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Zack Kassian, Vancouver Canucks, scores the game-winning goal against the Anaheim Ducks. (Photo credit: NHL.com) 1

The Game According to Twitter: Canucks 2 vs. Ducks 1

Did you hear the subtle sound of quacks downtown today? The Anaheim Ducks are in town! Lizz Moffat recaps the game in your tweets.

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Shawn Matthias, Vancouver Canucks (Photo credit: NHL.com)

The Game According to Twitter: Canucks 5 vs. Bruins 2

The 2011 Stanley Cup Finals were 4 years ago, but no one is over it. Time to play that 8th game playoff game… again. Victoria Pattison-Denault recaps the game in your tweets.

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Performance of the Week: Zack Kassian’s Redemption

I’ll be the first to admit I’ve struggled to stay on board the Zack Kassian bandwagon. I don’t even consider myself on it, but I know when to give credit when credit is due.

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Zack Kassian of the Vancouver Canucks gets a headshot from Andrew Ference of the Edmonton Oilers. (Photo credit: thescore.com)

You Be The Judge: Should Andrew Ference be suspended?

While the hit wasn’t late like Burrows, it’s clear that Ference leaves his feet, elevates his shoulders, and hits Kassian in the head. If Burrows got 3 games for his hit, you be the judge, should Ference be suspended?

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The Game According to Twitter: Canucks 3 at Stars 6

After the Tampa Bay Lightning shattered dreams of an 82-0 season, the Canucks begin a three-game road trip in Dallas against the Stars. Lizz Moffat recaps the game in your tweets.

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The Game According to Twitter: Canucks 4 at Flames 2

The NHL is back, and so is #TGATT. The Canucks start their season on the road in Calgary with a new coach, a revamped roster and some renewed optimism.

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CHB Hands Out 2013/2014 Canucks Season Awards

CHB Hands Out 2013/2014 Canucks Season Awards

It’s been a memorable season, though mostly for the wrong reasons. Last night, the Canucks handed out their awards; today, it’s our turn to handpick some of the best of the best and the worst of the worst of the 2013/2014 Canucks season. ***** Manny Malhotra Award for Most Underappreciated Forward (presented by Clay) Winner: Mike Santorelli It’s no coincidence that the Canucks’ woes started at around the same time that Mike Santorelli went down thanks to Martin Hanzal of the Phoenix Coyotes. Up until that point, Santorelli was enjoying a career year with 28 points in 49 games, including...

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The Game According to Twitter: Canucks 1 vs. Ducks 5

The Game According to Twitter: Canucks 1 vs. Ducks 5

Just when you thought the Canucks were kinda, sorta looking like they at least gave two shits about the rest of the season, they pulled off another stinker last night. With their 5-1 loss to the Ducks – combined with the Wild and the Stars’ wins – the Canucks are now 5 points back of the final wild card playoff spot, with only 6 games to go. Hello darkness my old friend, I've come to talk with you again… #Canucks #TGATT — Chris Golden (@lyteforce) March 30, 2014 Like this:Like Loading…

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The Game According to Twitter: Canucks 2 at Avalanche 3 (OT)

The Game According to Twitter: Canucks 2 at Avalanche 3 (OT)

And we were so optimistic after last night’s game, eh? But now, after the Canucks’ 3-2 OT loss to the Colorado Avalanche, and the Phoenix Coyotes’ win over the New Jersey Devils, those slim playoff hopes we’re all clinging to are getting even slimmer. The Coyotes need 9 points in their last 8 games, the Minnesota Wild need 8 points in their last 8 games, and the Canucks’ season will come to a merciful end. So long playoffs! Damnitalltohell. #Canucks #TGATT — Victoria Denault (@concretefluff) March 28, 2014 Like this:Like Loading…

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CHB Countdown: Top 5 Canucks Power Forwards

Step 1: Draft hulking forward with average skating ability but flashes of offensive upside. Step 2: Thrust player into spotlight using unfair comparisons and unrealistic expectations. Step 3: Criticize said player’s slow development despite young age and minimal professional experience. Step 4: After a few years of disappointment, give player chance on second line or better because of a cavalcade of injuries. Step 5: Take credit for supposed 3-year plan when player succeeds. And so goes the tale of the power forward – a much sought after, but rare commodity in the modern era of the NHL. These types of players often take...

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