Troy Stecher got a chance in the lineup Sunday night for the LA Kings and made the most of it.
The Canucks refuse to die, in spite of overwhelming odds against them. This week we discuss the possibility of miracles, the playoffs as they currently stand and more.
The Habs vs The Lightning: Who ya got?
Next stop for Podz likely to be another step down to Russia’s U20 National junior team.
Are you more excited or worried about the Canucks in Round One?
6 games on tap today including the first elimination game of the 2020 Playoffs and the Canucks looking to get back in their series against the Wild.
Playoff hockey is (almost) back in Vancouver (sort of)!!!
The NHL Playoffs got underway with 5 Play-in Round games that featured a couple amazing performances, a couple huge upsets, and a couple big injuries.
Combining Canucks and Wild alumni rosters to create to most mediocre team in NHL history.
It seemed impossible at one point, but we are thrilled to say that hockey’s back!
With the (sort of, almost) playoffs set to start August 1st (weird, right?), we’re predicting who will win in the East.
Will any of our writers pick against the Canucks?
Meanwhile, TSN 1040’s Rick Dhaliwal sleeps with one eye open
The puck drops today for the first time in 4.5 months.
Nucks Misconduct Roundtable: Phase 3 Moves Ahead, Boeser Talk, The Future Of Jack Attacks And More...
Training camps are up and running, and so is the Canucks rumour mill as the Roundtable returns for another week.
Quinn Hughes and Cale Makar being announced as Rookie Of The Year Finalists was no surprise, but Dominik Kubalik’s nomination was.
Just hours before the 24 playoff teams open their training camps, word breaks in Montreal of multiple infections of Canadiens players.
With the return of hockey around the corner, it’s time for a little rosterbation.
His KHL contract expires on April 30th, 2021
There’s rumblings we might finally know where the NHL thinks they’re going to be able to hold playoff games.
There’s a lot of rumblings we can expect to see Vancouver and Vegas announced in the coming days as Hub Cities for the NHL Playoffs. And once again, Andrew Walker is stirring up shit, this time about the Class Action Suit against the Canadian Hockey League.
The PM supports Canadian bids for NHL Hub Cities, and what the holy hell are they doing in Buffalo???
Wake With Elias- June 15, 2020: Canadian Cities Not Out Of The Running To Host NHL Playoff Games (Yet)
There’s still a chance that Vancouver, Edmonton or Toronto could be a Hub City for the upcoming return of NHL hockey, but that all hinges of support from the Canadian government.