Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

With nineteen games remaining in the compressed NHL Regular Season, the Vancouver Canucks find themselves in unfamiliar territory heading to the homestretch. The NW Division Title, a foregone conclusion the last few seasons currently belongs to the red hot Minnesota Wild, and the Canucks currently find themselves battered, bruised and in a sixth seed position, […]

Eighteen games into the 2013 season, the Vancouver Canucks have shown me two things so far that are of great relief and yet deep concern as a fan of this hockey club. When on their game, they are every bit as lethal and deserving of being regarded as one of the league’s best teams, and […]

Ryan Kesler: Photo: CBC.ca The record may only be 0-1-1 in the two games since Ryan Kesler made his much anticipated 2013 Vancouver Canucks debut, coming off of shoulder and wrist injuries, yet the effect he has already had and will continue to make is significant to the Canucks and their aspirations of chasing Lord […]

It is well chronicled what the Hawks have done to Vancouver in the postseason, and vice versa, and how that team, more than any, helped to polarize the goaltending position in the ‘goalie graveyard’ that is Vancouver. Against Chicago, Roberto Luongo became a mere mortal to many. A goaltender who could not win the big […]

Today’s blog is all about ‘three’. Three things to be encouraged by, discouraged by, and what needs to be improved, through three home and three road games this season. The Encouraging Signs As great a story as Zack Kassian has been, with 4 goals in 6 games, my number one most encouraging thing I have […]