Ryan Miller left the Buffalo Sabres as their all-time leader in wins, and they certainly haven't looked capable of getting one themselves lately. Now with the Vancouver Canucks, Miller is expected to face his former team for the first time since being traded as the Sabres look to avoid the NHL's longest regulation losing streak in 22 years tonight. You can listen to the game live on TSN Radio 1040 Vancouver with coverage starting at 5pm pt.
Canucks make minor trade to improve depth on defence
Canucks General Manager Jim Benning made a minor trade on Thursday evening in an effort to improve depth on the blue line by acquiring 22-year-old defenceman Adam Clendening from the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for Swedish defensive prospect Gustav Forsling.
Benning: Canucks willing to deal, but will hold on to top prospects
Canucks GM Jim Benning joins BMac and Taylor and says he's willing to make moves at the upcoming trade deadline, but isn't willing to move any of his top prospects. Benning also discussed in detail what Zack Kassian needs to do to get a regular role in the lineup, and touched on Jacob Markstrom and Ronalds Kenins
Hamhuis: Canucks in search of mid-season stride
Canucks defenseman Dan Hamhuis tells Sekeres and Price that the Canucks are searching for consistency midway through the season, but he disputed that a team meeting yesterday was a sign that the team is panicking over their recent struggles.
B.C. Lions sign former NFL receiver Collie to contract
Austin Collie is heading to the CFL, but with the B.C. Lions. The veteran receiver signed as a free agent with the Lions on Thursday, two days after published reports said the former Brigham Young University star had come to terms with the Montreal Alouettes.
Canucks Breakfast: Could Sabres future be brighter than the Canucks?
Jake and Dave debate whether the Canucks or the Sabres are closer to winning a Stanley Cup since Buffalo is in full re-build mode while the Canucks are re-tooling on the fly.
Bieksa: Hoping for quick return from surgery
Vancouver Canucks Defenceman Kevin Bieksa joined Jeff Paterson from the team's annual Dice and Ice charity event and reluctantly touched on his optimism in quickly returning from surgery on his broken left hand. He spoke about how tough it was to sit out and why Bell Let's Talk day is such an important initiative.
Ferraro: Canucks have tough path to playoffs
TSN hockey analyst Ray Ferraro told BMac and Taylor that the Canucks have a tough path to the playoffs, largely because they do nothing overly well - they're not the fastest team, at times struggle to find scoring, and lack physicality and toughness.
Smith: Lynch setting terrible precedent
ESPN's Stephen A Smith joins Sekeres and Price from Radio Row at the Super Bowl, suggesting Marshawn Lynch should be fined every time he makes a mockery of the media availability process.
C'Mon Ref: Is a suspension for Kesler out of the question?
In Thursday's edition of C'Mon Ref, TSN Hockey analyst and former NHL official Kerry Fraser answers a question about Ryan Kesler's hit on Derek Dorsett on Tuesday and if it is suspension worthy.
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