From the City Of Brotherly Love to the Motor City, the Canucks look to build off their first win of the season as they take on the Dylan Larkin-less Red Wings.
They don’t call it ‘The most dangerous lead in hockey’ for no reason, but it didn’t happen without help.
A Long Afternoon In Philly - that took more than an afternoon to settle.
Canucks go out to the east coast to try and a win.
After a hard-earned point in Edmonton, the Canucks are in Philadelphia to play the Flyers for the first time in 87 years,
Start badly, end not quite as bad. That’s not so bad.
The Canucks 2021-22 season starts with six straight on the road, beginning in Edmonton against the Oilers.
The Canucks are set to open the 2021-22 season tonight in Edmonton, while things got underway officially with a banner raising ceremony in Tampa, and the debut of the NHL’s newest franchise on the road in Vegas.
The former Oilers winger was invited to training camp on a PTO.
The Canucks preseason brought forth some intriguing storylines...
The 2021-22 season gets underway, and the Seattle Kraken will begin it with a handful of players in COVID protocol, plus a Brandon Sutter update, the Canucks announce their roster and more.
One last rehearsal before the season starts on Wednesday, as the Canucks and Oilers meet up again.
There are two players from the 2016 draft who haven’t cracked the NHL full-time with their respective teams. Would a change of scenery alter that?
Pettersson and Hughes are in the lineup tonight as the Canucks head to Edmonton for the first of three straight against the Oilers.
Penalty trouble + a third of their regulars out + a hot goalie = a bad night at Rogers Arena.
The Canucks new AHL squad is starting to come together, but that doesn’t mean their own roster is settled as there’s plenty of slots to fill.
A tough loss on the road, but we should probably expect a different outcome as the Canucks play at home in front of fans for the first time since March 2020.
After a long wait, it appears that Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes are back with the Canucks.
Is there time to squeeze in a couple more tryouts before the regular season begins?
The 18-year-old has looked good at Canucks training camp.
The Canucks beat the Flames, and Hamonic’s future is in question.
Fresh off a loss to the Kraken, the Canucks are home (sort of) to play a game in front of their fans (sort of) for the first time in a long time.
Report: Travis Hamonic is contemplating retirement. What does it mean for Pettersson, Hughes and the Canucks defence?
The opt-out deadline for NHL players is Friday.