Canucks Weekly Fares: Canucks Clinch Pacific, Podkolzin Extention, and The First Playoff Game

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Canucks Extinguish the Flames The Canucks played the Calgary Flames on Tuesday for the final time of the season. Thatcher Demko made his return to the crease after missing time due to an injury. With a win on Tuesday, the Canucks would officially clinch the Pacific Division title. So while there wasn’t much to play for, there was everything to play for. I’ll keep this light, we are here for … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Season Sweep vs. Oilers, The Last Game Against the Coyotes and Quinn Hughes for Norris

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Canucks Dominate Golden Knights The first game of the week was on Monday against the Vegas Golden Knights for their fourth and final game of the regular season. The Canucks were looking to tie the season series at two apiece with an important win over the Vega Golden Knights. Arturs Silovs got the start for Vancouver and Tomas Hertl made his debut for the Golden Knights. The Canucks were in … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Two Losses to Playoff Teams and a Win in Arizona

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The Vegas Golden Knights Take Two Points From The Canucks The Canucks went into Las Vegas on Tuesday looking to make an impact against a team they might square off with in the first round of the playoffs. Just like we all wanted, important games are being played in April, and they are all games the fans want to win, not games they want to lose for better draft lottery … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Canucks Clinch Playoffs, Playoff Tickets Fly off the Shelves, and Demko on LTIR

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March 25th vs. The Los Angeles Kings The first game of the week for the Canucks came on Tuesday. This was the first game where the Canucks found themselves in a playoff-clinching position. If the Canucks had won, their ticket to the postseason would be stamped. But Alas. The game started slowly with the typical, smothering hockey the LA Kings play that we have all grown to hate. The Kings … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: French Fries, A New Book, and Three Big Wins

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#FryGate Did you come here for hard-hitting, serious analysis of the week that was? Fine sure, scroll further, we have that. But we need to start with the most important part of the week that was. And that was #FryGate. It all started on Saturday, March 16th, but the momentum of the story evolved into last week. Sara Jones posted a photo on Twitter, claiming she got only 15 french … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Canucks Fall Twice, Front Office Extensions & D Petey Update

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Demko Gets Good and Bad News Do you want the good news or the bad news first? For reader retention purposes we will go with the good news first. Demko was awarded third star of the week on March 11th. Demko went 3-0-0 in the week and only allowed an average goals-against of 0.81 and a .969 SV%. Not a bad week for the Canucks star netminder. Demko also tied … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Deadline Duds, Three Big Wins and Reinforcements Coming

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Canucks Lose out on Guentzel and Freeze at the Deadline With the trade deadline having come and gone, we now know that the Canucks were not the team to win the Geuentzel sweepstakes. Carolina was the lucky team to secure the former Penguin. Earlier in the week, a few days removed from deadline day, it was reported that the Canucks were among the teams engaging in real conversation, making real … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Week 20 Recap

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Game 61: February 27th vs. The Pittsburgh Penguins The Canucks first game of the week came at home against the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Penguins are currently the oldest team in the NHL. With Vancouver being among the league’s best and skewing to the younger side, they hoped to make short work of the visiting Penguins. Penguins captain Sidney Crosby got the first clear shot attempt early in the game while … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Week 19 Recap

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Game 54: February 19th vs. The Minnesota Wild You don’t want to read about this game. Just skip it. It was bad. Like 10-7 bad. And it wasn’t a game that was back-and-forth, high-flying action. No. It was the Canucks blowing a 5-2 lead. In a matter of moments. This was a game of 3 goals off skates, four five-on-threes for the Wild, two empty nets and a hat trick … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Week 18 Recap

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Game 51: February 13th vs. The Chicago Blackhawks The Canucks were once again set to face off against the juggernaut that is the Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday evening. Still, with no Bedard, no Taylor Hall, no Corey Perry, and no hope. The Canucks came out of the gate flying. They were all over the Blackhawks, which isn’t saying much. That’s like saying “The Canucks won their race against a child … Read More