The quest for gold in Edmonton continues as Canada faces Switzerland in the knockout round tonight.
JT Miller and John Scott were on a podcast together, and hot takes ensued.
The re-scheduled 2022 World Juniors are underway in Edmonton and Canada kicks off their quest for gold against Latvia this afternoon.
Success in the Pacific Division could hinge on goaltending. So who has it best?
The annual development camp is underway for the Canucks and Pacific rivals make key re-signings
It’s the first edition of Quinn’s Questions, where we ask you to pick who the best of Vancouver’s three Russians will be.
Taking a look at Brandon Sutter’s Long COVID recovery among other things this week.
Let’s have as much fun as we can with the 19th-best team in the NHL.
After their first attempt was dubbed ‘The Sprite Can’ by some, the Canucks appear to have a winner with a Johnny Canuck themed Reverse Retro jersey for next season.
The former Canucks winger is facing one count of sexual assault.
The first NHL Entry Draft and Free Agent Frenzy period for new GM Patrik Allvin and his crew has come and gone. We discuss how they did.
The 25-year-old played 30 games last season for the St. Louis Blues
The only two Californian goaltenders in the NHL are now with the Vancouver Canucks
The 27-year-old scored at a 32-goal pace last season.
The 25-year-old was impressive during a call up to Chicago in 2020-21.
The B.C. native is set to join is fifth NHL team.
The Canucks did qualify goaltender Michael DiPietro
The 208th overall selection was a consensus mid-round pick.
The big defenceman will play with a familiar NCAA team for Canucks fans.
The 17-year-old is one of the youngest players in this year’s draft.
The lanky centre dominated the US High School circuit last season.
The Canucks draft Jonathan Lekkerimäki at 15th as news broke across the NHL
The Swedish winger was considered one of the best pure goal scorers in the draft.
The draft and silly season is soon upon us.
How long until the Canucks’ depth chart is altered dramatically?
New Assistant coaches, and signings galore, and that means it’s time to gather the troops for a new Round Table.
Not many NHL forwards coming off of 46-point seasons ink deals north of $6 million per season.
It’s summer time, and as free agency and the 2022 NHL Entry Draft approach, here’s 3 questions we want your input on!