Kuzma: Coach Willie thinks Canucks have 'got to be more hungry'

 

How the team defends and exits their own zone will be of paramount importance to set the tone for the upcoming season

 
 
 
 
Better by design. Better by familiarity. And better results at both ends of the ice. Read what you want into the fire drill that represented what the Vancouver Canucks were trying to accomplish in their own zone last season — a confusing zone-defence system that placed a premium on revolving pairings protecting an area, instead of physically engaging the opposition — and a return to fundamentals should trigger the right results.
 
 
 
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