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WDYTT: Which Canuck got ripped off the most by the NHL Awards?

Welcome back to WDYTT, the only hockey column on the internet that hands out more awards than it receives. And speaking of awards, all the regular-season NHL Awards have now been doled out, and the Vancouver Canucks went home empty-handed, despite a handful of close calls. Quinn Hughes finished second in Calder Trophy voting, trailing…

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Ten under-the-radar UFAs for the Canucks to consider this offseason

Though it still feels like a supremely strange statement to make in September, the NHL’s free agent frenzy is nearly upon us. Unrestricted free agency will open up on October 9, and all early indications are that Jim Benning and Co. intend to take a run at extending all three of the Canucks’ big-ticket UFAS;…

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WDYTT: Vancouver Canucks free agents, who stays and who goes?

In this week’s WDYTT, the only hockey column on the internet that doesn’t take vacations, we’re firmly shifting from Playoff Style to Offseason Mode. Summer may be coming to an end elsewhere, but in the hockey world, it’s just about to begin. And it’s going to be quite the summer for the Vancouver Canucks. Jim…

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Jay Beagle ate up tough minutes in the playoffs, but did not contribute much

By The Numbers Jay Beagle’s offensive contributions to the Vancouver Canucks’ 2020 playoff run can be summed up quickly, because they all occurred in a single game. Beagle opened the scoring in the series-clinching Game Six against the St. Louis Blues, absolutely ripping the puck past Jordan Binnington. Jay Beagle picks the corner and the…

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WDYTT: Who was the Vancouver Canucks’ postseason MVP?

First and foremost, folks, we’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for your loyal readership (and responsership) during the 2019/20 season. It’s been quite the wild ride. And with that, we’d also like to welcome you to the first 2020 Offseason Edition of WDYTT, the only hockey column on the internet with a…

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Tyler Toffoli’s impact on the playoffs was hampered by injury

By The Numbers Following a ten-points-in-ten-games stretch after being acquired from the Los Angeles Kings, Tyler Toffoli looked poised to make a major impact for the Vancouver Canucks in the postseason. But the postseason had other ideas. One game into the playoffs — a pointless effort for Toffoli in a Game One loss to the…

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Seven reasons why the Vancouver Canucks are going to win Game Seven

We know we don’t need to do anything to get you hyped up for game seven against the Vegas Golden Knights. But in case you’re looking for an extra reason or two to hope for the best, here’s seven reasons why the Canucks are definitely going to win tonight. 1) Back-to-back games favour the younger…

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WWYDW: Do you believe in Thatcher Demko?

Welcome back to What Would You Do Wednesday, the only hockey column on the internet that sometimes has a different name and sometimes comes out on a different day. Thatcher Demko’s 43-save performance last night was the stuff of backup goaltending legend, but Demko’s teammates didn’t seem all that surprised about it in their postgame…