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Cole Cassels Finally Scored a Goal And It Was… Something

Photo Credit: Lindsay A. Mogle / Utica Comets Twenty two games into his professional career, Canucks prospect Cole Cassels finally put a puck in the back of the net. Cassels has been off to a pretty rough, largely due to lasting effects from an abdominal injury incurred last season. It must be a pretty incredible…

Canucks prospect Mackenze Stewart appears destined for junior

Embed from Getty Images It appears that the Vancouver Canucks will assign left winger Mackenze Stewart back to junior.   Steve Ewen of the Province reported Saturday night that Stewart’s junior rights had been traded from the Prince Albert Raiders to the Tri-City Americans of the Western Hockey League. The Raiders dealt defenceman Mark Drohan…

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Why I Can’t Embrace the Tank

Photo Credit: Bill Streicher/USA TODAY Sports To paraphrase the 2006 pop hit by the Scissor Sisters, “I don’t feel like tankin’, no sir, no tankin’ today.” There’s a popular train of thought among Canucks fans these days that the team’s best course of action this season is to aim for a last-place finish in the standings…

Trevor Linden on After-Hours

Embed from Getty Images With Vancouver playing host to the Edmonton Oilers in the prime time spot on Hockey Night in Canada, there was sure to be a great show on the After Hours segment. At the very least, it was likely to be relevant to our beloved Canucks. The CBC didn’t disappoint (rare), hosting…

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Canucks Army Postgame: The Probability of Danish 20 Goal Scorers

Embed from Getty Images The Vancouver Canucks were one of 18 teams that got to shake off the rust on the first day back from the league’s mandatory 3-day Christmas Break.  Ryan Miller is still injured, so the Canucks ran with a tandem of Jacob Markstrom and call-up Joe Cannata. Both Sedins were back… but…