Canucks Weekly Fares: Hardware SZN, A Series Win and an Arty Party

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Canucks Struggle To Climch in Five After Vancouver’s come-from-behind game four victory in Nashville, game five presented them with a chance to finish the series at home, and not step foot in Bridgestone Arena again until the 2024-25 season. This game, more than others in the series, saw a more respectable volume of shots from both teams make their way to the net, rather than getting blocked or missing. Nashville … Read More

Canucks Best Predators in Six Games, Round 1 Series Recap

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Despite only allowing Nashville two wins, and at one point being up 3-1 over the Predators in the series it still never looked easy for the Canucks. Game one was decisive, game three was a narrow win and game four really should have gone Nashville’s way right up until the very end. Then of course game six was really anyone’s game until the dying minutes. However, the past is the … Read More

Silovs Performance at World’s Sparks Thoughts About the Canucks Goalie Situation

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While many Canucks are well into vacation mode at this point in May, thanks to the IIHF World Championship some are still putting in a hard day’s work on the ice. Conor Garland joined the American team during this tournament, earning eight points in nine games. Additionally, Tyler Myers laced up for Canada and has kept himself at a respectable +6 during the tournament, in addition to netting himself one … Read More