Wake With Elias
The daily look at news covering the Canucks, Comets and the rest of the hockey world. Best with a fresh cup of coffee.
The Canucks did what they had to in order to keep their slim playoff dreams alive, but didn’t get the help they needed on the out of town scoreboard.
Relying on help from other teams is never good, and the Dallas Stars are going to keep the Canucks from making the post-season because of this.
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 Canucks fall back to reality in the final game of their road trip, and the Senators announce the passing of owner Eugene Melnyk.
After his performance last night, Big D is actually Demko.
In a road swing that will essentially decide their playoff fate, the Canucks take on four of the Central Division’s top five teams over the next six days.
DoPS suspends the league’s top goal scorer, while Colorado starts to load up for a Cup run, and Brandon Sutter skates with the team for the first time since getting long COVID.
The Tampa Bay Lightning had no answer for Connor McDavid last night in Edmonton
If you’re gonna lose right now, you better at least get a point out of it, and the Canucks did that by getting to OT in a loss to the Capitals.
In the lead up to the trade deadline, there remain key decisions for Canucks management.
A second straight third period comeback win for the Canucks as they take the season series against the Leafs and more importantly, 3 of 4 on this Eastern road jaunt.
Wake With Elias- Mar 2, 2022: CCM Cuts Ties With Ovechkin, Others In Response To Invasion Of Ukraine
As the IIHF responds with further actions, hockey companies like CCM are addressing endorsement deals with Russian players like Alexander Ovechkin
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.
They put in an effort last night, but couldn’t hold off a well-rested Predators squad, also Team Canada starts its quest for Olympic hockey gold as the women take on Switzerland tonight.
Spencer Martin steals another point for the shorthanded Canucks, Allvin set to be introduced as new GM today.