Vancouver Canucks

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  • Goals For
    186 GF
  • Goals Against
    239 GA
  • Power Play %
    15.8 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    81.1 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    821 PIM
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    It sounds like Alexander Radulov has matured since his last stint in the NHL

    Alexander Radulov‘s last stint in the NHL ended with him being suspended by the Nashville Predators. Radulov and former teammate Andrei Kostitsyn broke curfew during the team’s second round series against the Coyotes and both were disciplined. The following season, Radulov bolted for the KHL. Since then, things have changed. Radulov, now 30, says he’s more mature. He’s married and has a nine-month-old son. Canadiens GM Marc Bergervin is always looking to add players with “character”. So, the fact that he took a risk on Radulov raised some eyebrows. Bergevin did his homework on Radulov and sought out different opinions on the Russian sniper. CSKA General Manager Sergei Federov was one of the people

  • Prust and BizNasty will attend NHL training camps on PTOs
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    Prust and BizNasty will attend NHL training camps on PTOs

    Brandon Prust and Paul “BizNasty” Bissonnette won’t have NHL contracts heading into the preseason, but they’ll have the opportunity to prove their worth in training camp. Prust has signed a PTO with the Toronto Maple Leafs, while Bissonette has reportedly signed a PTO with the Los Angeles Kings. Last season was a difficult one for Prust. He was traded from Montreal to Vancouver during the summer and he had a hard time latching on with his new team. The 32-year-old suffered an ankle injury in late October and the injury lingered throughout the rest of the season. It’ll be interesting to see if a summer of rehab did the trick. The Canucks placed Prust on waivers in February. When no team claimed

  • Bieksa willing to play ‘whatever role it takes’ to get Ducks back to the Stanley Cup Final
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    Bieksa willing to play ‘whatever role it takes’ to get Ducks back to the Stanley Cup Final

    All day long, PHT has been discussing — and asking — whether the Anaheim Ducks, after another playoff disappointment and the hiring of coach Randy Carlyle, can transform from a strong regular season team into a Stanley Cup finalist. Kevin Bieksa, at the age of 35, would sure like to see that come to fruition. After coming one win shy of hoisting the Stanley Cup with the Vancouver Canucks in 2011, Bieksa has since moved to Anaheim in a trade and now enters his second season for a team that has a strong enough roster to make the playoffs. But the Ducks haven’t been able to take that next step since winning it all in 2007. After an injury late in the regular season, Bieksa recently expressed to