Thursday, April 17th, 2014

by Jason Kurylo When the Vancouver Canucks walk out of Air Canada Centre with two points, they are just doing what they should do: kicking a bad team when it’s down. The Toronto Maple Leafs started the year 4-0, but have foundered since. With the Canucks taking tonight’s game 5-3, the Leafs have now lost […]

by Jason Kurylo The Vancouver Canucks cancelled their morning skate this Remembrance Day, instead hitting the National War Memorial in Ottawa to honour war veterans. It was a classy move by the organization, one that generated positive press across Canada and positive karma inside Scotiabank Place. The Canucks bounced back from their lacklustre effort in […]

The good news – it was a night of firsts The Vancouver Canucks won their fourth consecutive game in Edmonton on Tuesday night, beating the young Oilers 4-3. With the win – the team’s first on the road so far this season – the Canucks have risen to the top of the Northwest Division with […]

By Jason Kurylo: A few thoughts on Tuesday’s 4-3 OT win over the Colorado Avalanche: Secondary scoring has officially started to chip in. Last night’s goal scorers: Ryan Kesler, Mason Raymond, Peter Schaefer and Jeff Tambellini. Although, come to think of it, can you call JT secondary scoring when he’s skating with the Sedins? The Canucks […]

Despite being bounced from the playoffs by the Chicago Blackhawks in consecutive years, the Vancouver Canucks have had pretty good luck in the Windy City. Both of their wins in last year’s second round came at the United Center, and both of them came in convincing fashion. They go into tonight’s game, however, just 24 […]