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Jordan Subban Loses Battle With Door, Says He Now Looks Like Lloyd Christmas

Losing a tooth here and there is just another day in the life of a hockey player, but these casualties typically occur on the ice. But that wasn’t the case for Vancouver Canucks defenseman Jordan Subban, the younger brother of Montreal Canadiens star P.K. Subban and Boston Bruins goaltender Malcolm Subban. The 19-year-old lost a fight, but it wasn’t with an opposing player,...
Via NESN.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

5 Prospects that have a chance to crack the lineup

Almost Time! Vancouver Canucks potentials recently took to the ice against the Edmonton Oilers hopefuls as part of the Young Stars Classic in Penticton BC.  Over the course of the four-day event, the Canucks, along with the Oilers, Calgary Flames and Winnipeg Jets, will take to the ice for three games apiece, highlighting the future talent for each respective club. Let’s face...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jordan Subban knocked out his front tooth on a hotel door

Vancouver Canucks defenseman Jordan Subban, the younger brother of Montreal Canadiens star PK Subban, had one of his front teeth knocked out on Monday night. Typical hockey injury, right? Not quite. Subban did not take a puck or a punch to the face. The 19-year-old lost a fight with his hotel room door. He described […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Flames’ ‘Johnny Hockey’ Victim Of Ugly Hit By Canucks Player (Video)

Calgary Flames prospect Johnny Gaudreau was the victim of an ugly hit in an exhibition game against the Vancouver Canucks on Monday. The promising Boston College product was blindsided by an elbow from Canucks defenseman Frank Corrado. Corrado received a major penalty for the cheap shot and was ejected from the contest. Luckily, the Flames seem to have avoided a bullet as the exciting...
Via NESN.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jordan Subban smashed his face on a hotel door

If you’re not familiar with Jordan Subban, he is the younger brother of Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban and Boston Bruins goaltender Malcolm Subban. Or, as you may know him now, the Subban brother who looks like Lloyd from Dumb & Dumber. The youngest Subban, who is a defenseman in the Vancouver Canucks organization, had a little mishap during the NHL’s rookie tournament...
Via Next Impulse Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Geoff Courtnall On The Vancouver Canucks

from Katie Strang of ESPN, What happens in a hockey-crazed market when a hot start quickly dissipates into a dramatic downward spiral, highlighting a questionable coaching hire in the polarizing John Tortorella? You have yourself an offseason rife with upheaval, just like the summer of 2014 for the Vancouver Canucks. The brash and fiery Tortorella was axed after just...
Via Kukla's Korner
4 days ago  |  Discuss

2014-15 Vancouver Canucks Preview: Offseason Changes Won’t Result In Playoff Appearance

The Vancouver Canucks went through a disastrous 2013-14 campaign that saw them finish 12th in the Western Conference standings, which snapped the team’s postseason appearance streak at five seasons. As a result of the poor finish, Vancouver fired head coach John Tortorella and general manager Mike Gillis, and replaced them with Willie Desjardins and Jim Benning, respectively. The...
Via NESN.com
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Trevor Linden Talks Young Stars

Vancouver Canucks’ President Trevor Linden may have been used to two-a-days in his hockey playing years, but right now he talking about young stars at camps.Linden talks with Joey Kenward about the Young Stars tournament currently in progress below. The post Trevor Linden Talks Young Stars appeared first on Beyond The Benches.
Via Beyond The Benches
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Demand for Canucks tickets is way down: broker

We’re a week away from the beginning of the Vancouver Canucks’ training camp, but apparently there is no demand for tickets. A local ticket broker says business is way down. Compared to the same time last year, Kingsley Bailey with Vancouver Ticket says he has seen a drop of about 40 per cent and the only thing saving him right now is demand for tickets for the Seattle Seahawks...
Via Pro Sports Daily
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Sharp drop in interest for Canucks tickets

How are hockey fans in Vancouver responding to the team’s current rebuilding effort? Not positively, according to a report seen on News 1130. In an interview with a major ticket broker from Vancouver Ticket, interest in Canucks tickets has taken a sharp drop. The specific broker cites that drop being as steep as 40%. Here’s the quote from the broker: “Right now there is no...
Via Puck Drunk Love
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Sharp drop in interest for Canucks tickets

How are hockey fans in Vancouver responding to the team’s current rebuilding effort? Not positively, according to a report seen on News 1130. In an interview with a major ticket broker from Vancouver Ticket, interest in Canucks tickets has taken a sharp drop. The specific broker cites that drop being as steep as 40%. Here’s the quote from the broker: “Right now there is no...
Via Bloguin Best
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Would You Call This A Conflict Of Interest?

from Tony Gallagher of the Vancouver Province, When the Toronto Maple Leafs make their way out West in March and play the Vancouver Canucks, the game is scheduled for 4 p.m. locally as usual, but that should change. And for very good reason. While the following is a small, perhaps even niggling thing to some degree, it’s important. Over the past few years, that game...
Via Kukla's Korner
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Vancouver Canucks Depth Chart 2014 2015

Vancouver Canucks C 1. Henrik Sedin  2. Nick Bonino  3. Shawn Matthias  4. Brad Richardson  L 1. Daniel Sedin  2. Chris Higgins  3. Jannik Hansen  4. Tom Sestito R 1. Radim Vrbata  2. Zack Kassian  3. Alex Burrows 4. Derek Dorsett  5. Linden Vey  6....
Via Hockey Trades | NHL Trade Rumors
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Desjardins confident that Canucks can play fast

Willie Desjardins doesn’t think the Canucks are too old and slow to play the kind of up-tempo style that made them so successful in the past. In fact, Vancouver’s new head coach thinks the experience of his team’s aging core — comprised of over-30 players like the Sedin twins, Alex Burrows, Chris Higgins, Kevin Bieksa, and Dan Hamhuis — could help fulfill the franchise’s...
Via Pro Sports Daily
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Third-stringer Markstrom not playing sour notes

Anyone worried about Jacob Markstrom’s state of mind as he barrels toward an impossible situation with the Canucks can stop. Any indignities he’ll face essentially playing third rhythm guitar behind Ryan Miller and Eddie Lack in training camp and beyond is nothing compared to what he endured last year. Then, he was treated like a raw rookie as head coach John Tortorella refused...
Via Pro Sports Daily
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Uphill battle ahead of younger Canucks

In the middle of last week, Vancouver Canucks GM Jim Benning raised a few youthful eyebrows when he intoned that any young player making the team this year “would have to earn it.” After the many frustrations of witnessing what has happened with this team since the golden 2011 season, that statement — while largely obvious — was certainly open to interpretation, particularly...
Via Pro Sports Daily
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Dorsett looks to rekindle relationships with Canucks

You don’t play the game the way Derek Dorsett does without developing a few enemies along the way. Last season alone Dorsett had 12 fighting majors (preseason included) according to HockeyFights.com. Two of those fights came against the Vancouver Canucks. During a pre-season game last September, he dropped the mitts with Canucks defenseman Kevin Bieksa. Then during a regular...
Via Pro Sports Daily
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Dorsett looks to rekindle relationships with Canucks

You don’t play the game the way Derek Dorsett does without developing a few enemies along the way. Last season alone Dorsett had 12 fighting majors (preseason included) according to HockeyFights.com. Two of those fights came against the Vancouver Canucks. During a pre-season game last September, he dropped the mitts with Canucks defenseman Kevin Bieksa. Then during a regular...
Via Pro Sports Daily
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Ryan Miller's New Goalie Mask

If you haven't seen it yet, sweet mask. Exclusive first-look at the new #Canucks mask of @RyanMiller3039 #fancy #IsItOctoberYet pic.twitter.com/5MxmYKyOLg— Vancouver Canucks (@VanCanucks) September 3, 2014
Via Goon's World
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Sedins' twin engine remains Canucks’ power

There are always a number of constants with any NHL team as they pass from season to season, and with the Vancouver Canucks it seems it’s their dependence upon the Sedin twins. Certainly there is talk of Nick Bonino centering the second line. There will be some very gifted young players trying to break into a lineup full of veterans with one-way contracts. There are also a couple...
Via Pro Sports Daily
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Review and Preview: Vancouver Canucks

For a team whose promotional campaign is "Change Is Coming," the Vancouver Canucks appear poised deliver on those promises.#128294941 / gettyimages.comVANCOUVER CANUCKSRoster changes: IN: Ryan Miller (from St. Louis), Luca Sbisa (from Anaheim), Bobby Sanguinetti (from Carolina), Nick Bonino (from Anaheim), Linden Vey (from Los Angeles), Cal O’Reilly (from KHL Magnitogorsk...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Playoffs Or Not For The Vancouver Canucks?

Mark Spector of Sportsnet answered a few Twitter questions today regarding the Vancouver Canucks and this one is about the playoff chances for the Canucks. Vancouver missed the playoffs last spring for the first time in six seasons. They finished a miserable 12th in the West and 25th overall—down from third and eighth, respectively, the year before. Pick any team in any league...
Via Kukla's Korner
16 days ago  |  Discuss

There’s no salary cap on an NHL front office

One of the many things that have taken place over the summer with the Vancouver Canucks has come about quietly, but once again it shows how much the ownership wants to bring a Stanley Cup to this town. They have definitely gotten in their own way at times, but if you ever needed a more graphic demonstration of how much the Aquilini family wishes to succeed on the ice, you only have...
Via Pro Sports Daily
17 days ago  |  Discuss

The Big Front Office In Vancouver

from Tony Gallagher of the Vancouver Province, One of the many things that have taken place over the summer with the Vancouver Canucks has come about quietly, but once again it shows how much the ownership wants to bring a Stanley Cup to this town. They have definitely gotten in their own way at times, but if you ever needed a more graphic demonstration of how much the Aquilini...
Via Kukla's Korner
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Vancouver Canucks Season Preview

  The Canucks will be hitting the ice for the preseason in 3 weeks so today, I present the season preview for the Vancouver Canucks. What has to change? There are many factors that have to change for the Canucks to be successful this year. They already adjusted two problems in Tortorella and Gillis, but […]
Via The Hockey Report
17 days ago  |  Discuss
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