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4/13 VAN 5 at ARZ 4 Won OT
4/11 VAN 3 at ANA 2 Won F
4/10 VAN 0 at LAK 3 Lost F
4/8 CGY 2 at VAN 3 Won SO
4/6 CHI 0 at VAN 3 Won F
4/4 SEA 5 at VAN 2 Lost F
4/2 LAK 4 at VAN 1 Lost F
3/31 CGY 5 at VAN 4 Lost OT
3/28 VAN 5 at STL 6 Lost OT
3/26 VAN 4 at CHI 2 Won F
Won-5  Lost-3  OT-2

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Four Canucks defencemen left competing for 2-3 roster spots
Four unheralded Vancouver Canucks defencemen are fighting for 2-3 spots in the opening-night lineup. After the last round of cuts, the Canucks are left with nine defencemen. Five players — Quinn Hughes, Filip Hronek, Carson Soucy, Ian Cole, and Tyler Myers — are locks to make the opening night roster.
Posted: 10/03/2023

Canucks: How a lost Nils Hoglander found challenging path back to the NHL
Nils Hoglander is noticeably relaxed and upbeat about what awaits this NHL season. The Vancouver Canucks winger, who was demoted in late December and then grew his feisty, fast and opportunistic game with the AHL affiliate in Abbotsford through the remainder of the 2022-23 season, has an insatiable thirst to improve. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below.
Posted: 10/03/2023

Roman Kaszczij's Journey From AHL to NHL Training Staff 'Really Rewarding'
Vancouver Canucks Head Athletic Therapist Roman Kaszczij is excitedly anticipating his first regular-season NHL game. Kaszczij has been part of human performance teams at NHL development camps, training camps, and preseason games.
Posted: 10/03/2023

Final roster battles set as Canucks enter last week of preseason
With Ilya Mikyehev still ailing — and giving us cause to again wonder why the club let him play on a partially torn ACL last year, given it now looks like it'll compromise the beginning of this season — the forward spots are coming down to Dakota Joshua, Jack Studicka, and Nils Aman. It's likely that two will dress on opening night between centre Teddy Blueger, with one serving as the 13th forward. The Canucks may still be figuring out who plays with Quinn Hughes on the right side of the top pair.
Posted: 10/02/2023

Canucks' Rathbone clears waivers, but will a trade follow?
Jack Rathbone passed through waivers untouched today, meaning that he'll report to the Abbotsford Canucks. Also passing through waivers were forward Sheldon Dries, defencemen Jett Woo and Matt Irwin, and goaltender Zach Sawchenko. There were no takers for Rathbone, who was a highly-touted defence prospect as recently as one year ago. The dynamic puck-moving defenceman scored 53 points in 61 NCAA games in two seasons at Harvard before turning pro in 2020.
Posted: 10/02/2023

Vancouver Canucks' 5 Best-Case Scenarios for 2023-24
The Vancouver Canucks had an up-and-down 2022-23 season. For those of us who live in the Canadian Pacific, two moves were head-scratchers. First, the Canucks made a controversial decision to healthy scratch forward Brock Boeser, a move that was especially odd because it happened on Hockey Fights Cancer night. Boeser had recently experienced his father Duke's loss (his Dad had lived with Parkinson's Disease since Brock was 13 years old and he had been with him when he passed).
Posted: 10/02/2023

Will B.C.'s Zach Benson stick with the Buffalo Sabres full-time as an 18-year-old?
Chilliwack's Zach Benson missed a chance to play a WHL game just a short jaunt down the highway from his home but he had a good excuse. The Wenatchee Wild went without Benson, 18, for Sunday's visit to the Langley Events Centre to face the Vancouver Giants because he's still with the Buffalo Sabres. Vancouver won the contest 6-2, led by two goals each from Kyren Gronick and Tyler Thorpe. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below.
Posted: 10/02/2023

7 biggest surprises from Canucks preseason so far
Cole McWard played five NHL games last season after being signed as a college free agent back in April. Most assumed he'd need at least one full year with the Abbotsford Canucks before making the jump to the NHL full-time. Hughes has had multiple partners since training camp began, but it's McWard who has stuck by his side for most of the preseason. Coach Rick Tocchet's affinity for the lefty, righty pairings, coupled with poor preseason performances by Noah Juulsen and Jett Woo, have allowed McWard to go from roster long-shot to perhaps starting the season alongside Hughes.
Posted: 10/02/2023

Canucks prospects: Brzustewicz plays provider, Kudryavtsev on the mark
The 18-year-old right-shot defenceman also went a plus-3 with one shot on goal and was named the second star of the game. Brzustewicz, whose game touts poise, good puck movement and the ability to jump up and read the play, is skating as the Rangers' 1RD and is running the first unit power play. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below.
Posted: 10/02/2023

Ex-Canucks forward Sutter calls it a career after failed comeback attempt
It appears that Brandon Sutter's final NHL game will be with the Vancouver Canucks after all. Although Sutter had attempted to play in the NHL for the first time since the 2020-21 season with a professional tryout contract with the Edmonton Oilers, the 34-year-old forward announced his retirement from the NHL on Sunday afternoon. Sutter played 13 seasons for the Canucks, Pittsburgh Penguins and Carolina Hurricanes, where he had 152 goals and 137 assists in 770 games.
Posted: 10/01/2023

The savviest NHL PTOs of the last decade
Most players brought into training camp on PTOs fall by the wayside, but these players delivered big time after being given their shot.
Posted: 09/22/2023

Canucks' Mikheyev leaves training camp for personal reasons
The Russian winger has left Vancouver Canucks training camp according to the team, but is expected to return within the coming days.
Posted: 09/21/2023

Canadiens acquire Tanner Pearson, draft pick from Canucks for Casey DeSmith
The Canadian clubs swapped assets on Tuesday after reports that Montreal was looking to move DeSmith given their crowded crease.
Posted: 09/19/2023

The best candidates for each of the NHL's 7 vacant captaincies
Seven NHL teams are still without captains as the 2023-24 season approaches. Here's who should fill those spots.
Posted: 09/19/2023

Canucks approval ratings: Which players are fans happy and unhappy with?
The Canucks just missed the playoffs for the seventh time in eight seasons. How does that affect how the team's players are viewed?
Posted: 09/18/2023

Canucks' Andrei Kuzmenko overhauls diet, cuts out Nutella waffles
Nutella waffles and other sweet treats aren't a staple of Andrei Kuzmenko's diet anymore.
Posted: 09/14/2023


HOME 41 19 20 2
AWAY 41 19 17 5
TOTAL 82 38 37 7

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VGK 82 51 22 9 111 272 229
EDM 82 50 23 9 109 325 260
LAK 82 47 25 10 104 280 257
SEA 82 46 28 8 100 289 256
CGY 82 38 27 17 93 260 252
VAN 82 38 37 7 83 276 298
SJS 82 22 44 16 60 234 321
ANA 82 23 47 12 58 209 338

1. VGK 82 51 22 9 43 111
2. COL 82 51 24 7 54 109
3. EDM 82 50 23 9 65 109
4. DAL 82 47 21 14 67 108
5. LAK 82 47 25 10 23 104
6. MIN 82 46 25 11 21 103
7. SEA* 82 46 28 8 33 100
8. WPG* 82 46 33 3 22 95
9. CGY 82 38 27 17 8 93
10. NSH 82 42 32 8 -9 92
11. VAN 82 38 37 7 -22 83
12. STL 82 37 38 7 -38 81
13. ARZ 82 28 40 14 -71 70
14. SJS 82 22 44 16 -87 60
15. CHI 82 26 49 7 -97 59
16. ANA 82 23 47 12 -129 58
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