5:35 AM EDT, Thu April 17, 2014
Ottawa Citizen 6 hours ago
Weise scores OT winner, Habs zap Lightning in opener

Weise scores OT winner, Habs zap Lightning in opener

Dale Weise scored his first playoff goal in overtime to lift the Montreal Canadiens over the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-4 on Wednesday in Game 1 of their first-round playoff series.
NHL 6 hours ago
Video: Dale Weise rips it top-shelf for OT winner

Watch: Dale Weise rips it top-shelf for OT winner

Montreal Canadiens forward Dale Weise puts the one-timer to the top corner past Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Anders Lindback to take Game 1 in overtime.

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The Province 6 hours ago
Canucks prospect a key piece in Portland’s playoff push

Canucks prospect a key piece in Portland’s playoff push

Vancouver Canucks defence prospect Anton Cederholm is slated to return to Sweden for his high school graduation in June and hopes to bring along championship hardware to show off. “That’s the goal,” the Portland Winterhawks blue-liner chuckled earlier this week, in the midst of taking a break from preparing for the best-of-seven WHL Western Conference final against the Kelowna Rockets.
The Province 9 hours ago
Garrison will have a second chance to end the second-guessing

Garrison will have a second chance to end the second-guessing

After a sorry season in which the NHL ice surface looked like a minefield to Vancouver Canucks trying to navigate a zone-defence system, Jason Garrison will have even more territory to cover next month. Named to Team Canada’s roster Wednesday for the world championship tournament in Belarus, the blueliner joins teammates Kevin Bieksa and Alex Burrows to chase the title and put distance between themselves and offseason finger-pointing by a hockey-mad populace.
The Province 10 hours ago
The Sedin twins will ultimately decide how old and stale the Canucks really are

The Sedin twins will ultimately decide how old and stale the Canucks really are

When you say the Canucks are too old, too stale and delusional about recapturing 2011, as John Tortorella laid out this week, you are also saying the team is too Sedin. Because at its guts, the Canucks’ core remains the Sedin twins and that will be the case for the foreseeable future.

Canucks prospect Anton Cederholm says Winterhawks playoff run gives Vancouver chance to gauge his talents

  Vancouver Canucks defence prospect Anton Cederholm is slated to return to Sweden for his high school graduation in June and hopes to bring along championship hardware to show off. “That’s the goal,” the Portland Winterhawks blueliner chuckled earlier this …
Vancouver Sun 11 hours ago
2014 NHL Entry Draft's top 10 prospects (Canucks pick 6th)

2014 NHL Entry Draft's top 10 prospects (Canucks pick 6th)

With the Vancouver Canucks set to pick sixth in this summer's NHL Entry Draft, attention now turns to the prospects that Trevor Linden and the new brass will pore over in the buildup to this crucial event.

How Vegas saw the Canucks’ 2013-14 season

If you follow the Vancouver Canucks even passively, you probably know that the past season was one of the Canucks’ great stinkers of the past couple of decades. What’s interesting is to see how Vegas saw the Canucks. So this …
The Province 16 hours ago
Canucks Days of Infamy: Sports heavies weigh in

Canucks Days of Infamy: Sports heavies weigh in

Some of Province Sports' heavyweight Canucks columnists and beat writers weigh in on what they thought were the key moments of the past season.
Puckworld | Vancouver Sun 16 hours ago

Full disclosure: My NHL awards ballot

As a member of the Professional Hockey Writers Association, I have the privilege of voting for several of the NHL’s post-season awards. In the interest of full disclosure, my recently submitted ballot follows: HART:  1. Sidney Crosby, 2. Ryan Getzlaf, 3. Semyon Varlamov, 4. Claude Giroux, 5. Patrice Bergeron NORRIS: 1. Duncan Keith, 2. Shea Weber, 3. Zdeno Chara, 4. Ryan Suter, 5. Drew Doughty CALDER: 1. Nathan MacKinnon, 2. Ondrej Palat, 3. Jacob Trouba, ...
Vancouver Sun Apr 15, 2014
Canucks' Ryan Kesler declares 'hopefully I can stay'

Canucks' Ryan Kesler declares 'hopefully I can stay'

After a sensational week, things were eerily quiet Tuesday around the Vancouver Canucks as new president of hockey operations Trevor Linden continued exit interviews with players.
Vancouver Sun Apr 15, 2014
Canucks fail to move up in draft lottery

Canucks fail to move up in draft lottery

The Vancouver Canucks could not beat very long odds in Tuesday’s NHL draft lottery.
The Province Apr 15, 2014
Tanev a big plus in Canucks’ negative season

Tanev a big plus in Canucks’ negative season

In a season of under-performance that cost the Vancouver Canucks general manager his job and is likely to do the same for the coach, not many players took a step forward. Of a small group that did, the one who stands out is Chris Tanev, who made the seamless transition from third-pairing defenceman to top-pair shutdown D-man in his second full season in the NHL.
The Province Apr 15, 2014
Canucks keep No. 6 pick after draft lottery

Canucks keep No. 6 pick after draft lottery

Vancouver Canucks fans should get set to debate the merits of guys like Brendan Perlini, Nick Ritchie and Jake Virtanen. The Canucks retained the No. 6 selection at the NHL’s draft lottery on Tuesday in Toronto, and wingers Perlini (OHL’s Niagara IceDogs), Ritchie (OHL’s Peterborough Petes) and Virtanen (WHL’s Calgary Hitmen) are among the names that pundits have being selected at that juncture of the draft June 27 in Philadelphia.

Canucks retain No. 6 choice in draft lottery; let talk about Perlini, Ritchie, Virtanen and others begin

Vancouver Canucks fans should get set to debate the merits of guys like Brendan Perlini, Nick Ritchie and Jake Virtanen. The Canucks retain the No. 6 selection at the NHL’s draft lottery on Tuesday in Toronto and wingers Perlini (OHL’s …
The Province Apr 15, 2014
Edler’s season: system of a downturn

Edler’s season: system of a downturn

Alex Edler loves live music. His positive critique of the recent Kings of Leon concert at Rogers Arena is what the Vancouver Canucks defenceman would like to say about his own game: “Strong performance. Great pace. Hard hitting. Lasting impression.”

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    Henrik Sedin

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