Canucks poll: What was this season’s low point?

 

 
 
 
 
New York Islanders’ Calvin de Haan (left) and Kyle Okposo celebrate de Haan’s tying goal as Vancouver Canucks’ Shawn Matthias kneels on the ice during their March 10, 2014 game at Rogers Arena, in which the Islanders scored seven third-period goals to beat the Canucks 7-4.
 

New York Islanders’ Calvin de Haan (left) and Kyle Okposo celebrate de Haan’s tying goal as Vancouver Canucks’ Shawn Matthias kneels on the ice during their March 10, 2014 game at Rogers Arena, in which the Islanders scored seven third-period goals to beat the Canucks 7-4.

Photograph by: DARRYL DYCK, THE CANADIAN PRESS

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The Vancouver Canucks, set to miss the playoffs for the first time since 2008, have had a tumultuous season of twists and turns. Here are four moments that stand out as low moments. Which one do you think is lowest of the low? Cast your vote below.

 
 
 
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New York Islanders’ Calvin de Haan (left) and Kyle Okposo celebrate de Haan’s tying goal as Vancouver Canucks’ Shawn Matthias kneels on the ice during their March 10, 2014 game at Rogers Arena, in which the Islanders scored seven third-period goals to beat the Canucks 7-4.
 

New York Islanders’ Calvin de Haan (left) and Kyle Okposo celebrate de Haan’s tying goal as Vancouver Canucks’ Shawn Matthias kneels on the ice during their March 10, 2014 game at Rogers Arena, in which the Islanders scored seven third-period goals to beat the Canucks 7-4.

Photograph by: DARRYL DYCK, THE CANADIAN PRESS

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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