• Playoff Push and Pineapple on Pizza

    It’s the home stretch of the season and the Canucks are in a precarious position, with both the Calgary Flames and Los Angeles Kings right behind them in the playoff race. In an ideal world, the Kings would miss the playoffs entirely and the Canucks would face the Flames in the first round, but it’s possible the Canucks could face the Kings or miss the playoffs entirely.

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  • Tanev Re-Signed and Fast Food Burgers

    Chris Tanev is one of the best of the new breed of defensive defencemen, who cannot possibly be described as “stay-at-home.” This season he has proven that he is a top pairing defenceman capable of elevating the play of everyone around him and the Canucks rewarded him with a five-year, $22.25 million contract.

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  • Doomed Millionaires and Assumed Foursomes

    Both times the Canucks have worn their throwback Vancouver Millionaires jerseys, they have suffered embarrassing losses, including the stain of the 2014 Heritage Classic. And yet, the Canucks will be wearing them again next week, this time honouring the 100th anniversary of the Millionaires’ Stanley Cup victory.

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  • Tanev’s Return and Starter Pokemon

    Arguably the most devastating injury of the Canucks’ season was to Chris Tanev, whose steadying presence on the top pairing with Alex Edler has been sorely missed. Thankfully, he is returning to the lineup and should make a significant impact as the Canucks push to make the playoffs.

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Playoff Push and Pineapple on Pizza

It’s the home stretch of the season and the Canucks are in a precarious position, with both the Calgary Flames and Los Angeles Kings right behind them in the playoff race. In an ideal world, the Kings would miss the playoffs entirely and the Canucks would face the Flames in the first round, but it’s possible the Canucks could face the Kings or miss the playoffs entirely.

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Tanev Re-Signed and Fast Food Burgers

Chris Tanev is one of the best of the new breed of defensive defencemen, who cannot possibly be described as “stay-at-home.” This season he has proven that he is a top pairing defenceman capable of elevating the play of everyone around him and the Canucks rewarded him with a five-year, $22.25 million contract.

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Doomed Millionaires and Assumed Foursomes

Both times the Canucks have worn their throwback Vancouver Millionaires jerseys, they have suffered embarrassing losses, including the stain of the 2014 Heritage Classic. And yet, the Canucks will be wearing them again next week, this time honouring the 100th anniversary of the Millionaires’ Stanley Cup victory.

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Tanev’s Return and Starter Pokemon

Arguably the most devastating injury of the Canucks’ season was to Chris Tanev, whose steadying presence on the top pairing with Alex Edler has been sorely missed. Thankfully, he is returning to the lineup and should make a significant impact as the Canucks push to make the playoffs.

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Trade Deadline Breakdown Extravaganza!

What just happened at the NHL trade deadline? What did the Canucks do? What’s a Baertschi? Who’s a Conacher?

Daniel and Harrison break down the Canucks moves at the trade deadline and what they mean for the Canucks this season (nothing at all) and in the future (potentially lots?), as well as touching on a few of the other trades around the league. They also discuss the ethics of tanking and the Canucks’ recent road trip and gonzo game against the St. Louis Blues.

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Alex Edler Injury and Hot Dog Sandwiches

The Canucks have weathered all sorts of injuries this season, largely because of the dependability of their top defence pairing of Alex Edler and Chris Tanev. Now Edler is injured and out for an undetermined length of time, leaving the defence in disarray and the Canucks’ season in jeopardy.

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Entertaining Kassian and Beck’s Best Album

The Canucks’ dominant win over the Pittsburgh Penguins was nearly overshadowed by a couple moments featuring Zack Kassian: the broadcast’s bench cam showing him staring at his hands and the massive ovation he received from the Rogers Arena crowd after his goal.

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Super Bowl Sympathies and Kevin Hart

The Seahawks lost Super Bowl XLIX in one of the most devastating ways possible, with the game seemingly in hand before it was all so suddenly taken away. What would be the equivalent for the Canucks? The Nathan Lafayette post in 1994? Losing to the Calgary Flames in overtime of game 7 in the 2004 playoffs after Markus Naslund and Matt Cooke combined to tie the game with 5 seconds left? Or is there any moment that matches that kind of heartbreak?

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Florida Back-to-Back and Seahawks Comeback

The Canucks head into Florida at the end of their road trip for back-to-back games against the Florida Panthers and Tampa Bay Lightning. Can the Canucks continue their winning ways?

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