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Canucks Fan Zone: Engaging Fans and Building Online Communities in the Social Media Space

By eccfix on June 18, 2009 - 3:36pm

Jun 25 2009 - 3:00pm
Jun 25 2009 - 6:00pm

New Media BC in partnership with the Anton Sledgehammer Creative Agency will be presenting a case-study on the Canucks Fan Zone, a user-generated editorial and fan media web portal followed by a good old fashion networking mixer. The case-study will include Fan Zone contributors, bloggers and podcasters who will share their experiences as "Citizen Journalists."

-Bruce Warren & Jamie Ollivier: Anton Sledgehammer Creative Agency
-Paul Dal Monte: Marketing & Brand Manager for Vancouver Canucks
-Miss 604/Rebecca Bolwitt: Canucks Fan Zone blogger & local "Blogosphere personality"
-Dave Olsen: Canucks Fan Zone Blogger
-Richard Loat: Canucks Fan Zone Blogger & Admin for Vancouver Canucks Facebook application (with 180,000 members)

3:00pm-3:30pm Registration & Networking
3:30pm – video reel, greatest Canuck moments of the 2008/2009 season
- a message from Sponsors/contributors
3:40pm – Presentation starts
(approximately) 4:15pm - Presentation ends and networking mixer follows

Where: The Lamplighter in Gastown, 92 Water Street, Vancouver

Time: 3:00 pm

Price: $ 35 ($25 New Media BC members)

Registration deadline: June 25th, 2009

For more information:

Roberto Luongo get's closer to a return

By robert.sutherland on January 13, 2009 - 2:48pm

After more than two months without team captain and star goaltender in net, the Vancouver Canucks got some great news on Monday.

"We're full go right now, I did everything in practice, I didn't hold anything back," said Luongo


Luongo's return can not come soon enough for the struggling Canucks, who host the New Jersey Devils tonight at GM Place on Canucks TV PPV. The team has dropped four of the last five games and are a dismal 9-11-3 since Luongo was injured. In an attempt to stop the skid, general manager Mike Gillis, acquired goaltender Jason LaBarbera from the L.A. Kings on December 30th. The Burnaby native, LaBarbera showed promise posting a record of 2-1-2 and a save percentage of 2.72, but is in no way the goalie of the future for Vancouver.

Despite missing so much time Luongo still remains near the top of the league in many statistical categories. His five shutouts is good enough for a second place tie. He has also been voted into this months All-Star Game in Montreal.

The Canucks currently sit at 5th place in the Western Conference, five points back of division leading Calgary in the North West Division.

Thank you, Trevor Linden

By samanthaorwell on April 6, 2008 - 12:12am

can we take a moment for Trevor Linden?

Wonderful man.

Welcome to True Vancouver Daylight Savings Time

By Richard Eriksson on May 4, 2007 - 12:46am

I only heard about it on the radio, waiting for the SeaBus to come in, but a part of me doesn't want to see The Goal. The part that doesn't to want to believe that any professional hockey goalie, much less Roberto "MVP" Luongo, can make a mental mistake like that, tired or not. The part of me that doesn't want to believe the season's over. The local junior team, the Vancouver Giants, are in the playoffs too, but I don't know the name of any of the players. (Granted, a Giants game is decent hockey at a decent price, and would watch at the old Pacific Colosseum game again sometime.) Nevermind a war without end: in Canada, with the World Championships, Memorial Cup, and talk about the Olympics going to heat up in a couple of years, we're a country engaging in hockey with no end. Says the guy who just started playing floorball.

Now we fans are cured of our 3-hour long fits of belief suspension, and can finally get to the serious business of berating the weather for teasing us (or, like this morning, tricking us). Game 7 might have happened during a book reading I want to attend, and local grumps can finally thank their goodnesses. Welcome to True Vancouver Daylight Savings Time.

Canucks Outsider Live Game 5 is here starting at about 5:30p.m. Pacific

By Roland Tanglao on May 3, 2007 - 4:11pm

To get in on the live chat go to

Alive for Game Five! Canucks Outsider Servin' it up Homestyle tonight

By uncleweed on May 3, 2007 - 3:07pm

Alive for Game Five!
Canucks Outsider Servin' it up Homestyle

May 3rd ~ 5:30PM PST ~

Roasting Ducks for Game 5

Mr. Furley and his cameras are heading to my confines in North Van for the impending Canucks win tonight - Game 5 pucks drops at 6PM PST so we'll try to fire up by 5:30 or so.

Same channels etc. and hopefully a solid stream and working chat for all three periods. 

Canucks Outsider Live Game 4 is here starting at 5:30 PM Pacific 03 May 2007

By Roland Tanglao on April 30, 2007 - 4:11pm

Canucks Outsider Live Videocast of Hockey Punditry from Dave Olson and his crew of pundits of Game 4 of the Anaheim Series from Elastic Path (thanks once more for the fabulous venue) will be at starting tomorow May 1, 2007 at 7:15 p.m. -ish. See you online!

Roasting Ducks in Overtime - Canucks Outsider podcast #53

By uncleweed on April 30, 2007 - 2:26pm

Just before OT in Game 2 versus the Ducks, Dave and Dan Funboy review the recent action including the pandemonium following the Game 7 victory over the Dallas Stars.  They talk about heroes - both new and vintage - stepping it up for playoff glory, plus outline key matchups against the Ducks and highlight noteworthy performances for and against the Stars. 

Finally, after the late night win, Dave recounts Cowan's heroics and drops in a few recent mainstream media appearences (CTV, CBC, CKNW + Dallas Stars podcast and Vancouver Courier). 

Download Roasting Ducks in Overtime - Canucks Outsider #53 (.mp3, 24:24, 45MB)

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Round 2 Predictions? Consensus Says Ducks in 6, Sacha Says 5

By Richard Eriksson on April 25, 2007 - 3:52pm

After the Canucks won in the two most exciting periods I'd seen in a long time (the second and the third), I'm still left with a few questions:

  • who's playing hurt? Remember when Naslund played hurt and resorted to slapshots in the previous playoffs? People are saying Sami Salo is banged up, but I think that's just because of the trip in Game 7, which looked to me like it knocked the wind out of him (and no doubt bruised his back). Naslund seems okay, playing the role he played all season, stepping up the defensive and physical game possibly at the expense of the offensive game.
  • I read in the papers that Cooke might make it back for Round 2, but when? And are we going to see Kesler at all this year?
  • are the Canucks going to change their game like so many predict? Obviously you adjust to each team, but can a team have more than one system?
  • are we going to see vintage Brian Burke, master of misdirection?
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