Awful Collapse to New York Islanders Should Signal the End for Vancouver Canucks Coach John Tortorella
Hide your eyes. Just when you think it can’t get any worse for the Vancouver Canucks, things derail even further. After last night, the wheels are officially off the train. The Canucks carried a 3-0 lead into the third period […]
Vancouver Canucks: The Rise And Fall Of Zack Kassian
Vancouver Canucks forward Zack Kassian got off to a great start to the 2013 season, but then faded away for the team the rest of the season. The first seven games saw Kassian score five goals while playing on the […]
How Much To Blame Are Henrik & Daniel Sedin For Playoff Failures Of Vancouver Canucks?
Another year, another disappointment. For the second consecutive season, the Vancouver Canucks have failed to make it out of the first round, falling to the sixth seeded San Jose Sharks in a sweep. They’ve won just one game in the last two years in […]
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Vancouver Canucks: The Portrait of Desperation
After Robert Luongo up only three goals combined during the No. 3-seeded Vancouver Canucks‘ two home losses to the No. 6-seeded San Jose Sharks, the Canucks made a move that at the time did not seem desperate. In Game 3, […]
Vancouver Canucks are Swimming in Dangerous Waters
Regardless of what venue the game has been played at or which goaltender the Vancouver Canucks have had in net, the San Jose Sharks have completely dominated them in the series thus far. This three versus six matchup has become […]
Vancouver Canucks Continue To Allow Roberto Luongo To Serve As The Goat
Well, it’s time again for the Stanley Cup Playoffs, which means only one thing. It means it’s time for Roberto Luongo to come back to the forefront of the conversation. That three week break that came after the trade deadline, when Luongo […]
Derek Roy Acquisition Working Out Well For Vancouver Canucks
The acquisition of Derek Roy by the Vancouver Canucks prior to the trade deadline was an intriguing on a couple of different levels. It was a move that helped the Canucks to add some depth down the middle that they were lacking. It […]
Will The Vancouver Canucks Be Forced To Buy Out Roberto Luongo?
The Roberto Luongo saga is the story that just won’t go away for the Vancouver Canucks. Even as we prepare to head into the postseason with Luongo as the backup to Cory Schneider, the questions about his future continue to run rampant throughout the […]
Chicago Blackhawks Pushed Around by Vancouver Canucks
With 44 seconds remaining in the second period last night, Daniel Sedin took a long pass off the boards from his brother Henrik Sedin and scored a breakaway goal against Corey Crawford to make the score 3-0 in favor of […]