I’ve been planning this for a while and finally it’s going to happen. I’ve always wanted to go watch the Canucks play on the road, and I hope nothing more than to walk out as the winning fan. I’m heading to Calgary on Friday for the start of a Canucks weekend which includes a HNIC Tweetup and a roadtrip up to Edmonton to watch the Canucks play at Rexall Place as well. I’ll be in Calgary for the game Friday night and then Saturday there’s a “Canucks Crash Calgary” Tweetup I’m throwing at Melrose to watch the Canucks play the...Click here to read more.
Photo credit: Vancouver Sun The Vancouver Sun printed this hilarious picture from last night’s Canucks win against the Habs. Caption it and we’ll give away another pair of tickets for Saturday’s Open Practice; these tickets are in section 111, row 4 – that’s four rows from the ice. Post your caption in the comments; if you’d much rather tweet it, use the hashtag #CHB. I know it’s hard considering the nature of the photo, but please try to keep your caption somewhat PG-13. 😛 I’ll keep this contest open until noon tomorrow. [update: October 9, 2009, 12:58 PM] And the...Click here to read more.
Photo credit: Vancouver Sun Not that we’re pressing the panic button (yet) but there are certainly some troubling things ailing the 0-3 Vancouver Canucks. What would Mike Gillis do? What would you do? I shared my thoughts on this topic this morning and now it’s time you share yours. For your troubles, we’re giving away a pair of tickets to the Canucks Open Practice this Saturday at 11:00 AM. The seats are in section 118, row 1 – that’s ice level next to the benches folks! To get your name in the draw, let us know what you think the...Click here to read more.
Hat-tip to Nucks Misconduct for tonight’s lineup: Vancouver Canucks Mason Raymond – Ryan Kesler – Mikael Samuelsson Tanner Glass – Kyle Wellwood – Steve Bernier Darcy Hordichuck – Ryan Johnson – Matt Pope (currently blank) – Alexandre Bolduc – Michael Grabner Alexander Edler – Sami Salo Nathan McIver – Kevin Bieksa Brad Lukowich – Evan Oberg Aaron Rome Roberto Luongo – Cory Schneider Anaheim Ducks Josh Brittain – Saku Koivu – Corey Perry Kyle Calder – Andrew Ebbett – Teemu Selanne Ryan Donally -Todd Marchant – George Parros Matt McCue – Logan McMillan – Shawn Weller Scott Niedermayer – Matt...Click here to read more.
Photo credit: Canucks Fanzone In partnership with the Vancouver Canucks, the members of the Canucks Fan Zone – that would Richard, Alix and I, and Brian, Rebecca, John, Dave, Sean and Mike and other Canucks bloggers – are hosting the first-ever Official Canucks Tweetup. If you want to watch tomorrow night’s preseason game vs. the Anaheim Ducks with your fellow Canucks fans and debate Bure vs. Mogilny vs. Shirokov, Linden vs. Hodgson, or Raycroft vs. Schneider, come by The Hurricane Grill in Yaletown. The game starts at 7:00 PM but we’ll be there before that, hoping to meet some of...Click here to read more.
Kudos to Brian Comptom from NHL.com for sharing the Canucks’ roster and game sheet for tonight’s game: Don’t have much info as to who is playing for the Islanders tonight, as the game sheet I’ve been given basically includes every player who was invited to their camp. As for Vancouver, captain/goaltender Roberto Luongo is not here. The two goalies listed are Andrew Raycroft and Corey Schneider. Defensemen are as follows: Kevin Bieksa, Willie Mitchell, Aaron Rome, Brad Lukowich, Nolan Baumgartner, Yann Sauve, Shane O’Brien and Evan Oberg. Forwards: Dave Scatchard, Ronald Petrovicky, Jannik Hansen, Rick Rypien, Michael Grabner, Kyle Wellwood,...Click here to read more.
Okay boys and girls – it’s hockey pool time! CHB has set up a hockey pool on Yahoo Sports. If you have a Yahoo account, you’re free to join. It’s a rotisserie league, which means you’re ranked according to various statistical categories: In a Rotisserie League, fantasy teams are ranked from first to last in each of several statistical categories. Points are then awarded according to the order of finish in each category and are totaled to determine an overall score and place. I thought about doing a straight-up points league, but I figured the rotisserie set-up would be more...Click here to read more.
Hey all, I’m involved in organizing a charity run which benefits Canuck Place and I wanted to share it with you in hope that you’ll pass it on to as many friends of yours as you can and hopefully turn out for a beautiful run/walk for an excellent cause. The details are below and you can find everythin at the SeaWalk Run Website. 4th Annual SeaWalk Run Benefitting Canuck Place Children’s Hospice Time: 7:30am Date: May 31th, 2009 Start/End Point: The Village at Park Royal South. Breakfast: A runner’s breakfast will be waiting for you at the finish line Run...Click here to read more.