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Boeser to miss at least two games

Vancouver Canucks F Brock Boeser will miss at least the next two games, the club announced Sunday. Boeser left Saturday’s game against the Calgary Flames and did not return.

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Canucks at Sharks 01/29/20 – Odds and NHL Betting Trends

by OddsShark (@OddsShark) The Vancouver Canucks are 3-1 in their last four games against the San Jose Sharks since going 1-12 in their last 13 games against them. The Canucks hope to continue their recent success against the Sharks with a road win on Wednesday night. Vancouver is going off as a slight underdog at…

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How the Vancouver Canucks fared at NHL Skills competition

Three Vancouver Canucks found themselves competing in the NHL skills competition Friday night. D Quinn Hughes found himself in the fastest skater competition, Jacob Markstrom was in the save streak contest, and Elias Pettersson got to show off his slapshot.

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Hughes second in PHWA mid-season Calder Trophy voting

The Professional Hockey Writers Association released their mid-season NHL award winners and Vancouver Canucks defenceman Quinn Hughes placed second in Calder Trophy votes. The rookie rearguard came in second in votes to Colorado Avalance D Cale Makar.

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Postgame: Canucks can’t find spark against Lightning, fall 9-2

Your Vancouver Canucks squared up against the Tampa Bay Lightning with both clubs riding impressive seven-game winning streaks heading into the battle at Amalie Arena. And taking the fall in brutal fashion were the Canucks, who struggled to muster up much in a night that saw them cough up nine goals.

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Chris Gear promoted to Assistant GM, Chief Legal Officer

The Vancouver Canucks have announced the promotion of Chris Gear to the clubs’ Assistant General Manager and Chief Legal Officer. Gear, 47, has worked within the hockey operations department managing player contract negotiations, the club’s affiliation with the Utica Comets and the business operations of the team.

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Jacob Markstrom added to NHL all-star game

Vancouver Canucks G Jacob Markstrom has been added to the NHL all-star game, the league announced Friday. Markstrom, 29, was selected to replace Marc-Andre Fleury of the Vegas Golden Knights in the Pacific Division.