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Stick Taps – March 26th, 2017

Stick Taps is a Canucks Army feature where we link to the top news from the Canucks and across the NHL. If you’ve written a blog-post, produced a tribute video, birthed a clever .gif into existence, have a hockey related cause you’d like to see promoted in this space or anything else – please tweet or DM us at CanucksArmy on Twitter!

Local Calling

The Canucks brought Brock Boeser in after University of North Dakota lost. There’s quite a lot to Boeser’s story. (The Province)

With the Canucks on a downturn however, the Canucks are struggling to sell season tickets. (Vancouver Sun)

Does Ryan Nugent-Hopkins make sense as a trade target for the Canucks? (The Canuck Way)

The Canucks will be taking their talents to Asia, as they will be taking on the Kings in China during the pre-season next year. (ESPN)

On Erik Gudbranson and what he’s been up to in his road back to the line-up. (The Province)

Nationwide Calling

Cam Davie made his triumphant return to Canucks Army this week, telling you what he hates. (Canucks Army)

Don’t hold your breath that the NHL is going to the Olympics. (Flames Nation)

The former Canucks AHL affiliate is struggling. (Jets Nation)

The Oilers are gearing up for a playoff run for the first time in a decade. My future self explores their roster. (Oilers Nation)

More Good Content

Former Canuck Adam Cracknell notched a hat trick on Friday night. (Puck Daddy)

Failed NHL Superhero Franchise Leads to $500,000 Judgment Against Producer (Variety)