Daniel Sedin

Blame for Canucks' first round defeat to the Sharks starts at the top

In the end, it was a disaster which was surprisingly easy to predict. The inconvenient evidence has been accumulating since the trade deadline all the way back in 2012 — when Canucks management...

Once ‘arrogant’ Canucks now look like they’re just going through the motions

When you get to the end of most long, multi-installment film franchises you’re usually treated to a clumsy pile of recycled, familiar elements that are trotted out to replicate previous successes....

Complacent Canucks riding for a fall

You have to wonder how much Vancouver Canucks President and General Manager Mike Gillis identifies with Kevin Spacey’s character in House of Cards. The on-ice product of his hockey team is at once...

No excuse for Canucks poor play, and Ryan Kesler won't save them

It’s easy to spin the poor play of the Vancouver Canucks into a simple tale of rust and acclimation. The excuses are many. But there's more to this than meets the eye.

Kassian rises to power, Canucks clutch first win

If Zack Kassian is still a 'young player learning the game' imagine how good he'll look in another few months or a year. If the 22-year old hadn't been on the ice last night against the Calgary...

Canucks camp: second-line problems

Opening night against the Anaheim Ducks is less than four days away for the Canucks, and they’re already facing more question marks than fans during their abbreviated free-to-the-public on-ice...

NHL lockout is robbing Canucks fans of Sedins' finite superstardom

The mood around Vancouver with regard to the Canucks and how the NHL lockout effects them has been mixed, to say the least—the arguments full of caveat and asterisk and couched in maybes and what-ifs...

Canucks fans hopeful for Cup despite loss to Bruins

"It's okay that they lost -- that means Vancouver will win at home at Game 7," a young female Canucks fan shrugged, forcing a smile after the team's resounding 5-2 defeat against the Bruins in Boston...

A tale of two cities, a tale of the Canucks

After a Game 5 walloping, the Canucks’ swag has disappeared, leaving behind a city whose mood is unrecognizable from the jubilation we knew not so long ago.

Canucks’ Cup quest runs through arch-nemesis Chicago

Vancouverites are hoping this year’s dominant Canucks will prove that the third time is, indeed, lucky.