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Here are some articles and links for the Canucks for Wednesday.

What are the local guys saying!?

Vancouver Canucks – Why Daniel Sedin Can Repeat as the Art Ross Winner – a good look at the Art Ross race this year and why Daniel has the inside track to defend his success from last year. Bleacher Report – Joel Prosser

Some Things Just Don’t Change – a look at why one blogger is frustrated with the Canucks play last night. Canuck Nation – Rod

Waiting for McSorley – a good article discussing how the Canucks are going to deal with constant cheap shots against the Sedins this season. Canucks Army – Thomas Drance

The Game According to Twitter – a look at the Twitter feed last night during the Canucks game, and some general themes that emerged. I really like this article, its a very cool idea. Canucks Hockey Blog – Elizabeth Moffat

Canucks players and families build a new playground for Edmonds Community School – a heartwarming article.

The Noon Number: 12 – a look at why Aaron Volpatti should not be on the Canucks. Nucks Misconduct – Cam Charron

NHL approach to head-shot crackdown appears hypocritical – an evaluation of the league’s new head shot rules. The Province – Tony Gallagher

What are the National Guys Saying?!

Canucks/Blue Jackets – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – a look at some of the ups and downs of Tuesday nights game. Hockey Buzz – Peter Tessier

Canucks vs. Flyers Preview – The acquisition of Ilya Bryzgalov appears to have solved the Philadelphia Flyers’ goaltending issues of last season. Bryzgalov, though, may face his toughest test yet from the Vancouver Canucks’ Daniel and Henrik Sedin. Philadelphia looks to win its third straight home opener when it faces Vancouver on Wednesday night. – CBS Sportsline

Vancouver Police Were Surprised By Riots (More Pictures) – Vancouver police were caught off guard by the riot that followed Game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals, in part because steps taken ahead of Game 6 to cut off the supply of booze were so successful. –

Power Rankings #9 – Cody Hodgson begins the season as the No. 2 center while Ryan Kesler recovers from hip surgery. – ESPN

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