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Rotoworld Oct 18, 2014

Kevin Bieksa replaces Edler on first pp - Kevin Bieksa (D) Vancouver Canucks

Kevin Bieksa has replaced Alexander Edler on the first power play.
Vancouver Sun Oct 8, 2014
Bieksa bounces back, but unsure if he’ll play

Bieksa bounces back, but unsure if he’ll play

Vancouver Canucks defenceman Kevin Bieksa emerged from the team’s infirmary Tuesday and made it through a full practice, indicating he is close to playing again. Perhaps even as soon as Wednesday’s National Hockey League curtain-raiser in Calgary.
The Province Oct 7, 2014
Jamieson: Bieksa eager to get the Canucks season rolling

Jamieson: Bieksa eager to get the Canucks season rolling

Kevin Bieksa will travel with the Canucks to Calgary for Wednesday’s NHL season opener. He’s hedging his bets on playing after sitting out the last five days with a suspected shoulder injury, but you can easily connect the dots if you know the veteran D-man at all.

Bieksa returns to practice, says he’s a game-time decision for opener in Calgary

Kevin Bieksa will travel with the Canucks to Calgary for Wednesday’s NHL season opener. He’s hedging his bets on playing after sitting out the last five days with a suspected shoulder injury, but you can easily connect the dots if …
Vancouver Sun Oct 7, 2014
Canucks’ Bieksa travelling to Calgary, will be game-time decision

Canucks’ Bieksa travelling to Calgary, will be game-time decision

Vancouver Canucks defenceman Kevin Bieksa, injured last Thursday in Edmonton, participated in the team's full practice Tuesday and will be a game-time decision for Wednesday's curtain-raiser in Calgary.

Flames vs Canucks Recap

The Flames took on the Canucks with a predominantly rookie lineup. After last night's game, the Flames look to get back on track with a rematch against the Canucks. This time the lineups almost look like Adirondack vs Vancouver given the players and the experience on defense. Considering the Canucks had the likes of both the Sedins, Radim Vrbata, Dan Hamhuis, and Kevin Bieksa, the Flames' young guns had one heck of a game on their hands. Luckily, they had Ramo and an impressive outing from Carr to help them out. First Period The Flames got off to a good start in the game with a scoring...
The Province Sep 25, 2014
Gallagher: Canucks wise to add physiotherapist Rick Celebrini as a consultant

Gallagher: Canucks wise to add physiotherapist Rick Celebrini as a consultant

Trevor Linden and his crew made a lot of interesting moves in the off-season in hopes of helping the Vancouver Canucks’ fortunes, but one of the best — which may have slipped under the radar — was bringing in physiotherapist Rick Celebrini as a consultant. Celebrini is tremendously well known already in this city for his work with Steve Nash for many years and more recently with Kevin Bieksa, and of course as a consultant to the Vancouver Whitecaps as well as co-founding Fortius Sports, and his best work often comes without anyone really knowing it’s happening.

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