Schneider to start Saturday against San Jose

Leave it to Cory Schneider to gum up “the plan.” A little over a week ago, the Canucks young netminder – who is likely to be traded at some point in the next 10 months – got back-t0-back starts because […]

Ryan Kesler Tells Vancouver Media To Stop Critiquing Wins After Ugly Win Over Sens

If ever a win could be classified as “unimpressive” then the Vancouver Canucks’ 2-1 overtime victory over the Ottawa Senators Sunday would be in that class. Save for goaltender Cory Schneider and perhaps rookie forward Cody Hodgson, the Canucks – […]

Canucks’ depth to be tested

If there’s one thing Vancouver Canucks GM Mike Gillis has prided himself on since his arrival in town, it’s been the team’s improved depth throughout the organization – and the constant quest to improve it even further. And that depth […]

Rome channeling his inner Orr

Though the Vancouver Canucks continue to delight and frustrate their fans on a seemingly nightly basis – one night they’re great, the next not so much – one thing has overshadowed such inconsistently the last week: The play of defenceman […]

Canucks spend break in California

It’s not often teams get long breaks between games in the middle of the season – although the Canucks, more than most teams, have had some strange gaps in the schedule in recent years – but the team has not […]

Inconsistency stems from defence

The Vancouver Canucks’ troubles to start the season – the defending Western champs are currently 11th in the conference – are well documented and a result of a myriad of issues. At first, it was Luongo taking the brunt of […]

What to do with Mason Raymond

Speedy Vancouver Canucks forward Mason Raymond – who suffered a vertebrae compression fracture (ie: broken back) during last June’s Stanley Cup Finals against the Boston Bruins, is on the mend and has been working out and even skating on his […]

Canucks need to build off Washington win

Last week, we wrote about the importance of a potential Vancouver Canucks win over the Washington Capitals – not so much because it mattered in the standings, but because it could serve as a momentum builder of sorts. A win […]

Floundering Canucks need bounce-back game

One of the most overused terms in sports – aside from “giving it 110%” and “taking it one game at a time” is calling something a must-win game. Sure, there are real must-win games, like an elimination game during the […]

Canucks’ second line not nickname-worthy yet

The newest member of the Vancouver Canucks, left winger David Booth, will make his debut for his new team tonight, when the Canucks face off against the Edmonton Oilers. Booth will wear No. 7 – switching from the No. 10 […]

Canucks bolster second line with Booth pickup

Over the past few years – dating back to the 1998 Pavel Bure trade – it seems as though the only team the Vancouver Canucks are allowed to trade with are the Florida Panthers. That’s not actually the case, of […]

Is the window to win closing?

With news that Canucks F Mikael Samuelsson needs a “maintenance day” to rest his sore, old muscles just seven games into the season, it brings up something I’ve been wondering since about 15 minutes since they lost Game 7 of […]