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CARDIAC CANUCKS [Game 3: VAN 2, STL 1 (OT)] – Lach Talks Canucks 1

Crappy editing software can’t stop the excitement of three straight come from behind victories!

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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 […]

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The Comeback Kids [Game 2: VAN 4, CAR 3 (OT)] – Lach Talks Canucks 1

Never fall asleep on the Vancouver Canucks.

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FIRST! [Game 1, VAN 2, CGY 1 (SO)] – Lach Talks Canucks 1

My first recap video, for the first Canucks win, in the first game of the season. Enjoy!

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Why the 2016-17 Canucks season is going to be great

For most Vancouver Canucks fans, the 2016-17 season is expected to be an excruciatingly long and rough campaign. Despite all the last place predictions from fans and media alike, there are still plenty of positives going into this season. Once you’ve finished laughing at that notion, I’ll continue. The Canucks had a relatively quiet offseason, […]

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Canucks defense questions a great problem to have

The NHL regular season starts in just a couple short weeks, and as of now the Canucks remain an odd collective of older veterans, undeveloped prospects, guys whose best days remain in the AHL, and players brought here on a pro tryout contract and a prayer. Believe it or not, the Canucks are close to […]

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Why Bo Horvat should play on Team North America

If the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro haven’t quenched your thirst for international competition, then have no fear; the World Cup is here! No, not that one. The hockey one. The World Cup of Hockey kicks off in Toronto this September, featuring six national teams as well as a European All-Star team and a […]

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Utica goalie log jam will show Canucks philosophy in action

Goaltending controversies are nothing new to the Canucks. What is new is the idea of them happening in the farm system. The starting netminder jobs are completely set in Vancouver. Ryan Miller is entering the final year of his three-year deal, while Jacob Markstrom (as previously noted) has four more seasons with the Canucks ahead. […]

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Markstrom signing solidifies Canucks goalie future

Marky Mark is returning to the Canucky Bunch for four more seasons. Jacob Markstrom will be 30 years old by the time his brand new, 3-year contract extension worth $11 million with the Vancouver Canucks runs out after the 2019-20 season, and it’s a deal that makes all kinds of sense. With a core full […]