Canucks Game Preview
Finally, some mercy for the beleaguered. Not too much, mind you.
An admirable 3rd period comeback, but still another loss as the Canucks trudge onward.
Get on with it so we can get over it.
Another opportunity to get demolished by the greatest one line team in the history of the NHL? Cool. Cool.
4 of the next 5 games against the Flames? I’m sure everything will be fine and there will be absolutely no silliness whatsoever.
Who’s ready for some meaningless hockey?
Which one of you asked "Can this season get any stupider?" because honestly you should all know better than this by now?
The Canucks can be officially eliminated from the 2021 NHL Playoffs tonight. Thank dog for small mercies.
Pretty sure we can just hit repeat on yesterday, because it’s probably gonna end the same tonight.
The losses and injuries continue to mount. Perfect timing to have to face Connor McDavid 4 times over the next 6 days, right?
The season from hell plods on...
We’ve seen a lot of demoralizing, soul-crushing losses over the years, but last night’s might have been one of the worst.
Still hopeful they can make a play for that last spot in the North Division, the Canucks are running out of opportunities to make it happen.
4 games in 6 nights on the road seems bad. Is that bad?
If your playoff hopes go from "They could just pull this off!" to "That pretty much seals their fate!" on the basis of one loss, you might have been overly optimistic.
With Edler suspended, an already hobbled back end is going to be the focus tonight. Also, they still shouldn’t be playing. A win Sunday doesn’t change that.
Almost a month since they last took the ice, the Canucks, still recovering from a horrendous COVID outbreak, are forced to return to take on the Toronto Maple Leafs.
After a late fumble that coughed up another point, J.T. Miller does it again in OT to salvage another brilliant Demko performance.
Silver linings and dark clouds or something like that. What if your team went on a good run and it still didn’t help them get out of the hole they dug themselves?
J.T. Miller’s OT heroics bailed out the Canucks from throwing away another stellar Thatcher Demko performance. Maybe they should actually show up tonight and not take any chances?
4 games in 6 nights, the last 2 a back to back in Montreal for the Canucks as they kick off a week long Eastern road swing.
After another putrid performance against Montreal, the Canucks host the Oilers before heading off to Ottawa and... Montreal.
Three in a row for the Canucks as they get set to take on the Habs in the middle of the gosh dang night*
The Canucks have won three of their last four, including a sweep of the Leafs, so they must be feeling pretty good about themselves. Naturally, the Habs are back to put an end to that nonsense.
The halfway point has arrived, and the Canucks have plenty of time to fix this mess, according to the guy who’s asking you for another 2 years of patience.
After another disappointing loss, the Canucks head back home to take on the best in the North. How they’re approaching it is a little confusing.
A fantastic performance, but one that leaves us with the question: Are the Canucks better than they’ve shown, or are the Jets worse?
With home ice no longer an advantage, the Canucks head off to the location of one of their meagre wins this season, as they take on the Jets in a back to back to start March.
Drastic line-shuffling is next on the agenda, as the team who have won 2 of their last 12 try to end the month on a positive note.
The halfway mark of the season looms, and the Canucks continue to give up points. Tonight, it’s the Edmonton Oilers in the first of two straight in Vancouver.