3:24 AM EDT, Sun March 29, 2015
The Province 2 hours ago
Gallagher: Fresh legs fail the Canucks again

Gallagher: Fresh legs fail the Canucks again

Memo to the Vancouver Canucks. When you play a team at home which played the night before and lost 4-0 to, shall we say a challenged Edmonton Oiler squad, it is you who are supposed to be the fresher team in the later stages of the game.
The Province 11 hours ago
Canucks Game Day: Vancouver looking for yet another bounce-back effort after disappointing loss to Avalanche

Canucks Game Day: Vancouver looking for yet another bounce-back effort after disappointing loss to Avalanche

Here are five things we’re pondering prior to Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin dropping by Rogers Arena.
The Province Mar 28, 2015
Kuzma: Shawn Matthias tale is no fish story

Kuzma: Shawn Matthias tale is no fish story

Shawn Matthias is telling a fish story. And in typical Matthias fashion, the Vancouver Canucks winger doesn’t twist how a day on the Fraser River actually played out earlier this month. He doesn’t take credit for reeling in a 7-foot-7, 200-pound sturgeon after a 40-minute struggle on a rain-soaked day. That honour went to his brother’s girlfriend, and Matthias’s honesty tells you a lot about the pending unrestricted free agent.
Vancouver Sun Mar 27, 2015
Canucks looking for rare win versus Stars

Canucks looking for rare win versus Stars

Losing streaks and statistical oddities don’t seem to grab the attention of some athletes, who like to remind us they are focused only on the next day, the next game and the next shift. Sometimes it appears to be a defence mechanism ... you know, we don’t dwell on the negatives, bad karma and all that. Then there is Vancouver Canucks’ blue-liner Dan Hamhuis.
The Province Mar 27, 2015
#TheProviesReport: Who's the Canucks' MVP?

#TheProviesReport: Who's the Canucks' MVP?

Eddie Lack? Radim Vrbata? Henrik or Daniel? Province hockey writer Jason Botchford tells you who is this season's Vancouver Canucks MVP.
The Province Mar 27, 2015
Willes: Western Conference teams make sprint to finish line

Willes: Western Conference teams make sprint to finish line

Province columnist Ed Willes says the Calgary Flames, L.A. Kings, Dallas Stars and Vancouver Canucks are all doing enough to make the playoffs. The problem is there's only room for two of those teams.

Canucks Hat Trick: Talking about who’s to blame for no-show, Sbisa’s media dealings and Dallas coming to town

Here are three things we’re thinking about the Canucks after their disappointing loss to the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday and prior to their game Saturday against the Dallas Stars. In the last week, we’ve seen the Canucks beat the Kings …
The Province Mar 27, 2015
Kuzma's Post-Game: Speed kills transition, Dorsett does his thing, Weber takes contract shot

Kuzma's Post-Game: Speed kills transition, Dorsett does his thing, Weber takes contract shot

The takeaways from a disturbing 4-1 home loss to the Colorado Avalanche.
The Province Mar 27, 2015
The Provies: Maroon fire, the biggest 5-hole ever, and a season’s worth of embarrassment all in one night

The Provies: Maroon fire, the biggest 5-hole ever, and a season’s worth of embarrassment all in one night

Burgundy baby Burgundy. Burn baby burn. Burn those uniforms to the ground. (The pants are appalling).
The Province Mar 27, 2015
Willes: There's no such thing as a sure thing in the NHL's wild West

Willes: There's no such thing as a sure thing in the NHL's wild West

There are any number of way to look at the Vancouver Canucks’ year but, following last season’s train wreck, the greatest triumph of the new hockey department has been in changing the hopes and expectations of their fan base.
The Province Mar 27, 2015
Gallagher: Canucks choke on another cupcake

Gallagher: Canucks choke on another cupcake

It’s not likely the team chef serves many cupcakes to Vancouver Canuck players in their lounge, mostly because they wouldn’t be deemed healthy.
The Province Mar 27, 2015
Avs 4 Canucks 1: Listless start a recipe for disaster

Avs 4 Canucks 1: Listless start a recipe for disaster

Who were those guys? Maybe it was the khaki pants because for two periods, the Vancouver Canucks weren't making a fashion statement — or any kind of impression — on a night when the 1915 Stanley Cup champion Vancouver Millionaires were recognized.
Vancouver Sun Mar 27, 2015
Avalanche fall on Canucks, 4-1

Avalanche fall on Canucks, 4-1

VANCOUVER – Hope you enjoyed those Vancouver Millionaires replica jerseys. It’s not likely you’ll see the Vancouver Canucks wearing them again any time soon.

Province Sports Radio: Talkin’ Canucks MVPs with Jim Jamieson

Inside the final ten games of the Canucks' season, it's time to talk MVP. Jim Jamieson joins Patrick Johnston to ponder top-end performances in 2014-15. Plus, the Western Conference playoff push, which remains white hot as the Flames, Canucks, Jets and Kings jostle for three spots in the big dance.

Canucks Player News

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    Eddie Lack

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    Christopher Tanev

    Province Sports Radio: Hockey Numbers talks Sedins and Tanev and power play

  • Radim Vrbata

    Radim Vrbata

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  • Alexander Edler

    Alexander Edler

    Alex Edler leads charge back into Canucks line-up

  • Jacob Markstrom

    Jacob Markstrom

    Canucks Hat Trick: Talking Markstrom, Richardson and the power play

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