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Canucks Hat Trick: Miller back in form, McCann's Corsi run, and bloodied Comet

Three things to ponder after the Canucks’ big win in Minnesota — and heading into Friday’s tilt in Dallas against the Stars (SNP, TSN 1040, 5:30 p.m.): 530 more words

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Desjardins' challenge to struggling Canucks: 'Get two per cent better'

Generally, you should take the good stories when you can get them with this season’s Vancouver Canucks.

The Sedins have been a great one.

The defence and goaltending? 517 more words

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Canucks Post Game: Daniel's a hot-shot, Captain Fantastic, muffin goal debate, Kane isn't great?

Notes and quotes as the Canucks turned back the clock Saturday and made it look like 2011 again as the Sedins combined for nine points and the top line finished with 11 in a 6-3 victory over the Blackhawks at Rogers Arena. 1,131 more words

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Hot-shot Kane, Cup-champion Blackhawks perfect test for Miller, slumping Canucks

Ryan Miller has played with Patrick Kane in the Olympics and against the playmaking wizard in the NHL.

Upon hearing that the Chicago Blackhawks winger has another slick release in his impressive arsenal of offensive options — he led the league in goals (13) and points (30) heading into Friday’s game in Calgary — the Vancouver Canucks goaltender offered the perfect summation. 518 more words

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Canucks Are So Bad, They're Good...No Really

There are times I’m happy I that I don’t get overly emotional about the Canucks and their peaks and valleys. There are so many of them over the course of the season that I’d be in a straight jacket if I followed through on all of them. 908 more words


County Roads Lead Me Home: #Jets start homestand versus Vancouver #Canucks

The Jets are in desperate need of some home cooking. And I’m not talking about the mashed potatoes and gravy. The Jets need to taste some victory again! 1,042 more words

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Vancouver Canucks' Ryan Miller gets a chance to 'reset'

WINNIPEG — Twelve days, six games and five losses into their National Hockey League world tour, the Vancouver Canucks did not practice here Tuesday. Not even their three-on-three overtime, line changes or how to defend a short-handed rush. 891 more words