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CanucksArmy Post-Game: #ThankYouSedins

The Build Up It’s been almost two decades in the making, and Thursday night marked the last time Daniel and Henrik Sedin would step onto the ice at Rogers Arena as NHL players. For 17 seasons the Sedins represented the best of the Canucks on and off the ice, for every award and accolade they…

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CanucksArmy Post-Game: Beginning of the End

The Rundown Unless you’ve been living under a rock, and even then, you’re aware this is the final week that Daniel and Henrik Sedin will dawn the Canucks uniform in an NHL game. It’s been a long and storied career for the Twins, and the bittersweet news has energized the city in celebration of the…

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CanucksArmy Post Game: Da hockey Gaud

Puck Drop There’s been quite the hype train this week in Vancouver, starting on Saturday when Adam Gaudette’s season at Northeastern came to an end. The speculation came to an end rather quickly with the Hobey Baker hopeful putting pen to paper and turning pro. Thursday night, Gaudette made his pro debut against Connor McDavid and…

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CanucksArmy Post Game: The tank broke

Puck Drop With the Team Tank out in full force, Ryan Kesler and the Anaheim Ducks were in town Tuesday night. Would you rather… — CanucksArmy (@CanucksArmy) March 28, 2018 The Canucks opened the scoring halfway through the first. Sam Gagner made a great read, curling back behind the net anticipating the shot. As he…

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CanucksArmy Post Game: Boucher Does Dallas

Puck Drop Ashton Sautner made his NHL debut after being an emergency recall with Chris Tanev once again out injured. The rookie got the usual treatment from his teammates, falling victim to the usual first NHL game shenanigans. Ashton Sautner's teammates hid his helmet for warm-up, but it has now been safely returned! 😅😂 🤣…

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CanucksArmy Post Game: The Unhappiest Place on Earth

Puck Drop Things got off to yet another rocky start for the Canucks on Wednesday night in Anaheim. Less than three and a half minutes into the opening frame, Brandon Montour opened the scoring for the Anaheim Ducks. Finishing a give-and-go with Jason Chimera, Montour’s shot found it’s way through the traffic in front going…

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CanucksArmy Post Game: Three Kings

Puck Drop With the lacklustre efforts pilling up lately, the Canucks, and the Kings for that matter, each had a jump in their step to start this one. Both teams came out with pace, if not a ton of purpose early. With thirteen and a half to go, Bo Horvat drew the games first penalty,…

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CanucksArmy Post Game: Running Wild

Puck Drop Friday night’s matchup with the Minnesota Wild got off to an explosive start at both ends of the ice. The Canucks struck first, lighting the lamp just 53 seconds into the game. After gaining the offensive zone, Bo Horvat button-hooked and passed cross-ice to Michael Del Zotto. Del Zotto came down the left side; his…

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CanucksArmy Post Game: A desert dog in the phonebooth

Puck Drop I don’t know if flow would be the word to describe tonight’s game, but it was certainly played with some pace. At least this was the case when it came to the clock, with nearly seven full minutes of uninterrupted play to start the game. This game is going to be over by 8:30….

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CanucksArmy Post Game: Calder Showdown

Puck Drop Calder Trophy front-runner and Coquitlam native Mathew Barzal made his hometown debut, taking on fellow Calder candidate Brock Boeser and the Vancouver Canucks. It didn’t take long for Barzal to make his presence known four minutes in, as he danced Brendan Leipsic, carried the puck around the Canucks net and did a lap…

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CanucksArmy Post Game: New York State of Mind

The Rundown The new look New York Rangers were in town Wednesday night. The Rangers weren’t the only team with a new look, though, as deadline acquisitions Tyler Motte and Brendan Leipsic made their Canuck debuts. Jacob Markstrom made his third straight start in goal for the Canucks, coming off playing back-to-back Sunday against Arizona, and…

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CanucksArmy Post Game: Return of the Mac

The Rundown On the heels of two deadline day deals, the Canucks came into tonight’s game against Colorado shorthanded. With Thomas Vanek being dealt to Columbus, the Canucks were short a forward and dressed seven defensemen. Jacob Markstrom got the start after making a season-high, 41 saves last night in a 3-1 win over the…