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Canucks Hat Trick: What good is one and done?; UFA money, mentors, message-senders; fanning Flames of change

Three points to ponder as the Canucks poke through the embers of a future defining first-round Stanley Cup playoffs Flame-out. They transitioned from a good regular season, to a poor postseason and an offseason full of questions about the roster road the franchise could and should travel: 1,240 more words

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Province Sports Radio: Talkin’ Canucks like Kenins and Biega and Comets prospects with John Pitarresi

How ’bout them young’uns?

Alex Biega scores in his first game. Ronalds Kenins is a search-and-destroy missile…who’s scored three goals.

For a team that’s struggled to find blood from the inside in recent seasons, the current batch look like they might hold some diamonds-in-the-rough. 65 more words

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Canucks Post Game: Trade winds blowing, Hansen lowers the boom, Willie wonders who are we?

Some points to ponder following a 4-0 loss to the Ducks on Tuesday in which the Canucks gave management every reason to take a harder look at the roster in advance of the March 2 trade deadline: 718 more words

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Canucks shuffle Jensen, Corrado back to Utica

The Vancouver Canucks today reassigned defenceman Frank Corrado and winger Nicklas Jensen to the American Hockey League’s Utica Comets.

The 21-year-old Jensen, the Canucks’ first-round pick in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, has played in five games for the parent club this season. 131 more words

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Canucks send Corrado, Jensen to AHL Comets

Facing a spread-out schedule following a packed, seven games in 12 days road trip, the Canucks sent rookies Nicklas Jensen and Frank Corrado to the AHL Utica Comets on Wednesday. 76 more words

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Canucks Game Day: It should be Lack, it should be Jensen, it should be Anderson

OTTAWA — Points to ponder as the Canucks decide who’s going to get the goaltending call in Ottawa on Sunday (4 p.m. PT, City TV) while awaiting the medical word on the sidelined Shawn Matthias and still wondering how they went 0-for-6 on the power play Saturday in Toronto despite ample opportunities to score: 675 more words

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Canucks still getting a read on rookie Horvat

Vancouver rookie center Bo Horvat only played 5:56 of Tuesday’s 4-3 overtime victory versus Ottawa.

It was one of the few times this season that Canucks coach Willie Desjardins didn’t consistently roll four lines, as young wingers Brandon DeFazio and Nicklas Jensen, called up from the AHL due to injuries, didn’t play much either. 313 more words

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