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Dallas Stars (32-26-4, 68 points – 8th, Western Conference)
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Even through the Vancouver Canucks lost to the Dallas Stars, Canucks coach Alain Vigneault couldn’t stop laughing during part of Sunday’s game.
He was cracking up so badly that he had to cover his face with his lineup card. Apparently, Stars’ forward Vernon Fiddler did an impression of Kevin Bieksa’s angry face. Bieska plays for the Canucks.
Like a lot of Canucks fans, I’m addicted to the Team 1040. I listen to it all the time because I can’t get enough Canucks talk. But in the last year or two, my addiction has subsided. I still listen to it, but I find myself needing a break from it more often and I think I know why. The Team 1040 is broken. It has some problems and I know just how to fix it. Because I’m feeling...
The trade deadline came and went today and the Vancouver Canucks made some moves to hopefully improve their chances of winning the Stanley Cup. Vancouver made three separate deals as they were the among the busiest team on the annual trade deadline day.
Vancouver acquired Sami Pahlsson from Columbus for defensemen Taylor Ellington and two fourth round draft picks in 2012
It was half hour after the trade deadline had officially passed, and there were rumblings of a big deal with Vancouver Canucks, however no one expected that the other team in that deal would be the Buffalo Sabres – but that’s exactly what it was. The Sabres have dealt Zack Kassian and Marc-Ande Gragnani for Cody Hodgson and Alexander Sulzer. This trade coming in addition to...
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Tired and emotional drained, Vancouver went is to New Jersey last night and played a solid road game. The team was gassed from the game last night, and travel problems, but one Canucks was fully fresh and ready to go. That Canuck was Cory Schneider. Schneider...
This is close to the blockbuster deal everyone was waiting for. The Vancouver Canucks have dealt Cody Hodgson -- a legitimate Calder Trophy candidate right now -- to Buffalo along with Alexander Sulzer. Hodgson was the tenth overall pick in 2008 and is currently fifth among all rookies in total points with 33 this season -- doing so in fairly limited minutes on a loaded Vancouver...
Tired and emotionally drained after ending the Detroit Red Wings' NHL-record 23-game home winning streak less than 24 hours earlier, the Vancouver Canucks did what's expected of a very good team - they found a way to beat the New Jersey Devils.
Backup goaltender Cory Schneider did most of the work making 30 saves and Aaron Rome and Mason Raymond provided unlikely goals as...
The Vancouver Canucks are widely regarded as one of the more hated teams in the NHL by fans & players within the league. You can add Detroit Redwings goalie Jimmy Howard to that list as ...
In perhaps the most surprising deal on trade deadline day, the Vancouver Canucks acquired forward Zack Kassian from the Buffalo Sabres in exchange for rookie forward Cody Hodgson.
The two teams also swapped blueliners, with Marc-Andre Gragnani heading to Vancouver and Alexander Sulzer going to Buffalo.
The 6-3, 214-pound...
The Vancouver Canucks made a pair of trades Monday, adding Blue Jackets center Samuel Pahlsson and acquiring right wing Zack Kassian and defenseman Marc-Andre Gragnani from Buffalo in exchange for center Cody Hodgson and defenseman Alexander Sulzer.
Per Bob McKenzie on TSN Trade Centre, Vancouver trades Cody Hodgson to Buffalo for Zack Kassian.
added 3:46pm, more to the trade, Canucks get Marc-Andre Gragnani, Sabres receive Alexander Sulzer
Without dismissing the Buffalo Sabres' chances of making the playoffs this season, general manager Darcy Regier turned his attention to addressing long-term needs at the NHL trade deadline on Monday. Regier completed two trades in which he filled the team's biggest need at center, by acquiring rookie Cody Hodgson from league-leading Vancouver.