1. Vancouver Canucks Snap Detroit Red Wings 23-Game Home Winning Streak in Shootout

    The best thing about being a sports fan is when a highly anticipated matchup between two titans lives up to, and in some cases exceeds, the hype...

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  2. Vancouver Canucks: Loss to the Predators Could Help Them Against the Red Wings

    After 13 games without a regulation loss, the Vancouver Canucks ' strong play and (in many ways) good fortunes finally caught up to them against a technically sound Nashville Predators team...

    Adam Graham Written by Adam Graham about over 2 years ago 557 reads 2 comments

  3. Vancouver Canucks: 5 New Reasons Why They Are Primed for Another Cup Run

    With less than two months remaining in the 2011-12 NHL regular season, the Vancouver Canucks are near the top of the overall standings once again...

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  4. NHL Trade Rumors: Predicting the Most Active Teams at the NHL Trade Deadline

    The NHL trade deadline is one of the most exciting and sometimes unpredictable points of the NHL season...

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  5. New York Knicks: Steve Novak Flies Under the Radar as a By-Product of Linsanity

    As the legend of Jeremy Lin continues to grow, it’s easy to ignore the other key contributors for the New York Knicks during their recent five–game winning streak, especially when one of them is almost as surprising as Lin...

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  6. The 10 Highest-Paid NHL Goaltenders: Which Ones Are Worth the Price?

    There are many elite goaltenders in today’s NHL . Some are paid accordingly, while others are not. There are also cases of lofty expectations being placed on certain goaltenders ...

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  7. Vancouver Canucks vs. Boston Bruins and the 13 Nastiest Current NHL Rivalries

    Rivalries make sports that much more fun to watch and the NHL is no exception. When two bitter rivals face off against each other, it can spellbind the fans and keep them on the edge of their seats...

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  8. Denver Nuggets: Games vs. Clippers, Lakers and Blazers Are All Statement Games

    The Denver Nuggets have a huge opportunity on their hands over the next three days. It’s a chance to finally separate them from the pack and prove they’re legitimate contenders...

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  9. Vancouver Canucks: Blackhawks Provided Great Tune Up for Showdown with Red Wings

    If you were fearful of a sluggish performance from the Vancouver Canucks and the Chicago Blackhawks in their first game back from a lengthy All-Star break, you can smile and breathe easy knowing how brilliant the game turned out to be...

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  10. Montreal Canadiens: Top 5 Candidates to Replace Randy Cunneyworth as Head Coach

    To say there has been some criticism surrounding the hiring of Montreal Canadiens interim head coach Randy Cunneyworth is an understatement. Cunneyworth has been a lightning rod for criticism, although it’s been for all the wrong reasons...

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  11. Montreal Canadiens Have a Great Prospect in Brendan Gallagher

    The Montreal Canadiens committed grand theft larceny at the 2010 NHL Draft when they selected Brendan Gallagher. At least, figuratively speaking...

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  12. Montreal Canadiens: 6 Bright Spots in a Disappointing 2011-12 Season

    The Montreal Canadiens ' 2011-12 season has not gone according to plan so far. At the All-Star break, they are eleven games under .500 if you include the overtime and shootout losses...

    Adam Graham Written by Adam Graham about over 2 years ago 2,985 reads 2 comments

  13. Vancouver Canucks Rivalry Debate: Chicago Blackhawks or Boston Bruins?

    If Thursday’s NHL All-Star Game Fantasy Draft was any indication, the rivalry between the Vancouver Canucks and the Boston Bruins extends beyond the white ice in terms of its bitterness...

    Adam Graham Written by Adam Graham about over 2 years ago 798 reads 4 comments

  14. Analysis of Pierre Gauthier's Bizarre Michael Cammalleri Trade for Canadiens

    Thursday night was suppose to be about two great rivals renewing acquaintances when the Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins faced off against each other for the fifth time this season...

    Adam Graham Written by Adam Graham about over 2 years ago 960 reads 2 comments

  15. Montreal Canadiens vs. Boston Bruins: The Best Rivalry in the NHL?

    There are certain teams in sports that will always be rivals. No matter who the players are and what the situation is, there will be hostility. The Montreal Canadiens and the Boston Bruins possess one of those rivalries...

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  16. NHL Trade Speculation: 7 Teams That Need Oilers Ales Hemsky & Sam Gagner

    After a great start to the season, the Edmonton Oilers have plummeted back down to earth in a big way. They sit near the bottom of the Western Conference standings and, as a result, ...

    Adam Graham Written by Adam Graham about over 2 years ago 2,740 reads 2 comments

  17. NHL He Said, She Said: All-Star Voting, Realignment and Suspensions

    The Ottawa Senators dominate the All-Star voting fiasco, I mean ballot, but is it really a good thing for the NHL ? Better yet, does anyone outside of Ottawa care? What are your ...

    Adam Graham Written by Adam Graham about over 2 years ago 229 reads 4 comments

  18. Why Barry Bonds Won't Be Inducted to the MLB Hall of Fame Anytime Soon

    While one baseball great named Barry was elected to the Hall of Fame today, another is now just one year away from the possibility of being voted into the most prestigious club of baseball stars...

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  19. Canucks vs. Bruins Recap: Vancouver Gets Revenge over Boston

    Rarely do highly anticipated NHL regular season games exceed the hype, but on Saturday the Vancouver Canucks and Boston Bruins waged war in a classic regular season battle...

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  20. Vancouver Canucks: Why Their Schedule Says They'll Win the Presidents' Trophy

    At the midway point of the 2011-12 NHL season, the Vancouver Canucks are currently in familiar territory as they sit in first place in the Western Conference...

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  21. Ottawa Senators Fans Show the Flaws in the NHL All-Star Game Voting Process

    Letting fans decide who should start in the All-Star game in any sport has its shortcomings, and the NHL is no exception...

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  22. NHL Winter Classic Proves That Anticipation Is Key When It Comes to Rivalries

    With the 2012 NHL Winter Classic between the Philadelphia Flyers and the New York Rangers in the books, one thing that’s now clear is that these two teams have a fierce rivalry...

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  23. Vancouver Canucks: 10 Most Memorable Moments of the 2011 Calendar Year

    What a year 2011 was for the Vancouver Canucks ! Daniel Sedin and Roberto Luongo were both nominated for major awards, and Ryan Kesler finally won the Selke Award. The team has posted a cumulative record of 69-33-6, including the playoffs...

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  24. Top 10 Most Interesting Athletes in 2011

    There are dozens, if not hundreds, of star athletes who impress us with their abilities. But how many of those athletes can create just as much buzz off the playing surface? Whether ...

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  25. Grading the Vancouver Canucks' Performance Heading into the New Year

    As the 2011 calendar year comes to a close, the Vancouver Canucks sit atop the Northwest Division, which is exactly where they belong...

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