11:48 PM EDT, Fri March 24, 2017
The Province 1 hour ago
Jason Botchford: Miller’s superb play deflects plans for Markstrom’s rise

Jason Botchford: Miller’s superb play deflects plans for Markstrom’s rise

ST. PAUL, Minn. — It was the toughest loss in the toughest month in a Vancouver Canucks season that’s come unhinged. Ryan Miller not only lost to the St. Louis Blues, a National Hockey League team he briefly and agonizingly once played for, he saw Thursday’s game at the Scottrade Center slip away on a bad offside call […]
FOX Sports 2 hours ago

Sputtering Wild look to secure playoff berth vs. Canucks (Mar 25, 2017)

SAINT PAUL, Minn. -- Despite finding themselves on divergent postseason paths in the seasons final weeks, the playoff-bound Minnesota Wild and homeward-bound Vancouver Canucks are trending nearly identically as they head into a Saturday afternoon tilt.
The Province 23 hours ago
The Provies: Call gets ripped, why you can’t break Miller, and Jim and I explain tanking

The Provies: Call gets ripped, why you can’t break Miller, and Jim and I explain tanking

BEST DISTRACTION If only the Canucks got this fired up for blown calls in games that matter. Asking me how many official’s mistakes I’ve covered over the years is like asking someone how many breaths they took yesterday. But if the Canucks have ever been this definitive that a ref or replay official blew a call, […]

NHL to make ‘special announcement’ in China next week

The L.A. Kings have said they will participate in next weeks event, along with the Vancouver Canucks.
The Province Mar 23, 2017
Blues 4 Canucks 1: Ides of March weighing heavy on Miller

Blues 4 Canucks 1: Ides of March weighing heavy on Miller

ST. LOUIS — Nikolay Godobin promised, kind of, he’d score. He’s just lucky he wasn’t on the ice for a goal against. You could say that regularly for just about every Canuck these days. The St. Louis Blues did to them what just about every team has been doing to them. They had their way with […]
The Province Mar 23, 2017

Jason Botchford: Whole lot of hurting going on with hard-luck Canucks

ST. LOUIS — Chris Tanev hasn’t been healthy for more than five games this season. Markus Granlund and Erik Gudbranson tore wrist ligaments before the National Hockey League season was two weeks old. Anton Rodin got into three games before his season ended in surgery. Derek Dorsett only played a month. The Canucks were ravaged […]
The Province Mar 23, 2017
Canucks Gameday Blues vs Canucks: Will Goldobin play? Sure, but likely not on PP. Will he score? He thinks, ya

Canucks Gameday Blues vs Canucks: Will Goldobin play? Sure, but likely not on PP. Will he score? He thinks, ya

The words spilled effortlessly from Nikolay Goldobin. Asked to break down the St. Louis Blues he dropped this: “They’re a big team, I’ll try to create with (Brandon) Sutter and (Jack) Skille. “I think I’m going to score tonight. “Hopefully.” There’s some fascinating bravado in Goldobin, who is in this one only because Jayson Megna […]
The Province Mar 22, 2017
Jason Botchford: Horvat has hands full being Canucks’ centre of attention

Jason Botchford: Horvat has hands full being Canucks’ centre of attention

ST. LOUIS — If life as a typical National Hockey League player seems difficult, then life as a No. 1 centre must seem like colonizing Mars. Consider for a moment the job. At the top, make sure to produce offence at even strength. You know, score goals. Oh, and have the puck a lot. When you don’t, keep […]
The Province Mar 22, 2017
Markus Granlund reveals he played most of the season with busted wrist ligaments

Markus Granlund reveals he played most of the season with busted wrist ligaments

Markus Granlund scored 17 goals before he finally pulled the plug on his season this week. It drew notice. He proved he’s an NHLer. Sure, he needed a ton of icetime to get to this level of production, suggesting we’d really rather see him on the 3rd line, not the second. There’s a caveat to […]
The Province Mar 22, 2017
The Provies: Replaygate, Miller Truth Bomb, why Boucher got benched, More Goldy and The Biega thing

The Provies: Replaygate, Miller Truth Bomb, why Boucher got benched, More Goldy and The Biega thing

BEST BELIEVE IT/CAN’T BELIEVE IT There were things that were little hard to believe. For one, the Canucks won with one of their worst lineups in recent memory. Ryan Miller remained out of breath, his gear already bagged and on the way to St. Louis. He just faced 18 shots in what was the most lopsided third […]
Northwest Herald Mar 22, 2017

Vancouver Canucks beat Chicago Blackhawks in OT

CHICAGO – Daniel Sedin scored a power-play goal 2:12 into overtime and the Vancouver Canucks beat the Blackhawks, 5-4, Tuesday night to end a six-game skid.
The Province Mar 21, 2017
Canucks 5 Hawks 4 (OT): Canucks blow lead yet still win in Windy City

Canucks 5 Hawks 4 (OT): Canucks blow lead yet still win in Windy City

CHICAGO — It was the most beloved collapse in Canucks history followed by one of the most bittersweet wins ever. Five years ago, if Vancouver held a 4-1 lead here in the third period fans back home would have been going bananas. Good thing it’s not five years ago. What happened next would have broken hearts. On Tuesday, blowing […]
The Province Mar 21, 2017
Jason Botchford: Goldy could infuse an anemic Canucks’ offence with some colour

Jason Botchford: Goldy could infuse an anemic Canucks’ offence with some colour

CHICAGO — Nikolay Goldobin missed his sixth straight game Tuesday but still owned one of the Canucks’ most exciting scoring chances in weeks. But that was back on March 7 before a virus wrecked him. When it hit, he weighed 195 pounds. When it was over, he was down to 179. He’s on a protein shake binge, trying […]
The Province Mar 21, 2017
Alex Biega, expansion draft forward. Wait, what?

Alex Biega, expansion draft forward. Wait, what?

Sit down for a moment, and let me walk you through a premise. Skater positions in the NHL are an illusion. Look in the rule book. There’s nothing defining what a forward is, nor is there anything for a defencemam. In the world of the NHL rule book there are only goalkeepers and skaters. And […]
The Province Mar 21, 2017
Canucks Game Day: The rivalry with Blackhawks is dead and that, well, sucks

Canucks Game Day: The rivalry with Blackhawks is dead and that, well, sucks

CHICAGO — Remember Hawks-Canucks? That is among the greatest “remember whens?” in Canucks history. Dustin Byfuglien vs. Roberto Luongo; Andrew Ladd vs. Ryan Kesler; Rick Rypien vs. Ben Eager; Patrick Kane vs. Luongo; Kesler vs. Jonathan Toews; Dave Bolland vs. the Sedins; and the one that ostensibly ended it, Duncan Keith vs. Daniel Sedin. On and […]

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