1. Look For a Rebound Season For The Jaguars

    A 2008 season that began with such excitement and expectation for the Jaguars ended up in major disappointment...

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  2. Canucks -Blackhawks: Vancouver Lets Game Four Slip Away as Chicago Evens Series

    Just when you think you have this series figured out, there is another twist. Things appeared to be going smoothly for the Canucks throughout Game Four Thursday, as the Blackhawks were clearly on their heels and frustrated throughout this contest...

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  3. United They Stand: Canucks Win 3-1, Reclaim Home Ice Advantage

    An electric United Centre, no Sami Salo or Pavol Demitra, and a Hawks team clicking on all cylinders were all the ingredients that could have spelled disaster for the Canucks...

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  4. Unravelled-Canucks Blow Two Goal Lead As Hawks Even Series

    Another good start and a two goal lead in the second period you would have thought would have been enough for the Canucks, after all they learned from Thursday's mistakes right? Well ...

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  5. Canucks-Blackhawks: Vancouver Escapes Game One by the Skin of Their Teeth

    The Canucks remain perfect in the playoffs, but really had to sweat this one. Vancouver escaped Game one at GM Place with a 5-3 victory over the young Chicago Blackhawks. As expected, the Hawks came out flying...

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  6. Cody Hodgson Named Most Outstanding Player in the OHL

    In the midst of an exciting playoff run, fans in Vancouver now have more to be excited about as it was announced Tuesday that Canucks top prospect Cody Hodgson was named Most Outstanding Player in the OHL for stellar play and intelligent leadership...

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  7. Bring on the Blackhawks: Vancouver to Face Chicago in Round Two

    After seemingly an eternity of waiting the Canucks now know their second round opponent—the Chicago Blackhawks. Thanks to a 4-1 Ducks win, which eliminated the Sharks, Vancouver will begin the Conference semifinals on home ice...

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  8. Taylor Pyatt Rejoins Canucks

    A familiar face was back for Canucks practice Friday at GM Place. It was winger Taylor Pyatt, who had been on leave following the tragic loss of his fiancee Carly Bragnalo...

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  9. Sweeping Into History- Canucks Complete Series Win Over Blues

    For the first time in their history, the Vancouver Canucks have swept a seven game series thanks to a 3-2 overtime victory over the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday. Once again, Roberto Luongo was spectacular...

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  10. In The Drivers Seat- Canucks Take Commanding 3-0 Series Lead

    Before the series, the Blues said they wanted to make it a special teams game with the Canucks. With St. Louis among the best in penalty kill and power play, and the Canucks in the middle of the pack in both categories, this strategy made a lot of sense..

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  11. Blues-Canucks: Luongo Brilliant in Exciting Game Two

    Weather it was nerves, officiating, or just lacklustre play that was that cause for such a sub-par game one, it was anything but that Friday in game two at GM Place...

    Joel Lefevre Written by Joel Lefevre about over 5 years ago 64 reads 0 comments

  12. Special Win for Vancouver: Canucks Edge Blues in Penalty Filled Game

    An electric atmosphere at GM Place appeared to get the better of both teams in a game filled with penalties on both sides. However with the game called so tightly by the officials that was supposed to be the edge St...

    Joel Lefevre Written by Joel Lefevre about over 5 years ago 42 reads 1 comments

  13. Bring on the Blues: Vancouver Canucks Open Against Old Rival St. Louis

    The matchup is now set, the Canucks will open the post-season at GM Place Wednesday against the St.Louis Blues. If their is anything to their past playoff history fans should be in for one hell of a series...

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  14. The Vancouver Canucks Final Grades

    A season of huge over achievements has ended with the Canucks winning the Northwest Division for the fifth time in history...

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  15. The Champs are Here: Vancouver Canucks Claim Northwest Division Title

    An improbable season that seemed destined for failure has ended in great success so far for the 2008-09 Vancouver Canucks...

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  16. Canucks-Wild: Vancouver Vaults Into First in Northwest with OT Win

    With just over a week to go in the regular season, the Canucks have done the unthinkable. They made up an incredible amount of ground and vaulted into first place in the Northwest...

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  17. Home Sweet Home: Vancouver Canucks Set Club Record with 10th Straight Home Win

    What a difference a month or two can make. Just a couple of month's ago the Canucks couldn't buy a win at home but now with a seeming miracle flick of the switch the Canucks can't lose at home it seems...

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  18. Vancouver Canucks Peaking at Right Time

    Mike Gillis raised a lot of eyebrows for his lack of activity on trade deadline day, leading many fans and media people to believe he did not want to make a run this year for the cup...

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  19. Canucks Beat Blue Jackets: Increasing Lead in Tight Playoff Race

    In a tight playoff race in the West, the Vancouver Canucks have not only been able to stay above the cut. But with their hot streak of late, they have been able to put a little distance with the teams chasing them in the conference...

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  20. Barca Salavages a Draw Against Lyon

    Olympique Lyonnais was supposed to be just a small hick-up for a Barcelona team that was expected to go all the way this year...

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  21. Canucks Look to Make a Splash at the Trade Deadline

    With the trade deadline fast approaching, the time will come where teams will look to make a big splash to propel them into the playoffs. The Canucks, while not the desperate team now that they were in January, still have approximately $2...

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  22. Montreal Canadiens' Jaroslav Halak Shuts Out Red Hot Vancouver Canucks, 3-0

    A matter of days after Jaroslav Halak was given a chance to be the starter in Montreal, he made a strong case to remain the starter, posting his first shutout this season, en route to a 3-0 victory over the Canucks...

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  23. Storybook Ending: Mats Sundin Scores Shootout Winner in Return to Toronto

    A night that had been circled on many Leaf fans calendars finally was front and centre Saturday night as Toronto's favourite son Mats Sundin made his return to the ACC with the Vancouver Canucks...

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  24. Milt Stegall Calls It a Career-Touchdown King Retires After 14 Glorious Seasons

    February 18, 2009 will go down in history as a tragic day for all Winnipeg Blue Bomber fans and fans of the Canadian Football League...

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  25. Comeback Canucks Rally To Edge Coyotes

    For the second consecutive game the Vancouver Canucks found a way to come from behind and pull out a win. Tonight was almost a carbon copy of Tuesday's game against St. Louis, where the Canucks fell behind 2-0 and 3-1...

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