Canucks Game Preview
A big test for the Canucks this morning, part three. Games before noon are stupid, though.
The Canucks look to rebound after a tough loss against the Panthers Tuesday night, but will have their hands full with the defending Cup Champion Lightning.
Another pause, another round of postponed games, and then headfirst into one of the toughest road trips they’ve faced in years. 5 games against 5 of the top 6 teams in the NHL. No big deal, right?
The streak is over, but the Canucks are still clawing their way out of the hole they dug for themselves. Time to ring in the new year in the Emerald City with a visit to the Kraken.
The Canucks go for the California sweep tonight as Jaroslav Halak leads the Canucks into LA to take on the Kings, looking to win their 8th straight game.
Thirteen days after winning their sixth straight, the Canucks return to action, but with COVID continuing to wreak havoc across North America, it’s unsure how long it’ll be before the next shutdown.
The Canucks head to the Bay Area looking to extend this improbable win streak to six games as they take on the Sharks tonight.
With COVID still lurking over everyone’s shoulders, the Canucks try to keep moving forward as they host the Blue Jackets.
The Canucks look to win three in a row for the first time this season as they host the Jets.
Do-over? Do-over. And do something about that Marshmont guy while you’re at it.
New coach, who dis?
Winning two in a row against two of the worst means absolutely nothing. Win tonight and maybe we’ll talk.
The Canucks are finally out of the wretched hell that most of us know as November. One more on the road before heading home for eight of their next nine games.
Watch this one be the only game the Canucks win on this Gawd-forsaken road trip.
The Magical Misery Tour makes its way to Columbus, Ohio because no one really wants to go to Cleveland unless they absolutely have to.
The Canucks head East for five starting out in Pittsburgh as they take on Sidney Crosby and the Penguins.
With the losing streak over, the Canucks actually find themselves in a perfect position to head out for a road trip with a win streak going as they host the Hawks.
After that oh-so reassuring chat from Jimbo, I am sure everything will be okay now.
There will be responses tonight, but which one is the loudest and most meaningful remains to be seen.
The Canucks are coming off probably the worst loss of Jim Benning’s tenure as General Manager as they head into Vegas tonight. Anything less than a dominant win is simply not good enough.
3 games in 4 nights on tap for the Canucks starting in the Mile High City as they take on the Avalanche.
The home stand comes to a close tonight in a big Pacific Division battle against the red hot Anaheim Ducks.
The power play sucks. The penalty kill sucks. And Elias Pettersson? His output thus far sucks. Something has to change starting tonight.
A big game for the Canucks tonight as they look to build off a big come from behind win on Tuesday.
In the midst of a three game losing streak all on home ice, the Canucks hope that a new month means different results as they host the New York Rangers.
They haven’t seen each other since the Canucks ruined the Wild’s playoff hopes in the spring of 2020. Not a bad choice for the first home game in front of a full house in over a year and a half.
A big night South of Vancouver, as the Kraken host the Canucks in the first home game for the NHL’s newest franchise.
The discontent is thick in the air of Canuck Nation. After a completely embarrassing, unacceptable loss, there best be a statement made from this team tonight.
It’s off to Upstate New York for the fourth of six on the road to start the season as the Canucks take on the surprising Sabres.
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.