Canucks 3 Penguins 2 (OT): Fourth line leads the way in win over Pens

Source: The Province
Date: 2018-10-17

PITTSBURGH — Without Elias Pettersson to pull off a moment or three of wizardry, you knew the Vancouver Canucks could spare little margin for error against the Pittsburgh Penguins at PPG Paints Arena on Tuesday night. They were near-perfect for 56 minutes and 46 seconds of Tuesdays’ game. Leading 2-1, the Canucks had played a pretty tidy third period but superstars don’t often miss when you make a mistake and when the Canucks turned the puck over in the

Vancouver Canucks: Power rankings after week 2

Source: The Canuck Way
Date: 2018-10-16

The Vancouver Canucks shrugged off an ugly road loss to the Calgary Flames by winning two of their next three games. Here is where they landed in power rankings heading into the third week of 2018-19. Following a sluggish 7-4 loss to the Calgary Flames, the Vancouver Canucks rebounded and took two of three in […] Vancouver Canucks: Power rankings after week 2 -

Vancouver Canucks: Can Adam Gaudette make his mark?

Source: The Canuck Way
Date: 2018-10-16

Yesterday, it was announced that Adam Gaudette has been called up from the Utica Comets. His call-up will help fill one of the two spots created by injuries to Elias Pettersson and Jay Beagle – but can he make the most of this opportunity? Vancouver Canucks fans were delighted when Adam Gaudette put pen to […] Vancouver Canucks: Can Adam Gaudette make his mark? -

GAME DAY PREVIEW: Game 6 - Vancouver Canucks @ Pittsburgh Penguins

Source: Nucks Misconduct
Date: 2018-10-16

Does anybody care about the game or are fans still thirsty for blood?

NHL Injuries: Canucks, Flames, Coyotes, Golden Knights, Penguins and Maple Leafs

Source: mynhltraderumors.com
Date: 2018-10-16

Beagle has a fractured forearm Bob McKenzie: Vancouver Canucks forward Jay Beagle has returned to Vancouver. He’ll be out for four to six weeks with a fractured forearm. Pettersson out at least seven to 10 days Bob McKenzie: Vancouver Canucks forward Elias Pettersson will be out seven to 10 days with a concussion. He could

Canucks’ Travis Green reiterates need for calmness in wake of Pettersson hit

Source: Sportsnet.ca
Date: 2018-10-16

PITTSBURGH – You know that an issue has exploded beyond any one game or practice when a coach opens a press conference not with an answer but a statement, as Vancouver Canucks’ boss Travis Green did Monday. Aware of the uprising of rage among many fans back home over the Canucks’ lack of a physical response to the inj

NHL suspends Michael Matheson for two games for play on Elias Pettersson

Source: Pass it to Bulis
Date: 2018-10-15

There were a wide array of responses around the NHL to Michael Matheson violently slamming Elias Pettersson to the ice during Saturday’s game between the Vancouver Canucks and Florida Panthers. Several former NHLers weighed in with disbelief that a suspension was even being considered.

Panthers’ Matheson suspended two games for hit on Canucks’ Pettersson

Source: The Province
Date: 2018-10-15

NEW YORK — The NHL has suspended Florida Panthers defenceman Mike Matheson for two games without pay for interference and unsportsmanlike conduct for his hit on Elias Pettersson that left the Vancouver Canucks rookie forward with a concussion. The NHL’s Department of Player Safety announced Matheson’s punishment after holding a hearing with the defenceman on Monday. Pettersson was injured when he was taken hard into the end boards and slammed to the ice by Matheson in the

Canucks rookie Elias Pettersson out with suspected concussion

Source: CBC
Date: 2018-10-15

The Vancouver Canucks say rookie forward Elias Pettersson is in concussion protocol while centre Jay Beagle is out six weeks with a broken forearm.

Canucks’ Roussel Will Be a Fan Favourite

Source: The Hockey Writers
Date: 2018-10-15

The Vancouver Canucks made it their goal in the offseason to add some grit and some veterans to their roster. They did that by signing Jay Beagle, Tim Schaller and Antoine Roussel, who is going to be a fan favourite in Vancouver. Until last season with the Dallas Stars, Roussel had been a consistent 25-30-point player, but his true value is his physicality, which the Canucks desperately n

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