Canucks Game Review
After his performance last night, Big D is actually Demko.
The Captain comes through as the Canucks continue to defy the odds.
With Quinn Hughes out of the lineup, Oliver Ekman-Larsson steps up with a three point night in his first game against his old squad.
Elias Pettersson and Thatcher Demko lead the Canucks to another big win as Mission: Improbable marches on.
They couldn’t hold the lead, but sealed the deal in Uncle Gary’s Super Fun Trick Shot Contest with a Forsberg-ian delight from Elias Pettersson.
Multi point nights from Quinn Hughes and... Luke Schenn (?!?!) help the Canucks crush the cellar-dwelling Sens
Yeah, I am so done with style points, moral victories and searching for bright spots. This team is an unmitigated disaster and there is zero accountability.
The far better team settles for a single point as Gibson steals one yet again.
A big night for the Lotto Line and the power play as the Canucks get a much-needed win over Dallas.
The Vancouver Canucks continue to be the bane of my existence, the reason we’re all drinking more and the primary reason this team is losing games.
J.T. Miller did it to the Rangers again, as the Canucks battle back for a well-deserved OT win at home last night.
A big night in Seattle as the Canucks are uncharacteristically rude Canadian guests.
Conor Garland gives the Wings and their fans the vapours or something like that.
Penalty trouble + a third of their regulars out + a hot goalie = a bad night at Rogers Arena.
The Vancouver Canucks beat the Oiler5 on the strength of a big night from their top 6.
Josh Leivo gets the skills competition winner as the Canucks battle back from 3-1 down in the 2nd to take their 1st road win of the season over the Blues.
Wake With Elias- Oct 10/19- Tears Of A Clown: Doughty Whines After Canucks Smash Kings In Home Opener
An amazing home opener as the Canucks name Bo Horvat captain, then proceed to demolish the LA Kings.
Familiar problems as bad defensive plays and not enough scoring support bite the boys on the ass in a 3-2 loss last night.
A 4 point night for Elias as the Canucks score 4 on the PP en route to a 6-4 win over Ottawa.
The Canucks have been showing an offensive prowess we haven’t seen in years as the rack up another preseason win.
Brandon Sutter has a big night, and Canucks Nation has a moment after Quinn Hughes leaves the game after a high stick to the face.
A late comeback made it close but not enough in Victoria, while #ShotgunJake leads squad B to a come from behind win in Cowtown.
A 3rd period comeback on the last home game of the season? Sure, why not?
Before you even had time to ponder if we were going to have to sit through another shootout, Bo Horvat ended the game.
What seemed like a game where we’d struggle to stay engaged got pretty interesting in the 2nd.
Shutout for the 3rd time in 6 games, but we’ve got far more serious issues to deal with here, people.
The boys had themselves a day as the Canucks win their 2nd straight.
Gudbranson’s dirty hit leads to 3 Bruins PPG and a Canucks loss.