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The Canucks urgently need a new mandate in Abbotsford

The final month of 2021 brought great change to the Vancouver Canucks organization. GM Jim Benning and AGM John Weisbrod were let go from the front office, as were coaches Travis Green and Nolan Baumgartner. In came Jim Rutherford, Bruce Boudreau, Scott Walker, and others, and the positive results have been both immediate and obvious….

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Brock Boeser reflects on “frustrating and confusing” COVID-19 quarantine, and the Canucks players still dealing with it

“It’s just frustrating,” said Vancouver Canucks forward Brock Boeser when discussing his lengthy and complicated quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19 back on December. Boeser, along with Phil Di Giuseppe and an unnamed Canucks staff member, were forced to quarantine in Anaheim, and Boeser hasn’t played a game since December 16th, when the Canucks beat…

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An “unappreciated” John Klingberg might look like the perfect fit for the Canucks, but they can’t afford him right now

The Canucks’ ongoing search for quality right-side blueliners is an everyday topic of discussion in Vancouver, so when top-pairing RHD John Klingberg put himself on the trade market this past week, it drew plenty of attention. Rumours of a trade request started to swirl in Dallas earlier in the week, only to be more-or-less confirmed…

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Justin Bailey shines, Mikey DiPietro allows a half-dozen and Danila Klimovich gets benched in busy back-to-back games for the Abbotsford Canucks

After over a month without AHL action at the Abbotsford Centre, the Abbotsford Canucks returned home to play four games in five nights. The visiting Bakersfield Condors are in town until Monday as the four-game series rolls on into the weekend. The series against the Edmonton Oilers’ farm team kicked off with games on Thursday…

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