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Matheson/Pettersson Hit Reveals the Futility of Overpaying for Grit

By now, we’ve all seen the play by Mike Matheson on Elias Pettersson. It was definitely ugly, likely  injurious, and arguably suspendable. One thing it wasn’t? Preventable. At least, no…

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.”

Don't Stop Believin'........These Guys Are For Real

Bo Horvat matched his career high with four points and the Canucks scored five goals in the 2nd period in an 8-5 win against the Bruins

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.

Elias Pettersson Made Another Sick-Ass Play

Nashville Predators netminder Pekka Rinne may be the best goaltender in the NHL. Last season, he led the league in goals saved above average, and so far this year, his goals against average is tops in the league at 1.96, with a .931 save percentage to boot. Rinne is incredible at his job, in short, but when he’s facing Vancouver Canucks wonderkid Elias Pettersson on a penalty shot, he might as well be a vending machine worker.

How Good Is This Kid?? All-Star Pettersson Still Shooting Lazers

Vancouver Canucks rookie Elias Pettersson joins Kyle Bukauskas to talk about scoring his first career hat trick in an overtime win against the Ottawa Senators.

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.

A well deserved honor. The Sedins are rafter bound when the Canucks' celebrate "Sedin Week" in February

The Vancouver Canucks will retire Henrik and Daniel Sedin's jerseys in February 2020 as part of a weeklong celebration to honour their careers.
Pettersson takes a slash entering the zone, gets even with a big hit on Martinez

'Nucks get back to work instead of having some fun in the sun after blowout loss vs Tampa

Wednesday had tentatively been scheduled as a day off. Players could have gone charter fishing or kite boarding or golfing or merely hung out on the beach. Instead, they bussed 40 minutes west to practise out of the mid-day sun inside the BB&T Center.

Vancouver Canucks on Twitter

““It’s a tradition around the league, but I didn’t think I’d get it tonight. It wasn’t very fun skating alone!” - @_EPettersson 🤣”

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

Nilsson's Between The Pipes vs Penguins.

Coach Green discusses his decision to start Nilsson for the third time in a row, the Gaudette call-up and Pouliot's improved play

No Bluffing From Bo. Horvat Cashes In Against Vegas

Bo Horvat tips one home in front and follows up on the rush 1:04 later to give the Canucks a 2-1 lead in the 2nd

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

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 Green Room

Coach Green discusses his team's play and says he likes Boeser's game for his first game back from injury
Getting To Know Petey

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.