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Vancouver Canucks: Bob Hartley Fired, More Caggiula, Giants Move to Langley
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The move seems like a bit of a jab at us Canucks fans after Hartley so thoroughly outmaneuvered Willie Desjardins in the 2015 playoffs, but don't forget that Hartley was the Jack Adams winner as coach of the year for 2014-15—and that award was voted …

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The Vancouver Canucks need a change
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First of all, the Canucks need to get younger. Trades need to be made for draft picks and young prospects, ultimately leading to the departure of veterans. That includes the Sedins. Realistically, it is unlikely that the twins will be moved prior to …

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Henrik Sedin's mysterious injury revealed Canucks' weakness
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As the Vancouver Canucks cruise toward the end of the season and the NHL draft lottery, fingers will be pointed and blame assigned. In a critical market that hasn't lived through much regular season ineptitude over the past decade, the blame game is …

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Kuzma: Canucks covet college free-agent Caggiula
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It wasn't just playing on the best NCAA line with Nick Schmaltz and Vancouver Canucks first-round 2015 pick Brock Boeser. It was the way Caggiula played. Think Brad Marchand with Boston. Think Andrew Shaw with Chicago. Pests with a nose for the net …

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Looking Back: Three Canucks Who Needed A Stellar Season to Silence Critics
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… of these players signed new contracts last season, and the pressure was on them to elevate their game. Two of these players are supposed to be key cogs for the Canucks moving forward while one player's poor performance means his time in Vancouver …

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Canucks sign G Garteig to entry-level deal
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VANCOUVER – Goaltender Michael Garteig signed a one-year entry-level contract with the Vancouver Canucks on Friday. The 24-year-old Garteig, recently completed his senior season with Quinnipiac University, leading the Bobcats to the ECAC …

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Vancouver Canucks: Jim Benning Likes a Forward at 5, Looking to Make a Deal
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Now that the draft lottery is in the books, the Vancouver Canucks move on to the next phase—deciding how they're going to use their fifth overall pick. Jim Benning made an appearance on TSN1040 this morning to share his thoughts, admitting that he was …

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Growing pains killed Vancouver Canucks in worst season since 1990s
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The NHL will conduct its draft lottery on April 30, drawing the first three positions for the June entry draft in Buffalo. The Canucks have an 11.5-per-cent chance of winning the first pick and selecting American sensation Auston Matthews. Vancouver …

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Vancouver Canucks could hit early fork in draft road
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No sooner did the Vancouver Canucks slip from third to fifth in the NHL lottery draft Saturday — not surprising because their best odds were 37.8 per cent to be No. 5 — than sports networks, publications or anybody with a cellphone or laptop started …

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Last Place Slipping Away As Vancouver Canucks Come Back to Beat Ducks
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Despite falling behind early when Josh Manson broke down the starters to put the Ducks up 1-0 just 48 seconds into the game, the Canucks dominated a good chunk of the play through the first 40 minutes, outshooting Anaheim 9-8 in the first period and 13 …

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