Defensive lapses and sub-par goaltending have proved costly during the Vancouver Canucks' longest losing streak of the season. They'll try to clean things up and end the skid tonight when they host the Dallas Stars, who have won the last five meetings. Vancouver (18-10-2) was tied for first in the Western Conference on Dec. 4 but has since dropped four straight. Catch all the action on TSN Radio 1040 in Vancouver starting at 5pm pt.
Linden: Not worried about Miller
Canucks President Trevor Linden told TSN1040's The Bro Jake Show he has no concerns with Ryan Miller or Eddie Lack despite Miller's recent struggles, which have included losses in five of his last six starts.
Canucks Breakfast: Crawford would have interest in Oilers' coaching job
Marc Crawford joins the Canucks Breakfast and says that he would have interest in any NHL head coaching position that is open, including Edmonton, once his season with the Zurich Lions in Switzerland ends.
Horvat: Happy to be staying with Canucks
Canucks rookie Bo Horvat joins Sekeres and Price after the team announced he would be staying in Vancouver instead of being loaned out to Team Canada's World Junior, saying he was happy with the news. Horvat also discussed the transition from junior to the NHL, and his role as a fourth line center.
Lions sign DB Parker to contract extension through 2016
The B.C. Lions signed defensive back Keynan Parker to a contract extension through the 2016 season on Tuesday.
Botchford: Canucks need Miller to step up
Jason Botchford joins Jake and Dave on the Canucks Breakfast and says the Canucks are in dire need of good goaltending from Ryan Miller in order to snap out of their four game slide.
Lions on verge of naming Tedford next head coach
The B.C. Lions are on the verge of hiring their next head coach, who comes with impressive credentials and familiarity with boss Wally Buono. According to Matt Sekeres of TSN Radio 1040, Jeff Tedford, a former Canadian Football League assistant under Buono's Calgary Stampeders in the early-1990s, was in Vancouver this week and toured the Lions facility.
One year on, the 'jury is in' on Whitecaps boss Robinson
A year on from the hire, the jury is in on Vancouver coach Carl Robinson and his ability to run a club and, as TSN's Kristian Jack writes, the overwhelming evidence on show is sure to have convinced the Whitecaps to offer him a longer term than they did last December.
Whitecaps' Robinson looks back on first year and to the future
On the latest edition of TSNFC we were joined by Carl Robinson on his one year anniversary as the club's head coach to talk about his first year in the job and give updates on some of the current questions surrounding his squad moving in to 2015. Robinson covered a wide range of topics.
Whitecaps re-sign attacking midfielder Rosales
The Vancouver Whitecaps re-signed veteran attacking midfielder Mauro Rosales on Tuesday. The 33-year-old Argentine had 11 assists in 32 Major League Soccer appearances last season.
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