Canucks-Sharks Game 1 Live Chat: Replay now

Black Press newspaper reporters and readers from across B.C. live-chat the Canucks Stanley Cup playoff run.

Vancouver-San Jose Game 1 Live Chat

For the first time in 17 years the Vancouver Canucks are in the third round of the NHL playoffs.

Join us here Sunday starting at 4:45 p.m. for a live chat of Game 1 of the Vancouver-San Jose series.

Reporters and editors from Black Press newspapers across B.C., led by Surrey Leader sports reporter Rick Kupchuk, will analyze the game and the Canucks’ chances of going all the way this season.

Readers are invited to join in the chat and add their own comments.

Go Canucks Go!

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