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Hockey Eve EXTRAVAGANZA! | January 12, 2021

In this episode: Lach and Cody set up the Canucks’ 2021 season with full predictions, roster and player expectations, discuss the COVID concerns for J.T. Miller and Jordie Benn and how it’ll impact the season opener, Loui Eriksson’s taxi squad demotion and preview Vancouver’s first two games against the Oilers.

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The CreaseCast

UnbALLENced | August 18, 2020

In this episode: Lach is still upset about the refs and the Canucks power play efforts in Game 4, why he’s ran out of patience with Jake Virtanen, how Vancouver can finally solve Jake Allen and does a quick look around the playoffs. Subscribe to the channel! https://bit.ly/CreaseCastYTGet a weekly bonus episode of the CreaseCast and […]

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LITC Blog

Canucks’ Summer Camp Blog: Boeser rumours, Rathbone signs and MacEwen’s big week

Embed from Getty Images After being locked in our houses for approximately a quarter of a century to shield ourselves from pandemics, murder hornets and horrible renditions of John Lennon’s “Imagine”, the world is starting to take its first steps back into its new normalcy. And for 24 NHL teams, that means returning to the […]

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July News Roundup: Trevor Lin-done, Virtanen and other re-signings

I didn’t expect to be bringing this style of article back during the summer, but there’s been a lot of news to go over. When I heard that Trevor Linden was leaving his role as President of Hockey Ops, I had the same reaction as a lot of other people; shocked and confused. The Canucks […]

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The Sunday Crease

The Sun(Mon)day Crease: China, Slashing and Video Games

Editor’s Note: Obviously, the Sunday Crease is meant to go up on Sunday, but due my busy school/work schedule this week I didn’t have time to finish it until today. Please enjoy the After Hours edition of The Sunday Monday Crease. – Lach It’s been a busy week for the Canucks. Four preseason games in four nights […]

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Virtanen incident a great learning moment for Canucks prospects

It’s no secret that Canucks right winger Jake Virtanen likes to play on the edge. Whether it’s at the junior level with the Western Hockey League’s Calgary Hitmen or at the game’s highest level in Vancouver, the six-foot-one sophomore from New Westminster has always walked the line when it comes to the physical side of […]