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The Province Nov 22, 2014
Kuzma: Physiotherapist Rick Celebrini’s impact worth celebrating

Kuzma: Physiotherapist Rick Celebrini’s impact worth celebrating

You can talk to Kevin Bieksa about his game, charity ventures, mental-health awareness or a dry sense of humour that keeps his teammates — and even the media — in check. Just don’t talk about injuries.
Nucks Misconduct Nov 16, 2014

Canucks Re-Assign Jensen/Sanguinetti + More Nucks News

The Canucks announced on Saturday that they have reassigned winger Nicklas Jensen and defenceman Bobby Sanguinetti to the Utica Comets. Sanguinetti was called up in case Kevin Bieksa missed Friday's game against the Coyotes game with the flu. Maybe he should have sat that one out and let Bobby play.... Hell we could have used the whole Utica roster in that abomination, hey? The Sun's Iain MacIntyre  wrote a solid piece on Sanguinetti a few days back talking about the d-man's tough road to play in the NHL. Check it out here. An excellent excerpt from that article is a quote from GM Jim...

Coach Willie on why Nick Jensen was sent back to Utica

With Zack Kassian over his knee injury and ready to return to Wednesday in Edmonton, the Canucks returned 2011 first-round pick Nick Jensen to the AHL’s Utica Comets on Saturday. Defenceman Bobby Sanguinetti, called up Thursday as insurance in case an under-the-weather Kevin Bieksa wasn’t ready joined Jensen on the flight. Here’s head coach Willie Desjardins explaining why Jensen was sent down: “It’s tough for a young guy. He played pretty well. Was he our ...
Rotoworld Nov 12, 2014

Kevin Bieksa nets his first goal of 2014-15 - Kevin Bieksa (D) Vancouver Canucks

Kevin Bieksa scored a goal in the Canucks' 4-3 overtime win against Ottawa on Tuesday.
The Province Nov 12, 2014
Gallagher: Bieksa's back to his gunslinger ways for Canucks

Gallagher: Bieksa's back to his gunslinger ways for Canucks

The way he had problems moving earlier this season you had to wonder whether Kevin Bieksa would be able to make it to the halfway mark of the NHL schedule before having to take time away from the game to fix his body.Struggling with a shoulder injury, he was moving like an old man — and in a couple of the games he looked as though he might be out there when he should have been getting himself right.
Anaheim Calling Nov 10, 2014
Ducks get Boned in the Shootout 2-1

Ducks get Boned in the Shootout 2-1

Remember when that term was a good thing? Final Score:  Ducks 1, Canucks 2 (SO) With Cam Fowler (lower body) Francois Beauchemin (flu), Ben Lovejoy (hand) and Mark Fistric (lower back) out of the lineup the defense looked pretty ridiculous and something like this: Bryan Allen (!) - Sami Vatanen Hampus Lindholm - Josh Manson Clayton Stoner - Mat Clark First Period Off the opening faceoff Patrick Maroon and Kevin Bieksa squared off and dropped the gloves, it was a quick fight with nothing landing.  The fight harkened back to the 9-1 game from last season where Bieksa was challenging...

Talkin’ Canucks roadies with Jim Jamieson: Why Kevin Bieksa won’t wear a visor and is Nick Bonino for real?

A big road trip. Aren't they all? Well yes, but this is a BIG one. Province Sports Radio asks: Why Kevin Bieksa won't wear a visor and is Nick Bonino for real?
The Province Nov 3, 2014
Malhotra couldn’t convince Bieksa to wear a visor

Malhotra couldn’t convince Bieksa to wear a visor

Kevin Bieksa considered trying to wear a visor in practice after former teammate Manny Malhotra suffered serious eye injury that threatened to end his hockey career when struck by a puck in March of 2011. He told The Province at the time he was getting pressure from his grandparents, his mother and his wife after the gruesome injury to Malhotra’s eye. Even though Malhotra stood before the team at training camp the next fall and gave an impassioned speech encouraging all of his teammates to wear one, the message didn’t get through.
Vancouver Sun Nov 3, 2014
No fracture after Canucks' Kevin Bieksa hit by puck

No fracture after Canucks' Kevin Bieksa hit by puck

Vancouver Canucks defenceman Kevin Bieksa couldn’t dodge the puck, but he did dodge a metaphorical bullet with the news Monday that his eye injury isn’t considered serious. Bieksa, who doesn’t wear a visor, was hit in the right eye with the puck during a first-period scramble in Sunday night’s 3-1 Canucks loss to the Nashville Predators. According to Canucks general manager Jim Benning, there was no fracture of the orbital bone.
The Province Nov 3, 2014
Kevin Bieksa will go on Canucks’ key road trip, but is ‘day to day’ after scary hit by puck

Kevin Bieksa will go on Canucks’ key road trip, but is ‘day to day’ after scary hit by puck

It appears that the apparent eye injury to Canucks defenceman Kevin Bieksa is not as serious as feared when he left the game with the Nashville Predators on Sunday night.

Canucks’ Kevin Bieksa eye injury not serious, listed as day-to-day

Canuck defenceman Kevin Bieksa has apparently dodged serious injury as he travelled to Denver today with the team and is listed as day-to-day with an eye injury. Bieksa was struck in the right eye by a deflected puck at the 13:11 mark of the first period Sunday in the Canucks’ 3-1 loss to Nashville. He left the game and did not return and there were concerns that Bieksa, who doesn’t wear a visor, had suffered ...
The Province Nov 3, 2014
Preds 3 Canucks 1: Predators pounce on tired Canucks team

Preds 3 Canucks 1: Predators pounce on tired Canucks team

The Nashville Predators can skate. Yes, that's right. The Canucks cannot. At least, not in the second game of back-to-backs. It didn't help Vancouver scored on itself. It sure didn't help the Canucks lost Kevin Bieksa. They also lost Tom Sestito.

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