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WWYDW: The Slumping Bo Horvat

Bo Horvat’s first month as captain of the Vancouver Canucks was an unmitigated success. The team soared to a 8-1-1 record in October following Horvat’s donning of the “C” – and Horvat himself picked up 11 points in that span, clearly leading by example. November, to put it mildly, has not been so kind. As…

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Monday Mailbag: Walkers, Woo’s Woes, And Will Ferrell

Stephan Roget is backing up Jackson this week, and hoping not to pull a Michael Hutchinson. If you had to form an alliance with one Canucks player to survive a zombie apocalypse, who would you choose and why? — gabriella marie (@wildestdreams_3) November 17, 2019 This is a question that can be looked at a…

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CanucksArmy Casting Call: Who Would Play Each Canuck In A Movie?

It’s becoming more and more apparent by the day – at least to this author’s overly optimistic eyes – that this current edition of the Vancouver Canucks is a team of destiny. They may not be ready to make a lengthy playoff run in 2020, but those days are coming soon – and they will…

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Vancouver Canucks vs Dallas Stars Postgame Recap: Texas Got ‘Em

The Warmup The Vancouver Canucks skated into their Thursday night matchup against the Dallas Stars on the heels of a big win against Nashville – but also down a couple of centers. With Brandon Sutter and Jay Beagle on the sidelines – and Bo Horvat suffering a brief injury scare at practice – Tyler Graovac…

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WWYDW: With The Canucks’ Brutal Travel Schedule

The Vancouver Canucks have had a tough November thus far – with a record of 2-3-2 as of this writing – and while much of that can be blamed on the team’s lackluster performance, the travel schedule has undoubtedly been a factor as well. Following back-to-back losses on the road in Chicago and Winnipeg, the…

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WWYDW: Dropping The Gloves

It’s now been more than a month since opening night, and the Vancouver Canucks have collectively dropped the mitts two times – once when Brandon Sutter duke it out with New Jersey’s Mirco Mueller, and again last week when Micheal Ferland took on LA’s Kyle Clifford. The latter bout, unfortunately, took a turn for the…

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The Canucks’ October Report Card

As the first month of the 2019/20 season, the Vancouver Canucks sit with a record of 8-3-1 and a goal differential of +17 – best in the NHL. With 17 points already on the year, they’re within a stone’s throw of first place in both the Pacific Division and the Western Conference – and they’re…

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WWYDW: The Return Of Antoine Roussel

It’s 11 games into the season, and the Vancouver Canucks are rolling. With a record of 7-3-1, the Canucks are just two points out of first in the Pacific Division with a game in hand – and they currently own the highest goal differential in the league with a +15. Not only is the team…

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Dr. Strangeglove or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Canucks’ Burgeoning Goalie Controversy

In the early stages of the 2019/20 season, the Vancouver Canucks find themselves on the verge of yet another goaltending controversy—something that has caused some understandable consternation among a fanbase still bearing the scars of World War Lu. Fortunately, there’s no real reason to worry about the challenge Thatcher Demko is presenting to Jacob Markstrom’s…