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Which defencemen will kill penalties for the Canucks now?

The Vancouver Canucks lost their best penalty-killing defenceman this offseason when the Calgary Flames signed Chris Tanev. Tanev was the first guy over the boards to kill penalties for the Canucks. Himself and Alex Edler killed a ridiculous amount of minutes last season and now some newcomers will have to help fill the void that…

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3 potential Canucks forward lines you probably haven’t thought of yet

We all love putting together line combinations. Here are three potential Vancouver Canucks line combinations that don’t get mentioned a lot but could be interesting to see actually put into practice. Pearson-Horvat-Motte The Canucks used Loui Eriksson in the top six, and Tyler Motte could be equally effective in a shutdown role, if that’s the…

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Vancouver Canucks re-sign defenceman Guillaume Brisebois

The Vancouver Canucks have re-signed defenceman Guillaume Brisebois to a one year, two-way contract. If he plays in the NHL, Brisebois will get $700,000, and will receive $125,000 in the AHL. Brisebois is a left shot defenceman who has been solid on the Comets’ blue line. The Canucks have called him up in the past…

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WDYTT: Getting the Canucks cap compliant

Welcome back to WDYTT, the only hockey column on the internet with its own ironman streak. With training camp maybe a month away — and possibly much longer — the Vancouver Canucks’ roster is starting to look settled. Jacob Markstrom, Chris Tanev, and Josh Leivo have all gone to Calgary, and Tyler Toffoli and Troy…