Canucks: 2019 Holds Promise and Potential for Vancouver

The holiday season is drawing to a close and so is, mercifully, 2018. That means it’s time for hockey teams to look ahead while casting one last glance over the shoulder. That brings us to the Vancouver Canucks. The West Coasters have three games to go in 2018 and it has been a year ofContinue reading “Canucks: 2019 Holds Promise and Potential for Vancouver”

Canucks: Friday Reveals the Future is Now in Vancouver

The Vancouver Canucks got as good a glimpse of the future as they have all year with Elias Pettersson stacking up two goals and three assists in a wild performance against the Colorado Avalanche Friday night. It was a wild affair for both teams and the 7-6 final score was indicative of how spongy theContinue reading “Canucks: Friday Reveals the Future is Now in Vancouver”

Canucks’ Boeser Out 4-6 Weeks

Vancouver Canucks forward Brock Boeser may be out the remainder of the season due to a back injury he suffered Monday. The Canucks announced the injury Tuesday. Boeser left the ice on a stretcher during Monday’s contest against the New York Islanders. He was helped off the ice after falling through an open gate atContinue reading “Canucks’ Boeser Out 4-6 Weeks”