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4/13 VAN 5 at ARZ 4 Won OT
4/11 VAN 3 at ANA 2 Won F
4/10 VAN 0 at LAK 3 Lost F
4/8 CGY 2 at VAN 3 Won SO
4/6 CHI 0 at VAN 3 Won F
4/4 SEA 5 at VAN 2 Lost F
4/2 LAK 4 at VAN 1 Lost F
3/31 CGY 5 at VAN 4 Lost OT
3/28 VAN 5 at STL 6 Lost OT
3/26 VAN 4 at CHI 2 Won F
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Blue Jackets' coaching search continues: 4 more names to know
Blue Jackets' coaching search continues, adding four more names to a packed field of candidates
Posted: 05/27/2023

Canucks' 2023 Report Cards: Coach Tocchet
The 2022-23 season marked a new chapter for the Vancouver Canucks when they hired Rick Tocchet to replace Bruce Boudreau as their head coach. Tocchet, a former NHL player, and experienced coach, brought a wealth of knowledge and a fresh perspective to a team that had struggled in recent years. Upon his arrival, Tocchet immediately set out to revitalize the team culture in Vancouver. Recognizing the importance of building strong relationships, he fostered an environment of open communication and trust among players and staff.
Posted: 05/26/2023

Canucks goalie Silovs is a national hero in Latvia after monumental upset
Arturs Silovs is a national hero in hockey-mad Latvia. The 22-year-old Vancouver Canucks goalie has lifted his country to new heights at the IIHF World Championship in Riga, backstopping Latvia to a 3-1 upset over Sweden in the quarter-finals. It means that Latvia will play for a medal for the first time ever, after Silovs stopped 40 of 41 Swedish shots he faced. Silovs allowed just one goal in the second period, to Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman Timothy Liljegren, despite Sweden outshooting Latvia 12-1 in the middle frame.
Posted: 05/25/2023

Canucks 2022-23 Report Cards: Vitali Kravtsov
This edition will focus on Vitali Kravstov. The Canucks acquired Kravstov from the New York Rangers in exchange for William Lockwood and a 2026 seventh-round pick on Feb. 25, 2023. Lockwood, 24, was a 2016 third-round pick who did not project to be a significant part of the Canucks' future. Getting the ninth overall pick in the 2018 NHL Draft for essentially nothing was a perfect move to make during a retool.
Posted: 05/25/2023

Why have the Canucks installed new black seats at Rogers Arena?
The Vancouver Canucks appear to be giving Rogers Arena a makeover. Work is already underway at the home of the Canucks, as multiple rows of new black-coloured seats have replaced the old maroon ones. Fans have spotted the change at recent events, with Donnie and Dhali producer Ryan Henderson sharing a pair of photos showing the new seats, as well as construction on the stairs. In response to Henderson, Twitter user Will Gall provided some up-close looks at the new cushy chairs, which are complete with cupholders.
Posted: 05/24/2023

Spokane Indians pitchers walk 11 in 14 innings, swept in doubleheader by Vancouver
May 23—The Spokane Indians' first three games of the Northwest League season in Vancouver were rained out. The only time the teams were scheduled to meet again during the first half of the season was this week at Avista Stadium. The NWL scheduled doubleheaders on Tuesday and Saturday at Avista to make up for two of the rainouts, throwing the starting pitching rotation out of whack a bit. ...
Posted: 05/24/2023

Aquilini was "absolutely livid" that Canucks picked Juolevi over Tkachuk
Mason, now of the Globe and Mail, shared a number of thoughts on Aquilini with hosts Matt Sekeres and Blake Price. Among them was regarding why Aquilini kept Jim Benning as his general manager for so long. During Benning's 7+ seasons in charge, the Canucks made the playoffs just twice and had the NHL's 26th-best points percentage.
Posted: 05/23/2023

Ex-Canucks coach Bruce Boudreau goes viral for pep talk with WWE superstars
The charismatic bench boss is taking his motivational speaking talents from NHL locker rooms to the WWE.
Posted: 05/23/2023

Canucks 2022-23 Report Cards: Elias Pettersson
In this series, we at The Hockey Writers look back at each Canucks player from the past season, break down how their campaign went and assign a letter grade reflective of their overall performance. This edition will focus on center Elias Pettersson. The 2022-23 campaign will be remembered as the season Pettersson took the next step in his development and became a superstar. During the season, he also jumped into the top-25 for all-time scoring in Vancouver's history, finishing ranked 22nd with 323 points.
Posted: 05/23/2023

Official NHL shop roasted for selling autographed Messier Canucks puck
When the offseason gets so slow for the Vancouver Canucks that fans and writers alike have run out of things to talk about, it's usually a good time to reflect about the Mark Messier captaincy. Messier spent three seasons as Vancouver captain from 1997-2000, taking over from Trevor Linden immediately following a high-profile free agent signing. Vancouver went 78-119-41-8 across Messier's three seasons as Canucks captain, missing the playoffs three times and finishing dead last in the 13-team Western Conference in the 1998-99 year.
Posted: 05/21/2023

Canucks 2023 Offseason Trade Destinations for Garland 
The Vancouver Canucks' top priority heading into the 2023 offseason is to clear up cap space. To do so, the organization will have to offload a few contracts. One of the names that have popped up as the likeliest trade option is Conor Garland. According to Daily Faceoff's Frank Seravalli, the Canucks are actively trying to move Garland's salary.
Posted: 05/20/2023

Canucks' 2023 Offseason Trade Targets: Tampa Bay Lightning
After yet another season out of the playoffs, the Vancouver Canucks will be looking to improve their team in the offseason through free agency and trades. With that said, let's start the 2023 edition of the offseason trade targets series with the team that's the closest to a modern-day dynasty, the Tampa Bay Lightning. Over the years the Lightning have had to say goodbye to some major pieces from their Stanley Cup rosters. From their uber third-line of Blake Coleman, Yanni Gourde, and Barclay Goodrow to playoff sniper Ondrej Palat and veteran Ryan McDonagh, the salary cap has prevented the team from staying the same from one season to the next.
Posted: 05/19/2023

Arizona Coyotes headed to Surrey? Canucks fan dupes publication
It's a story that not even former Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum could dream up. The NHL's Arizona Coyotes appear destined to move to another city, after voters in Tempe rejected plans to build a new arena for the team to play in. The Coyotes were booted out of Gila River Arena one year ago by the City of Glendale, before temporarily moving into an arena that's smaller than some junior hockey rinks. The Coyotes are telling season ticket holders that they plan to continue playing games at the 4,600-seat Mullet Arena next season and that they “remain committed to Arizona.”
Posted: 05/18/2023

Canucks 2022-23 Report Cards: Sheldon Dries
This edition will focus on center Sheldon Dries. The Canucks signed Dries on July 28, 2021, to bolster their scoring depth in the event of injuries. Injuries played a large part in him earning ice time, as the Canucks are notoriously a beaten and battered team. This season proved to be the first full season he played the majority of games in the NHL, and his scoring acumen, despite low totals, is what helped him become a mainstay in a competitive bottom six with young bucks and grizzled veterans all battling for ice time.
Posted: 05/17/2023

Canucks 2023 NHL Draft Target: Oliver Moore
The Vancouver Canucks enter the 2023 NHL Entry Draft holding the 11th overall selection. Historically, this pick has produced some strong NHL talent, including Filip Forsberg, Kevin Fiala, Gabriel Vilardi and Lawson Crouse. The hope is whoever Vancouver selects can become an impact player for the foreseeable future, with one of those possibilities being center Oliver Moore. Moore is a can't-miss prospect who could jump into the Canucks middle-six as early as the 2024-25 season.
Posted: 05/16/2023

Canucks 2022-23 Prospect Report Cards: Arshdeep Bains
With almost every prospect in offseason mode (save for Connor Lockhart with the Peterborough Petes, who is in the Ontario Hockey League Final), it's time for the inaugural Vancouver Canucks Prospect Report Cards. Similar to the report cards given to the NHL players, I will evaluate the season that was and give them a letter grade based on their efforts.
Posted: 05/14/2023

Canucks Can Use 11th Pick as Foundation of a Lafrenière Trade
Following a profoundly disappointing playoff, former 2020 first-overall pick Alexis Lafrenière is beginning to pop up in trade rumours as the New York Rangers look to shed money as they enter a cap crunch. The once sure-fire superstar is stepping into healthy scratch territory, with some on social media heralding him as the second coming of Nail Yakupov. While that assessment is rash, with the expectations of Lafreniere coming into the NHL, especially in a market like New York, the results have proved disappointing. The Vancouver Canucks, a team known to be interested in the player, may be willing to take a flyer on the once exceptional status phenom.
Posted: 05/14/2023

Luongo celebrates beating Leafs and Canucks fans love it
While his time on the ice has come to an end, Roberto Luongo was not shy in celebrating the Florida Panthers punching their ticket to the Eastern Conference Finals with a win over the Toronto Maple Leafs . On Friday night, the former Vancouver Canucks goalie, who now holds the position of Special Advisor to the General Manager in Florida, celebrated hard after Nick Cousins scored the overtime series winner in Toronto. Canucks fans were quick to congratulate the former netminder who carried them to the Stanley Cup Final back in 2011.
Posted: 05/13/2023


HOME 41 19 20 2
AWAY 41 19 17 5
TOTAL 82 38 37 7

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VGK 82 51 22 9 111 272 229
EDM 82 50 23 9 109 325 260
LAK 82 47 25 10 104 280 257
SEA 82 46 28 8 100 289 256
CGY 82 38 27 17 93 260 252
VAN 82 38 37 7 83 276 298
SJS 82 22 44 16 60 234 321
ANA 82 23 47 12 58 209 338

1. VGK 82 51 22 9 43 111
2. COL 82 51 24 7 54 109
3. EDM 82 50 23 9 65 109
4. DAL 82 47 21 14 67 108
5. LAK 82 47 25 10 23 104
6. MIN 82 46 25 11 21 103
7. SEA* 82 46 28 8 33 100
8. WPG* 82 46 33 3 22 95
9. CGY 82 38 27 17 8 93
10. NSH 82 42 32 8 -9 92
11. VAN 82 38 37 7 -22 83
12. STL 82 37 38 7 -38 81
13. ARZ 82 28 40 14 -71 70
14. SJS 82 22 44 16 -87 60
15. CHI 82 26 49 7 -97 59
16. ANA 82 23 47 12 -129 58
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