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Thirty In Thirty: Vancouver Canucks

Season In Review

Following a minor rebuild on the fly after the 2013-14 season, the Canucks surprised a lot of people and finished second in the Pacific Division last season. 623 more words


Looking to make the leap: Jacob Markstrom

Canucks GM Jim Benning cleared a path for Jacob Markstrom to start the 2015-16 campaign with Vancouver by trading Eddie Lack, but this is far from the first time Markstrom has been given a good opportunity to establish himself in the NHL. 284 more words

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Under Pressure: Jim Benning

For the last four months or so, it’s hard to find a Jim Benning move that wasn’t met with criticism.

It started in April when the Canucks signed Luca Sbisa and Derek Dorsett to… 268 more words

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It’s Vancouver Canucks Day at PHT

Throughout the month of August, PHT will be dedicating a day to all 30 NHL clubs. Today’s team? The Vancouver Canucks.

After a rough season under bench boss John Tortorella, the Vancouver Canucks went into the 2014-15 campaign hoping that new coach Willie Desjardins would prove to be a better fit for their organization. 322 more words

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Vancouver Canucks Trying To Hold On Too Long

Wrapping up the pacific division off-season recap, now could be the time for you to go back and read all the teams at once. Or if you want you can let me sum it up like this, Anaheim is still the best team in this division, Arizona in the middle of a rebuild that’s going pretty well, Calgary looking to load up and take that “contender” jump, Edmonton at the tail end of a rebuild looking to take the next step, Los Angeles should be able to get back into the playoffs, Same goes for San Jose who looks like they have the team to do so. 1,004 more words


8th-seeded '13-'14 Blues Take Down Top-seeded '68-'69 Blues in Tight Seven Game Series

The 8th-seeded ’13-’14 Blues won the series in seven games, but outscored the top-seeded ’68-’69 Blues just 16-14 in those seven games. In Game 1, the ’68-’69 Blues took a 2-1 lead thanks to a goal from… 798 more words

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Summer Breeze Gently Blowing Through the Windmills of my Canucks Mind

As one hockey writer noted, it is the dog days of summer where very little is happening in the NHL and especially with the Canucks. As GM Jim Benning mentioned, he likes the team the way it stacks up now, so I don’t see much changing before the season begins. 1,406 more words