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Not long after David Booth was traded to Vancouver on Saturday night, general manager Dale Tallon walked into a conference room at BankAtlantic Center with a scowl on his face.
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Not many people would welcome a trade from the sun and warmth of South Beach to the Pacific Northwest. David Booth is thrilled to be moving three time zones west.
On Saturday, the Florida Panthers dealt Booth, center Steve Reinprecht and a third-round draft pick in 2013 to the Vancouver Canucks for forwards Mikael Samuelsson and Marco Sturm.
For Booth, it is a trade from an NHL...
The Canucks made a fairly significant trade over the weekend, acquiring David Booth from Florida. Other teams are said to be getting into the market as injuries pile up all over the NHL. Could the Blackhawks enter the market soon? … Continue reading →
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http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/ File: David_Booth.jpgAs NHLHS’s Bill Whitehead reported on Saturday, the first major trade of the 2011-2012 occurred where the Florida Panthers dealt left wing David Booth, minor leaguer Steven Reinprecht, and a 2013 third round draft pick to the Vancouver Canucksfor veteran forwards Mikael Samuelsson and Marco...
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Unless you were Rick DiPietro's cheekbones, you probably really enjoyed the 2010-11 season series between the Penguins and Islanders. First, there was that now-legendary goalie fight. Then, nine days later, the two teams went batcrap on one another, combining for 346 penalty minutes, including 15 fighting majors...
A different climate isn't the only change new Canucks forward David Booth is going to have to get used to. The Michigan native is going from a team in the midst of an epic playoff drought to one that fell just short of a Stanley Cup championship a season ago.
Canucks blogger points out there's a massive history of trades between the Vancouver Canucks and Florida Panthers in the NHL. As shocking as the timing of the David Booth trade was, the fact the deal occured with the Panthers was about as easy to predict as the crowd reaction when Roberto Luongo lets in a goal. This time its David Booth for Marco Sturm and Mikael Samuelsson...
Vancouver Canucks beat blogger Riley Trottier is back and better than ever. With some things to get off his chest. This week, things that bother him about the Canucks, the media coverage of new Vancouver Canucks forward David Booth, and the fact that it pushed Roberto Luongo and the goalie controversy out of the media for a few days...
The Vancouver Canucks are pulling out of a slow start to the season, and they feel the addition of David Booth may expedite that process.
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins is looking to continue his own impressive start for the Edmonton Oilers - and stay in the NHL.
Booth is expected to make his debut for the Canucks on Tuesday night, when they try to solve Nugent-Hopkins and beat the Oilers...
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the St. Louis Blues 3-0 win over the Canucks. The Canucks offense was shut out for the third time this year by Brian Elliot. Ryan Kesler, Christopher Higgins, and David Booth were nowhere to be found.
Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 10 matchup between the St. Louis Blues vs. Vancouver Canucks. A 3-0 Vancouver loss. Along with Kevin Bieksa, David Booth and the American Express line, (Ryan Kesler, Christopher Higgins) struggled through some early growing pains versus the Blues.
from Jason Botchford of the Vancouver Province, “It feels like, right now, we are hoping to get the first goal,” Daniel said. “This is not a league where you can hope to get goals. You have to work extremely hard to get them.”
Again, and this is a theme, the Canucks managed to miss the net more than they hit it. They had 21 shots blocked and another 19 they took just avoided...
By Bill Whitehead
“Playoffs?…You kidding me? Playoffs!” Those, of course, are the immortal words of an astounded Jim Mora during a legendary NFL press conference in 2001, but with a strong start to the season, many in Pantherland are thinking about the postseason. And the actions of Florida general manager Dale Tallon, like last Saturday afternoon when he made a major alteration...