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Canucks say their sellout streak is over

As market corrections go, it’s a small one.But sobering proof for the Vancouver Canucks that they are not bulletproof as a brand was the organization’s announcement Friday that its sellout...

 

Stamkos returns to form, and to Vancouver after gruesome injury (with video)

The most heartening news of the week for a Canadian hockey fan — though not a Canadiens hockey fan — might have come from the scoresheet of Monday night’s Montreal at Tampa Bay game.

 

Dr. Sport: Connection in Calgary leads to Giant-sized change in relations

Vancouver Giants’ general manager Scott Bonner had been meaning for the past four months to pick up the phone and welcome Canucks’ GM Jim Benning to town.

 
 

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Avalanche 7 Canucks 3: A disaster in...

DENVER — In hockey, the last thing you want to be is helpless.But that's how the Canucks looked as Matt Duchene, Jarome Iginla and Tyson Barrie danced around them.In fact, it's how they could have looked this entire road trip, if not for a fantastic Ryan...

 
 

Gallagher’s Hat Trick: Canucks borrow...

As the Vancouver Canucks ponder facing the Colorado Avalanche at altitude tonight (Sportsnet One, TSN 1040, 6 p.m.), they might take a moment to consider where that great new look they flashed on the power play Thursday night in the win over the St. Louis Blues...

 

Willes: Consider this a down payment...

Here’s the thing about Ryan Miller and the latest incarnation of the Canucks’ goaltending melodrama. The minute the 34-year-old veteran was signed to a three-year, $18-million contract in the off-season, it effectively ended any mystery about the goalie...

 

The Provies: Kassian's moment of brilliance...

It may take some time to beat that save Miller made on Lehtera. “I just had a feeling (Tarasenko) might go back to (Lehtera),” Miller said. “It’s just the way the play developed and he’s a smart playmaker. I kept my weight to the ...

 

Canucks 4 Blues 1: For the first time...

ST. LOUIS — When Ryan Miller wants a game, let him have it. Miller had been oozing desire to play the Blues for days.

 
 

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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.

 

NHL players' nice-guy approach falling short

The first and essentially only sign of impatience from NHL players in the process of being milked of their cash by NHL owners came in Calgary this week when the Flames players decided not to participate...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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