The team’s advertising slogan tells us that We Are All Canucks.
Well, Andrew Alberts is a Canuck, but acknowledges that at times during this highly frustrating season, he hasn’t always felt like one.
It’s not that his teammates or coaches have treated him badly. It’s just that it’s hard when you almost never get to play.
“Yeah, the guys try to do a good job of trying...
The Canucks confirmed they’ll be without top defenceman Alex Edler for Friday’s game with the Phoenix Coyotes and possibly longer.
Assistant coach Glen Gulutzan told reporters following practice on Thursday at Rogers Arena that Edler, who appeared to tweak his right knee during Tuesday’s game in Nashville, is “out indefinitely” and was to be further evaluated later in...
Booth was banished to the press box
There’s a good chance he’s still smiling.
Hey everyone, I used to blog here on the Vancouver Canucks a long time ago. Well, long story short is that I’m back. Actually, it’s a short story and not entertaining or informative, so how about we just forget about it and pretend like I’ve been here the whole time?
It’s a good...
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NHL pre-season ended last night for the Vancouver Canucks and they have to be happy with how their team performed, especially their defense. The Canucks defense has been put into question over the last few years but it hasn’t been mainstream media because it was overshadowed by another story in the media. This season removes that distraction...
Although it seems as though no team in the World is really reaching out for Ilya Bryzgalov, it sounds as though one club wouldn’t mind having him on their roster. Former NHLer Sergei Fedorov, who now serves as the GM for the KHL’s CSKA Moscow, said he has, “left the door open,” for Bryz. CSKA Moscow will already have Ilya Proskuryakov, former Washington Capital Rastislav...
Tanev a must-sign
It isn’t ideal for a Vancouver Canucks team with Cup aspirations to be at an impasse with a important part heading into the year- ideally all of your core is healthy, in a good frame of mind and together for the start of camp.
The Vancouver Canucks took another step in having everything in place for camp by agreeing to a one year pact with RFA defenseman...
There’s video evidence to suggest unrestricted free agent defenceman Andrew Alberts can play the “more bite” game demanded by John Tortorella. But those clips are a little dated and a little faded.
Those heavy YouTube hits on Pavel Datsyuk, Sidney Crosby and Logan Couture — bone-jarring collisions that either denied those opposition forwards the blueline or forward movement...
Per a story on ESPN Insider this week that suggests that Canucks are looking to find a replacement for Andrew Alberts, Keith Ballard, and Aaron Rome.
Could they find that guy on the Islanders roster? Seriously? We'll see.
The player mentioned is Dylan Reese. (UFA (2.2 GVT))
Though the 27-year-old has played just 74 NHL games, all on the questionable...
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?
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Henrik Sedin and Andrew Alberts scored goals less than a minute apart in the second period and the Vancouver Canucks showed they still have a leg up on the San Jose Sharks, winning the first meeting between the teams since last year's Western Conference final 3-2 on Saturday night.
Manny Malhotra also scored and backup goalie Cory Schneider made 43 saves to lead the Canucks...
Via AP on Fox
November 27, 2011