In what may have been his last public appearance as Vancouver’s head coach, John Tortorella told reporters today that the Canucks’ core needs to change. 176 more words
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The continuing soap opera in Vancouver took more twists and turns last week, after Mike Gillis admitted he had led himself astray from his core principles that in turn basically robbed the Canucks of the past two years. 1,303 more words
I’ve been a Canucks fan for almost 14 years now. And I’m an Aussie, which may lead you to ask: Why?
Well, it’s pretty simple. I was visiting Vancouver – still hands-down my favourite Canadian city – and happened to be in a spot where I could pick up a ticket (nose-bleed section) for $15. 1,249 more words
Three things to ponder as we await Alain Vigneault 2.0 on Tuesday at Rogers Arena, the sound of that lozenge and his “skate, skate, skate” screams from the bench. 807 more words
Gallagher's Hat Trick: Kassian channels best of Bertuzzi, penalty killing rebounds, and Jensen rides the bench (?!)
The Vancouver Canucks come home after a successful road trip of three points in two games feeling that it wasn’t good enough, and they are right. 772 more words
The Pittsburgh Penguins are “troubled,” according to the Tribune-Review newspaper that covers them on a daily basis.
And following last night’s 3-2 home loss to Phoenix — which dropped the Penguins’ record to 2-4-1 in their last seven games — a couple of the team’s veterans insinuated the same thing. 358 more words