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Head coach Alain Vigneault of the Vancouver Canucks watches from the bench during the NHL game against the Phoenix Coyotes at Jobing.com Arena on February 28, 2012 in Glendale, Arizona. Like the expiration date on a milk carton, there is a best-
There's one move that Vancouver Canucks GM Mike Gillis made this season that rankles fans above the others...Gillis shipped out the team's former 10th overall pick to the Buffalo Sabres on deadline day for two players in Zack Kassian and Marc-Andre
Last Tuesday night, Vancouver Canucks head coach Alain Vigneault met with his goaltenders Roberto Luongo and Cory Schneider and gave the start in the must-win Game 4 to Schneider, the young understudy. Schneider, who at 26 is seven years younger than
There are still many questions surrounding the Vancouver Canucks even though they managed to stay alive in the NHL playoffs save one is Roberto Luongo still their main man? Luongo's up-and-down career with the Canucks is almost certainly in its final
The reeling Vancouver Canucks will not have star left winger Daniel Sedin in their lineup again Sunday as they attempt to dig themselves out from underneath a 2-0 deficit to the Los Angeles Kings in their opening round Stanley Cup playoff series.
As soon as he finished up at the proctologist's office ... er, interview room, Alain Vigneault said, he was heading straight to a meeting of his coaching staff, looking for ways to refloat the boat in time for Game 2 of the Vancouver Canucks'
And Daniel Sedin probably won't be part of that answer, at least for Game 2 on Friday night. Sedin, recovering from a concussion, didn't skate Thursday, which makes it quite unlikely he will play Friday. As for the show on the ice Wednesday night,
The betting line on Daniel Sedin skating on his own before he practised with the Vancouver Canucks on Monday was 50-50, depending on who you talked to and who was trying to keep that supposedly vital information under wraps. Welcome to the NHL
Marc-Andre Gragnani didn't know much about Alain Vigneault until the coach chose him for the Prince Edward Island Rockets when the junior defenceman was a 16-year-old rookie in the Quebec League. Gragnani found out quickly about the man in charge. "I'
The panic, sparked by a short slump mid-March, has passed in Vancouver, replaced by the budding promise of springtime hockey. As of Sunday morning, the Vancouver Canucks were the hottest team in the NHL, winners of six in a row, victories delivered