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What are the NWSB guys saying!?
What are the local guys saying!?
I Watched This Game: Canucks vs Minnesota Wild, December 19th, 2011 – one of the biggest wins of the Canucks season so far. Pass it to Bulis – Daniel Wagner
I Find This Video Odd: Henrik catches Salo’s flying stick – a cool video, but its not as though anyone was surprised that he’s super coordinated. Pass it to Bulis – Harrison Mooney
Michael Buble practises with Vancouver Canucks, rings one off Luongo’s post – to be fair, I’m sure with a few more opportunities he could score on Bobby Lu. Shootouts aren’t exactly his strength. The Province – Ben Kuzma
Not much to choose between Canucks and Red Wings – all we need to do now is model the final step of their success. Vancouver Sun – Elliot Pap
Tuesday’s Numbers: The ever-improving Mason Raymond – a detailed breakdown of Raymond this year and over the past two years. Nucks Misconduct – Cam Charron
Why the Vancouver Canucks Struggles Will Help Them Come Playoff Time – I agree with this article, but only if those struggles eventually lead to a Cup. Bleacher Report – John Bain
What are the National Guys Saying?!
Tuesday Tire Pump: Roberto Luongo – you’d be hard pressed to find Vancouver fans who are confident in his ability to win in the playoffs, but he has been stellar the past seven games. Pro Hockey Talk – Jason Brough
Sedins back in NHL scoring race – no matter what happens with everyone else, these two always manage to perform. Sportsnet
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