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What are the LOCAL guys saying?

POST-GAME

Pass it to Bulis: I watched this Game - The in-game happenings as told by PITB. By Daniel Wagner

Canucks Army: Canucks Blitzkrieg Preds – The goals came fast and furious Tuesday night. By Thomas Drance

PRE-GAME

Nucks Misconduct: Engage Beast Mode-Canucks @ Preds Game Thread – A summary of chat topics from throughout the game. Posted by Missy

Canucks Army: Headshots-Mason Raymond – An In-depth look at 2005 Draft Pick Mason Raymond. By Thomas Drance

Canucks Army: Vigneault’s Blender – So what exactly was AV thinking putting Bitz with ONE twin? By Thomas Drance

The Flying V: State of the Canucks-Feb. 3 – What was the outlook like for the Canucks to start this week? How has it gone? By Kevin Vanstone

Canucks Hockey Blog: Shooting From the Hip – A look at Cody’s Calder chances and what could happen with Cory Schneider. By Jordan Bowman

Pass it to Bulis: Ten Former Canucks Who Could Help the Team Now - Aucoin? Cooke? Glass? Could we see any of them in blue and green come February 28th? Kudo’s To NWSB’s Hodges…By Harrison Mooney

Pass it to Bulis: Lappy Totally Lied to AV to get in the SO - He really shouldnt’ve been in there in the first place. By Daniel Wagner

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Province Sports: Kesler Shines While Playing Through Grief - Kes lost a family member recently but now has a 4 game goal scoring streak. By Jason Botchford

Province Sports: Kudos To AV - A smart move it was to give the twins a day off this week. By Tony Gallagher

Canucks Dot Com: Quick Game Recap. From Associated Press

What are the NATIONAL guys saying?

The Globe and Mail: Diagnosing Sports Injuries is Never an Exact Science – Dave Babych is featured in this story which is a very good one. By Sean Gordon and David Shoalts

The Globe and Mail: Gagner Carries on Family Tradition – Yes Sam Gagner is an Oiler but his Dad? Well he’s employed by the Canucks. By David Shoalts

The National Post: How teams use Home Ice Advantage Unfairly - Conspiracy theories are abound. Here’s another one. By Sean McIndoe

The National Post: Kesler Starting to Look like his Old Self – Kes took a 3 gamer and turned it into a 4 game scoring streak after facing Nashville. By Brad Ziemer

What are the ENEMIES saying?

NASHVILLE

The Tennessean: Preds Look for Playoff Payback – A pre-game (although it is now post-game) look from a Nashvillian point of view. By Mike Organ

MINNESOTA

The Star Tribune: Columbus Dumps Wild - Going into Thursday’s tilt vs. Vancouver, the Wild should be motivated after a loss to the league worst Blue Jackets. From Associated Press

The Star Tribune: Goalie Coach looking for Solution to Backstrom’s SHOOTOUT WOES! – Yeah, Luongo isn’t the only one. Of course, Minnesota is no Vancouver. By Michael Russo (@russostrib)

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