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
$30K to MindCheck.ca to assist young people with mental health challenges.
This month, the seven Canadian NHL clubs and their players are bringing a difficult topic to the forefront of the hockey season: mental health and wellness awareness and education.
Vancouver Canucks center Ryan Kesler has been spending time surprising fans around Vancouver for the past few days.
Daniel and Henrik Sedin recently surprised a Vancouver Triple A Midget team after a tough loss.
Despite the absence of NHL hockey due to the owners’ lockout, Kevin Bieksa has found creative ways to lace-up his skates.
Bieksa’s Buddies will see NHLPA members lacing up the blades in support of three Vancouver charities
The Canucks d-man chats about the beauty of B.C., the father-son hockey bond & suiting up for the Canucks
As we kick off the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs, the NHLPA Beard-a-thon also gets underway
Alex Edler only spent one season with the Kelowna Rockets, but his time there vaulted him and his play into the player the Canucks now count on
Jamie McGinn has taken 2011-12 as a fresh start and his dedication & work-ethic have paid dividends for him and his teammates
Cody Hodgson had a superb month in January & is looking to continue to progress and improve with the Canucks in the 2nd half of 2012