Photo Gallery: Canucks vs Flyers (01/12/2017)

The Philadelphia Flyers defeated the visiting Vancouver Canucks by a score of 5-4 in a shootout. Three Star Selections: 1st Claude Giroux (#28 PHI) 2nd Markus Granlund (#60 VAN) 3rd Jayson Megna (#46 ...

Canucks: Looking Forward

Henrik Sedin said it best at the Canucks' end-of-season press conference: "It's dangerous to just keep going year after year and thinking about getting a high draft pick. We've seen other teams not being succes...

Photo Gallery: Canucks vs Flyers (12/17/2015)

The Philadelphia Flyers shutout the visiting Vancouver Canucks by a score of 2-0 during regulation. Three Star Selections: 1st Steve Mason (#35 PHI) 2nd Jacob Markstrom (#25 VAN) 3rd Michael Raffl (#1...

Canucks: 5 Players to Watch This Season

Is it enough? I know I'm itching to get an answer to that question this season. All the moves the Canucks have made during the off-season - are they enough for them to improve upon their last playoff performanc...

Canucks: Not Exactly A Happy Ending

It wasn't exactly the best way to go out. After a fairly convincing win in Game 5 to prolong the series, the Vancouver Canucks proceeded to blow a 3-0 lead in Game 6 to the Calgary Flames, losing to a final sco...

Canucks Face Big Road Trip Without Key Players

The Canucks' defence corps is looking a little thin - there was no Alex Edler, Chris Tanev, Kevin Bieksa or Frankie Corrado on the Canucks' flight to New York on Tuesday for their first game in a five-game road...

Canucks: Four Good Things, Four Bad Things

The Canucks are now over half way through the 82-game 2014-15 season, with 37 more games left. What follows is four good things and four bad things about the Canucks and the way they have played so far this sea...

Photo Gallery: Canucks vs Flyers (01/15/2015)

The visiting Vancouver Canucks shutout the Philadelphia Flyers by a score of 4-0 during regulation. The Flyers went through two goalies as the starter, Ray Emery, was pulled after allowing 3 goals on 12 shots i...

Bigger, Better, But Blue(s)

So the Ryan Miller thing didn’t work out for them. The St. Louis Blues aren’t looking back. They’ve played three games this year, letting in just four goals in regulation and OT. On Thursday night against th...