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Canucks Army Preseason Postgame: All Goldobin Everything

Final Score: Arizona Coyotes 4, Vancouver Canucks 1 The Vancouver Canucks got a chance to show off some of the province’s most beautiful scenery this weekend, when they hosted the Arizona Coyotes and a whole slew of enthusiastic fans out in Kelowna. It was a gorgeous backdrop for the team to host one of their…

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CanucksArmy ‘Midterm’ Prospect Profiles #2: Thatcher Demko

Numbers Canucks fans have been antsy as they await Thatcher Demko for a few seasons now, hoping he’ll show up just in time to backstop the team through their revival as they enter the post-Sedin era. This past season, they finally got to see him in action, as he made his NHL debut to wind…

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CanucksArmy’s 2018 ‘Midterm’ Prospect Rankings: #8 Michael DiPietro

Numbers DiPietro surprised fans around the OHL when he split starts with Windsor’s veteran his first season for the Spitfires, but he’s transitioned seamlessly into the starting role full-time in the last two years. His numbers took a slight dip this year, moving from a .917 save percentage in all situations in 2016-17 to a…

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Year in Review: Anders Nilsson

The Vancouver Canucks took a gamble when they signed goaltender Anders Nilsson to a multi year deal this past summer, bringing him on board as a replacement for Ryan Miller alongside Jacob Markstrom. At best, he was expected to put up similar stats to his 2016-17 season with the Buffalo Sabres, where he was good…

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Canucks Army Postgame: The tank bounces back

When people openly cheer for a tank, it can get a little uncomfortable – especially if they start to berate players for giving high levels of effort in a lost season. That being said, I think we’re all in agreement: losing another game, well… it’s not exactly a travesty at this point, no? FINAL SCORE:…

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Canucks Army Postgame: All in for Dahlin

makstrom is better when the canucks don't score — Jason Botchford (@botchford) March 18, 2018 Final Score: San Jose Sharks 5, Vancouver Canucks 3 THE RUNDOWN Coming into the game, the Vancouver Canucks quite literally had nowhere to go but up. According to Friend Of The Site Kevin Woodley (my boss over at InGoal Magazine),…

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Canucks Army Postgame: Loui Loui

Happy Loui Eriksson resurgence day, everyone! The Vancouver Canucks came into their Sunday night matchup with the hint of a turnaround in the air. The team had dropped five straight after trouncing the Corey Crawford-less Chicago Blackhawks on December 28th, but showed they were back in business on Friday with a heady 5-2 victory over…

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Canucks Army Postgame: Dowd they go in 4-3 loss to LA Kings

A mere two nights ago, the Canucks took heady advantage of a severely underperforming Chicago Blackhawks roster, coming out of the gate after the holiday break with a fun, goal-filled 5-2 win to shake off the rust. The good times can only last so long, though; despite some good moments here and there from the…

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CanucksArmy World Junior Recap: Canada 8 – 0 Denmark

Team Canada may have dropped a sloppy comeback loss to Team USA in their outdoor game yesterday – but who cares, when you’ve just clinched the top spot in Group A? Canada managed an absolute beatdown on Denmark on Saturday evening, pulling off a merciless 8-0 shutout win over the fringe hockey country with goals…

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Canucks Army Postgame: Not even the Brock Star is safe

The injury bug. Let’s talk about him for a second. Every year, there’s an NHL team that just seems to almost get laughably hurt. It’s obviously not funny to watch player after player go down with injury, but there seems to be nothing to do BUT laugh – if the fans think about it too…

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Canucks Army Postgame: The Brock Star keeps on rolling

I’m sorry. I’m so sorry. After hearing it in the broadcast, though, I’m not changing the title. You can’t make me. FINAL SCORE: VANCOUVER CANUCKS 5, PITTSBURGH PENGUINS 2 THE RUNDOWN The Canucks came into their Wednesday night game against the Pittsburgh Penguins hoping to win two straight for the first time in November, riding…