Canucks Army Roundtable: All I Want For Christmas Is....

Matthew Henderson
December 23 2016 12:54PM


It's that time of the year, when Santa Claus goes down all the chimneys and delivers goodies to all the girls and boys. Many will remember the days when you would wake up, go downstairs and see the new hockey jersey sitting under the tree. Every hockey fan has a couple that they wish they could have, so which one's would be on your list this year? I asked our writers, and our readers!

These were their responses.

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December 23 2016 11:00AM

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Quick turn around and the Canucks are in Calgary to play the Flames this evening. They probably won't even book a hotel today, just win and go home. Jannik Hansen stayed in Vancouver after taking a pretty ugly knee on knee hit against the Jets. Anton Rodin is making his much anticipated Canucks return. The Flames haven't played since Tuesday, so they've been looking for some game action.

The Canucks might be willing to live up to that type of play. 

Merry Christmas

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Babych Please - December 23rd, 2016

Grainne Downey
December 23 2016 09:00AM


The winter break is quickly approaching and the Canucks may currently be 27th in the NHL, but they are leading the league in holiday cheer! Brandon Sutter is apologizing for his poor play, Troy Stecher and Brendan Gaunce are making kids smile, and Luca Sbisa is being a good boy.

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The Roundup

Nation World HQ
December 23 2016 05:00AM

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Is JVR on the move in Toronto, Brandon Sutter is the teams 4th best center in Van, Jets bracing for expansion, are the Flames really for real, it's time to breakup McDavid and Lucic, the NHL needs to wake up, travel fatigue is truly a thing, early 2017 draft rankings and more in this week's Nation Roundup brought to you by Violent Gentlemen.

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Canucks Army Post-game: Jetting out of Vancouver

Vanessa Jang
December 22 2016 11:46PM


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On the second of unusual consecutive match-ups in the same city, the Canucks looked for a mini series-sweep over the Jets tonight. Having been successful holding off Winnipeg's young guns on Tuesday night, the Canucks hoped for the same result today. It was all and well in the first period, but Patrik Laine and Nikolaj Ehlers stopped them in their tracks and forced a one win, one loss situation over these past two games.

The Canucks, yet again, failed to win back-to-back regulation wins this season as they fell 4-1 to Winnipeg.

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