1:33 AM EDT, Sun October 21, 2018
CBC News 32 mins ago
Bo Horvat leads Canucks to OT win over Bruins

Bo Horvat leads Canucks to OT win over Bruins

Bo Horvat scored at 3:12 of overtime as the Vancouver Canucks edged the Boston Bruins 2-1 on Saturday.
NESN.com 1 hour ago

Brandon Sutter Gives Canucks Early Lead Over Bruins With Gritty Goal

Brandon Sutter certainly has scored flashier goals in his career, but his tally Saturday helped the Vancouver Canucks get off... Read More »
NESN.com 3 hours ago

David Backes Update: Bruins Center Scratched Before Game Vs. Canucks

An unexpected change to the Bruins’ lineup occurred about 20 minutes before Saturday night’s matchup against the Vancouver Canucks. After... Read More »
The Canuck Way 15 hours ago

Vancouver Canucks gameday: Rivalry renewed with Boston Bruins

Following a six-game road trip, the Vancouver Canucks return home and will try to hand the Boston Bruins a sweep on the Western Canadian swing. Here’s what you need to know for tonight’s game. The Vancouver Canucks come home with six of an available 12 points on that brutal six-game road trip, and that was […] Vancouver Canucks gameday: Rivalry renewed with Boston Bruins - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Vancouver Courier Oct 19, 2018
Alex Edler and Chris Tanev are getting crushed, but it appears to be by design

Alex Edler and Chris Tanev are getting crushed, but it appears to be by design

As the Canucks get set to face the Boston Bruins, it’s hard for Canucks fans to avoid thinking back to the 2011 Stanley Cup Final. It would be hard for much animosity to remain between the two teams, however, as just two players on the Canucks’ roster were even on the team back in 2011. Alex Edler and Chris Tanev are the only players remaining from that ill-fated 2011 team and they form the Canucks' current top pairing. The two veteran defencemen have plenty of experience and Green has relied on them to soak up big minutes for his young team.