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Canucks take lead in first round of playoffs
Apr 15th, 2010
Swedes lead the way in the Canucks victory.
Miller Outduels Brodeur as Canada Loses 5-3 Against the United States, and Canada Fans Aren't Happy
Feb 21st, 2010
Despite out-shooting the United States by nearly a 2:1 ratio, Canada's Men's hockey team fell due to a disparity in goaltending.
Canada Beats Switzerland by Small Margin
Feb 18th, 2010
Despite getting a scare after Switzerland forced the game to a shootout, Canada won in a shootout on a goal by Sidney Crosby. Canada controlled the play for most of the evening, outshooting the...
Canucks Defeat Predators with a Sixty Minute Effort
Dec 22nd, 2009
Signs were pointing to danger coming into tonights game against the Predators. Nashville was 6-0-1 in their last seven games and were coming off a stretch of four straight 5+ goal games. The Canucks...
Sedins and Burrows Continue to Shine
Dec 3rd, 2009
With Daniel's return to the lineup, the trio continue to shine as one of the best top lines in the league.
Canucks First Quarter Review
Nov 20th, 2009
Despite a dissapointing start, things are looking up for the Canucks.
Canucks Wreak Havoc on the Ice to Defeat Toronto Maple Leafs
Oct 25th, 2009
Coming into tonight’s game, the Canucks knew they were in for a tough match against the Toronto Maple Leafs, a proud team looking for their first victory of the season.In a strange twist of fate,...
Mitchell Spurs Vancouver into a Comeback Against Chicago
Oct 22nd, 2009
The Canucks, after a disappointing loss to Edmonton on Monday, travelled to Chicago to play their first rematch against the Blackhawks, who unceremoniously eliminated them from the playoffs last...
Canucks Defeat Dallas With Samuelson Strong on the Puck
Oct 11th, 2009
Canucks cope with the loss of Daniel Sedin, who will miss 4-6 weeks after breaking his foot on Wednesday, and beat the Dallas Stars.
Oct 4th, 2009
Hot goaltender and some frenetic defensive play still led to a 3-0 loss.
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