It’s only taken three games, but Conor Garland is already a popular man among the masses in Canucks Nation. Through the first week of Vancouver’s season, Garland has been an integral part of Travis Green’s offence, playing the fourth-most minutes among Canuck forwards and picking up three points in the process. But fans have been […]
The first weekend radio show to premiere on a Monday (I think). In this episode I talk about the Canucks wild pair of games against the Capitals and Red Wings, go over some of early surprises in the NHL season, Canucks Halloween costumes and potential new landing spots for outdoor games. Check out my Patreon! […]
Talk about a roller coaster. The last couple weeks have seen some serious hills and valleys for the Canucks; three straight wins at home, a come from behind victory over the defending Stanley Cup Champs, a shutout at the hands of the other Hughes and the Devils and then an escape from New York City […]
When J.T. Miller joined the Vancouver Canucks through a controversial trade with the Tampa Bay Lightning in June, some big expectations came with him. Any time a player costs a first-round pick, the bar of success is immediately set in a high place. The season might only be two weeks old, but so far the […]
Hello everybody, and welcome to my second annual Trade Deadline Extravaganza! I’ll be updating this live blog through out the day as rumors hit the internet and deals are made, so make sure to hit the refresh tab early and often! I’ll also be taking questions on through the comment section below and on Twitter, so […]
In the time since I wrote the last edition of the Sunday Crease (nearly a month ago), the Canucks have become one of the biggest surprises in the National Hockey League. Not only is Vancouver currently in sole possession of first in the Pacific Division in November, but they’re also riding a six game point […]
Hi! We’re Lachlan “Lach in the Crease” Irvine and Nora Scally, and welcome to The Van Jose Podcast! In our first ever episode, we tackle the amazing start to Elias Pettersson’s career, who are the real San Jose Sharks, the Ottawa Senators “hotstoving” video and more!
Through eight games last season, the Canucks had put together a 4-3-1 record. Tonight, with a 4-1 victory over the Detroit Red Wings, Vancouver improved to that exact same record eight games into the 2017-18 season. But something feels different this time around. Maybe it’s in the way each team got to that record. […]
Oh, there goes gravity.