2022 NHL Season
The Florida Panthers are in the Second Round for the first time since 1996, while the New York Rangers and Dallas Stars survive elimination threats in Game Six.
After a thrilling come from behind OT win last night, it’s on to Edmonton, where the Canucks still have a lot to play for as they take on the Oilers.
It’s Fan Appreciation night against the Kings, one last home game after falling just short of a miraculous run to the playoffs, as the Canucks end a tumultuous season with a home and away back to back.
The Canucks did what they had to in order to keep their slim playoff dreams alive, but didn’t get the help they needed on the out of town scoreboard.
The last week of the regular season is upon us and it’s time for the annual tradition of just trying to get through these last... wait, they’re still in it? And uh, about the goaltending...
This week we begin the dissection process on another lost season for the Vancouver Canucks.
It’s probably our fault for thinking it was okay to have hope again. That, or the Canucks are truly cursed. Maybe a combination of both?
Fresh off an absolutely stunning take down of the Dallas Stars, the Canucks head straight into a trap... game. Can they continue to get it done with their seventh in a row as they host the Senators?
The latest edition of The Biggest Game Of The Year has the Dallas Stars in town to take on the Canucks. Operation: Run The Table is in effect.
The Canucks are finding different ways to win, and tricking this wary and weary fan base into believing they can do the impossible. It is a trick, right?
Winners of three straight, the Canucks head into a massive game tonight against Vegas with a chance to creep closer to the post-season. And it’s Canucks For Kids Telethon Night, so give if you can!
The Canucks refuse to die, in spite of overwhelming odds against them. This week we discuss the possibility of miracles, the playoffs as they currently stand and more.
Relying on help from other teams is never good, and the Dallas Stars are going to keep the Canucks from making the post-season because of this.
After a short Southwest road trip, the Canucks are back home for five straight, starting tonight against the San Jose Sharks.
Coming off a huge night in Vegas, the Canucks face a trap game as they roll through the desert into Arizona for a game against the Coyotes.
With Poolman, Hoglander and possibly Boeser potentially done for the year and a stomach illness working its way through the dressing room, the Canucks are as good as done this season.
Harsunder breaks down the best and worst of the last 2 Canucks games as well as a concluding thought in his 35th feature of the Pro-Con-Clusion series
In light of a slim possibility of making the playoffs slipping from their grasp, the Canucks should do what is right and spoil the party for Vegas.
The Canucks can end March on a winning note as they host the Blues tonight, and need a win to keep their slim playoff hopes alive.
The Canucks fall back to reality in the final game of their road trip, and the Senators announce the passing of owner Eugene Melnyk.
A chance to finish with seven of eight points on an incredibly tough road trip as the Canucks are in St Louis to take on the Blues.
A seemingly impossible quest turns out nearly perfect for the Canucks as their march from the basement to the playoffs continues.
After his performance last night, Big D is actually Demko.
After taking three of four points in the first two stops on this four game Central swing, the Canucks head to Dallas for the next edition of The Biggest Game Of The Season™
In the biggest game of the year, the Canucks played their best game of the year, knocking off the league’s best. No time to rest on those laurels though, there’s another giant to slay.
Do or die time starts tonight, as the Canucks try to take on the West’s best in a desperate attempt to keep their playoff dreams alive.
Are you all in on Allvin? Rating the moves the Canucks made (and didn’t make) at the trade deadline.
In a road swing that will essentially decide their playoff fate, the Canucks take on four of the Central Division’s top five teams over the next six days.
A busy deadline day could see some of the day’s big moves overshadowed by one that gets rejected by the NHL.
Another disappointing first period effort in a must-win game all but closes the book on the Canucks playoff aspirations. No time to dwell, as we prepare for what could be an interesting trade deadline.
Thanks to totally crapping the proverbial bed against Detroit on Thursday night, the Biggest Game Of The Year is even bigger. Back to back games starting tonight against the Flames.