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“Baertschi is out with post-concussion syndrome, said Coach Green. "This is not a new concussion. He just wasn't feeling right after the Colorado game. He'll probably be out a little bit."”
2019 NHL Trade Deadline Team Needs: Vancouver Canu
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@sportsa · Ice Hockey · 9:01am - 23 Feb 2019

2019 NHL Trade Deadline : Vancouver Canucks

The Vancouver Canucks are surprising everyone by making a push for the playoffs, but with next year as a real target to get in, don't expect them to be big players at the deadline. At the same time, they have the potential to do something. Iain MacIntyre explores their options.
@ErikGudbranson on time in Vancouver

@ErikGudbranson on time in Vancouver

@ErikGudbranson on time in Vancouver: "Honestly, I'm not too proud of it. I don't think I played very well. I worked hard every single day, came to the rink and tried to get it together. I want to thank the #Canucks for the time the spent, taking care of my injuries, and treating me with nothing but respect, and I really enjoyed my time here. I just wish I could have been better."
Carl Soderberg scores shootout winner as Avalanche

‘An Almost Tanner-ific Debut....Almost...’

Carl Soderberg scored in the sixth round of the shootout, Semyon Varlamov came up with big saves all night long and the Colorado Avalanche beat the Vancouver Canucks 3-2 on Wednesday.
How the Canucks can clear clutter, improve depth a
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@sportsa · Ice Hockey · 4:41am - 08 May 2019

How the Canucks can clear clutter, improve depth as they take next step -

It’s counter-intuitive that a team that needs to add key pieces and plans to be aggressive in free agency has too many players. For the Canucks to move ahead, here are the candidates to move out.
How free agency can help improve the Canucks' offe
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@sportsa · Ice Hockey · 11:44pm - 09 May 2019

How free agency can help improve the Canucks' offence in 2019-20 -

As you would expect from an 81-point team that just missed the playoffs for a fourth straight season, there are significant gaps in the Canucks’ lineup. But up front, those gaps are smaller than they were a year ago. Here's what the team needs in 2019-20.