy is awarded to the player in the league who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey. The Vancouver chapter of the PHWA has nominated #Canucks goaltender Ryan Miller for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy. — Canucks Now (@CanucksNow) March 27, 2017 In his third […]
@JDylanBurke @CanucksArmy If you're the GM, and you pick 4th overall, who do you take if Patrick, Hischier, and Vilardi are gone. — Edward (@eddya52) March 27, 2017 I’ve been fairly consistent for the last few weeks about Owen Tippett as the third best prospect in this draft, by my estimation. I’m starting to waiver […]
The Nation Network Notebook is a regular feature that rounds up interesting news, stories, and rumours from around the NHL that don’t quite deserve their own article.
Adam Lowry Scores Go-Ahead Goal Late to Bury Canucks for a 2-1 Jets Win Running on the high of Saturday’s victory and all the fanfare it engendered, the Canucks visited the MTS Centre to face the Winnipeg Jets and conclude their Central Division swing. For the fourth straight game, Vancouver opened the scoring, as an […]
First Jack Skille, now Troy Stecher. Earlier in the first period vs. the Jets, Stecher fell into the boards on what looked to be a harmless play. Brandon Tanev was the opposing Jets player with whom Stecher was tangled up with. He returned after missing a shift, but then left once again. If I had […]
Weekly Features Stick Taps (Matthew Henderson) Power Rankings: Hair Edition (Grainne Downey) Monday Mailbag (J.D. Burke) What Would You Do Wednesday (Jackson McDonald) Roundtable (Matthew Henderson) Babych Please (Grainne Downey) Canucks Army This Week Consolidated Draft Rankings for the 2017 NHL Entry Draft (Jeremy Davis) Nobody Benefits from Jayson Megna’s Exorbitant Ice Time (J.D. Burke) […]
Riding high after a huge win over the Wild, the Canucks go north to take on the Winnipeg Jets for Hometown Hockey. Neither the Jets nor Canucks will make the playoffs this year so it will be a straight up Smythe Division showdown tonight. The hype has obviously died down since Brock Boeser made his debut […]