Tonight, the Vancouver Canucks are hosting their 25th annual Canucks for Kids Telethon. And as we always do here at CHB, we are proud to show our support through a variety of Canucks-themed donations! Want to match a CHBer? Or set a stats pledge of your own? Leave us a comment! If you get it in before 4pm we’ll add it to the post. Let’s see how much CHB can raise!Click here to read more.
CANUCKS HOCKEY BLOG
The Vancouver Canucks and Los Angeles Kings both need the points and they don’t like each other to begin with. This is going to be one heck of a Saturday afternoon. Victoria Pattison Denault recaps the game in your tweets.Click here to read more.
Chris, Matt & Clay start off episode 52 of the C4 podcast by giving away a pair of Canucks tickets to a lucky listener. They also take a gander at tonight’s match-up against the Los Angeles Kings and ponder out loud whether Bo Horvat is the real deal or not. And as always, no podcast is complete without a little #AskCHB, #CHBHaiku and Zack Kassian.Click here to read more.
Did you hear the subtle sound of quacks downtown today? The Anaheim Ducks are in town! Lizz Moffat recaps the game in your tweets.Click here to read more.
In episode 51 of the podcast, Matt & Clay remind you about the huge contest giveaway of two tickets to see the Canucks and Blue Jackets on March 19! They also chat about the Canucks’ precarious playoff position and should they make the playoffs, what the roster should look like.Click here to read more.
After a brief hiatus, TGATT is back, just in time to see the Vancouver Canucks take on the San Jose Sharks at Rogers Arena. Lizz Moffat recaps the game in your tweets.Click here to read more.
Episode 48 has Clay and Matt talking about Eddie Lack (again) and what it will mean for him to fill the starter role as Miller is out with injury. And guess what, there’s also some love for Zack Kassian! All that and more in the latest episode of the C4 podcast.Click here to read more.
We need to talk about Kenins. Because, well, who isn’t these days.
Ever since 23-year-old Ronalds Kenins made his NHL debut with the Canucks on January 29th, he’s been a force to be reckoned with, recording 7 points (3 goals and 4 assists) in 11 games. Oh, and he’s also dished out 24 hits, which already places him 10th among Canucks forwards despite playing about 40 games less than the regulars.Click here to read more.