Thursday Links: Canucks Morning Java

Canucks News

Coming to you one day late, you’re probably hankering for a pick me up. Wednesday was likely horrible for you as you struggled to get by without your Canucks Morning Java.

Well fear not, we are making it up to you with a special Thursday edition. It’s not quite as fantastico, but hopefully it will give you some sort of kick.

What Are The NWSB Staff Sayin?

The Canucks are playing Detroit tonight in the final game of a 6 game homestand and the NWSB staff (including yours truly) has you covered. There’s a Game Preview, Betting Odds and some other special features to get you jacked for the Canucks date with the Red Wings.

All you have to do to see that stuff is click…right…HERE!

What are some of the other local guys saying?

Nucks Misconduct: Your (Obscenely late) Morning Buzz – Ya see, we aren’t the only ones behind schedule after that glorious victory against Chicago. By Yankee Canuck

Nucks Misconduct: Hawks and Canucks Recap – Schneider was brilliant, CoHo was clutch, this recap has you covered. By VanCityDan

Canucks Corner: Cory Schneider Arrested for Larceny – He made the save of a lifetime Tuesday against Brendan Morrison so he was put in cuffs…not really. By Bruce Ng

Rob The Hockey Guy: Brenden Morrow…Could They, Would They? – Would the Canucks take a look at acquiring Brenden Morrow at the trade deadline? In the NHL, anything is possible. By Rob

Pass It To Bulis: I watched this game! – Another recap of the Hawks and Canucks matchup from the guys over at PITB. By Harrison Mooney

Pass It To Bulis: Wagner Responds to Winter’s response – Ritch Winter, the Agent of Cody Hodgson had some choice words for a post of Wagner’s earlier this month. So Wagner replied to his reply. This is quite entertaining actually. By Daniel Wagner

Province Sports: Raymond Sputter Continues – Will Mase be moved at the deadline? Why has he never really produced with the wheels that he possesses? By Ben Kuzma

Province Sports: Could the Best Backup Goalie in the League be Traded In the Summer? – There are many options for the Canucks with Schneider and maybe keeping him for the playoff run to trade him at the draft isn’t such a bad idea.

What Are Those Guys Writing For The Big National Papers Saying?

The Globe and Mail: Daniel’s Goal Seals it for the Canucks over the BlackhawksDaniel Sedin had his 10th career OT winner to put him in 1st in franchise history for OT winners. By The Canadian Press

The National Post: Cory Schneider Feels Like He Has Canucks’ Support – There’s pressure in this city and Schneider has managed it well. By Ben Kuzma

The National Post: For Canucks Vigneault, Only One Thing Matters – This one takes a look at the success Coach Vee has had in turning this team around the past six seasons. By Ed Willes

What Are The Enemies Saying?

The Chicago Tribune: Hawks Drop 3rd Straight to kick off 9 Gamer – Read about how Viktor Stalberg felt about the OT Slash from Dan Hamhuis. By Chris Kuc

The Detroit Free Press: Kesler Downplays Kronwall’s Hit from Last Meeting – These quotes come straight from on-ice practice in Vancouver Wednesday. By Helene St. James

The Morning Java will be posted regularly Wednesday and Saturday mornings so check us out then to find some of the best local and national Canucks material on the web!   


Follow our Editor "Q" on Twitter, and NWSB, 'Like' us on Facebook.
About Josh Hall

Josh no longer writes for NWSB
NWSB Facebook FanPage

  • What a night for Morrison. Gets robbed by Schneider and then sees his OT record broken. 

North West Sports Beat

Sponsored Links


10 Articles To Your Inbox Daily! NWSB Daily Brew! Get It Now! Newsletter
NorthWest Sports Beat