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Canucks Intimidated and Pushed Around - Shades of Boston?

Does this Calgary Flames series not remind you of the Stanley Cup Finals with Boston? Throughout these games the Canucks have been intimidated, pushed around and have lost the majority of puck battles – just like what happened with the Bruins. 1,158 more words


Canucks send Sven Baertschi back to Utica

Scoring two goals against one of the league’s dogs wasn’t enough to get Sven Baertschi playoff consideration.

The morning after a 6-5 win over Edmonton in the 2014-15 regular season finale – a game where Baertschi bagged two goals – the Canucks sent the winger back to AHL Utica. 89 more words

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The Swiss Sven-sation has landed

The Swiss Sven-sation has landed in Canuck nation.

Ever since the young Baertschi has been traded to Vancouver from Calgary at the NHL trade deadline, we all wanted to have a taste of what Sven can bring to his new team. 257 more words


Canucks 2015 Playoff Survival Checklist

So the Canucks clinched a playoff spot by beating the Kings on Monday night and then celebrated as the Oilers did the same thing the next night. 784 more words


JARKKO POLO: Millionaires Bankrupted

The bad weeks always start good don’t they? A tease of maybe what’s to come and then WHAMMY! kicked in the junk. Watching the Canucks this past week was basically that; big win against the Jets, then rocking the Millionaires jerseys should have been so much fun but no, yet another embarrassement. 658 more words


The Calder Trophy Where's the Love for Canucks' Bo Horvat

I realize that out here on the West Coast the recognition for teams is not a high priority  in the NHL, unless you win the Stanley Cup (3 in the last 8 years) or Presidents’ Trophy (3 in the last 6 seasons). 958 more words


Canucks Hat Trick: Miller Time(Frame), Sedin combos, Celly done right

Three thoughts a day after the Canucks beat Philly 4-1 on Pat Quinn Night:

1. Following a report by TSN 1040 co-host Farhan Lalji on Wednesday morning that injured Canucks goaltender Ryan Miller won’t be returning to the practice ice for another three weeks, it’s a little early to predict that back-up Eddie Lack will be starting the playoffs for the NHL club. 490 more words

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