So those Canucks eh? They’re really ________!
You fill in the blanks…DUH!
So I took some time and put together this bloody brilliant list of the best Canucks articles from all over the interwebz. Peruse them and read to your heart’s delight.
What are the BLOODY BRILLIANT NWSB staff saying?
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What are the LOCAL guys saying?
Province Sports: Canucks Ooze by Last Place Jackets – A win’s a win in my books but yeah, it wasn’t what it should have been. By Jason Botchford
Pass it to Bulis: I watched this Game ~ Columbus @ Vancouver - The PITB (humourous) take on the Canucks game on Saturday night. By Harrison Mooney
Province Sports: Jack Johnson Finds Fit in Columbus – Traded at the deadline, Jack Johnson went from playoff contender to conference basement dweller, but he is going to make the most of it. By Tony Gallagher
Province Sports: Steven Reinprecht Hopeful to See Playoff Action with Canucks – Having spent the entire regular season in the AHL with Chicago, the man who must clear regular season waivers could play a huge part in a long and deep playoff run for Vancouver. By Jason Botchford
Pass it to Bulis: Cory Schneider Really Wants to Steal Luongo’s Job – But is he too afraid to say so? By Harrison Mooney
Pass it to Bulis: 16 Legit Reasons to Fire Alain Vigneault - Does this man get too much credit given the players he coaches? By Daniel Wagner
Vancouver Sun: Schneider Preaches Patience as Backup – He’s stellar between the pipes and even more stellar on the bench; a real team player. By Brad Ziemer
Vancouver Sun: Rome Back to Boost Blueline – Will Aaron Rome be a liability in the stretch drive and playoffs or can he be a key and reliable cog? By Brad Ziemer
Nucks Misconduct: Let’s Check in on some Former Canucks – How’s that Mikael Samuelsson guy doin’ down there in Sunny Florida? By Sean Zandberg
Canucks Army: The Good, The Band and Dear Crosby- Has Sean Avery Retired? How does Crosby look since returning? Can the Canucks get back to their winning ways? By Marda Miller
The Birthing Whale says, "It's cold up here; get it?"
Benched Whale: Columbus Blue Jackets thoughts – What’s to fear against Columbus? By Dani Toth
What are the NATIONAL guys saying?
The Globe and Mail: Canucks Chairman says “Business as Usual” during Divorce Case – Reports say that Francesco Aquilini has requested control of the Canucks in their divorce battle. By David Ebner
The National Post: Canucks Rely on 3rd Line to Get it Done – With Alex Burrows moved down to play with Hansen and Pahlsson, can the 3rd line be a juggernaut? By Ben Kuzma
The National Post: Are Canucks Fans Getting Complacent? – The way things have been going, I can’t really blame them…or us. By Ed Willes
What are the ENEMIES saying?
The Columbus Dispatch: Shift Change – The more than struggling Blue Jackets have a lot of work to do between now and next season to be a playoff contender but for now, it’s the little things and pride. By Aaron Portzline, Shawn Mitchell and Michael Arace
The Star-Tribune: Losses and Frustration Mount for Wild - Once in this season’s playoff picture, the Minnesota Wild are all but mathematically out at this point; frustrating for fans in one of very few hockey crazy American markets. By Kent Youngblood
The Morning Java will be posted regularly Wednesday and Saturday mornings (with some exceptions) so check us out then to find some of the best local and national Canucks material on the web!
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