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  • To the surprise of no one, the NHL is in another lockout. Instead of me being back to blogging about being excited for a new season, I am not excited about the lack of hockey and instead am looking for other things to fill my time for the next couple of weeks (months?).About a week ago while on a walk along the seawall, the buddy I was walking with asked me if I ... read more...
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  • So everyone and their mom has written a post about the Canuck ticket renewals that went out last week. Like many other bloggers, I am a Canucks ticket holder. Me and some of my friends (I know my grammar is atrocious some days), share a pack of tickets.It is great fun of during the summer, usually sometime in July or August, where I have had to pay, in full, f... read more...
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  • The olympics, winter olympics and paralympics have unfortunately finished but they have created a huge boom amongst sports fans. Ice Hockey has been one of the most successful, introducing thousands to the high excitement and contact team sport. The snow this year has led to many cancellations in sports, this is annoying for any sports fan bu... read more...
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  • Time to announce a new rule here at Nucks Misconduct. From now on, there will not be any posting of images of women or men (scantily clad or not) in our comments threads. Any images of that nature will be deleted. It will be fine to link to images o... read more...
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  • For the brief time between the Islanders losing to the Pens until the end of this game, the Vancouver Canucks were the last unbeaten team in the NHL. And on the night the sellout streak ends... After the early games against Al... read more...
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  • After being sidelined in the preseason with a minor shoulder injury, Bo Horvat resumed practice with the Canucks earlier this week, and while he didn’t travel with the team for their 2-0 victory in Edmonton, it looks like it’s a matter of time before Willie Desjardins slots Horvat into the Canucks’ lineup for his NHL […] ... read more...
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  • They probably should have lost that game in Edmonton last night. All signs pointed to it: pissed off, winless Oilers needing a break, a 5 day gap between their last game, and then losing a Dman during the game. But alas for the Oilers... read more...
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  • With a nod to that 1979 classic, when the "breaks were against the boys", the Canucks sucked it up, overcame some bad calls and worse breaks, and came out with a 2-0 victory. As in any shutout, you have to mention the warrior in the c... read more...
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  • Radim Vrbata has taken little time in providing a much needed spark for the Sedins this season. Their line currently boasts 11 points, and Vrbata has provided two goals and an assist. I must admit I am surprised how quickly this line has gelled, considering how hard the Canucks have struggled in the past to […] ... read more...
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  • Vancouver's record streak spanned 474 games dating back to 2002. For the first time since 2002, the Canucks will not sell out a home game. While this comes as no surprise, it's sad to see such a magnificent streak end. It's like beating a new high-score i... read more...
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  • Joe Namath. Mark Messier. Ben Scrivens. At least that is the story coming out of Edmonton leading up to the Oilers Friday night game against the Vancouver Canucks. Without a win over their first four games of the season, backup goalie Ben Scrivens is guaranteeing a win against the Canucks according to head coach Dallas […] ... read more...
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  • The first true test for the Willie Desjardins era Canucks comes tonight? Wait, isn't Tampa here Saturday? This isn't a typo: The Canucks are going to be facing a desperate Oilers team that will be looking to win as though a playoff sp... read more...
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