Vancouver Canucks: Eddie Lack Stands Tall To Record First Win
The Vancouver Canucks don’t have to worry about goaltending controversy being the storyline for their time during the 2013-14 season. Cory Schneider is gone, and there is no longer any doubt that this is Roberto Luongo‘s team and he will […]
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Roberto Luongo Has Last Laugh Despite Defeat to Vancouver Canucks
Sunday afternoon’s ice action featured a beast of a must-see-TV matchup. Ever since the Vancouver Canucks shipped goaltender Roberto Luongo out of town, the hockey world’s rooting interest (including a good chunk of Vancouver citizens) has inherited a Florida Panthers‘ […]
Awful Collapse to New York Islanders Should Signal the End for Vancouver Canucks Coach John Tortorella
Heritage Classic Drama Eventually Brought End to Roberto Luongo’s Time with Vancouver Canucks
Arguably one of the biggest stories with this year’s NHL trade deadline was that of Roberto Luongo and the Vancouver Canucks. The Canucks had spent the past few years trying to rid themselves of Luongo’s monster contract, which lasts until […]
Should Vancouver Canucks Trade Ryan Kesler or Respect His Wishes to Stay?
With NHL games back in full swing after the Olympic break, the craziness that comes from the upcoming trade deadline is at a fever pitch. Rumors are spreading like wildfire about possible deals, and they’ll continue to do so until […]
John Tortorella Must Turn Vancouver Canucks’ Season Around
The Vancouver Canucks lost again tonight, now dropping to 28-22. That record is good for the eighth seed in the Western Conference as of right now, but the Canucks won’t make the playoffs the way they have been playing lately. […]
Chicago Blackhawks Face Evenly Matched Vancouver Canucks Tonight
The NHL schedule is similar for every team with road trips, homestands and varying difficulty all being a part of the ebb and flow that goes into an 82-game season. For the Chicago Blackhawks, however, nobody within the organization could […]
Vancouver Canucks’ Win Against Phoenix Coyotes Brings Hope
The beginning of 2014 has not been very kind to the Vancouver Canucks. Coming into tonight’s game against the Phoenix Coyotes, the Canucks had lost eight of their 11 games in January. These losses include two losses to the NHL leading Anaheim Ducks, two losses […]
Vancouver Canucks: Head Coach John Tortorella To Face Discipline For Actions Against Calgary Flames?
Calgary Flames-Vancouver Canucks Rivalry: True Colors Shown in Line Brawl
In normal NHL games, there’s maybe a maximum of three fights in the entire game. In Saturday’s clash between the Calgary Flames and the Vancouver Canucks, the opening seconds of the came showed the rivalry’s true colors with a full […]