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by Samantha Stanway on April 27th, 2011
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Watching a world-class goalie get injured during a penalty shot is a little like pretending to be homeless to score a free dinner from the shelter.  Sure you’re gonna meet some interesting people, and you probably won’t need to worry about being the drunkest one there, but something about it just feels wrong. Thanks to the previous shutout defeats at the hands of t... KEEP READING »

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by Alan Forsythe on April 27th, 2011
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When you come down to a game seven situation after being up three there’s bound to be some finger pointing. Most people point at the Canucks goaltending, some blame lack of fighting spirit and others pin it on coaching; however there will always be a few out there who spin any and all events into a conspiracy theory; even the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs (seriously). ... KEEP READING »

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by Alan Forsythe on April 27th, 2011
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Call it the curse of the Presidents Cup, call it the classic Canuck choke, call it extremely bad luck coupled with poor officiating but whatever you want to call it it still amounts to the same thing; the greatest first round meltdown in NHL history. Not the record the Canucks want to be known for. Although Canucks fans are used to having tasted the giddy highs of playoff possibilities... KEEP READING »

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by Samantha Stanway on April 26th, 2011
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An Easter hockey game is a great way to get out of spending quality time with aged relatives. Unfortunately watching the Canucks lose against the Chicago Blackhawks in overtime last Sunday was so painful, I would have almost rather been listening to my Grandfather yell around a mouthful of yams about how to field dress a grouse.   Don’t get me wrong, it was an incred... KEEP READING »

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by John Crawford on March 3rd, 2011
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Times are good in Vancouver Canuckland. For the first time in its history, the team is on top of the NHL standings this late in the regular season. And the Sedin twins are leading the charge. As of March 1, Henrik - AKA “the Sedin that passes” - is #1 in assists and #4 in points, while Daniel - AKA “the Sedin that shoots” - has the most points of any NHL player.... KEEP READING »

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