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Canucks Watch: Burrows takes high road, Sestito picks fighting spots, Benning plays hurt

WINNING, NOT WHINING: The free-agent signing of Radim Vrbata and the management promise that the winger would play with Henrik and Daniel Sedin could have sent Alex Burrows into an offseason sulk — especially in considering Vrbata was his QMJHL teammate. 507 more words

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2014/15 Season Preview – Vancouver Canucks

2013/14 Season Record – 12th in Western Conference, 5th in Pacific Division 1,346 more words

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Burrows 'always thought' Sedins would be 'better with a right-handed guy'

It’s tempting to think that Alex Burrows would be sour that the Canucks signed Radim Vrbata to play with the Sedins.

After all, it was Burrows who was skating five-on-five with the twins when they were taking turns leading the NHL in scoring. 328 more words

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Desjardins confident that Canucks can play fast

Willie Desjardins doesn’t think the Canucks are too old and slow to play the kind of up-tempo style that made them so successful in the past. 229 more words

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Don't like the Ryan Miller signing, Canucks fans? Consider the 2011-12 Leafs

For a good example of the scenario that Canucks general manager Jim Benning wanted to avoid next season, consider the 2011-12 Toronto Maple Leafs.

That was the Leafs team that went into the season with James Reimer and Jonas Gustavsson as their two goalies, despite the pair having combined for just 95 starts in NHL. 477 more words

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Burrows okay with Vrbata taking his spot alongside Sedins

Alex Burrows’ time as the Sedin twins regular linemate might have come to a close. When Canucks GM Jim Benning signed Radim Vrbata to a two-year, $10 million contract, it was with the belief that he’d be a “good fit” on the top line. 183 more words

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Province Sports Radio: Talkin' Canucks with Botchford & Jamieson

Some technical difficulties last week – but fear, not, we’ve returned.

Jason Botchford joins from an airport. Patrick Johnston and Jim Jamieson are in the Province Sports Radio Lounge. 97 more words

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