Rest Vs. Rust – The Canucks Need to Wrap Up The Series In Game 6

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The Canucks looked to close out round one vs. the Nashville Predators tonight. Even though they didn’t end up pulling it off, it begs the question, how much of a benefit it is to end a series early? It has long been debated if rest is beneficial in the post season, or if it only serves to hinder a teams chances in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Does it benefit a … 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 16 Recap

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Game 47: January 22nd vs. The Chicago Blackhawks Not every game can be a big game, we know this. There are lulls in every season, and games where you face lesser opponents. Monday night was not that night. The Canucks took on the deadly Chicago Blackhawks and their All-Star forward Connor Bedard Jason Dickinson. Jokes aside, that is correct. Jason Dickinson, that third-line centre that never panned out in Vancouver … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Week 5 Recap

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Game 12: November 6th vs. The Edmonton Oilers The Canucks’ first game of the week was on Monday night as they squared off against the Edmonton Oilers. Since the Oilers played the Canucks twice to start the season and lost, they have gone 2-5-1. Seats are getting hot, players are getting frustrated and goalies are still M.I.A. The Canucks on the other hand have gone 6-2-1 since the two games … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Week 23 Recap

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The Canucks Sign Two New Deals The Canucks started the week off by making two signings. The first was Phil Di Giuseppe (PDG), whose new two-year, two-way contract was announced by Patrik Allvin on Sunday. “He has been a reliable forward when called upon in Vancouver this year and has been an impactful player and leader with Abbotsford each of the past two seasons.” Allvin mentioned to the media after … Read More

Left on Read: Kuzmenko, the Silverlining + Pettersson’s Electric Year

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Canucks Twitter is one of the most active (for better or worse) sports team Twitter spheres on the internet. But being that the team sees so much online engagement on a daily basis, it almost goes without saying that some tweets, hot takes, and comments from Canucks fans fly under the radar, just due to the sheer volume of content that is out there. In this series, we aim to … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Week 20 Recap

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Schenn Scratched, Trade to Follow Tuesday was Family Day, and Luke Schenn was a healthy scratch for trade-related reasons. Schenn went back home to Vancouver to be with his wife who is expecting to give birth to their third child on March 3rd, the deadline day. With trade talks heating up around Schenn the Canucks saw it fit to protect the asset and keep him off the ice until a … Read More

Canucks Weekly Fares: Week 19 Recap

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Martin Reassigned While many happy couples were exchanging gifts of flowers and chocolates, the relationship between Spencer Martin and the Vancouver Canucks went in a different direction this past Valentine’s day. On Tuesday Spencer cleared waivers and is now backstopping a different Canucks team for the time being. Martin with a .871 save percentage in Vancouver this year, has had quite a disappointing season, especially in Thatcher Demko’s absence. The … Read More

Medically Speaking – What’s Going On With the Canucks?

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Recently it has seemed that it’s far from just the Canuck’s’ on-ice performance that has been deserving of some real scrutiny. Sparked by a Quinn Hughes comment to the media the effectiveness and ability of the Canucks’ medical staff and overall method of dealing with injured players has come into question. This article highlights some of the key quotes and opinions that have come out in the wake of Quinn … Read More

Asking AI About The Canucks Future

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I want to mix things up. I recently found out about OpenAI’s language model called ChatGPT. This basic chat AI will answer questions and have an ongoing dialogue with you. So I wanted to ask it what it thinks the Canucks should do on three main issues: Here is what the robots think. I started with an easy question to get the puck rolling. Trent: Do you know about the … Read More