The $93 Question – Will Canucks fans show up at BC Place?

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NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks Blogger Ben Lypka is here to plead with the fans of Vancouver. Stay at home when the Heritage Classic roles into BC Place stadium. $93 dollars for poor seating, cold weather and the Ottawa Senators? No thanks says Ben. Here’s a list of what else you can spend your $93 dollars on. Force them to slash prices in the weeks heading into the game and maybe families can see Henrik Sedin or Dale Weise.

Vancouver Canucks: 5 must-see matchups for the 2013/14 season

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NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks Blogger Richard Hodges breaks down the top five matchups of the 2013-14 NHL season for the team. The San Jose Sharks, New Jersey Devils, New York Rangers, Boston Bruins and Ottawa Senators all make the cut. Roberto Luongo and Cory Schneider compete against each other at Rogers Arena. This should be a classic tilt shouldn’t it Nucks fans?

Heritage (not so) Classic coming to Vancouver

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NWSB Insider & Vancouver Canucks fresh new blogger Ben Lypka weighs in today on the news we heard this week about the 2013 Heritage Classic “outdoor” hockey game coming to Vancouver. It will feature the Ottawa Senators vs. Vancouver Canucks from BC Place in Van City. Ben not a fan of this game sarcastically he’ll be checking out the game on TV or waiting for a future Classic where the Canucks renew their harsh rivalry with the Blue Jackets (Samuel Pahlsson – never forget!).

Burning questions regarding Sens vs. Canucks Heritage Classic

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NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks Blogger Richard Hodges brings us five burning questions about the 2014 Heritage Classic between the Canucks and the Ottawa Senators at BC Place. First question is the most obvious one, does this really constitute as an outdoor game? BC Place merely has a retractable roof it is not an outdoor stadium, and what if the weather doesn’t want to play nice, then what? But perhaps the biggest question asked by Richard is why the Sens?

Could Canucks use outdoor game for jersey change?

Could these be part of the new uniform lineup? (canucks.nhl.com)

NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks’ blogger Josh Hall gives you some options should the Canucks choose to debut new uniforms next year at BC Place. Am I suggesting the retirement of the beloved Orca? Perhaps that is the easiest option regardless of its popularity, which is split down the middle. The club added the killer whale to its uniforms back in 1997, two years after Orca Bay Sports and Entertainment was founded.

Canucks Conversations: Josh & Kev’s NHL All-Star Game Fantasy Mock Draft

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It’s always fun when our two insiders sit down for a chat. Two of our Vancouver Canucks bloggers here at NWSB Josh (@vancan19) and Kevin (@flyingVhockey) sat down at their keyboards and had their own 2012 NHL all star game mock draft. Team Daniel Alfredsson vs. Team Zdeno Chara, it should be quite the spectacle. Please pick up your cheese gift basket on your way out the door.

Wednesday Morning Links: Canucks Java

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Josh weighs in with the daily Vancouver Canucks Java. NHL team news for the die hard Nucks fans. Gossip and articles captured on the web for Wednesday. NWSportsBeat.com your source for all Vancouver Canucks hockey talk all the time, plus Canucks blog archives…

Canucks vs. Senators Blog: Love’ Em & Hate’ Em

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Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win over the Ottawa Senators. Other than Don Cherry calling out Ron McLean out for hating Alex Burrows this game looked great after 20 minutes. Then it fizzled out. Ryan Kesler was front and centre in this game with two goals. Nick Foligno and Chris Neil did their best Bruins imitation.

West Coast Express: 5 Reasons to Hate the Ottawa Senators

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It’s 2011 Vancouver Canucks vs. Ottawa Senators (West vs. East) smack talk time. Next up is the Sens, and Richard has 5 reasons he can’t stand their hockey team. It seems strange but the Ottawa Senators don’t usually sell out. The problem is they have no identity. What about their fateful decision to keep Wade Redden over Zdeno Chara. How’s that look now?

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