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Can the Canucks Survive the Next Week?

If it seems like a long time since the Vancouver Canucks have won a game, its because it has been. With the Sochi Olmypic break, the Canucks seven-game losing streak  has […]

by · February 26, 2014 · 0 comments · Vancouver Canucks
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Sooner Than Later: The State Of The Canucks’ Cupboard

  With the Canucks season on the brinks, is it time to dig deep in the franchise’s pockets for a solution? Has Mike Gillis provided that answer over his tenure? […]

by · February 25, 2014 · 1 comment · AHL, Hockey History, Vancouver Canucks
For Every Canadian, A Canuck

For Every Canadian, A Canuck

Long dismissed by the holy houses of the great Canadian hockey cities, the city of Vancouver bows to no one in its history, heartbreaking or otherwise.   The Vancouver Canucks […]

by · February 18, 2014 · 1 comment · Hockey History, Vancouver Canucks
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Luongo Looks For Olympic Break from Frightful February

  It’s been a tough few weeks for Roberto Luongo, who was probably first in line at the airport gate, banging on the plane’s door and screaming for the pilot […]

by · February 11, 2014 · 0 comments · Olympics, Vancouver Canucks
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Canucks Corner – The Olympic Break Edition

Vancouver’s 3-1 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs in the last regular season game before the Sochi Olympic break couldn’t come at a better time. Since he was announced as […]

by · February 9, 2014 · 0 comments · Olympics, Vancouver Canucks
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Did Duncan Keith Ruin Daniel Sedin?

It is no secret that the lack of offensive punch, especially on the power play, has been one of the keys to the Canucks’ mediocre play in 2013-14.  Vancouver currently […]

by · January 30, 2014 · 3 comments · Vancouver Canucks
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Canucks Corner – The Ugly Edition

What an ugly week it was for the Vancouver Canucks. Why does Vancouver travel to the dreaded State of California twice in January, within the first two and half weeks? […]

by · January 20, 2014 · 1 comment · Vancouver Canucks
Canucks Falter in October

Zac Dalpe Takes His Turn with the Sedins

Daniel and Henrik Sedin have been mainstays for the Canucks ever since Brian Burke’s draft day coup ensured that the brothers would have the opportunity to play together in the […]

by · January 13, 2014 · 0 comments · Vancouver Canucks
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Eddie Lack Fills Critical Role for Canucks

The “soap opera” that has been the Canucks’ goaltending situation has quieted down this season after a couple years of drama surrounding the position.  The instability started in earnest during […]

by · December 25, 2013 · 1 comment · NHL Goaltending, Vancouver Canucks
Kris Versteeg has adjusted well in his return to the Chicago Blackhawks. (Icon SMI)

The Rise and Fall of the Blackhawks / Canucks Rivalry

In past seasons, there was a persistent and pervasive hatred between the Chicago Blackhawks and Vancouver Canucks. Fans around the league recognized the rivalry, but more importantly, the players perpetuated […]

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Ryan Kesler Returns to Beast Mode for Canucks

The Vancouver Canucks are riding high after beating their nemesis the Boston Bruins 6-2 Saturday night.  The Canucks are undefeated in December, having won seven in a row since a […]

by · December 16, 2013 · 0 comments · Vancouver Canucks
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Canucks Corner – Coming Full Circle

After going through an abysmal month of November, the Vancouver Canucks seem to have hit their winning stride again this December. Initially, they’ve made it hard on themselves to get […]

by · December 15, 2013 · 0 comments · Vancouver Canucks