What’s a Blobber? Like A Clobber - but more clumsy
Canucks come home to re-group as they face Columbus
Back to earth for the Canucks, who got a rude awakening and a reminder they are definitely not the best hockey team in the Pacific Northwest on Wednesday. Tonight, they play host to the NHL’s worst team, and I am sure everything will be fine.
We wish we could tell you that the smoke has cleared, but this tire fire is burning bright, baby!
Andrei Kuzmenko has signed an extension, and It has implications for the roster moving forward.
New Coach Bump Is Over - We Thought It Would Never End
Tocc gets his 1st W in many many years - against a terrible team - must feel good.
The Rick Tocchet era begins with a game against one of the hottest teams in the NHL: The Chicago Blackhawks. Wait... what???
There it is. We loved you coaching us Bruce. You deserved so much better from this disrespectful management group.
I don’t even know where to begin, because this whole thing continues to get worse.
Lose the game in the 1st - wait a bit - comeback strong in the 3rd - just not too strong
Canucks President of Hockey Operations Jim Rutherford spoke with the media yesterday, and we have questions.
A miserable road trip ends on a high note despite the sad news of the passing of a Canucks legend. Now they’re home, ready to pay tribute to Gino Odjick and get another crack at the Tampa Bay Lightning.
The last stop on the January Magical Misery Tour is in Raleigh, as a tired Canucks team looks to avoid going winless on the trip against the Carolina Hurricanes. And a win here is crucial, because Bruce Boudreau’s job likely depends on it.
Another Game Lost in the 2nd - And Almost Recovered in the 3rd - Careful Planning Wins Lottos
The Magical Misery Tour heads south as the Canucks, fresh off another loss in Tampa, roll into Sunrise to take on the Panthers.
Tie the 1st - Lose the 2nd - Almost Tie the 3rd - Winning!
You really have to hand it to the Canucks and their ability to find new ways to lose games. The next stop on the Magical Misery Tour is Tampa, and I am sure everything will be fine in this one. Mhm.
We look at preseason point projections to break down the NHL’s biggest surprises.
These two players with falling stocks could perhaps use a change of scenery.
Score 4 Goals - Still Lose - Road CB Plan Going Well
As we near the halfway point in yet another frustrating season of watching this hockey club, it’s the same old story: Not good enough, and not bad enough for things to ever change. Anyway, they limp into Pittsburgh after another embarrassing defeat in Winnipeg Sunday.
It’s outdoor game season, so I ask, do you want to see one in Vancouver, BC?