GDRC - Canucks @ Devils

Cam Davie
December 02 2009 11:00AM

The Vancouver Canucks begin a four-game road trip with the first of back-to-back games. Tonight's game in New Jersey features a duel largely considered to be a showdown for the top two candidates for the starting goalie position on the Canadian Olympic team.

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GDRC - Blackhawks @ Canucks

Cam Davie
November 22 2009 10:54AM

All Hail! 'Tis the return of our goal scoring saviour, Daniel Sedin!

Daniel makes his triumphant return to the Canucks line-up after missing 18 games with a broken foot. It couldn't come at a more opportune time, as his Canucks host the high-flying Central division-leading Chicago Blackhawks tonight at GM Place.

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GDRC - Avalanche @ Canucks

Cam Davie
November 20 2009 11:50AM

What's that? There's a Canucks gane today? God, it's been so long, I almost forgot they were playing this season.

I kid, I kid...

The Colorado Avalance visit GM Place and look to avenge a huge blow out loss in Denver almost a week. That lopsided victory was the Canucks' last game, meaning they will be either well-rested or well-rusty.

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Quarter Pole Results: Ranking the Army

Cam Davie
November 18 2009 11:14PM

The Vancouver Canucks have finished one quarter of their season so far. Canucks Army looks at the play of the individual Canucks players and how they have fared against our lofty expectations.
Given the number of injuries and call-ups, we'll look at the players who played at least 5 games. That just so happens to equal a 23-man roster. So by popular demand (and by that, we mean that two of you asked for it!) here is how Canucks Army rates your Vancouver Canucks.

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Canucks at the Quarter-Pole

Cam Davie
November 16 2009 01:53PM


The Vancouver Canucks have played through one quarter of their season so far. While there have been some nice surprises, there have been more unpleasant ones. Their season can be summed thus far as: Full of injuries, lacklustre team defence and some noticeable absences from the scoresheet.

For me, the biggest reason for the Canucks lack of overall success so far originates at the blueline.

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