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Vancouver, BC - The Vancouver Canucks, in partnership with the National Hockey League (NHL), are pleased to announce that a Live Game app is now available. The Live Game app, powered by Rogers, allows fans in British Columbia and Yukon Territory...
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Vancouver Canucks blogger C-Mac tells us The Vancouver Canucks already received three pretty great gifts this year. Here is the official 2011 Canucks Christmas Gift List, A jet pack or oversized novelty rocket to strap onto the back Of Andrew Alberts, An IOU ice time coupon from Alain Vigneault for Keith Ballard. What do you wish for the Canucks for Christmas?
Vancouver, B.C. – Vancouver Canucks President and General Manager Mike Gillis announced today that the Canucks have re-assigned right wing Mark Ma...
As a Bruins fan, I grew to hate the Sedin brothers during last year’s Stanley Cup Finals. Maybe I was annoyed by the Game 7 guarantee Daniel Sedin made or the fact that he refused to stick up for himself while Brad Marchand repeatedly socked him in the face. It could also be the unmatched lameness of the Daniel and Henrik Sedin combo jersey that has turned me into a Sedin-hater...
Our man Kevin V. is back with another edition of the Vancouver Canucks Notebook. Wednesday What a week. Controversy erupted Wednesday after Detroit's Niklas Kronwall levelled Ryan Kesler with one of his signature body checks, causing Kesler to skate after Kronwall despite the presence of two referees between the two players. The radio shows have had lots to talk about this week.
Free NHL Betting Odds & Picks on the Calgary Flames vs. Vancouver Canucks Friday night matchup. The Canucks are -237 road favorites. The over/under is set at 5.5. They beat the Wings last night. Now Calgary heads right back on the road, kicking off a 7 game road trip vs. the Canucks. Henrik Sedin sits second in the league with 40 points, brother Daniel Sedin is right behind with 39 points.
Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 34 matchup between the Detroit Red Wings vs. Vancouver Canucks. A 4-2 Vancouver win. Vancouver got 1st-period goals from each of its top 3 lines, with Chris Higgins and Cody Hodgson scoring 21 seconds apart. The 3 stars were Alexander Edler, Roberto Luongo, and Jannik Hansen. Luongo got the win for the Canucks.
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win over the Detroit Red Wings. Mike Gillis has made no secret that he hopes to emulate the Red Wings model and really the only thing separating these two franchises right now is the minor detail of Cup wins. Wednesday Alex Burrows, Roberto Luongo, Cody Hodgson and Jannick Hansen had huge games.
Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 35 matchup between the Calgary Flames vs. Vancouver Canucks. A 3-1 Calgary win. The only Vancouver goal on the night came from Dan Hamhuis who fluttered a wrist shot from the point that beat Leland Irving off the right post. The 3 stars were Leland Irving, Alex Burrows, and Curtis Glencross. Roberto Luongo took the loss for the Canucks.
Craig Custance and Pierre LeBrun discuss another controversial hit, a confounding move by a certain coach and the high-flyin’ Canucks.
Custance: The most intense game of the night came later between the Red Wings and Canucks, a matchup I’d love to see rekindled in the playoffs. Lots of debate about Niklas Kronwall’s hit on Ryan Kesler. Kronwall clearly left his feet, but it...
Mancari scores 2 in 1st game back from short stint with CanucksBeing returned to the Wolves didn't cool off Mark Mancari.
On Thursday night against the Detroit Red Wings, Daniel Sedin of the Vancouver Canucks inadvertently revolutionized the dump into the zone with, ahem, a heads-up play:
Hey, that's using your head! That's how you get a head in this business. The Canucks are heading in the right direction. Vancouver is always playing head games with its opponents. (C'mon, eight more and...
ANDY LEFKOWITZ STATS Writer Thanks largely to Henrik Sedin and Roberto Luongo, the Vancouver Canucks are in position to take over the lead in the Northwest Division.
Curtis Glencross, meanwhile, is making sure the Calgary Flames don't fall farther back in the Western Conference race.
The surging Canucks try to extend their dominance of the Flames on Friday night at Rogers Arena...
Daniel Sedin, I don't know who you are, but I am impressed with your ingenuity with the art of passing.