After a messy 60 minutes that could roughly be called a “game” against the New York Rangers on Saturday, the Canucks look to redeem themselves against the Dallas Stars. Lizz Moffat recaps the game in your tweets.Click here to read more.
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As the Canucks adjust to new personnel on and off the ice, fans in this market are still not sure what to make of the team. Ultimately, the fans will speak with their wallets and it will be very interesting to see what the crowds at Rogers Arena are going to be like for the next few weeks. With your help, I’ve compiled the Top 10 Ways the Vancouver Canucks can start a new sellout streak.Click here to read more.
After the Tampa Bay Lightning shattered dreams of an 82-0 season, the Canucks begin a three-game road trip in Dallas against the Stars. Lizz Moffat recaps the game in your tweets.Click here to read more.
With the puck ready to drop for the 2014 NHL playoffs, a few of us at CHB make our predictions for the first round. At least with the Canucks not making it, we can make our picks with our brains, rather than our hearts. Well, mostly our brains. We flipped coins, drew straws and other things too. Western Conference Colorado Avalanche vs. Minnesota Wild Victoria: Avalanche in 5. This prediction is based on the real fear that if Minnesota makes it too far in the playoffs we’ll all fall into a coma. Most boring hockey ever. So come on Avs,...Click here to read more.
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, 2014Click here to read more.
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....Click here to read more.
Roberto Luongo was pulled from the net early in the third period of last night’s 4-1 loss to the Dallas Stars. It was a tough night for the Canucks’ netminder as he let in the 4 goals on only 19 shots in 42 minutes of work. Shortly after being pulled, the cameras caught Luongo on the bench making the above face. Was he replaying the goals in his head? Sucking on a sour candy? Fighting off a stomach ache? With the help of the Twittersphere, I was able to discover some possibilities. In fact, I received the highest number...Click here to read more.
Can we just look ahead to tonight’s game against the Chicago Blackhawks and forget the Canucks’ 4-1 loss to the Dallas Stars last night didn’t happen? Good grief, this is painful to watch. #canucks #TGATT — Helen Hughes (@HeHughes376) December 20, 2013Click here to read more.
(source: nhl.com) Vancouver Canucks (20-10-6) Dallas Stars (16-12-5) This is the second of three games between the Vancouver Canucks and Dallas Stars, with the Stars having beat the Canucks 2-1 in their first game on November 17th. The Canucks’ perfect December and 7-game win streak came to an end on Tuesday night when the Minnesota Wild beat them 3-2 in a shootout. Still, their 7-0-1 record in December has helped them move up to 6th place in the Western Conference. They’re now just 2 points back of the San Jose Sharks and St. Louis Blues, and 4 points back of...Click here to read more.
There are times when we wonder if the officials hold some sort of bias against the Canucks. Or, like last night in the Canucks’ 2-1 loss to the Dallas Stars, when a couple of questionable calls changed the complexion of the game, one nullifying a game-tying goal, we wonder if they’re just that incompetent. Officials to vancouver: neener neener neeeeeenrr! #tgatt — Clay B (@twitchy67) November 18, 2013Click here to read more.