Photos: Playoff agony for Canucks fans

 

Vancouver Canucks fans went to bed disappointed Tuesday after their team was swept out of the first round of playoffs by the San Jose Sharks. Take a look at fans’ reactions during the game.

 
 
 
 
<div id="page1">Canucks fan Destiny Millns finds watching the third period of the Vancouver Canucks vs. San Jose Sharks in NHL playoff action stressful. Vancouver, May 7 2013. She and her friend Colin Ng were watching at Malone&#8217;s.</div>
 

Canucks fan Destiny Millns finds watching the third period of the Vancouver Canucks vs. San Jose Sharks in NHL playoff action stressful. Vancouver, May 7 2013. She and her friend Colin Ng were watching at Malone’s.

Photograph by: Gerry Kahrmann, PNG

 
<div id="page1">Canucks fan Destiny Millns finds watching the third period of the Vancouver Canucks vs. San Jose Sharks in NHL playoff action stressful. Vancouver, May 7 2013. She and her friend Colin Ng were watching at Malone&#8217;s.</div>
Canucks fans Nadia Scherrer and Radon Valentin watch the Vancouver Canucks play the San Jose Sharks in NHL playoff action at Malone&#8217;s Sports Bar, Vancouver, May 7 2013.
Canucks fan Destiny Millns finds watching the third period of the Vancouver Canucks vs. San Jose Sharks in NHL playoff action stressful. Vancouver, May 7 2013. She and her friend Colin Ng were watching at Malone&#8217;s.
Canucks fans Destiny Millns and Colin Ng react to the Vancouver Canucks losing to the San Jose Sharks in NHL playoff action. Vancouver, May 7 2013.
Canucks fan Kimball Kastelen watches the Vancouver Canucks play the San Jose Sharks in NHL playoff action at Malone&#8217;s Sports Bar, Vancouver, May 7 2013.
Canucks fans Serin Yeh and Nadia Scherrer react to a save by the Vancouver Canucks as they play the San Jose Sharks in NHL playoff action at Malone&#8217;s Sports Bar, Vancouver, May 7 2013.
Canucks fan Destiny Millns finds watching the third period of the Vancouver Canucks vs. San Jose Sharks in NHL playoff action stressful. Vancouver, May 7 2013. She and her friend Colin Ng were watching at Malone&#8217;s.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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