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Top 10 Pavel Bure Moments: #8 Bure Scores 60 Goals for the First Time

We are one week away from Pavel Bure becoming just the fourth Canucks player to have his jersey raised to the rafters and we are sitting at #8 in the VanCity Buzz countdown of Pavel’s greatest moments. The first two installments looked at moments from his incredible rookie season: his first game and Pavelmania.  Today we […]

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Top 10 Pavel Bure Moments: #9 Pavelmania

This is the second edition of Rob The Hockey Guy‘s Top 10 Pavel Bure moments on VanCity Buzz. Today, we look back at Pavelmania. Pavel Bure was sensational right from the beginning. He thrilled fans in his first game, despite not registering a point. He put up 60 points in 65 games in his rookie […]

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Counting down the top 10 Pavel Bure moments: #10 Pavel’s first game

On Saturday, November 2nd Pavel Bure will have his number retired before a game against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Rob The Hockey Guy and VanCity Buzz will bring you one moment a day counting down to Pavel’s big night at Rogers Arena. This is the first of a 10-part series celebrating the most exciting player in […]

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Why splitting up the Sedins makes sense

John Tortorella did the unthinkable once again last night in Philadelphia: he split up the Sedins. Just like when he split up the Sedins in Calgary earlier this season, the result was positive. This begs the question: should the Canucks go an extended period of time with the Sedins split up? I say yes. Daniel […]

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Rob’s Thoughts: Cory Schneider and the goaltending soap opera returns to Vancouver

This article was also posted on VanCity Buzz. In the most anticipated Tuesday night Devils-Canucks game in history, Cory Schneider will play his first game against his old team and his old friend Roberto Luongo. It’s been just over three months since the Canucks traded Schneider for the ninth overall pick (Bo Horvat), which elevated […]

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The 10 biggest questions facing the Canucks this season

This article was also posted on VanCity Buzz. The Vancouver Canucks begin the 2013-14 season today and I can’t recall another Canucks season with so many question marks. Nobody really knows what to expect from this group, now three seasons removed from their near-dream season in 2010-11 when they almost won the Stanley Cup.

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Kesler’s Health the Biggest Gut Check for Canuck Fans

Please welcome our newest writer Matt Fisher! You can follow Matt on Twitter at @vancouvermatt While the goaltending soap opera surrounding the Vancouver Canucks received the lion’s share of the press during the off-season, it’s fair to say the Canucks’ fortunes in 2013-14 rest less on Roberto Luongo’s shoulders, than on their second-line centre, Ryan […]

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Gambling on the Canucks by Capper Dan

I’m pleased to introduce our resident sports gambling writer: Capper Dan. I have known Dan for a long time and he will gamble on just about anything. He is also a massive Canucks fan and a voice of authority on the subject of sports gambling. Enjoy! The NHL season is fast approaching and for gamblers […]

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Canucks forward lines appear set for season opener

Steve Lancashire is back again. Follow Steve on Twitter at @lankey22 Now that the last cuts have been made, it appears we are seeing the lineup that will start the year together on October 3rd at the SAP Center in San Jose (SAP stands for Shitty Arena Pseudonym, by the way). While there is some […]

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The Sedin conundrum: how many good years do they have left?

Please welcome yet another new blogger to the RobTheHockeyGuy team, Stu Elmes. Stu is a lifelong Canucks fan from Vancouver but is currently living in Thailand. Today Stu takes an in depth look at what we can expect from Henrik and Daniel Sedin, as they each turned 33 years old yesterday. Living overseas for the […]

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