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Vancouver, B.C. – Vancouver Canucks President and General Manager Mike Gillis announced today that the Canucks have re-assigned left wing Bill Swea...
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Canucks blogger Steve Lee brings us a good piece on the Vancouver Canucks today. Henrik Sedin is under the spotlight for the Canucks, and its noted the opposition will start clamping down on linemates Daniel Sedin, Alex Burrows, Jannik Hansen eventually and if Henrik could bump up his scoring to 25-30 goals per season, the Canucks could become more dangerous.
Ouch. That’s awkward. You see, it is reasonable to assume that Vancouver goalie Roberto Luongo is wearing a t-shirt that reads “Canucks” during a post-game session with reporters, but the inconvenient placement of one of the reporter’s microphones is partly obscuring the team’s name on the netminder’s shirt so that the “CAN” part in “CANUCKS” [...]
The Vancouver Canucks lost to the Columbus Blue Jackets last night 2-1 in shootouts. Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo thought that losing kinda sucks and he let us all know. He didn't even have to say it.
Did you miss the Vancouver Canucks vs. Columbus Blue Jackets game tonight? We’ve got the highlights for you. Mark Letestu, captain Rick Nash and defenseman James Wisniewski scored shootout goals as the Columbus Blue Jackets beat Vancouver Tuesday. Maxim Lapierre tied the game eight minutes into the third. Roberto Luongo stopped 29 shots for the Canucks.
Even though next season will see the Chicago Blackhawks and Vancouver Canucks only play each other twice, their rivalry still continues to burn hot. Their next tilt will not take place until January 31st, but that did not stop center Dave Bolland from throwing a couple of jabs at the Canucks’ Swedish tandem of Daniel and Henrik Sedin.
In an interview with David Kaplan of WGN...
"Defenceman James Wisniewski beat Roberto Luongo for the winning goal in the shootout, when the Blue Jackets went 3-for-3 after blowing a third-period lead to the Canucks." [Vancouver Sun] (H/T Disco Choo) More »
On the very day that 24/7 Flyers Rangers is set to debut, it's been the feud between the Vancouver Canucks and Chicago Blackhawks that has dominated the news cycle (much to the dismay of HBO, one assumes). One night after a radio interview surfaced in which Dave Bolland called the Sedins' "Sisters", seemingly everyone has chimed in, and I'm just talking about...