The #Canucks Week in Tweets - Playoff Edition

John Cullen
April 20 2012 02:28PM

Hey everyone, welcome to "The #Canucks Week in Tweets!" Every week, I plan on bringing you the best of the Canucks on Twitter, from the reasonable to the totally ridiculous (okay, mostly ridiculous)! If you see a tweet you think should be featured here, get in touch with me at @cullenthecomic!  

Ron Hextall, Martin Brodeur, and most recently, Cam Ward disagree with you. Goalies CAN score goals, Hugh. You know what? That's our problem! Freakin' Luongo can only stop goals, he can't score them! What a waste! Why did we pay him so much? I blame Mike Gillis.

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Cheers and Jeers - Apr 20th

Cam Davie
April 20 2012 01:13PM

The Good and the Bad of this past week.

It's Friday. So we close out the "Week That Was" with our latest volume of... "Cheers and Jeers!"

This week, I given an indefinite suspension to the Torres hit, Jordin Tootoo and "4/20" while I score a pair of overtime winner for Boedker, Flyers/Penguins and the return of Daniel Sedin.

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Delivering the Sauce: Game Five Adjustments

Jeff Angus
April 20 2012 10:42AM


The Canucks played a near-perfect road game on Wednesday night in Los Angeles. That they received stellar goaltending from Cory Schneider certainly helped, as did all-world performances from Daniel and Henrik. However, the Kings were the better team through forty minutes, and the Canucks will be hard-pressed to win another three straight against them. To sound cliché, taking it “one game at a time” is exactly how this situation must be looked at. With that in mind, how can the Canucks improve on their performance for game five on Sunday night?

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Infograph: So You Think You Can Comeback?

Matthew Henderson
April 20 2012 08:21AM

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What's the deal with Mason Raymond?

Cam Charron
April 19 2012 02:44PM

What is Mason Raymond?

Until this year, Mason Raymond was a puck-moving forward who drew penalties, pushed the play forward, and set up chances in the offensive zone. His unspectacular ability around the net didn't convince many people of his value, but the hidden things Raymond did away from the puck were why the Canucks wanted him in the lineup game after game after game.

Raymond secretly turned in a career year last season, doing things silently that helped the Canucks to a dominant regular season and their first ever Presidents' Trophy win.

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