After dropping a 4-2 decision to the Maple Leafs in Toronto on Saturday night, the Vancouver Canucks will look to end their last Eastern road trip of the year on a positive note as they visit the Columbus Blue Jackets on Sunday, the same day that Quinn Hughes has been named the NHL's Rookie of the Month.
With Quinn Hughes and Tyler Myers both missing from practice on Tuesday, the Vancouver Canucks have made emergency recalls of defensemen Guillaume Brisebois and Jalen Chatfield from their farm team in Utica as the team prepares to host the Arizona Coyotes to open a four-game homestand on Wednesday.
After missing practice on Tuesday, Tyler Myers took Wednesday's optional game-day skate. He and Quinn Hughes, who skated on his own, are both said to be game-time decisions as the Vancouver Canucks open a crucial four-game homestand against the Arizona Coyotes on Wednesday.
As the playoff race heats up in earnest, the Vancouver Canucks lost their fourth-straight game when the failed to protect a third-period lead against the Arizona Coyotes at home on Wednesday.
Tyler Myers is back in the lineup as the Vancouver Canucks look to end their four-game losing streak and gain some ground on their rivals in the Western Conference playoff race as the Colorado Avalanche come to town.
Zack MacEwen scored two goals and Thatcher Demko recorded his first win in four starts as the Vancouver Canucks snapped their losing streak with a solid team effort against the Colorado Avalanche.
Tyler Toffoli said it's the time of year where teams need to elevate their level of play from good to great if they hope to collect points from other hungry challengers after the Vancouver Canucks dropped a 2-1 decision to the Columbus Blue Jackets on Sunday at Rogers Arena.
Brock Boeser returns to the Vancouver Canucks lineup after missing 12 games with a rib injury and Jacob Markstrom skated on Tuesday morning for the first time since suffering his lower-body injury. Both are good pieces of news for a Canucks team that has fallen out of the playoff picture ahead of Tuesday's game against the New York Islanders.
Thatcher Demko made a career high 45 saves and stopped all three players he faced in the shootout as the Vancouver Canucks salvaged a .500 homestand with a 5-4 win over the New York Islanders on Tuesday.
The Vancouver Canucks are flying home from Glendale on Thursday after the NHL announced that it would be suspending its games for the foreseeable future following the news that an NBC player tested positive for coronavirus on Wednesday.
As concerns about the coronavirus spread into all aspects of everyday life, NHL players are in a rare situation where they're being asked to stay at home, limit contact with other people, and stay off the ice, away from the arena and out of the gym.
As the COVID-19 news keeps on coming, here's a quick look at the seasons that Jacob Markstrom and Thatcher Demko put up before hockey ground to a halt last week.
Enough bad news! Today's blog includes notes on how I'm working to take better care of myself in these challenging times — and adapts an idea from the "31 Thoughts" podcast on how we could maximize meaningful games played, preserve this season's integrity and get those Stanley Cups awarded.
Elias Pettersson is using his downtime to get wildly clever with his social media and his golf game, and Jim Benning pulled off a couple of nice tricks of his own on Thursday by signing NCAA prospects Will Lockwood and Marc Michaelis to entry-level contracts.
Travel back in time on Sunday, as Sportsnet Pacific features Game 7 of the Vancouver Canucks' first-round playoff series against the Calgary Flames at 4 p.m. PT. Also, vote for new Canucks signing Marc Michaelis for the 2020 Hobey Baker Award!
Daniel and Henrik Sedin step up again to support health-care professionals and help feed underprivileged kids, and a look at the seasons of the Canucks' four drafted CHL prospects now that the Canadian junior hockey season has officially ended.
With the NHL's "pause" in the 2019-20 season now stretching into a third week, Vancouver Canucks coach Travis Green is starting to find ways to use his time to hone his craft, while players around the league are trying to find ways to optimize their workouts with no clear return date on the calendar.
On Friday, Bo Horvat took his turn in the NHL's player media conferences, sharing thoughts about the upcoming birth of his first child and how much he misses being on the ice. Saturday night, Sportsnet Pacific is taking Canucks fans back with a true highlight — Game 7 of the first round of the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs against the Chicago Blackhawks.