Canucks announce 2009/2010 season schedule

J.J. Guerrero

Founder and Executive Editor of Canucks Hockey Blog. Proud Canadian, hardcore Canucks fan. I would like nothing more than watching the Canucks win the Stanley Cup. Against the Leafs.

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  1. Eric says:

    That post-Olympic road trip covers four time zones. Columbus and Detroit are Eastern, Chicago and Nashville are Central, Colorado is Mountain, and Phoenix is “Pacific” (daylight time having kicked in, but not in Arizona).

    And to complete this in eight days: that will be one tired team when they return to Vancouver.

  2. Eric says:

    That post-Olympic road trip covers four time zones. Columbus and Detroit are Eastern, Chicago and Nashville are Central, Colorado is Mountain, and Phoenix is “Pacific” (daylight time having kicked in, but not in Arizona).

    And to complete this in eight days: that will be one tired team when they return to Vancouver.

  3. Thanks Eric. My bad on the time zones.

    Regardless, the schedule at least seems to follow a logical travel route this season. There’s no New York to Minnesota to Pittsburgh kind of trips.

    Also, the total miles the team will travel was reduced significantly. (Am about to update this post with a link from another blog.)

  4. Thanks Eric. My bad on the time zones.

    Regardless, the schedule at least seems to follow a logical travel route this season. There’s no New York to Minnesota to Pittsburgh kind of trips.

    Also, the total miles the team will travel was reduced significantly. (Am about to update this post with a link from another blog.)

  1. July 16, 2009

    […] The NHL released all schedules for the upcoming season yesterday and again, the 2009-10 Canucks Schedule can be found here. […]

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