Tony Gallagher suggests the Canucks may not be all that good this year, but they'll certainly be fun to watch. Tony also likes the PP chemistry between Pettersson, Boeser, Horvat
by: Patrick Johnston — The Province 19h
Sven Baertschi showed Thursday night why the man in the pivot position is just as important.
by: Daniel Wagner — Pass it to Bulis 20h
We’re right on the verge of the real roster cuts. The ones that hurt. There are players that Canucks fans desperately want to see on the team that simply won’t make the roster, but are victims of asset management or just not ready.
by: Scott Rosenhek — Fansided: The Canuck Way 23h
After collecting their first win of the preseason, the Vancouver Canucks trimmed more from the training camp roster. You may be surprised by the number of ...
by: Canucks — YouTube: Vancouver Canucks Videos 23h
The next time the Canucks hit the ice at Rogers Arena, it'll be for keeps. For now, here's some sights and sounds from the pre-season victory over the Kings....
by: Utica Comets Official Website — AHL: Utica Comets 23h
On Wednesday, September 26, Season Ticket Members have their first opportunity to come back to the Adirondack Bank Center this hockey season for an exclusive kickoff event. The event, which runs from 5:30-7:30 p.m., will feature autograph stations an
by: Ryan Biech — The Nation Network: Canucks Army 23h
Another day and another round of cuts for the Vancouver Canucks. It was announced this morning that the organization has made 8 further training camp cuts. The full press release is as follows: Van…
HockeyBuzz.com - Carol Schram - Bo Horvat leads the way as Vancouver Canucks earn first preseason win vs LA
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 24h
Kings brought a much more physical game to the Canucks than they'd seen in their two earlier games this week. By game's end, they'd outhit the Kings 38-31. Quite simple. PT.
Canucks preseason: The pass origin story, the dekes and the play that dropped the Canucks jaws – The Athletic
by: Jason Botchford — The Athletic 21 Sep
Elias Pettersson was not the Canucks best player but he still made the game's best play.
by: Iain MacIntyre — Sportsnet 21 Sep
The Henrik Sedin retirement was not a hoax. It just looks like he’s still running the Vancouver Canucks’ power play – wearing a different number and with a better shot.