With Poolman, Hoglander and possibly Boeser potentially done for the year and a stomach illness working its way through the dressing room, the Canucks are as good as done this season.
The 2021-22 season gets underway, and the Seattle Kraken will begin it with a handful of players in COVID protocol, plus a Brandon Sutter update, the Canucks announce their roster and more.
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 so not used to NHL players actually speaking their minds, that it was shocking to hear the honesty of Miller calling into question the NHL forcing the Canucks to return to play.
I suppose that’s one way to rebuild your lineup...
What seemed like a game where we’d struggle to stay engaged got pretty interesting in the 2nd.
A slow month that allows their rivals to make up games in hand will pull the curtain back and reveal some truths...
There’s a lot to unpack after last night, a game that will go down as one of the most important losses this rebuilding team will have.
This is getting ridiculous...
Another key piece could be out tomorrow as the Canucks head to Vegas, so a call to the Comets is made
The latest on Elias Pettersson, Mike Matheson and other stuff that’s not as important.
It was the news that was feared when he returned to Vancouver at the start of this road trip.
Foot injury to Edler and a broken jaw for Sutter. Yikes!
Open door, Biega and Hutton
The Canucks are almost playing with a full deck versus the Leafs on Saturday