Hockey players suck at nicknames. When the Vancouver Canucks opened training camp with media interviews on Thursday, it was the players’ first chance to talk about their offseason training regiments, their goals for the season and their first impressions of … Continue reading Finding better nicknames for new Canucks players
Hey everyone! I hope you all had a great summer vacation! Your essays on it are due next week, but today we’ll just be going over the syllabus for next season. I’m Hooooome! First of all, if you haven’t heard … Continue reading State of the Blog 2019-20: The Boy is Back in Town
Hey everyone, it’s been a while! I’ve been on a planned hiatus from the blog for the last month to focus on my college finals. But now that the semester is in the books, I’m getting right back to work … Continue reading Taking my talents to South…Bay
This week should’ve been a happy one in Vancouver. A positive one, if you will. At Monday’s Trade Deadline, Jim Benning and Trevor Linden’s management team made two moves; one was the acquisition of developing winger Brendan Leipsic from the … Continue reading The Sunday Crease: New Guys, Injuries and Positivity
Wow. By a show of hands, who woke up this morning still energized about the Canucks’ massive win over the Oilers last night? Oh wait, I can’t see your hands. Ah well, I’ll just make it the poll question down … Continue reading The Sunday Crease: Victory, Pouliot and Real Hockey!
As I put the final touches on this second edition of the Sunday Crease, the Canucks were being dismantled by the Vegas Golden Knights, a team playing its first ever NHL exhibition game. Granted, Vancouver’s lineup was made up of … Continue reading The Sunday Crease: Preseason, Sedins and Arenas
Exhale Vancouver, Bo is officially back. After months of waiting, the Canucks announced yesterday that they had finally signed Bo Horvat to a six-year contract worth $33 million. The deal will see Horvat make $5.5 million per year through the 2022-23 … Continue reading With his new six-year deal, Bo Horvat is ready to make the Canucks his team
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 … Continue reading Ryan Miller: Saying goodbye to a great Canuck
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 … Continue reading What if the Canucks moved their AHL team to Oakland?
Still not the worst. SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/SubscribeLITC Continue reading The B-Line [Game 20: VAN 4, ARI 1] – Lach Talks Canucks 1