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Aisha Visram reflects on impact of her NHL moment: 'Representation matters'
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After getting her first shot in the big leagues last Thursday and making some history along the way, athletic trainer Aisha Visram reflected on the weight of her NHL moment and the importance of representation in the hockey world.
How Melissa Caruso is guiding the AHL through its scheduling nightmare
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12 key NHL storylines to watch for in 2022, on and off the ice
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As we leave behind the tumultuous, unpredictable year of 2021, plenty of questions remain on the table for what the hockey world will look like in 2022. Here's a look at our top NHL storylines to watch over the coming 12 months.
Inside Conor Garland’s fearless and endearing approach to the game
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Despite his natural gifts and standout numbers, Conor Garland was doubted at every stage on his path to the NHL. Now, as his Canucks begin to navigate their way out of the dark, the fiery winger is emerging as a leader by doing what he’s done his whole life.
Football, basketball coaches on how McDavid’s skill transcends hockey world
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Breaking down Canucks president Rutherford's biggest moves with Penguins
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The Jim Rutherford era in Vancouver has begun. With the Hall of Famer announced as the Canucks' new president of hockey operations and interim GM, we take a look back at his biggest moves, his wildest misses, and his overall approach to running the show during his Penguins days.
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Jim Benning's best, worst and wildest moves as Vancouver Canucks GM
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After seven years of tumult, the Jim Benning era in Vancouver has come to an end. With the organization turning the page, here’s a look back at the best, worst and wildest moments of Benning’s time leading the Canucks.
Maple Leafs takeaways: Spezza, Campbell help salvage point vs. Wild
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Resilient Maple Leafs proving they're comfortable with uncomfortable wins
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For the third time in the past two-and-a-half weeks, the Maple Leafs turned a third-period deficit into an overtime win. And if the goal is to focus not on November glory but bigger-picture steps forward in May and June, then nights like this one will be key bricks in that path.