The Vancouver Canucks looked mostly outmatched on home ice against the Montreal Canadiens just over a week ago. The trend continued on Monday night, when the Habs easily defeated the Canucks by a 6-2 score.
The Vancouver Canucks might be glad to have Tyler Toffoli in the rear-view mirror. But they've got another tough test ahead, with three games over the next five nights in Toronto against the Maple Leafs.
Looking for a spark that will change his team's fortunes, Travis Green looks to be inserting Loui Eriksson and Justin Bailey up front as the Vancouver Canucks look to bounce back from Thursday's 7-3 loss in their second game against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday.
The Vancouver Canucks are hoping that a tense moment between Braden Holtby and J.T. Miller on Saturday night can help ignite their team and finish off a 1-4 road trip on a winning note in Toronto on Monday.
Back on the West Coast after losing their last five road games, the Vancouver Canucks are hoping that a couple of off days and some home cooking will help set them up for success when they open a four-game series against the Calgary Flames at Rogers Arena on Thursday.
Brock Boeser scored the only goal for the Vancouver Canucks, who fell 3-1 to the Calgary Flames on home ice on Thursday as the two clubs kicked off a four-game series.
The Vancouver Canucks found the reset they needed by taking a blue-collar approach to their game-day attire and bringing the same attitude to the ice as they snapped their losing skid with a 3-1 win over the Calgary Flames on Saturday.
The Vancouver Canucks took a 2-0 first period lead but needed to rely on a late shorthanded goal to earn a point in their 4-3 overtime loss to the Calgary Flames on Monday.
Showing steady signs of improvement, the Vancouver Canucks finished up against the Calgary Flames with their best effort of the four-game series, leading to a 5-1 win.
Kicking off their Reverse Retro weekend in their new green-and-blue uniforms, the Vancouver Canucks fired blanks in a 2-0 loss to the Winnipeg Jets on Friday.
Normally, a hard-fought overtime loss would be a positive against the Winnipeg Jets, who have had the Canucks' number for years. But even with 6 points in their last 5 games, the Canucks haven't made enough of a move up the North Division standings to sufficiently enhance their playoff odds.
The Vancouver Canucks started well on Tuesday, building a 3-0 lead against the Edmonton Oilers. But they left Rogers Arena with nothing to show for it in a 4-3 loss, falling further down the standings in the NHL's North Division.
For the first time this season, the Vancouver Canucks have three days off between games. Will Jim Benning speak publicly about a year that is now even further off the rails following back-to-back losses to the Edmonton Oilers?
Saturday's rumour mill was churning with talk that the Canucks and Ducks were working on a trade involving Jake Virtanen and Danton Heinen. It's tough to make the money and cap hit work for both sides. Could Nikita Tryamkin be the answer?