"Given the circumstances in our province right now and throughout the country, we admit that these were some poorly timed decisions on our behalf. On behalf of our club, I just want to say we apologize for that and we are truly sorry," he told the Early Edition's Rick Cluff.
The Canucks first tweeted a photo of players building a camp-fire as a team building exercise despite the province being under a strict campfire ban. The team then tweeted out a photo on Wednesday of Canucks prospects using a water hose to knock down wooden pegs — at the same time much of B.C. faces water restrictions. This comes at a time when the province is going through its hottest, driest spell in more than a decade.
Fans were less than impressed with the tweet.