$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
Daniel Sedin received a personalized Ted Lindsay Award trophy and a unique oil painting by artist Tony Harris
Canucks defenceman returns from injury with immediate impact at both ends of the ice
The Canucks for Kids Fund (CFKF) is honouring the memory of long-time Canucks forward Rick Rypien with a gift of $50,000.
Canucks winger worked hard this summer and is eager to help the Canucks chase down that elusive Cup
Daniel Sedin knows that the Canucks have what it takes to get back to the Stanley Cup Final
Selke Award winner Ryan Kesler has become one of the top two-way players in the game today
Kevin Bieksa is staying a Canuck & is focused on bringing a Stanley Cup to Vancouver
Ted Lindsay Award finalist, Daniel Sedin is a strong presence both on and off the ice
Max Lapierre has garnered a reputation as a pest, but proved he can contribute on the score-sheet as well