Welcome back, hockey fans! With the NHL’s Collective Bargaining Agreement finally all but finalized, preseason is reportedly starting this coming Sunday, January 13, and the regular season...
CANUCKS (1-1) OILERS (1-1) AT Time Thurs. 6:00 PM PST TV TSN Not much or any info out there yet about rosters for tonight's game. Jim Jamieson offered what could be considered a little bit...
Sorry to the youthful generation, it's from one of the cheesiest bands of my youth, Prism. And a fine example of CANCON at it's finest, as well. I can still remember being 18 at Commenwealth...
As we head into the 40th anniversary of the Vancouver Canucks, anticipation is seemingly endless that they're landed the pieces to finally push them to the next level. Of course 29 other teams are saying the same thing but it's nonetheless enjoyable to bathe in the hot springs of hopeless optimism before the freezing spray of the Siberian prison shower hose pulls us back to reality.
If Cody Hodgson wants to make the Canucks, it must start tonight against the Oil. Shake that rust off and prove the naysayers your back is tip top.
Vancouver finally got on the winning side of things this preseason by smacking the Ducks around last night. No rest for the wicked though as the undefeated Oilers welcome a mixed Canucks squad tonight at 5:00 PM PT.
Two weeks from now, it counts for real. Tonight however they're just looking for their first win of the preseason and some guys are hoping to impress the brass.
Asked why Rypien was scratched, the club said he had the flu. You may remember that the last time the team said Rypien had the "flu" (last October) he didn't get back into the lineup until the end of March.
Oh that's perfect timing. Jannik Hansen has been playing good hockey lately, and his tilt with Gilbert Brule was fun to watch, but this is unfortunate.
Thank goodness the preseason ends tonight. While it's been a great run for Vancouver (7-0-1) it means nothing and I think we're all itching for Thursday to get here stat.