The Vancouver Canucks are expected to name Jim Benning as their new general manager this week, according to a TSN report on Tuesday.
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The Vancouver Canucks may have found their man for the job of general manager.
Another year, another coaching change for the Vancouver Canucks.
No stalling was needed for the Vancouver Canucks. They got their man.
Time is up for Mike Gillis in Vancouver.
After moving Roberto Luongo just a day earlier, there were expectations the Vancouver Canucks' floodgates could open Wednesday.
From the intermittent silence to a lower level of intensity, the absence of John Tortorella was rather noticeable at Mondays practice.
Things haven't gone Alex Burrows' way this season. And it got a little worse Tuesday.
At the quarter mark to their season, the Vancouver Canucks find themselves in the middle of the pack. And considering the campaign they've had so far — a seemingly successful one currently at four games above .500 — it may be a surprising revelation to some.
The phone hearings are over and the verdicts are in.
With his summer stuck recovering from ankle surgery, David Booth spent more time strengthening his upper body than ever before. He had no choice.
Another Canadian Championship final. Another heartbreaker for the Vancouver Whitecaps.
As each season passes, Daniel and Henrik Sedin clearly understand their time to win it all is running out. They hear the clock ticking. They feel the pressure mounting.
With everything that was at stake Sunday, it was only fitting Milos Raonic was the one getting the job done again for Canada.
As if Daniel Nestor's tennis resume wasn't distinguished enough, he added another important page to it Saturday.
It was almost a deja vu moment for the red and white.
You just knew there were going to be last-minute dramatics with Roberto Luongo.
The Derek Roy era in Dallas lasted exactly nine months.
Daniel Sedin snapped a tie - and his four-game goal-scoring drought - with a wrist shot from the top of the left faceoff circle at 11:32 of the third period as host Vancouver posted its sixth straight victory, 4-1 over the Colorado Avalanche.
Tennis Canada is going with the same team that got them there in the first place.