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Canucks Game Day: Sedins need support, Kesler predicts playoffs, Virtanen returns, no crease conundrum

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Points to ponder as the Canucks face the Ducks with the division rivals, who are out of a playoff spot today and are taking some baggage into their second meeting of the season, look to right some wrongs (7 p.m., Sportsnet, TSN 1040): 1,297 more words

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Province Sports Radio: Fridays with Ed on All things Canucks

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Ed Willes joins Paul Chapman to talk all things Canucks. Why are fans getting riled up? This team represents pretty much what everyone wanted, mildly competitive while showcasing kids who don’t look out of place in a build for the future. 152 more words

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Big delights in Big D: Canucks sure know how to manage their down time

DALLAS — A Cowboys game, a turkey dinner and a spirited cribbage tournament. The Vancouver Canucks talk about managing their minutes on the ice, but they sure know how to manage their down time on this four-game road trip. 302 more words

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Canucks Game Day: Tootoo tees off, Vrbata back, Markstrom starts, scoring vs. settling scores

Points to ponder as the Canucks gear up for a rematch with the Devils (7 p.m., Sportsnet, TSN 1040) in a well-documented drama that could feature sub-plots and maybe cheap shots. 1,085 more words

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The Morning Skate, Nov. 19: Flailing Canucks, Fighting Hawks and Flutie sadness

The Fighting Sioux are dead. Long live the Fighting Hawks.

The University of North Dakota, under immense pressure to be just a wee bit more progressive with their sports teams’ nickname, … 2,770 more words

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Work on Pincourt arena to start again soon

A new arena in Pincourt — a private project plagued by delays and legal battles for more than a decade — should be completed by fall 2016, vow the current promoters who are led by former Montreal Canadiens goaltender Jocelyn Thibault. 420 more words

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Marla Newhook: Work at long-awaited Pincourt arena restarts – again

Finally, the town of Pincourt can put the arena debacle behind it.

Now that the Quebec Court of Appeal has settled the most recent legal issue, perhaps we’ll actually start to see action on the building site across from the Chêne-Bleu high school on Pincourt Blvd., which has been an eyesore for so many years. 462 more words

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