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The Game According to Twitter: Canucks 2 vs. Flames 1

The Game According to Twitter: Canucks 2 vs. Flames 1

The Canucks scored 2 goals in a game AND won? [email protected]: Canucks Win, Canucks Win pic.twitter.com/cUqRbMFkuv”……good one!!!! Lol #TGATT — BC HAWK FAN (@BCHAWKFAN) March 9, 2014

Game Day Preview Canucks vs. Flames: Has Torts Lost The Room?

Game Day Preview Canucks vs. Flames: Has Torts Lost The Room?

The line brawl between the Vancouver Canucks and the Calgary Flames that started their last game. (Photo credit: nhl.com) After an embarrassing 6-1 loss to the Dallas Stars on Thursday night, the Vancouver Canucks return home for a two-game home-stand. They’ve only been away for a week, but, man, has so much happened since the last time they were in town. It’s hard to believe that the Ryan Kesler trade saga, the Heritage Classic goaltending fiasco, and Roberto Luongo’s subsequent trade to the Florida Panthers at the trade deadline all happened in the last week. Welcome home, boys. March 8...

The Game According to Twitter: Canucks 1 at Stars 6

The Game According to Twitter: Canucks 1 at Stars 6

This pretty much sums up last night’s 6-1 ass-kicking to the Dallas Stars. Is the nightmare over yet? #Canucks #TGATT — Elmee Garner (@giggling_elms) March 7, 2014

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CHB Countdown: Top 5 Reasons Why Keeping Ryan Kesler Was a Good Thing

There are no reasons. HAHAHA! …………….. I’M KIDDING, of course. Chin up, kids. Sure, we’re all a bit shell-shocked at the events that have (or have not) transpired over the past two days but let’s take a deep breath and try to find a silver lining. I’m not going to talk about potential deals. I’m not going to talk about draft picks. I’m not going to talk about prospects, hearsay, speculation, fairy dust. I’m going to talk about what Ryan Kesler, personally, brings to a team with oh so many holes in it. Let me remind you that, without Kesler,...

Game Day Preview Canucks vs Stars: What You See Is What You Get

Game Day Preview Canucks vs Stars: What You See Is What You Get

The NHL trade deadline has come and gone, but you can’t say Canucks fans are clearer about the direction this team is going. Sure trade clouds are no longer looming over the dressing room, and the team you see now is the team you’ll see for the remainder of the season, but can you really see any better what bodes ahead for this group? Maybe the players can revert their attention back to playing hockey. Maybe they’ll actually string together a few wins and inch back up the standings. Maybe they can start scoring more than a goal a game....

The 2014 NHL Trade Deadline Day According to Twitter

The 2014 NHL Trade Deadline Day According to Twitter

Rebuild? Reset? Retool? I feel like going thru a rebuild is a lot like becoming single again. At first it's all exciting and then you realize it sucks. A lot. — Matt Lee (@mattlee980) March 4, 2014 Buckle up, Canucks fans.

Clay’s Canucks Composition: End of the Road (We Thank You, Lu)

Clay’s Canucks Composition: End of the Road (We Thank You, Lu)

After eight memorable and exciting seasons with the Vancouver Canucks, goaltender Roberto Luongo was traded to the Florida Panthers on March 4, 2014. Thus, Marie Hui and I wanted to bid Bobby Lu a proper farewell.  Inspired by Boyz II Men, we proudly present our version of their smash hit “End of the Road”. Make sure you get to bridge of the song at the 3:11 mark…you won’t be disappointed.

Our Favorite Luongo Memories

Our Favorite Luongo Memories

Younger fans might not remember the absolute misery the Canucks had in goal after Kirk McLean stood between the pipes. Roberto Luongo was the franchise’s first superstar goaltender.

Thank you, Lu!

Thank you, Lu!

When Bobby Luo took to the ice during the Canucks’ open scrimmage a couple of days ago, it seemed fitting that fans would rain “Luuus” on him one more time.

Deja Vu for Bobby Lu

Deja Vu for Bobby Lu

  Much has been made of Roberto Luongo’s plight here in Vancouver in recent years.  Starting with the Stanley Cup Finals in June 2011, it’s been two and a half years of turmoil, tension, and drama. The Luongo saga took yet another fascinating turn this past weekend when Eddie Lack was named the starter for Sunday’s Heritage Classic game at BC Place versus the Ottawa Senators. Lack played the first game coming out of the Olympic break, shutting out the St. Louis Blues 1-0 on Wednesday night.  Made sense given that Luongo returned to Vancouver from Sochi just a couple...

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