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Trevor Linden’s Twitter account wants...

Trevor Linden is busy enough as it is, but may well could have spent part of Friday afternoon seizing his Twitter account back from the bug or hack or whatever it is that had him tweeting gently pornographic chat recommendations to his followers like some sort...

 

Judge narrows terms of lawsuit against...

A B.C. Supreme Court judge has narrowed the terms of a wrongful-dismissal lawsuit against the Vancouver Canucks Limited Partnership and its chairman, Francesco Aquilini. Italian sports psychologist Bruno Demichelis, who was employed by the Canucks from July 1, ...

 

Canucks sign first-rounder Jared McCann...

The Vancouver Canucks announced they have signed centre Jared McCann, the first-round pick they acquired from the Anaheim Ducks last month for star centre Ryan Kesler.

 

Ex-Canucks landing in Leafs-land

David Booth wasn't unemployed for long.

 
 

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Dr. Sport: Miracle Mile showdown recalled on 60th anniversary of British Empire Games

The fact Lui Passaglia won’t be joining his 1994 Grey Cup teammates this afternoon as part of the B.C. Lions Wall of Fame celebrations has nothing to do with the fact he’s been undergoing ...

 

Dr. Sport: Passaglia’s inspiration recalled as he faces his own health fight

The fact Lui Passaglia won’t be joining his 1994 Grey Cup teammates this afternoon as part of the B.C. Lions Wall of Fame celebrations has nothing to do with the fact he’s been undergoing ...

 

Iain MacIntyre: Canucks look to Ryan Miller for confidence

Forget about the money because it’s Francesco Aquilini’s money and he has lots of it.

 
 

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Canucks sign hometown boy Jake Virtanen...

Before the Vancouver drafted him, Jake Virtanen said his dream was to play for the Canucks. He’s one symbolic step closer after inking his entry level deal and making it official via Twitter Friday.

 
 

Botchford: McCann brings edge and attitude...

The first time Jared McCann was on the ice he was awkward, knock-kneed and in figure skates. He left crying, and vowing he’d never be back.

 

Canucks captain Henrik Sedin in the...

It’s our fault for never learning Swedish all these years. In an interview today with the Swedish paper Aftonbladet (is there any other?), Canucks captain Henrik Sedin delighted in his horse’s victory at Solanget, a track just outside Henrik and his...

 

Botchford: Sedins escape the blame ...

It’s an accepted truism in sports that the bigger the name, the bigger the scrutiny. Think quarterbacks in football. Sidney Crosby in Pittsburgh. Alex Ovechkin in Washington.

 

Province Sports Radio: Talkin' Canucks...

How many questions can Jim Jamieson and Jason Botchford handle in 20 minutes? Find out today!

 
 

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Gallagher: Changing goalies won't do anything for Canucks' lack of scoring

Everywhere you go in this town the prevailing wisdom among fans seems to be that the Vancouver Canucks must find a free agent goalie in the offseason.

 

The elusive Luongo-Bozak trade

On the most basic level, the melodrama over Roberto Luongo and the trade that dare not speak its name comes down to a simple matter. The Vancouver Canucks have to fill their gaping hole at centre ice, ...

 

Rick Rypien's story far from over as Hockey Talks is launched

It's hard to think of this as a beautiful story or a story with a happy ending.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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