Babych Please - December 20th

Grainne D
December 20 2014 10:00AM

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Sometimes when a team is slumping, there is nothing to do but wait it out and draw up various potential solutions. This is absolutely not one of those times. The Canucks, despite their faults, timed this losing streak perfectly. It has been a slumpy, bumpy (and thankfully not mumpy) December for the Canucks, but as the old saying goes, the best cure for a sad hockey fan is a combination of kittens, children, and Eddie Lack eating watermelon.

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Comets Militia: Down on the Farm – December 19th, 2014

Josh W
December 19 2014 11:00AM

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Angry Joacim Eriksson - Courtesy @CometsInGame

The Utica Comets are back for the weekly Comets Militia report on all the activities relating to the Canucks American Hockey League affiliate.  It has not been the best week for the Comets; despite controlling both games and looking like they would walk away with 4 points, their opponents were able to beat them at the last second. 

Read past the jump to see what has happened this week.

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The Roundup

Nation World HQ
December 19 2014 08:30AM


Oilers fire Eakins, Flames extend Hartley, Taylor Hall rumors, Ryan Miller as a back-up, Jets defensive woes, Leafs PDO, World Juniors and more in this weeks Roundup

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What Would You Do Thursday: Fixing the Powerplay

That's Offside!
December 18 2014 03:37PM

Welcome to a new feature here on Canucks Army and all sites on the Nation Network: What Would You Do Wednesday THURSDAY, where we put you, yes YOU, in charge of your own imaginary Vancouver Canucks. We'll present you with a different scenario each week, and you tell us how you'd solve it in the comments section below. Give props to the answers you do like and trash the ones you don't. Easy! So let's get started: 

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Canucks at the World Juniors: A Look Back

Josh W
December 18 2014 10:00AM

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With World Junior Championship pre-tournament action just one day away, the Vancouver Canucks are likely to have a handful of prospects representing their various countries. It's always interesting to look back at the success (or lack there of) of current players at previous World Junior Championships.  Though the WJCs host the world's best Under-20 year old players, countries don’t necessarily send the best players, but rather the best–available players.  Late bloomers may never even be considered for their world junior roster while many players may peak as a U20 player and never see a higher level.

With that being said, let's have a look back at current Canucks who have played in a World Junior Championship.

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