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Why Travis Green’s decision to scratch Jake Virtanen was the right move

After floundering through his second training camp this season, Jake Virtanen finds himself back in the doghouse with Vancouver Canucks head coach Travis Green. There are many things that we can potentially take away from the shocking decision to make the Abbotsford native a healthy scratch but I think Twitter sums it up well. First,…

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WDYTT: How far can the Canucks realistically go this postseason?

Welcome back to another esoteric edition of What Do You Think Thursday — and, for the first time in far too long, we’ve got some actual hockey to talk about. Last night, the Vancouver Canucks kicked off — and finished out — their exhibition schedule against the Winnipeg Jets. Next up, they’ve got a best-of-five…

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CanucksArmy Postgame: It wasn’t Wild, but it was sort of fun

As the Canucks look to get into postseason form for their play-in series against the Minnesota Wild, I will be doing the same with my first postgame report since the Canucks debacle against the Columbus Blue Jackets on March 1st. This was what we have all been waiting for. Your Vancouver Canucks were back on…

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Vancouver’s first all female Canucks podcast hits the airwaves this Friday

This Friday, five women will look to add to the female voices in Vancouver sports with the newest Canucks podcast preparing to hit the market. It seems like everyone has a Canucks podcast nowadays, but there aren’t many that feature a female voice and there aren’t any that feature five. That is about to change…

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It’s make or break time for Jake Virtanen

A local boy coming home to help turn his boyhood team around. What a great story, surely Hollywood was going to snatch up the rights for the movie. General manager Jim Benning’s first-ever draft pick was a local kid from Abbotsford. Listed at 6 feet 208lbs entering the draft, Jake Virtanen had an edge to…