Canucks Trade Kesler To DucksA potential Blackhawks trade target has been moved elsewhere.
Zawaski: What To Make Of The Kesler-To-Chicago RumorsIt'd take a pretty penny and creative maneuvering to acquire Canucks center Ryan Kesler.
Roberto Luongo Traded To Florida, Reacts With Twitter EmoticonThe move ended an eight-year run in Vancouver for Luongo.
Canucks Best Blackhawks 3-2 In ShootoutRyan Kesler scored the deciding goal in an eight-round shootout, and the Vancouver Canucks rallied to defeat the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 on Friday night.
Blackhawks Fall To Canucks In SOJordan Schroeder scored in a shootout to give the Vancouver Canucks a 2-1 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Friday night.
Report: Keith Ruling Likely Friday; Sedin InjuredAccording to TSN's Bob McKenzie, Daniel Sedin will miss the Canucks' game tonight in Dallas. In fact, the Canucks have sent Sedin back to Vancouver to meet with a "specialist" for treatment.
Canucks Flatten Blackhawks 6-2Henrik Sedin had a goal and three assists and Vancouver converted five of six power plays to lift the Canucks to a 6-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday night.
Wolves Announce Affiliation With Vancouver CanucksThe Chicago Wolves have agreed to an affiliation with the Vancouver Canucks, the team announced on Monday.
Toews 'Expected' Riot From Vancouver After Cup LossGame 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals didn't go the way the Vancouver Canucks fans wanted it to go: Roberto Luongo gave up three goals on 20 shots and they saw Boston raise the Stanley Cup in Vancouver.
Canucks Look To Clinch First Stanley Cup In Franchise HistoryDaniel and Henrik Sedin were drafted in the very same building where they'll try to clinch the Vancouver Canucks first-ever Stanley Cup on Monday night.
Canucks Take 3-2 Series Lead In Stanley Cup Finals With a fortunate bounce and a flawless goalie, the Vancouver Canucks are heading back to Boston with the chance to hoist the Stanley Cup for the first time.
Foley: Flyers Fans Are 'Miserable, Unhappy People'One year ago, the Blackhawks ended 49 years of waiting when they beat the Flyers in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals. Announcer Pat Foley was on hand to witness the victory, and his favorite part may not have happened on the ice.