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4th-seeded '06-'07 Sabres, the Inaugural Buffaslug's (Sorry, Buffalo), Sweep 5th-seeded '05-'06 Sabres

Game 1 was tied 2-2 after two periods after Derek Roy tied it halfway through the second for the 4th-seeded ’06-’07 Sabres. Then, a shorthanded goal from… 488 more words

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Despite rumors, Linden says Canucks haven't tried to trade Higgins

On Monday, Canucks president Trevor Linden addressed trade rumblings surrounding one of his team’s most veteran skaters, Chris Higgins.

“Chris Higgins is an important player on our team,” Linden said in a statement, … 397 more words

Vancouver Canucks

Benning takes heat after admitting he could've traded Miller

A curious thing happened Thursday night during a town hall for Canucks ticketholders:

The GM got booed.

Jim Benning, who’s already come under fire this offseason, took some serious heat after admitting that — rather than dealing popular backup goalie Eddie Lack — he could’ve traded away veteran starter Ryan Miller. 297 more words

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Tough Calls on Employees........er....Goalies

A few years back the Harvard Business Review published an article which focussed on a dilemma faced by many managers in their working lives.

It’s best described this way…. 234 more words

Eddie Lack

Eddie Lack excited about trade to Hurricanes: 'Carolina really wanted me'

Eddie Lack believes his best hockey is ahead of him, which is good news for the Carolina Hurricanes.

Carolina traded a third-round pick and a 2016 seventh-rounder to the Vancouver Canucks for Lack during second-day action at the NHL Draft on Saturday to replace Anton Khudobin, who was sent to the Anaheim Ducks for defenseman James Wisniewski. 317 more words

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Linden defends Lack trade, thinks Canucks will have 'real good goaltending next year'

SUNRISE — For a team that wants its “young kids to learn how to play in a winning environment,” the Vancouver Canucks are taking a bit of a gamble when it comes to their goaltending. 283 more words

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Canucks ship Lack to Hurricanes for third-round pick in 2015 , seventh-rounder in 2016 draft

SUNRISE, Fla. — When the sun rose on the east coast Saturday, it also set on Eddie Lack on the west coast.

The Vancouver Canucks goaltender was traded to the Carolina Hurricanes prior to the second day of the 2015 NHL draft for a third-round selection (66th) — QMJHL defenceman Guillaume Brisebois — and also a seventh-round pick in 2016. 903 more words

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