We'd all love a normal game right about now. The last 2 weeks have been nuts, but I have some bad news for you all: It's not going away any time soon. The Canucks are gonna continue playing teams that are out for blood: Tonight, it's the Oilers.
Yes, last night was great, and yes tonight is gonna be awesome, but here at Nucks Misconduct we've got something else on our minds. Tonight we're calling on you to help those devastated by Typhoon Haiyan as we raise money for the Canadian Red Cross.
After that bloody awful game Sunday in Columbus, the Canucks head to Long Island for a chance to was the taste outta their mouths against the Islanders. Shame Michael Grabner won't be in the lineup tonight.
After a well deserved point in the tie against the Penguins (that's right, I said tie. I no longer will recognize the legitimacy of shootouts) the Canucks find themselves in Columbus, Ohio. On purpose.
After a couple 4-1 losses at home, you can't blame the Canucks for wanting to get out on the road. The Canucks need a kickstart in a bad way, and it could come in the form of Jordan Schroeder, who makes his return to the lineup tonight in Philly.
Yeah, yeah. The rookie's had a hell of a first week or so. Let's not kid ourselves, the Canucks have to be a little more concerned about the sum of those parts than any particular one. The first real test of the John Tortorella era comes tonight.