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For much of Roberto Luongo's six years as a Vancouver Canuck, a Special Forces extraction team couldn't have removed the goaltender from his crease no matter how many goals he gave up. But after a 38-save, 1-0 shutout win Monday against the Los
They didn't exactly leave Colorado with a Rocky Mountain high, but the Vancouver Canucks did head home Sunday following completion of a four-game road trip feeling a whole lot better about themselves. The numbers don't tell the whole story of their
EDT Monday night, as the Vancouver Canucks lost again, putting on a poor performance in a meaningless game against one of the league's worst teams, some aggressive talk percolated among respected commentators on Twitter.
Paul airport Sunday, head coach Alain Vigneault likely had an excellent idea of how his team performed Saturday against the Columbus Blue Jackets, the NHL's worst team. So let's play mind-reader and pretend we are Coach Vee dissecting on tape the 4-3
Nine months ago, give or take, in the hot-and-heavy days following their Stanley Cup meltdown, the Vancouver Canucks' blueprint for rebounding was conceived. To recap, the plan was pretty much as follows: Stay healthy next time, punish the opponent
Alain Vigneault isn't going to like hearing this, but the Canucks could go 2-10-1 over their final 13 games and still be 100-per-cent guaranteed they'll make the playoffs with 97 points, according to sportsclubstats.com. Heck, going 2-11-0 still
The Sedins are silent, the power play continues to sputter and Roberto Luongo is struggling. Add it all up and it resulted in the third home-ice loss in the last four games for the Vancouver Canucks. Erik Cole put a weak backhand shot past Luongo 13
The puck just hasn't been finding the net this season for Sammy Pahlsson. Mind you, that could be said for most of Pahlsson's National Hockey League career. The 34-year-old makes his living at the other end of the ice, shutting down the opposition's
Some of them came to cheer for a fan favourite wearing rival colours. The vast majority wanted to cheer on a Vancouver Canucks win. What the hometown crowd got Saturday night wasn't so much the Cody Hodgson show or the Sedins-go-wild show...Instead,
The Canadian Press Globe and Mail Update Published Friday, Mar. 02, 2012 11:21PM EST Cody Hodgson has resolved one issue regarding his trade from the Buffalo Sabres. He reclaimed his car Friday, as he quietly snuck into Rogers Arena and picked it up.