Pure Gold! Torts press conference after Coyotes

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AM Canucks entertainment Post-game coverage of the Canucks 6-1 pre-season win over the Phoenix Coyotes. Sure sounds like Torts like hos Mike Santorelli is playing. Santorelli on his goal, strong roster push: "My mindset is to just get better every day and I know I keep saying that." #canucks — Ben Kuzma (@benkuzma) September 24, […]

The Vancouver Canucks re-sign Dale Weise

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NWSB Insider & Vancouver Canucks fresh new blogger J.D. Burke weighs in today with the news of the re-signing of David Weise by the Vancouver Canucks. At a whopping $750,000 a year, the Canucks got a bargain size deal on this signing. Sarcasm rules supreme in this piece as J.D. brings the heat on poor David’s skills, but lightens up at the end, just where Weise needs it the most.

Canucks Goalie Cory Schneider signs with Ambri-Piotta of Swiss-A League

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NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Mitch Dyck reports today on the news that has surfaced about netminder Cory Schneider. He is in Switzerland and “ready to go” according to his agent Mike Liut. Early on in the lockout Schneider wasn’t sure about playing overseas and getting used to the larger ice surface, but with no end for the lockout in sight, it was time to make a decision.

The Canucks Roberto Luongo tells CFOX … “It’s time to move on!”

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NWSB Rookie Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Mitch Dyck weighs in today on the latest Canucks news coming out. An interview by Robert Luongo was given today on CFOX radio in Vancouver. Did we learn some juicy details about Luongo or what? His biggest line, At the end of the day I think it’s time to move on, and I’m ok with that. Mitch says Lu will be damn hard to replace.

New Vancouver Canucks d-man Jason Garrison – love ‘em & hate ‘em

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NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger is back inside from laying out in the Victoria sunshine. Teachers and their summers off. He reports on the BIG news this week out of Vancouver that the Canucks have locked defenseman Jason Garrison via free agency from the Florida Panthers. Garrison has less than 3 full years of playing time leading to a fair inexperience factor, but he does bring size with a 6’ 2” frame that packs a solid 220 lbs.

White Rock’s Jason Garrison comes home signs with the Canucks

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NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger The Flying V – Kevin Vanstone weighs in on the 2012 NHL free Agency news on the Canucks signing Jason Garrison. A “late bloomer,” at first glance, Garrison took his time to craft his game from the blue line after playing forward up to the age of 18 when he joined the Nanaimo Clippers. He is expected to play alongside Alex Edler on Vancouver’s second defensive pairing.

Welcome to Vancouver Jason Garrison…acquired via free agency from Florida

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NWSB Managing editor “Q” tells us on the first day of 2012 NHL Free Agency the Vancouver Canucks survived and made it thru losing Sami Salo and Aaron Rome to land Jason Garrison via free agency from the Florida Panthers on Sunday. The 6’2”, 220-pound undrafted defenceman from White Rock BC was signed by the Panthers in 2008 after three seasons with the University of Minnesota Duluth of the WCHA.

Game 5 Los Angeles vs. Vancouver – April 22nd | NHL Highlights

The Flying Plate of Spaghetti says, "Take it off, it's summer time."

Did you miss the Vancouver Canucks vs. LA Kings Sunday night? Jarret Stoll scored 4:27 into overtime, skating onto a loose puck after defenseman Dan Hamhuis was wiped out coming out of his own zone, skating in on a 2-on-1 and snapped a wrist shot over the blocker of Cory Schneider. Good night Vancouver. Jonathan Quick kept the Los Angeles Kings alive. Great save after great save.

Game 4 Vancouver vs. Los Angeles – April 18th | NHL Highlights

The Flying Plate of Spaghetti says, "Take it off, it's summer time."

Did you miss the Vancouver Canucks vs. LA Kings Wednesday night? Daniel Sedin’s return to the lineup gave Vancouver some life as it avoided elimination with a 3-1 victory. The Kings still lead the series 3-1 and can advance by winning Game 5 on Sunday in Vancouver. Defensemen Alexander Edler and Kevin Bieksa scored in the second period.

Game 3 Vancouver vs. Los Angeles – April 15th | NHL Highlights

The Flying Plate of Spaghetti says, "Take it off, it's summer time."

Did you miss the Vancouver Canucks vs. LA Kings Sunday night? Great game for LA. Kings captain Dustin Brown scored his fourth goal of the series in the third period and Jonathan Quick made 41 saves for his second career playoff shutout as the Kings defeated Vancouver, 1-0, in Game 3 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals on Sunday night at Staples Center.

Game 2 Los Angeles vs. Vancouver – April 13th | NHL Highlights

The Flying Plate of Spaghetti says, "Take it off, it's summer time."

Did you miss the LA Kings vs. Vancouver Canucks Friday night? Great game for LA. Jarret Stoll scored a third-period power-play goal, Trevor Lewis scored shortly after another power play late in the final period, and Jonathan Quick made 46 saves for the Kings. Samuel Pahlsson and Jannik Hansen scored for Vancouver and Roberto Luongo finished with 23 saves for the Canucks.

Game 1 Los Angeles vs. Vancouver – April 11th | NHL Highlights

The Flying Plate of Spaghetti says, "Take it off, it's summer time."

Did you miss the LA Kings vs. Vancouver Canucks Wednesday night? Great game for LA. Dustin Penner converted that bounce into the tie-breaking goal with 3:14 left to lift the Kings to a 4-2 victory and a 1-0 lead in their Western Conference Quarterfinal series against the Canucks at Rogers Arena. Canucks defenseman Alexander Edler tied the game at 2-2. It could have been a lot worse if not for Roberto Luongo.

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