11:38 PM EST, Fri December 06, 2019
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As injured players return, Canucks send down Nikolay Goldobin

As injured players return, Canucks send down Nikolay Goldobin

Antoine Roussel’s return to the Canucks lineup from ACL surgery couldn’t have gone better. His return coincided with his idol, Alex Burrows, going up into the Ring of Honour. On top of that, he scored the game’s opening goal on his very first shift: it almost seemed scripted. Roussel isn’t the only injured Canuck making his way back into the lineup, however. Jay Beagle, Micheal Ferland, and Brandon Sutter were all back at practice on Friday, taking part in line rushes with the other forwards.
The Canuck Way Dec 2, 2019

Canucks: On Jay Beagle, Olli Juolevi, Markstrom, and more

Episode three of The Canuck Way Podcast is available now! David Quadrelli went solo this week and dove into some hot topics on the Vancouver Canucks, including the importance of Brandon Sutter and Jay Beagle. I was set to make my Canuck Way Podcast debut alongside David Quadrelli, but some technical difficulties mid-recording have sidelined […] Canucks: On Jay Beagle, Olli Juolevi, Markstrom, and more - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Vancouver Courier Nov 18, 2019
Antoine Roussel returns to full contact practice, which is good news for Bo Horvat

Antoine Roussel returns to full contact practice, which is good news for Bo Horvat

The Canucks could use some reinforcements. Brandon Sutter has a groin strain and it’s unclear when he might return. Micheal Ferland has been out since the end of October with a concussion and there’s still no timetable for his return to the lineup. Then there’s Tyler Motte, who has been out since October 25th with a broken foot. Injuries haven’t entirely been the cause of the Canucks’ slide in November, but they haven’t helped. The Canucks could really use some good news on the injury front, and they got some on Monday. Not only did Jay Beagle return to practice after missing...
Vancouver Courier Nov 15, 2019
IWTG: Stars frustrate the Canucks to continue November's woes

IWTG: Stars frustrate the Canucks to continue November's woes

“October extinguished itself in a rush of howling winds and driving rain and November arrived, cold as frozen iron.” That was J.K. Rowling in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, but she may as well have been writing about the 2019-20 Canucks season. October was going so well, then November showed up and extinguished the good times like a candle in a Jack O’Lantern at the end of Halloween. The Canucks have won just two of eight games in November, with a 2-4-2 record. November has taken its toll in injuries, taking two centres out of the lineup in Brandon Sutter and Jay Beagle,...

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