Canucks Sign Raffi Torres

According to a report late Tuesday, the Canucks have filled one of the last major holes in their roster, signing gritty winger and former Canuck killer Raffi Torres to a one year, $1 million contract.

Canucks re-sign Mason Raymond for two more years

Five minutes before the Canucks were set to lock horns in an arbitration battle with Mason Raymond the two sides came to an agreement and Raymond signed a two year deal worth $5.1 million.

Jannik Hansen wins arbitration case with Canucks

Canucks forward Jannik Hansen has won his arbitration case with the Canucks, and has been awarded a one year, one-way contract that will see him paid $825,000 this season.

Canucks sign pair of free agents

The Canucks made a big splash in the free agent market Thursday, signing coveted hometown defenseman Dan Hamhuis. The Canucks also signed third line forward Manny Malhotra.

Canucks acquire Ballard in draft day dealing

Canucks General Manager Mike Gillis made the biggest splash on NHL draft day, acquiring 27 year old defenseman Keith Ballard from the Florida Panthers.

Signing Mason Raymond high priority for Canucks GM Mike Gillis

With a busy Summer in store for Canucks GM Mike Gillis, signing Mason Raymond will be priority number one.

How the Canucks lost the Stanley Cup

By giving myself a week to digest what went wrong in the Canucks’ second-straight playoff loss to the Blackhawks, I hoped I might put my emotions as a fan aside and pinpoint the reasons the team...

Canucks shave off a victory thanks to Luongo

After Luongo played two of his worst career games at GM Place and earned one of the worst save percentages in the playoffs, it would seem foolish to call goaltending the Canucks' strength.  ...

Canucks in desperate need of strength on the blue-line

Caution: sarcasm. This hockey columnist is coming to terms with a frustrating Canucks loss that resulted in the Chicago Blackhawks taking the lead in the Western Conference semi-final. Kevin Bieksa...

Blackhawks down Canucks 4-2; series tied 1-1

The Chicago Blackhawks scored three unanswered third period goals (including an empty-netter) to edge the Canucks 4-2, and tie the series at 1-1 tonight. I expected the Hawks to come out flying...