With Jacob Markstrom injured, the Vancouver Canucks swung a trade for New Jersey Devils backup goalie Louis Domingue. Here’s what it means. In a completely unexpected turn of events, the Vancouver Canucks acquired backup goalie Louis Domingue from the New Jersey Devils, with fellow netminder Zane McIntyre heading the other way.
Thatcher Demko #35 of the Vancouver Canucks shows off his suit lining as he walks to the Canucks dressing room before their NHL game against the Boston Bruins at Rogers Arena February 22, 2020 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Each week, I will be featuring the Vancouver Canucks’ top three prospects. Here’s a look at who stood out in week 23. The prospect pool of the Vancouver Canucks remains one of the best among NHL teams despite trading away one of their top five in Tyler Madden.
The Vancouver Canucks and Jacob Markstrom have yet to reach a contract extension. What would a fair deal look like to keep him on the west coast? Vancouver Canucks netminder Jacob Markstrom is getting better with age, and the pending UFA is more than deserving of the first long-term deal of his career.
When the Vancouver Canucks acquired JT Miller at the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, it seemed clear that general manager Jim Benning signaled to the rest of the league they were all-in; it was playoffs or bust for this group in the 2019-20 season.
The Canucks made their big acquisition of trade deadline season by trading for Tyler Toffoli on Monday evening, but they still could have a few tricks up their sleeve before the official deadline tomorrow.
Don’t look now, but the trade deadline is coming up fast and the Vancouver Canucks are still a prominent team in the rumor mill. Despite making a big move earlier in the week acquiring Tyler Toffoli from the Los Angeles Kings, general manager Jim Benning is still on a mission to improve his team as the playoffs get closer and closer.
The Canucks got their revenge tonight by ending the Bruins five-game winning streak with a 9-3 victory on Hockey Night in Canada. The Canucks took advantage of the Bruins after they helped them out last night by defeating their Pacific division rival, the Flames.
Now that we know Brock Boeser will likely be out the rest of the regular season, the Vancouver Canucks need to have players step up in his absence. Despite having just two points in his previous 11 games before the injury, he was a productive piece of the offence and key part of the top-six.
by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post The Vancouver Canucks are 7-3 in their last 10 home games against the Boston Bruins. The Canucks hope to keep this trend alive with another home win over the Bruins on Saturday night.
The Vancouver Canucks finish their six-game homestand tonight against the league-leading Boston Bruins. Here is your gameday preview. There’s no denying that the Vancouver Canucks have missed out on several prime opportunities during their six-game homestand.
Just a few dozen hours before the 2020 NHL Trade Deadline, the Vancouver Canucks find themselves in an interesting position. They’ve already closed down one big midseason acquisition in Tyler Toffoli, a move that seemed to signal that Jim Benning and Co.
Utica Comets Post-Game Report Game #54 Utica Comets at Belleville Senators Friday, February 21st, 2020 7:00 pm Eastern/4:00 pm Pacific Pre-Game Pre-Game Predictions From Twitter Post-Game Scratched Today For Utica Vincent Arseneau: LW/RW – Lower-body injury, (hip surgery) out for the season.
There is no shortage of rumours surrounding the Vancouver Canucks ahead of Monday’s trade deadline. Here’s the latest. Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning made a big splash when he traded for Los Angeles Kings forward Tyler Toffoli on Monday, but he may not be done shopping.
Utica Comets Pre-Game Game #54 Utica Comets at Belleville Senators Friday, February 21st, 2020 7:00 pm Eastern/4:00 pm Pacific The 28-20-3-2 Utica Comets hit the road to Belleville to take on the 34-15-4-1 Senators, (Ottawa affiliate) for game number 54 of the season today at 7:00 pm Eastern/4:00 pm Pacific.
This post does not represent good news for the Vancouver Canucks. Already there had been word that Micheal Ferland was done for the season; then, this week, it was announced that Josh Leivo is gone as well.