Friday, April 25th, 2014

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 […]

The Vancouver Canucks did many things right in their past two games, at home against the Calgary Flames, and in their first road test of the season last Friday against the Anaheim Ducks. Winning key faceoffs, better puck support, and most important, clutch goaltending from new #1 Cory Schneider, all combined to make a 0-1-1 […]

On Saturday, January 19, 2013 there were millions of NHL hockey fans that woke up from a sleep that felt like Christmas Eve…the NHL season was officially open for business, and the excitement and anticipation was as high in Vancouver as any other city, as fans began to see how this year’s version of the […]

The final cuts have been made, and we all now know what the 23 man roster is for the Vancouver Canucks, on the eve of the long overdue beginning to the 2013 NHL season. To me, there was only one surprise to me on final cutdown day, and that was in seeing Jordan Schroeder being […]