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Afternoon Headshots May 29th

The King of pop drops the puck at a 1984 Vancouver Canucks home game. Image via retronaut.com. Today at Canucks Army we forged ahead with our Coaching Candidate Profile series and took a look at Dave Tippett, we also shrugged our shoulders at the news that the Canucks re-signed fourth-liner Tom Sestito. Read past the jump…

Canucks Re-Sign Tom Sestito for Two Years

Realistically this was Sestito’s most memorable moment as a Canucks skater last season. Tom Sestito is an okay fourth-line pugilist type. He announced today on Twitter that he’s been re-signed by the Canucks for two seasons: Couldn’t be happier to announce I have signed a two year deal with the Vancouver Canucks — Tom Sestito…

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Coaching Candidate Profile: Dave Tippett

Image via wikimedia commons. Dave Tippett is a veteran coach, meticulous, known to get along well with players as long as they understand the need to work hard. He’d be a solid fit for the Vancouver Canucks. Of course, he’s also still under contract with the Phoenix Coyotes, but only until the end of June though…

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Late Afternoon Headshots: May 28th

Via Chloe Ezra, the ultimate "Edler controversy" .gif. It was a rainy day in Vancouver, but a sunny day at Canucks Army where we discussed Anton Rödin’s decision to eschew North American hockey in favour of a return to the Swedish Elite League, continued on with our coaching profile series by taking a look at Toronto Marlies…