A Fitting Honour For The Twins.

Owner Francesco Aquilini revealed Thursday during an interview on Sportsnet 650, the Canucks will retire No. 22 and No. 33 next year during Vancouver's 50th anniversary season.

Trade Bait

What should the Vancouver Canucks do with Alexander Edler this season? Iain MacIntyre breaks down what the best options are for the Canucks to do with the upcoming unrestricted free-agent.

So yer sayin' theres a chance.....

This current Vancouver Canucks roster appears capable of getting into the playoffs next season. But the team still has to prove it can win and before that, GM Jim Benning still has to make his payroll work within the salary cap.

‘An Almost Tanner-ific Debut....Almost...’

Carl Soderberg scored in the sixth round of the shootout, Semyon Varlamov came up with big saves all night long and the Colorado Avalanche beat the Vancouver Canucks 3-2 on Wednesday.

Surviving Power Players Looking To Gel

Sportsnet's Dan Murphy joins James, Rick and Perry to preview the Canucks' game against the New York Islanders. Murphy expects Jacob Markstrom to start in net even on the second night of a back-to-back. He also says Nikolay Goldobin is playing well, but still needs to cut back on some bad mistakes. Plus, Murphy talks about the Islaners' season so far, and says that the Canucks power-play is missing some important pieces.

Bo Horvat To Markus Granlund

Markus Granlund takes a great pass from Bo Horvat in the slot and rips a shot past Devan Dubnyk to open the scoring in the 1st period

Ex-Canuck Brad May says Bertuzzi-Moore incident is "no different than insurance fraud" | Offside

Former Vancouver Canucks winger Brad May says he feels "terrible" for Steve Moore, but feels "worse" for Todd Bertuzzi since the March 8, 2004 incident.

Roberto Luongo On Sportsnet

The current Panther, former Canuck and Islander stops by the studio to discuss everything from how playing goal has never been harder, memorable moments with Vancouver, whether retirement is on the horizon and much more. Jeff and Elliotte also drill down on what's happening with the Flyers and answer some #Ask31 questions. 31 Thoughts: The Podcast is presented by the GMC Terrain. GMC -- we are professional grade. www.gmccanada.ca. Outro Music: Milk - Gold Home Check out their debut album here: www.milkmilkmilk.bandcamp.com This episode was produced by Amil Delic. Audio Credits: CBC, Fox Sports, MSG, NBC, NHL Network, Philadelphia Flyers, Sportsnet and The Weather Network. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

And They Can't Even Have A Beer To Celebrate.........#P.T.P. : )

Elias Pettersson and Brock Boeser struck 70 seconds apart in the 3rd before a pair of empty-net goals sealed the Canucks' 4-1 win in Tampa Bay
Brock Boeser getting in early training in Minnesota

Canucks continue to struggle keeping the puck out of their net - Sportsnet.ca

The harsh belief that the Vancouver Canucks would have as much trouble scoring goals this season as preventing them was only half right.

Daniel Sedin on Elias Pettersson

“Daniel Sedin on Elias Pettersson: From what I've seen, nothing is impossible for that guy, that's for sure. I said before the season, if he could come in and be as good as he was in Sweden, I didn't think playoffs was out of the question, and that's where they are now #canucks

Jay Beagle Pregame At Lightning.

Jay Beagle discusses having good memories in Tampa Bay, the style the Lightning play, having Schaller as a linemate and the penalty kill

For Reals. The Kids Can Play.

Elias Pettersson rescued a victory for the Vancouver Canucks with his first NHL hat trick as the Canucks beat the Ottawa Senators 4-3 Wednesday despite blowing a two-goal lead in the final half of the third period. Here are some takeaways from the game.
@ErikGudbranson on time in Vancouver
@ErikGudbranson on time in Vancouver: "Honestly, I'm not too proud of it. I don't think I played very well. I worked hard every single day, came to the rink and tried to get it together. I want to thank the #Canucks for the time the spent, taking care of my injuries, and treating me with nothing but respect, and I really enjoyed my time here. I just wish I could have been better."

Saving Private Ryan.......Maybe.

The Canucks are going to give Ryan Spooner the chance to save his NHL career. It’s up to him whether he seizes it.

He's The Real Deal

Elias Pettersson's overall shooting percentage is bound to come down, sure, but it's maybe not as doomed to regression as you first think. Plus, what is William Nylander's value against the cap and what should the Leafs be able to get for him in trade?

The Might Quinn

Quinn Hughes was drafted seventh overall in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft by the Canucks and with the World Juniors taking place in Vancouver, the Americans noticed a few more cheers against Russia than they normally get on Canadian soil.

Virtanen Scores With Clinical Aim

Jake Virtanen fires a wrist shot from the high slot that beats Devan Dubnyk, giving the Canucks a 2-1 lead on the power play

NHL Public Relations on Twitter

“The @NHL and @Canucks have unveiled the logo for the 2019 NHL Draft. https://t.co/d6C20OHgBq #NHLDraft

No Pressure. Lol

Rainer Virtanen, Jake's father, interviews his son pre-game. His first day reporting included a serious question from Ben Hutton's mother

Injury Woes Continue In Vancouver. Canucks Confirm Sutter Out

“I don’t believe we’ll be seeing Sutter back tonight, or anytime soon. My suspicion is a separated right shoulder.”