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Who is Linus Karlsson and why should Canucks fans be excited about him?

Canucks fans, myself included, collectively slapped their foreheads at the start of the 2021-2022 season when they saw former Vancouver prospect Jonathan Dahlen lighting the lamp for the San Jose Sharks. Dahlen was acquired from Ottawa for Alex Burrows in 2017 – a popular trade that was considered a big win for a club looking […]
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Canucks oughtta go for broke

Amid swirling trade rumours, one thing in Canuck-land remains constant – Vancouver just keeps on winning. Now, I’ve been accused of being a rosy-lensed, pie-eyed optimist with delusions of the Canucks’ potential before – but ever since the acquisition of Big Brucey Boudreau, this team just seemed fated to reach the post-season. It has felt, […]
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Oh, COME ON!… Canucks can’t catch a break

After an inspired overtime victory over a very solid San Jose Sharks team on Friday, the Canucks were looking to have bounced back from their recent string of painful losses both on the scoreboard and on their roster. Fast forward to Sunday against the Calgary Flames and all of a sudden things go from bad […]
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Imploding Canucks can still Right the Ship

Well… Shit… Add Chris Tanev to the Canucks’ long list of injury woes. After losing four straight since Bo Horvat fell to the injury bug the Canucks are desperate to stop the bleeding before this season slips away. The list of players out with injuries is as follows: Brandon Sutter, Bo Horvat, Chris Tanev, Eric […]
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Loss of Horvat is a true test of Canucks season to this point

Arguably the best player on the Canucks, Bo Horvat has fallen to injury. The star top line center suffered a fractured foot in the third period of Tuesday’s tilt against the Hurricanes and is projected to be out of the lineup for approximately 6 weeks. This blow not only hurts the Canucks offensively, but also […]
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No Panic Vanek

No Panic Vanek – Why the Veteran from Vienna was a solid-gold signing

Canucks Fandom when Toronto pays a Visit

Reminding Leafs fans that this is OUR barn

1000 for Dank in Unofficial Torch-passing Ceremony in Nashville

The Vancouver Canucks channeled their inner Dorsett as they downed the mighty Nashville Predators in their own barn on Wednesday night. The game became a bit of a “Passing of the Torch” ceremony as both the Twins and Brock Boeser made bold statements on the scoreboard. The evening; however, rightfully belonged to Daniel Sedin, whose […]
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Processing Derek Dorsett’s “Retirement”

Derek Dorsett and the Vancouver Canucks released a statement this morning announcing that the ballsiest Canuck since Rick Rypien will not be returning to the Canucks lineup due to acomplication of the neck injury he sustained last season. See the statement below: “What I can say for certain right now is that I left it […]
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Nucks Battered in Brooklyn

The road-tripping Canucks fell 5-2 on Tuesday to John Tavares and the red-hot New York Islanders in a tilt where the visiting Vancouver squad looked a day late and a buck short. Anders Nilsson allowed 5 goals on 36 shots as an early shorthanded marker by BC boy, Andrew Ladd seemed to knock the young […]
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