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Canucks 'know what it's going to take' to keep Lack, whose future might be elsewhere

You can add Eddie Lack to the list of goalies that might come available this summer.

Lack, who took over the No. 1 gig in Vancouver after Ryan Miller’s injury and backstopped the team to the playoffs, has one year left on his deal but could be moved if the Canucks decide he’s not in their long-term plans. 417 more words

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If Anderson is available, should the Oilers be interested?

If the Ottawa Senators re-sign goalie Andrew Hammond — and it sounds like they intend to try — they’ll need to trade one of Craig Anderson or Robin Lehner. 309 more words

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Happy Mother's Day to Hockey Moms

I couldn’t readily find many hockey mom GIFs available, despite thinking I had lots. If I had spent more than the last hour on this, I might have found more. 137 more words


Talking Hockey Wives: Throwing axes, pop-up parties with George Stroumboulopoulos and goodbye to Season 1

W Network aired the eighth and final episode of the behind-the-scenes reality show Hockey Wives on Wednesday night. In our latest instalment of an occasional series called Unproductive Conversations, Erin Valois, National Post’s executive producer of digital, and Kaitlyn McGrath, a digital editor in the Post’s sports department, talk about this week’s show. 1,778 more words


Will anyone pay a price for Markstrom?

Once again, the Vancouver Canucks are going to have to try and trade a goalie.

GM Jim Benning didn’t deny it yesterday, while also agreeing that the time to do it may be at this summer’s draft. 355 more words

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Canucks Next Step Is So Important

Optimism only can last so long once reality rears its ugly face. The Vancouver Canucks were eliminated by the atrocious Calgary Flames on Saturday night. It hurt even for the ones that didn’t think they’d get THIS far. 811 more words


Canucks - Deja vu in the Playoffs

I would really like to write something positive after over forty five years of supporting this team, and writing about it for seven, but when you’re faced with mediocrity, from the Management, organization and on down to the players – this is what you have. 1,041 more words