Vancouver Canucks

 | 26-29-6
  • Goals For
    139 GF
  • Goals Against
    174 GA
  • Power Play %
    14.4 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    77.8 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    499 PIM
  • The Provies: Sbisa now in spotlight of public health crisis, Miller-to-LA and what Burrows would do if he were GM
    The Province6 hours ago

    The Provies: Sbisa now in spotlight of public health crisis, Miller-to-LA and what Burrows would do if he were GM

    BEST SAME AS IT EVER WAS Just sell, baby. A game, but overmatched, Canucks team collapsed in the third period during which the Sharks showed they could exert as little effort as possible and still beat Vancouver by three goals. Think about it this way. Daniel Sedin called the first two periods the best

  • MacIntyre's 3 thoughts: LaBate, a trade depression, and depressing
    The Province6 hours ago

    MacIntyre's 3 thoughts: LaBate, a trade depression, and depressing

    Three somewhat random thoughts from tonight's Canucks loss to the Sharks. A HIT? A FIGHT? WHAT IS THIS? At 2:08 of the third period, Canuck callup Joe LaBate and Sharks' defenceman Brenden Dillon removed their gloves and began throwing punches at each another while others watched. Apparently,

  • Jeff Paterson: End of an era weighs heavily on the Sedins
    The Province

    Jeff Paterson: End of an era weighs heavily on the Sedins

    This is nothing new to Daniel and Henrik Sedin. They've watched big-name teammates walk out the door of the Vancouver Canucks locker room for years now. Roberto Luongo went in 2014, followed shortly thereafter by Ryan Kesler. Kevin Bieksa left in the summer of 2015, and a year later it was Dan Hamhuis