Canucks Game Preview
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.
After a successful debut of new head coach Rick Tocchet against one of those teams that’s definitely not tanking according to Uncle Gary, the Canucks move on to take on the Kraken in Seattle. Will this be the night that they finally lose to the team down the road?
The Rick Tocchet era begins with a game against one of the hottest teams in the NHL: The Chicago Blackhawks. Wait... what???
I don’t even know where to begin, because this whole thing continues to get worse.
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.
The Magical Misery Tour heads south as the Canucks, fresh off another loss in Tampa, roll into Sunrise to take on the Panthers.
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.
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.
The Canucks are coming off an impressive win over Colorado as they start a 5 game in 8 night road trip in Winnipeg.
The Canucks are in the most difficult stretch of their season, and anything less than going on an absolute tear over the next 9 games means they can kiss the post-season goodbye.
Fresh off another loss, the Canucks return home after dropping two straight on the road, as the New York Islanders make their annual visit to Rogers Arena.
Coming off an embarrassing (for numerous reasons) loss in Winnipeg, the Canucks look to end 2022 with another win in Calgary tonight.
Fresh off a third straight win, the Canucks head to Winnipeg, and a chance for a little payback against the Jets.
The Holiday break is over and the Canucks are back at it, with the first of 3 games over the next 5 nights as they host the San Jose Sharks.
After a jaw-dropping performance from Elias Pettersson last night, the Canucks are off to balmy Edmonton to face the Oilers in their last game before the holiday break.
Sometimes, you can feel a loss coming from a mile away, and with the much-improved Kraken looking for their first ever win over the Canucks, well...
After serving up another pathetic effort on home ice, the Canucks look to get back on track as they play host to the St Louis Blues tonight at Rogers Arena.
After a shootout win in Calgary, the Canucks are back home for the first of three straight. Will they be without Elias Pettersson as they take on the Jets for the first time this season?
After another brutal performance Saturday against the Wild, the Canucks head to Calgary for their first meeting of the season against the Flames.
The hits just keep on coming, with injuries making much needed line combination changes even more of a challenge.
After a historic (for all the wrong reasons) the Canucks are ready for their home opener. Or are they? It’s starting to look like the only thing they’re ready for is selecting Connor Bedard first overall next summer.
As if things weren’t bad enough, the Canucks will try and wrap up this gong show of a season opening road trip against an opponent who’s always given them fits on the road.
Another night of humiliation for the Canucks, as they get trolled by the Caps, the on ice officials and the NHL Department of ‘Player Safety’. Can’t wait for more of the same tonight in Columbus.
It’s way too early to be this depressed about this team, isn’t it?
After a frustrating season opener against the Oilers, the Canucks head east for four games starting in the City of Brotherly Love.
The 2022-23 campaign begins tonight as the Canucks kick off the season with a five game road trip starting in Edmonton.