NHL Training Camp Buzz: Couturier won’t need surgery for pilots

Philadelphia Flyers Sean Couturier You won’t need surgery for an upper body injury but it does stay from week to week, the pilots said Wednesday. The center did not participate in the training camp that started on September 22 due to the injury that the team announced three days ago. Couturier did not play after … Read more

NHL Training Camp Buzz: Mikheyev Week to Week for Canucks

Welcome to Buzz for NHL training 2022-23. Training camp is underway for all 32 teams and NHL.com has you covered with the latest news. Vancouver Canucks Ilya Mikheev Week to week for Canucks due to lower body injury. The forward did not train on Tuesday after being injured during a 3-2 overtime loss to Calgary … Read more

Vasily Podkolzin dangles and establishes Peterson Garland late in the story of two flames – Canucksarmy

The Vancouver Canucks played two games tonight, and we’ll do our best to give you all the things you want to see/know from both. Both games resulted in losses at the hands of the Calgary Flames, but one was closer than the other. Let’s start with this. Folks, we think Vasily Podkolzin may just be … Read more

Preview – Flame vs. grapes (x2!)

Welcome back, flame lovers. The 2022-23 pre-season schedule kicks off tonight with two games between the Flames and Vancouver Canucks – the first start at 5pm at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena, while the second game of the two ‘split’ groups will start one hour later. In Scotiabank Saddledome. VIDEO: Brendan Parker bills double nights The Flames … Read more

What happens if Nils Hooglander makes his way to the top nine? 6 scenarios graduated from Canucks training camp

When we did the survey our Army Canucks Readers after a week About which Canucks needed to get the biggest performances at training camp 2022, one name dominated the responses. Nils Hoglander. After a week of training camp, and on the cusp of pre-season action, Höglander is still in control, but this time he’s doing … Read more

Canucks season preview: Difficult early schedule must be overcome

The 2022-23 NHL season begins October 7. With training camps open, NHL.com takes a look at the three keys, the inside scoop on roster questions, and the expected lineup for each of the 32 teams. Today, the Vancouver Canucks. Fitness Trainer: Bruce Boudreaux (season two) Last season: 40-30-12, fifth in the Pacific Division; Did not … Read more

Curtis Lazar and Dakota Joshua are ready to bring aggression and physicality to the Canucks

You never want to rely on your fourth streak. But when the team is in disarray, the fourth line can act as a defibrillator of sorts, bringing the team back to life. If the Canucks were to make a move and become a playoff team, they would have to find harmony throughout the lineup. The … Read more

Elias Peterson is about to blast off to the elite in Vancouver Canucks – Canucksarmy

Prior to this year, Elias Peterson had not attended Vancouver Canucks bootcamp since January of 2020, and that camp — sandwiched between two pandemic-shortened seasons — wasn’t even a proper boot camp. Peterson last skied on the first day of Canucks camp, after a regularly scheduled full vacation season, in 2019, heading into his sophomore … Read more

Pettersson streak, surprise player, and much more – Canucksarmy

It’s the second day of the Vancouver Canucks training camp at Meadow Park Athletic Center in Whistler, British Columbia Yesterday, one of the biggest stories of the day was Nils Hooglander skiing one line with AHLers Linus Karlsson and Nils Åman. But there is so much more, and we know our readers have questions! That’s … Read more

Jim Rutherford on right-side defense overhaul, Horvat contract talks, setting a new path for the franchise – Canucksarmy

Canucks hockey chief Jim Rutherford is no novice when it comes to the start of the NHL season. But the 73-year-old still had a record-breaking adrenaline rush on the first day of training camp. “It’s the start of a new year, and it’s important to start right. We have a lot of new people in … Read more