The newest Canuck, David Booth, readies himself for a faceoff against the New York Islanders.
After the storm had settled, the Canucks spoke publicly about the Stanley Cup riots that occurred after losing game seven to the Boston Bruins.
Despite the Canucks’ steadfast refusal to name their captain before Saturday night’s season opener, all signs point to the “C” being stitched onto Henrik Sedin’s jersey—for better or for worse.
There seems to be an overwhelming sense of panic among Canuck fans over the relatively pedestrian pre-season play of youngsters Jordan Schroeder and Cody Hodgson. The expectation seems to be...
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.
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.
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 General Manager Mike Gillis made the biggest splash on NHL draft day, acquiring 27 year old defenseman Keith Ballard from the Florida Panthers.
With a busy Summer in store for Canucks GM Mike Gillis, signing Mason Raymond will be priority number one.
Mike Gillis adds three d-men to the system.