Plays of the Week: November 15th

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
November 15 2015 10:00AM

This wasn't the Canucks' best week. Yes, they got to beat John Tortorella in an incredibly entertaining and pleasing fashion, but also dropped three other games in the seven-day stretch. Thankfully, I'd like to think we were on point to make up for it, so here's a look at some of our best work of the week.

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Canucks Postgame: Loss to the Leafs (and maybe the refs too)

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
November 14 2015 09:51PM

Well, it's finally over. The Vancouver Canucks have finally lost a game by more than one goal. We can't blame the lack of Tennis Rules for this one; the Leafs won this game by two goals, a convincing victory if I've ever seen one myself.

*awkward pause* You know, not including the eight billion weird calls throughout the game. It's never fair to blame the officials, who do their best. But gosh, this game could have ended much differently.

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5 Reasons to Hate The Toronto Maple Leafs

Sillig Ekim
November 14 2015 01:33PM

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Let's be real about things. Nobody likes the Toronto Maple Leafs. I don't like them, you don't like them, they probably don't like themselves, and I'm pretty sure that Torontonians dump their money into the team just so they have something else to complain about in their miserable lives. But we care a lot about hating a team that isn't even in the Canucks' conference. Why is that? Let's take a look.

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Canucks recall Hunter Shinkaruk from the Utica Comets

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
November 14 2015 12:35PM


The youth movement just added another passenger, at least for a little bit. The Vancouver Canucks have made a surprise move this morning, calling up Hunter Shinkaruk from the Utica Comets.

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The next Canucks goalie controversy is already brewing

Carol Schram
November 14 2015 11:29AM

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Ryan Miller's a marked man.

The Vancouver Canucks No. 1 netminder started the new season in fine form, but an 0-3-1 record in his last four games, combined with a brutal .867 save percentage during that span and plenty of finger-pointing along the way, means that Miller is once again about to feel the wrath of a fickle Canucks fanbase that loves to support its backup goalies.

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