Iain MacIntyre
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Canucks see their own potential in dominant, high-flying Jets
Iain MacIntyre
It wasn't too long ago that Jets like Mark Scheifele, Patrik Laine and Kyle Connor were more or less at the stage the Canucks’ best young forwards — Bo Horvat, Elias Pettersson and the injured Brock Boeser — are now.
Canucks' Sam Gagner looking to resurrect NHL career once again
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Injuries, absurdly tough schedule catching up to Canucks
Iain MacIntyre
Between key injuries and an absurd schedule, the Vancouver Canucks appear to be collapsing after a fantastic start to the season.
Adam Gaudette finding ways to be useful to Canucks during scoring slump
Iain MacIntyre
Adam Gaudette has yet to score in his young NHL career, but the rookie centre is still finding ways to make himself useful in the Canucks' bottom-six.
In need of spark, Canucks' Bachman turns in nightmare start
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Canucks quarter mark report: How sustainable is this surprising start?
Iain MacIntyre
The Vancouver Canucks have surprised everyone by sitting in a playoff spot one-quarter of the way through their season. But injuries have hit and team's are beginning to focus in on Elias Pettersson more and more, so is this a mirage or can the team keep it up? There has been more good than bad so far.
Canucks undone by sloppy minute in loss to Islanders
Iain MacIntyre
One decent period couldn’t erase one terrible minute for the Vancouver Canucks, who were two periods and three goals short in a 5-2 loss Tuesday to the New York Islanders.
Canucks continue to drop valuable points in standings during road trip
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Canucks Takeaways: Vancouver continues to surprise with ability to score
Iain MacIntyre
The Canucks have an identity they didn’t have a year ago, they’re scoring by committee and are buoyed by a handful of young pros who are still getting better.