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Pay for your actions on the ice

Re: OHL sends message with Ho-Sang suspension, by Bob Duff, April 7.

I am a Spitfire fan. I don’t agree with such a lengthy suspension for Josh Ho-Sang because in my opinion, there was no intent to injure the London player. 169 more words


Vancouver Canucks - Who will stay and who will go?

There are a number of players that are UFA’s and RFA’s. Just which of the Vancouver Canucks will be re-signed or will the off-season changes, which will surely develop, force them out. 1,182 more words


Monday's NHL Fantasy Plays for 4/7 - 4/10

Happy Monday, you hockey loving SideLeaguers! It’s a slow night on the ice and we’ve only got one game for you tonight on the SideLeague slate and that’s a battle between the Canucks & Ducks. 119 more words

The Canucks and The Future: Where Does This Team Go Now?

The continuing soap opera in Vancouver took more twists and turns last week, after Mike Gillis admitted he had led himself astray from his core principles that in turn basically robbed the Canucks of the past two years. 1,303 more words


Gallagher's Hat Trick: Could Torts and Gillis find common ground, run the 2014-15 Canucks?

The Vancouver Canucks are probably feeling pretty good about themselves after their 2-1 win over the L.A. Kings Saturday night, particularly given former King Brad Richardson bagged the winner in the third period — when the Canucks are the team usually seeing the red lights behind them at that stage of the game. 704 more words

The White Towel

Gallagher's Hat Trick: Kassian channels best of Bertuzzi, penalty killing rebounds, and Jensen rides the bench (?!)

The Vancouver Canucks come home after a successful road trip of three points in two games feeling that it wasn’t good enough, and they are right. 772 more words

The White Towel

Top Line: James Neal gets away with mayhem; longest NHL game; more

By Allan Muir

An annotated guide to this morning’s must-read hockey stories:

• James Neal of the Penguins is the poster child for everything that’s wrong with NHL discipline, 428 more words

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