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The Vancouver Canucks 7-2-1 record over their last 10 games is about to be put to the ultimate test. They are travelling through the NHL’s version of Death Valley, where few teams survive. Over the next six days Vancouver will…Read more →The post Vancouver Canucks: Real test lies ahead in 4-game swing through Cali/Arizona appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
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