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Monday Mailbag: MacEwen should play in every game, ranking the Canucks’ centre prospects and who is the top prospect in the 2021 draft?

Another Monday, another mailbag. I’m back covering for David Quadrelli. He was making carbonara for his family and accidentally cooked the eggs so he lost his internet access for the week. Carbonara aside, I do always love covering for him on the Monday mailbag. So let’s see what the wonderful people of Twitter asked us…

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An open letter to ownership: Where do we go from here?

Dear Francesco, I hope this letter finds you well and at least to some degree, resonates with you. I’m aware that the thoughts of a basement-dwelling Canucks fan are unlikely to heavily influence your decision-making process, and moreover, as a member of the “media”, I’m a part of the group you’re often told to ignore….

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CanucksArmy post game: The power play and Thatcher Demko, Höglander’s insurance snipe, and the 2-on-1

The Vancouver Canucks welcomed the Toronto Maple Leafs back to Rogers Arena for the second of a two-game series in which the Canucks had a chance to sweep. And that’s exactly what they did, winning the game by a score of 4-2. Lineups #Canucks projected lineup based on warmups: Pearson-Horvat-VirtanenHoglander-Miller-BoeserMichaelis-Sutter-GaudetteRoussel-Beagle-Hawryluk Edler-SchmidtHughes-HamonicBenn-Myers Demko — Thomas Drance…

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Pregame notes: Elias Pettersson out, Höglander gets his umlaut, Marc Michaelis to make NHL debut against Leafs

Just hours before the Vancouver Canucks face off against the Toronto Maple Leafs to kick off a five-game homestand at Rogers Arena, multiple reports indicate that they will do so without Elias Pettersson. Marc Michaelis makes his Canucks debut tonight, could be with Sutter and Gaudette. Pettersson out. — Rick Dhaliwal (@DhaliwalSports) March 5, 2021…

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WDYTT: Who is your Vancouver Canucks midway point MVP?

Welcome back to WDYTT, the only hockey column on the internet that is always above .500. Speaking of records, by the time this week has ended, the Vancouver Canucks will have played their 28th game of the year, bringing them to exactly the midway mark on this truncated 2021 season. Even a streak of wins…

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