Long before he stepped on the ice in a Canucks uniform, Ryan Miller was a star in Vancouver. In hockey circles, Miller is far from an unknown. The East Lansing, Michigan native led the Buffalo Sabres to two consecutive Eastern Conference Finals in 2005-06 and 2006-07, won the Vezina Trophy in 2009-10 and has been […]
On Wednesday, the Vegas Golden Knights will officially join the NHL as the league’s 31st team and build a roster in the NHL Expansion Draft. The Knights will select one player from each franchise, until they have 30 new members for their inaugural season. For the Vancouver Canucks, the draft couldn’t come at a better time. […]
LITC Update: The Return
Hello everyone. Long time, no see. It’s been four long months since I’ve done anything on this blog (or writing in general), and I’m not sure I can explain why. Every day for months I’ve sat here at my desk, staring at a blank page, trying to find the inspiration and creative side that’s normally […]
The 2016-17 NHL season has finally come to an end, and it finished in almost identical fashion as the season before. The Penguins are Stanley Cup Champions and Sidney Crosby was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP. They once again faced a first-time finalist in the Nashville Predators, and won the series on […]
As a Canucks fan living in California’s North Bay, my best chance to see the team is by making the two hour drive to San Jose. On my way down to the SAP Center, I always take the Richmond Bay Bridge and go through Oakland. The Oakland route isn’t nearly as scenic as going through […]
In my newest Puck Prose article, I cover five great storylines from the NHL All-Star Weekend. Click here for the full article.
It’s great to be a fan of the Ottawa Senators right now, but the only people who don’t seem to realize that are Ottawa Senators fans. After a busy offseason where the Senators promoted Pierre Dorion to general manager and named Guy Boucher the 11th head coach in team history, Ottawa has stormed out of […]