Hutton selected the five people he’d love to go head-to-head with on Lip Sync Battle, the hit show that pits two celebrities squaring off for “singing” bragging rights.
When both your shoes get stuck on top of a light fixture, it’s nice to have your teammates nearby to help save the day.
After conquering Mt. Kilimanjaro this summer, the 26-year-old defenceman sets his sights on hockey gold.
What’s the one thing – other than seeing his children working on their aquatic skills – that goes through Alex Burrows’ mind at the swimming pool? Spoiler alert: it’s hockey.
Whether it’s lip-synching to pop-music or manning the blueline in Vancouver the young defenceman is right at home
Steady defenceman played in 633 career games with Atlanta, Los Angeles, Vancouver, St. Louis, Florida and Montreal
Though they have been members of the Canucks their entire careers, it is not just hockey that defines Daniel and Henrik Sedin’s relationship with Vancouver.
Bo Horvat has a history of being clutch when the games get tough and he is eager to do whatever is needed to help the Canucks succeed
On Thursday, NHLPA Goals & Dreams celebrated the third stop on its 15th Anniversary tour in Vancouver with the Sedin Family Foundation and KidSport BC.
As Bo Horvat approached his 10th NHL game, he knew that the Canucks had a tough decision to make; send him back to junior or secure his spot on the Vancouver Canucks roster.
In recognition of his stellar career and his achievement of 1,000 games played in the NHL, Daniel Sedin is the NHLPA.com Kraft Player of the Week.
Suiting up with the Canucks and the Sedins has made it more difficult for the talented Czech forward to stay behind the scenes
Daniel & Henrik, together with their wives Marinette and Johanna, have created the Sedin Family Foundation in support of families & children in British Columbia
After two days of hint dropping and excitement stirring, the secret was finally revealed.
Veteran defenceman of 1,108 games scored in his first career regular season game, playoff game & All-Star Game – each time on his first shot
From his nerve-riddled first game to the bond he has developed with the city of Vancouver, Kevin Bieksa is making his mark
2014 TIM HORTONS NHL HERITAGE CLASSIC™ GOES WEST TO BC PLACE WHEN THE CANUCKS HOST THE SENATORS ON SUNDAY, MARCH 2; The Game Will Be Broadcast Live on CBC & RDS in Canada, NBC Sports Network in the U.S. and on radio on SiriusXM
After helping the Canucks clinch the Northwest Division title, goaltender Cory Schneider is our Player of the Week
If you’ve ever seen a Vancouver Canucks game – on TV or in person – you’ve heard of their infamous Green Men.
Ryan Kesler has returned to the line-up after missing 20 games due to injury and had an immediate impact. The power forward brings another dimension to the Canucks and his presence makes him the Player of the Week