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Sharpen your scalpels and snap on a pair of rubber gloves: it's time to dissect the Canucks 2013 season on a player-by-player basis. You might want to wear facial protection, this could get messy.
After disappointing playoff performances, the Sedins put on a show in Sweden and lead the home team to their first gold medal since 2006.
In a surprise move that isn't all that surprising, the CBC picked up Leafs/Bruins and Senators/Canadiens, leaving Canucks/Sharks for TSN.
With just 2 weeks left to go in the regular season, what do the numbers say about how do the Canucks stack up against the rest of the field?
Taking a look at the Canucks individual and team PDO numbers for the season to see who's rolling and who's due for a breakout.
A look at the Vancouver Canucks possession data over a tough slog of 5 games in 7 nights and a whole bunch of injuries.
Recapping the major stories from the past week of Canucks hockey: trying to make a bold move in a non-existant trade market.
The stats say the Vancouver Canucks are one of the best puck possession teams in the league, but something's missing. What are advanced stats like Corsi and Fenwick not telling us?
Analyzing the major storylines and key players from the week in Canucks hockey. A lack of results, a terrible power-play, and questionable coaching have the Canucks falling down the standings.
Recapping the major storylines and key players in Canucks hockey: another injury to Ryan Kesler, finding the perfect defensive pairings, and rekindling the Roberto Luongo trade rumours.
Vancouver's goalies are coming back to earth after a hot start. Plus, how the NHL's realignment plan effects the Canucks, and the rest of the storylines from the past week.
An emotional week in Canucks hockey, as Henrik Sedin overtakes Markus Naslund for the franchise scoring lead, Ryan Kesler returns from injury, and Manny Malhotra is forced to the sidelines.
There's bound to be a lot of debate on who should be named to Canada's 2014 Olympic team, but there needn't be much when it comes to the goaltenders.
Roberto Luongo on After Hours, the first NHL goals for Chris Tanev and Jordan Schroeder, and the rest of the storylines from the week that was in Canucks hockey.
The Canucks enter a crucial part of their schedule after an emotional letdown against the Blackhawks, with Roberto Luongo front and centre as usual.
It was a week of redemption for Cory Schneider, Mason Raymond, Keith Ballard, and the rest of the Canucks as they try to keep winning without Ryan Kesler or David Booth.
Analyzing the major storylines and key players from the week in Canucks hockey: the goalie battle between Roberto Luongo and Cory Schneider, the injuries to Ryan Kesler and David Booth, and the new-look defence.
Maybe the most important cog in Vancouver's blue and green machine, Ryan Kesler has developed into the type of player every team covets.
A mad scramble of rumours and hearsay, today will likely go down as a turning point in the Roberto Luongo saga.
A retrospective on one of the most one-sided trades in NHL history and the player who created the term "power forward".
As the NHL lockout remains stuck in neutral, the league is playing a dangerous game with the only thing it still has going for it: a small group of fiercely loyal fans.
While never the most talented player on the ice, Harold Snepsts was the most beloved blue-collar blueliner to ever suit up for the Vancouver Canucks, and is the living embodiment of the idea that hard work can take you anywhere.
Mattias Ohlund was remarkably consistent for 11 seasons with the Vancouver Canucks, and is the franchise leader in goals and points from a defenseman. Now in the twilight of his career, Ohlund faces the possibility of never being able to play again.
Patrik Sundstrom was one of the most talented players to suit up for the Vancouver Canucks in the 1980s, and was the NHL's original Swedish twin. However, playing for mediocre teams during a forgettable era has dampened his legacy.
Roberto Luongo was brought to the Vancouver Canucks as their greatest hope for a Stanley Cup, but things didn't exactly work out. Now those hopes rest on the shoulders of Cory Schneider, who remains unproven as a starter in the NHL.
I woke up on the morning of June 15, 2011 to one thought: In 12 hours, I might watch my team win the Cup. Now, here I sit 12 months later, still thinking about how they lost it. A lot has...
Who's this guy? Alexander Edler Position: D Shoots: Left Height: 6-4 Weight: 215 lbs. Born: April 21, 1986 in Ostersund, Sweden Drafted by the Vancouver Canucks in the 3st round (91st overall)...
It's been almost 8 days since our team was eliminated from the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Understandably, we all needed a bit of time to step back and process what just happened. Most Presidents'...
Well, that's all she wrote...unless you're an actual writer, in which case it's time to break out the scalpel and magnifying glass and start dissecting the still-warm carcass of the Vancouver...