The Canucks begin their preseason slate tonight as they take on the NHL’s newest franchise.
Canucks Nation weighs in on super important stuff that will totally determine what happens this season.
The Vancouver Canucks 2021-22 season starts with training camp, and did you hear that Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes aren’t there?
We’re getting closer to training camp as the rookies prepare to hit the ice tomorrow.
Wrist surgery again for Sidney Crosby will mean the Penguins starting the season without their Captain.
NHL’ers will head to Beijing later this winter as the NHL and IIHF have come to terms on player participation.
With Jason Dickinson locked in to a pretty decent deal, it’s time to focus on getting Pettersson and Hughes re-signed.
A one year deal and a chance to prove himself.
I suppose that’s one way to rebuild your lineup...
After getting clowned for 2 straight games by Jacob Markstrom, Tyler Tofolli put up a hatty against the Canucks, but thankfully Brock Boeser and Bo Horvat saved the day.
After the not at all unwelcome news yesterday that the Canucks had waived Loui Eriksson, we should know the lineup today that will head off to Edmonton for tomorrow’s season opener against the Oilers.
All sessions at Rogers Arena are on hold after the team announced of a possible exposure.
The Vancouver Canucks officially begin training camp today at Rogers Arena, and are taking a look at bolstering their defence in the process.
Though it was painful to watch, the NHL and NHLPA have managed to strike a deal that will see a 2021 season. It’s still unknown where some of the teams will play, including the Canucks.
Wake With Elias- Dec 2, 2020: New Season Start Date In Question, Finland’s Liiga Goes On Pause And More...
With training camps soon to begin, questions are starting to rise about when or even if the next season is happening.
With rumours swirling that next season could include an All-Canadian division, how might that affect the Canucks?
Can the Islanders force a Game 7 tonight? Also, the Canucks broke Bill Guerin, apparently.
The 24 teams are in their respective bubbles as the NHL’s Return To Play plan heads to it’s next phase, with exhibition games beginning Tuesday.
Quinn Hughes and Cale Makar being announced as Rookie Of The Year Finalists was no surprise, but Dominik Kubalik’s nomination was.
Just hours before the 24 playoff teams open their training camps, word breaks in Montreal of multiple infections of Canadiens players.
There’s rumblings we might finally know where the NHL thinks they’re going to be able to hold playoff games.
Global BC’s Richard Zussman reported the news this morning.
There’s a lot of rumblings we can expect to see Vancouver and Vegas announced in the coming days as Hub Cities for the NHL Playoffs. And once again, Andrew Walker is stirring up shit, this time about the Class Action Suit against the Canadian Hockey League.
The PM supports Canadian bids for NHL Hub Cities, and what the holy hell are they doing in Buffalo???
Wake With Elias- June 15, 2020: Canadian Cities Not Out Of The Running To Host NHL Playoff Games (Yet)
There’s still a chance that Vancouver, Edmonton or Toronto could be a Hub City for the upcoming return of NHL hockey, but that all hinges of support from the Canadian government.
The NHL is going ahead with its plan to bring hockey back by moving to Phase 2 of their plan beginning Monday.