Doing their best to stay in the Western Conference playoff mix, the Vancouver Canucks dropped a 5-2 decision in a crucial game against the Arizona Coyotes on Thursday in Glendale.
The Vancouver Canucks made time to work on their sputtering power play during a two-day stopover in Las Vegas before their Sunday matinee against the Golden Knights.
The Vancouver Canucks' playoff hopes took another hit after the team finished out its road trip with a 3-0 shutout loss to the Vegas Golden Knights. Meanwhile, Quinn Hughes' college career could come to a close this weekend as his No. 6 Michigan Wolverines look to upset the No. 3 Minnesota Gophers in the first round of the Big Ten tournament this weekend.
Trying to right the ship after a crushing road loss in Vegas, the Vancouver Canucks will be without injured Ben Hutton and Ryan Spooner when they host the Toronto Maple Leafs in a 6 p.m. Wednesday start at Rogers Arena.
Alex Edler led the way and scored the overtime winner as the Vancouver Canucks bounced back from a lackluster road trip with a heartening win over the Toronto Maple Leafs. They'll look to string together back-to-back wins and move up the Western Conference standings when they take on the Oilers in Edmonton on Thursday.
With the Vancouver Canucks' top scorers struggling to score, the team dropped a 3-2 decision to Edmonton on Thursday. Friday night, Quinn Hughes' best-of-three playoff begins as Michigan faces off against Minnesota. In the AHL, the Utica Comets take on the Syracuse Crunch.
The Vancouver Canucks will look for a better performance than their dud in Vegas last Sunday when they host the Golden Knights on Saturday night at Rogers Arena. Meanwhile, the Utica Comets are in a battle for a playoff spot and Quinn Hughes' Michigan Wolverines are fighting for their own playoff lives as they face elimination in their Big Ten quarterfinal against Minnesota.
After the Vancouver Canucks dropped an embarrassing 6-2 decision on home ice to the Vegas Golden Knights on Saturday, the fanbase awaits word on college prospects Quinn Hughes and Will Lockwood, whose seasons with Michigan came to an end on Saturday.
An ankle injury could delay his NHL debut, but 2018 first-round draft pick Quinn Hughes has signed his entry-level contract and is arriving in Vancouver to join the Canucks on Tuesday.
After a rough defensive outing against the Vegas Golden Knights on Saturday, Travis Green has changed up the look of his blue line ahead of Wednesday night's home game against the New York Rangers. But he won't be able to tap new Canuck Quinn Hughes, who has arrived in Vancouver but is being held off the ice pending the results of an MRI on his injured ankle.
Injuries and roster choices dominated the conversation on Wednesday as the Vancouver Canucks delivered a rare regulation win with a 4-1 victory over the New York Rangers.
After being healthy-scratched on Wednesday, Loui Eriksson returns to the Vancouver Canucks lineup in place of injured Antoine Roussel for Friday's game against the New Jersey Devils. New college free-agent signing Josh Teves took Friday's morning skate but his playing debut remains uncertain.
Elias Pettersson scored his 27th goal of the year and delivered a dazzler in the shootout, but the Vancouver Canucks ultimately settled for a single point against the New Jersey Devils on Friday at Rogers Arena.
Tim Schaller stays in and Nikolay Goldobin comes out as Jay Beagle returns to the lineup when the Vancouver Canucks kick off a quick two-game road trip on Sunday in Dallas against the Stars.
The Vancouver Canucks rode Tim Schaller's first two goals of the season and a shootout winner from Josh Leivo to a win over the Dallas Stars on Sunday, and will try to snuff out the Chicago Blackhawks' five-game winning streak as their quick road trip wraps up on Monday.
Unwilling to go quietly into the night, the Vancouver Canucks return home to Rogers Arena with two road wins after Elias Pettersson set a new franchise rookie scoring record and Thatcher Demko delivered a standout performance in the Canucks' 3-2 overtime win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Monday.
With a 3-0-1 record in their last four games, the Vancouver Canucks will stick with the same lineup up front and Jacob Markstrom back in net as they try to play spoiler against Anders Nilsson and the Ottawa Senators, who are currently riding a two-game winning streak.
Loui Eriksson had a four-point night while his linemates Bo Horvat and Tanner Pearson each finished with two goals and one assist as the Vancouver Canucks withstood a third-period surge by the Ottawa Senators to extend their point streak to five games with a 7-4 win on Wednesday.