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Canucks Army Post-Game: Dusting off the Flames

Canucks defeat the Calgary Flames at home 3-1 Game at a Glance – Seven different #Canucks hit the scoresheet and Nilsson stopped 30 shots in a 3-1 Vancouver victory. pic.twitter.com/CrNmSE5ykI — Vancouver Canucks (@Canucks) September 29, 2017 Tonight was a night for bubble players to make hay before tomorrow’s inevitable run of cuts. That was…

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Sven Baertschi Leaves Game with Illness

The second period of the Vancouver Canucks pre-season game against the Calgary Flames is at an end, and Sven Baertschi didn’t play a second of it. In fact, Baertschi never even came out of the locker room after the first intermission. Still no Baertschi. Took a hit from Hamilton late in first period, could be…

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Scottie Upshall Released from Canucks Tryout; Signs with St. Louis Blues

The Scottie Upshall experiment isn’t going to make it to phase two. Not in Vancouver. Upshall was a late scratch before tonight’s game, bowing out for Anton Rodin, and we now know why. Hearing Scottie Upshall is on his way to St. Louis. Expected to sign a contract with the #Blues. #Canucks — Irfaan Gaffar…

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Blackfish: Canucks Army Prospect Report – Sept. 28 2017

We are back for another year of the Blackfish: Canucks Army Prospect Report! With some signings, draft picks and trades, there are some new players to follow this year. In North America, some Canucks prospects kicked off the CHL seasons with some accolades and strong play. Across the pond, the Canucks European prospects are off…

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Report | Canucks interested in Josh Anderson

Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman reported on Thursday morning that Columbus Blue Jackets restricted free agent Josh Anderson hopes to be on the move – and soon. Anderson, who put up 17 goals and 29 points in a breakout 2016-17 season for Columbus, still sits unsigned with the Blue Jackets despite opening night looming just one week…

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CANUCKS ARMY PRESEASON GDT VII – CANUCKS VS. FLAMES

The games are getting few in the preseason, but Canucks fans are rejoicing because they get to see 90% of what the opening night roster will resemble. There are some changes to be made still, but for players like Brock Boeser and Jake Virtanen, these games are the culmination of their work since training camp…