Canucks Weekly Fares: Trading Wins All Week

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Struggles In Game Four Game four for the Canucks was a struggle in Edmonton. Hot off of their 4-3 victory in their first game at Rogers Place, the Canucks failed to develop much offence for the bulk of the game. Vancouver was outshot 30 to 21 by the time everything was said and done, with perhaps the only silver lining being that Vancouver played a strong physical game having outmuscled … Read More

DeSmith Is Holding Down The Fort Exceptionally Well

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Since Demko left the game on March 9th against the Winnipeg Jets, DeSmith has played every minute of hockey. And he has done exceptionally well. Since taking over the starter’s crease, DeSmith has a .896 sv% and a GGA of 2.3 with a record of 3-2-1 in his six games. If you remove his .842 sv% on Monday’s game vs. the LA Kings, DeSmith had a .907 sv% in his … 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

Demko’s Wedding and the Canucks in Attendance

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Not since Adam Gaudette roundhouse kicked his new bride in the face while giving her a lapdance, has as much fun come out of a Vancouver Canucks player’s wedding. After their engagement last summer, Thatcher Demko and Lexie Shaw Demko tied the knot on July 16th, 2022. It’s the offseason, JT Miller is still a Canuck and the biggest splashes of free agency have come and gone. We’re in the … Read More

The Best Performances By Canucks Players

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With the Canucks officially eliminated, there is not a lot of meaning left in the two games remaining on their schedule. Just because the season in its entirety may not have been a success, that doesn’t mean there haven’t been successes along the way, however.  From the hot streaks that this team has been on to the stabilization of the penalty kill, there has certainly been lots to like about … Read More

Demko’s Rapid Evolution From Back-Up to Clear-Cut Starter

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On Monday night Thatcher Demko made 44 saves against the Ottawa Senators to allow his team to collect their sixth win in eight games. Demko has been absolutely unstoppable in the month of March and has slipped right into Jacob Markstrom’s old spot perfectly. Demko has been incredibly reliable, and that’s something the Vancouver Canucks need if they’re going to be successful.  Bubble Bubly Demko’s Emergence  It has been widely … Read More

Left on Read: Lacrosse Goals and Shots Off the Post

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You have a thought, a good one too. You carefully word that thought into 280 characters or less and are sure to work in “#Canucks” to maximize your reach amongst your fellow fans. You re-read the tweet, and you hit send. A few moments later, you check your notifications and there’s nothing. The next morning, still nothing. Your carefully articulated thoughts echo for eternity into the void of the little … Read More