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Vancouver Canucks sports blogger Carolyn Smith reports on the fantastic news today that former Captain Canuck Trevor Linden received the Order of Canada today for Dedication to the community. Linden is one of the most respected players in Canucks franchise history. Congrats Trev!
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges tells us a bit about NEW Canucks forward David Booth. Not knowing much about him he was quite curious to check his After Hours interview on CBC last Saturday. He's kind and considerate and quietly uses his beliefs as a driving force in his life. As does Dan Hamhuis. Positive energy can go a long way in the Canucks dressing room.
Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 13 matchup between the Vancouver Canucks and St. Louis Blues. For the second time in the span of 10 days the Canucks were beaten by the St. Louis Blues. Alex Burrows opened the scoring, Ryan Kesler notched one, but a pair by T.J. Oshie for St. Louis were enough to help them win.
Free NHL Betting Odds & Picks on the Vancouver Canucks vs. Chicago Blackhawks Sunday matchup. The Canucks are +130 road underdogs. The over/under is set at 5.5. The Canucks have lost two straight games after an impressive two game win streak. Roberto Luongo should start on Sunday – the team needs to get him going!
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the Canucks 5-1 loss to the Wild on Wednesday. Thank goodness for Cory Schneider or this could have been a lot worse. Kevin Bieksa called it one of the worst performances he's seen as a Canuck, and he's probably not that far off. Manny Malhotra was a -4.
Oh, the Canucks. Hey, losers. What's new?Oh, wait, I can think of something new: You’re looking at our sexy asses sitting pretty in first place in the conference while you’re hanging out in 11th. But that’s not really a big deal. I mean, we’re only a dozen or so games in.That two game losing streak you guys are on is pretty awesome. Who’d you lose to again? The Wild...
from Mike Zeisberger of the Toronto Sun, When looking through our crystal ball at the first-time candidates who will be eligible for induction next year, four names jump off the page at you: Sundin, Joe Sakic, Jeremy Roenick and Brendan Shanahan.
A legitimate argument may be made that this could be potentially the strongest class since the 2007 edition, when defencemen Scott Stevens...
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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) -- The fight between Minnesota's Cal Clutterbuck and Vancouver's Maxim Lapierre was intense enough to get an official involved.
Clutterbuck was tied up with Lapierre in front of the Canucks bench late in Thursday's game when the Wild forward swung blindly and inadvertently hit linesman Darren Gibbs in the face instead of Lapierre. ...
THURSDAY'S STORY LINE: Play our game, stick to our systems. Those are words spoken in the Minnesota Wild locker room when discussing what they need to do to slow down the high-powered Vancouver Canucks on Thursday night.
Vancouver is sixth in the NHL with 3.00 goals per game. The Canucks are led by the always-dangerous Henrik and Daniel Sedin, who are tied for sixth in the NHL...
Remember back when the Vancouver Canucks used to have a Stanley Cup contending team? Last year they finished first in the Western Conference, made it to the Cup Final and came within a few goals of hoisting the trophy on home ice. But then the unthinkable happened...they choked away a Game 7 on home ice, something nearly impossible to do."There's always next year" said...
A LOOK BACK........
It was probably the way the Vancouver Canucks demolished the Chicago Blackhawks via five power play goals that shocked people last night more than anything. That 5-6 outburst pushed Vancouver to 2nd in the league at just over 26% success. Also, Henrik Sedin had a goal and three assists plus Daniel Sedin chipped in a goal and two assists...