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Canucks Taking Advantage Of Weak Division

Pretty much stating the obvious here but for the time being the Canucks would be wise to fool whoever they can while the getting is good. 968 more words

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Matt Duchene Is True Foundational Player Canucks Need in Rebuild

It’s hard to believe the Colorado Avalanche would actually trade Matt Duchene but rumour on the street is that it’s in the cards. Duchene along with Gabriel Landeskog are apparently being shopped or will soon be shopped. 751 more words

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Bowness Coverage - The Canucks Hereafter

The Canucks/Lightning game surprisingly had a lot of interesting questions that needed to be asked after a randomly impressive victory. This team has some talent that is slowly being revealed to us as the opportunities come. 645 more words

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Jim Benning Wants To Watch Vancouver Burn

The Canucks aren’t going to change much from now until the end of the season. The roster you see is pretty much what you get. Aside from some callups and maybe a random waiver pickup, the Canucks that are on the ice today are the Canucks that will finish out the season. 813 more words

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Sun tanning with the Pat-cast: On the Larsen hit, the Linden/Benning media tour and no-trade talk

Jeff Paterson is back from his sunny sojourn; fittingly, Jason Botchford joins him from Tampa.

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There’s lots to talk about, including the Philip Larsen and its aftermath, Jim Benning and Trevor Linden talking to every media outlet they can, what to make of the GM’s no-trade comments, Willie D’s deployments — and his praise for Botch — re-signing Miller and Burrows…and of course, a visit from R2D2. 24 more words

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Ed Willes: On Seahawks, Canucks' Benning and Cam Cole's retirement

To usher in the holiday season, here are the always festive musings and meditations on the world of sports.

• Today’s discussion question: In the absence of a clear-cut favourite, does the… 1,175 more words

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Canucks recall Alexandre Grenier From AHL Utica Comets

Vancouver, B.C. – Vancouver Canucks General Manager Jim Benning announced today that the club has recalled forward Alexandre Grenier from the AHL Utica Comets.

Grenier, 25, has appeared in 16 games for Utica this season where he currently leads the team in points (14), ranks second in goals (6) and is tied for second in assists (8). 134 more words

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