Babych Please - Jan. 22nd, 2016

Grainne Downey
January 22 2016 09:00AM


The Canucks gave up approximately 2000 shots this week, but they had an absolute blast away from the rink. Burrows met his #1 fan, Henrik fought a teammate, Jared McCann did not eat a hotdog, and Jake Virtanen spun! 

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The Roundup

Nation World HQ
January 22 2016 06:00AM

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Surgeries for everyone in Edmonton, Flames Smid joins exclusive club, to trade or not to trade Leo Komarov in Toronto, Canucks GM on the trade market, John Scott's path to no where, trade deadline speculation, fantasy hockey and more in this week's Nation Roundup brought to you by DraftKings.

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The Backdrop of Daniel Sedin's Goal Scoring Milestone

Dimitri Filipovic
January 21 2016 09:36PM

The Canucks went into Boston and took another two points on the road with them on Thursday night, continuing what's ultimately been a largely successful trip through the Eastern Conference results-wise. Despite having been routinely outshot along the way, they've now gained at least a point in 7 of their past 8 games, allowing them to keep pace with the rest of the non-LA Kings Pacific Division teams. 

While this particular performance was actually a step-up from their previous showings during that stretch, the win itself seemed immaterial in the grand scheme of things. Taking much of the shine justifiably was Daniel Sedin, who leapfrogged Markus Naslund for sole claim to the franchise's goal scoring throne.

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Canucks Army Postgame: Changing Ways

Cat Silverman
January 21 2016 07:50PM

The Vancouver Canucks started off this game not getting it...

For once, though, they showed up for the final ten minutes of the game, and took home a nice win. 

That's... good news. 

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Refs miss obvious call; Chris Tanev killed, Boston Bruins score

J.D. Burke
January 21 2016 07:02PM

Just a day after John Garrett's inflammatory article, indicting the league and its officials of an organization-wide conspiracy against the Vancouver Canucks and the Sedin twins, in particular, Vancouver has been on the wrong end of poor officiating on an injurious play.

Go figure.

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