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Vancouver Canucks – Playoff Hopes Slim but Still Alive

Vancouver Canucks – Playoff Hopes Slim but Still Alive

William Wilson April 6, 2014 9

At this point in the season, the chances of the Vancouver Canucks making the playoffs are extremely remote, but the team has done everything possible to help its own cause. Unfortunately, they’re no longer masters

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Never Seen That Before

Never Seen That Before

Lance Hornby January 14, 2014 2

Thank You Sir. May I have Another? Wow. What a start to the Canucks/Kings game tonight. For a bit of a history lesson, or as I call it, “what the NHL didn’t review with

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My Thoughts so Far

My Thoughts so Far

Lance Hornby December 26, 2013 7

Some Things Never Change It is the 39 game mark for the Canucks as they enjoy a rather long break during the Christmas holidays. Some would say it might be too long of a

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Toronto Maple Leafs Limp Home from Vancouver

Toronto Maple Leafs Limp Home from Vancouver

William Wilson November 3, 2013 22

Perhaps it was naive to expect a sweep of Western Canada, but it certainly didn’t help that the Toronto Maple Leafs only dressed one player against the Vancouver Canucks: James Reimer cannot win on

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Lou, Kes and Torts, Oh My!

Lou, Kes and Torts, Oh My!

Lance Hornby September 14, 2013 9

                                                                                                                                  Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press Tweeting is Such Sweet Sorrow Canuck training camp officially opened this week with a smattering of rookies and veterans reporting to camp. In all there are 61 players competing for around 22

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First Round Playoff Predictions

First Round Playoff Predictions

William Wilson April 30, 2013 27

The 2013 NHL playoffs are set to begin tonight. Here are my playoff predictions for the first round. Feel free to share your own thoughts in the comments section below. Eastern Conference 1st seed

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James “the Real Deal” Reimer

James “the Real Deal” Reimer

William Wilson April 21, 2013 25

We’ve all heard the story. Toronto hasn’t seen a good goalie since the days of Ed Belfour. The experiments with Andrew Raycroft, Vesa Toskala and Jonas Gustavsson all proved spectacular failures. J.S. Giguere was

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A Return to the Promised Land

A Return to the Promised Land

William Wilson April 21, 2013 9

Playoffs: it’s about time. The Leafs will make their first extended trip towards the Promised Land this spring after spending the last nine years in limbo. After two failed attempts, they finally clinched a

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Leafs: Game 37 Questions and Answers

Leafs: Game 37 Questions and Answers

William Wilson April 4, 2013 5

Toronto finally returns to action tonight after a four-day break. A lot has changed in the hockey world since the Leafs last laced up their skates, but their lineup remains largely intact. The Leafs

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Crunch Time: NHL GMs in tough as trade deadline nears

Crunch Time: NHL GMs in tough as trade deadline nears

Andrew Pinsent March 25, 2013 8

Damned if you do and damned if you don’t. Probably on the mind of NHL general managers this week, with so little separation in the standings it’s hard to find clear-cut buyers and sellers

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