As a generous group of fans, us here at CHB started to think of a way to give back to our loyal readers, listeners, and viewers and wondered what we could do to help up the ante a little? I mean, it is the holiday season and all. Well, our good friends at the Vancouver Canucks offered to help us out in the endeavour and proposed a wickedly awesome idea – lets put someone and their friend into a suite for a game! That’s right! We’re giving away a pair of prime 500 Level tickets to the Canucks vs. Jets...Click here to read more.
Who wants to win some Canucks tickets? Well, lets play a game, shall we?
Rules are simple, you solve the puzzle, you have a shot at the Canucks tickets. Feel like testing some of your Canucks knowledge? It isn’t going to be easy!Click here to read more.
Photo credit: canucks.nhl.com Is there a more exciting time of year here in beautiful BC than during the Canucks playoffs? The Canucks are trying to capture your excitement with a microsite – thisiswhatwelivefor.com – where fans can submit photos, videos and other media using Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and use the hashtag #TIWWLF, and then view them in the mosaic on the site. On the ice, the Canucks will try once again to chase Lord Stanley’s Cup. For those whose disappointing early exit against the Kings are still fresh on their minds, it’s a fresh start and another opportunity to give...Click here to read more.
If there was one thing clear about the Canucks early exit from the post-season, the lack of secondary scoring and production from the second line was a large issue. So it’s definitely worrisome that Ryan Kesler is still on the mend (with no schedule to return yet) from off-season surgery AND David Booth has encountered a temperamental groin, leaving him on the shelf for four to six weeks. So how do you replace two-thirds of your second line for close to a third of the shortened NHL season? This is where you come in. We want you to tell us...Click here to read more.
CHB is giving away five Stanley Cup Finals prize packages as part of Scotia Hockey’s See Stanley with Lanny contest.Click here to read more.
Chris Golden, CHB and the Rosedale on Robson have a pair of game 2 playoff tickets to give away to a lucky CHB reader.Click here to read more.
Wow. It’s still hard to believe that the Canucks have traded away Richard Loat’s favourite player, Cody Hodgson. And like much of the intertwined web of social media, we here at Canucks Hockey Blog have also seen ourselves transition through the five stages of grief over the deal: Shock – What do you mean he was traded? Denial – Liars! Until Bob McKenzie says so, Cody is still a Canuck! Anger – Damn that Bob McKenzie for saying Cody is a Sabre. Depression – Cody was the next Linden. Acceptance – Well, he’s gone. Guess we have to change our...Click here to read more.
This year’s Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada will be live from Prince Edward Island on Saturday, February 11, 2012. With the return of the Winnipeg Jets, SHDiC will feature no less than 4 NHL games involving all 7 Canadian NHL teams: 11:00 AM – Edmonton Oilers at Ottawa Senators 11:00 AM – Winnipeg Jets at Pittsburgh Penguins 4:00 PM – Montreal Canadiens at Toronto Maple Leafs 7:00 PM – Vancouver Canucks at Calgary Flames More on Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada on the official website. You can also join the Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada Facebook page and post your...Click here to read more.
Okay kids, after a couple of days off, the Canucks are back in action against the Columbus Blue Jackets tomorrow night. That seems like a good enough reason to have a little bit of fun and include the Canucks in it all. This is what I’m proposing: I’ve got two tickets to the game. One’s for me, and the other is for you. Now, I’m open to taking anyone to the game, but you’re going to have to work for it a little bit. Here are your instructions: The following players are arranged in a particular order: Sid Veysey, Robb...Click here to read more.