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Iain MacIntyre

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Vancouver, BC, Canada

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  • The Vancouver Sun
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  • National Post
  • SudburyStar
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Past articles by Iain:

Canucks preparing for Blues' best with chance to advance in Game 6

Trailing the Vancouver Canucks 3-2 in games and facing elimination tonight, St. Louis Blues coach Craig Berube confidently predicted the Blues will force Game 7. Why? Because they’ve done it before. → Read More

Canucks' Bo Horvat showing he's built for playoffs after latest heroics

Vancouver Canucks captain Bo Horvat may play behind Elias Pettersson as the second-line centre, but against the Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues, Horvat is playing ahead of everyone right now. → Read More

Canucks find winning combination by reuniting Lotto Line

It was the reunification of the Lotto Line, but there was nothing lucky about the Vancouver Canucks’ 4-3 playoff win Tuesday against the Minnesota Wild or the dominance of their top forward line. → Read More

Canucks trade history: Trevor Linden deal still bearing fruit 22 years later

The Vancouver Canucks have always traded better than they’ve drafted, so Iain MacIntyre is looking back on some of the most fascinating deals in franchise history. → Read More

Rookie phenoms Hughes, Makar making NHL look easy

Defencemen Quinn Hughes and Cale Makar have made a seamless transition to the NHL. → Read More

Seven most memorable goals in Vancouver Canucks history

From Elias Pettersson's first career goal to Pavel Bure's historical marker in 1994, today we look at the seven most memorable goals in the history of the Vancouver Canucks. → Read More

Five Vancouver Canucks players who left and succeded elsewhere

Here is a look back at five Vancouver Canucks players over the past five decades who left but found success when they moved on or were traded. → Read More

Canucks on brink of familiar collapse after three-straight losses

While this edition of the Vancouver Canucks is exceeding expectations, after three straight losses the club is poised to finish the season in a familiar and disappointing way. → Read More

Canucks cap unforgettable homestand by crushing NHL-best Bruins

Against the league’s best team, the Canucks put forth their greatest offensive explosion on home ice in 24 years. → Read More

Five big Vancouver Canucks storylines to watch for in 2020

What is there to watch out for in the second half of the season for the Vancouver Canucks? Everything. → Read More

Demko's efforts not enough as Flyers outwork tired Canucks

After a solid first period, the Vancouver Canucks were badly out-skated and outplayed by the Philadelphia Flyers, who also would have badly outscored Vancouver, but goalie Thatcher Demko was outstanding. → Read More

Brock Boeser's injury provides early setback to Canucks' 50th anniversary

All the positives surrounding the Vancouver Canucks were paused Tuesday with the news of Brock Boeser undergoing concussion protocol. → Read More

Elias Pettersson looking like elite NHL scorer in Canucks pre-season win

For the Vancouver Canucks, it was hard not to be excited about their 6-4 pre-season win here Monday against the Ottawa Senators. → Read More

Virtanen demoted to final group of skaters open Canucks camp

On the first day of the Vancouver Canucks’ training camp, Jake Virtanen was bumped to the third and last group of skaters on Day 1, but there is a method to Travis Green's madness. → Read More

Unsigned Boeser casts shadow over first day of Canucks camp

The elephant in the Canucks’ room on Thursday wasn’t actually in the room. Brock Boeser is waiting for a new contract in North Dakota, and his absence is casting a shadow over the team's training camp. → Read More

Pettersson feeling quicker, stronger after summer of conditioning

In his first interview since returning to Vancouver ahead of Vancouver Canucks training camp in Victoria, Elias Pettersson looked slightly bigger and more muscular than last season after a summer of conditioning and dieting, and he's thrilled with the results. → Read More

Ferland adds toughness, scoring depth to playoff-hungry Canucks

You may not want Micheal Ferland on your team, but you sure don’t want him on the other one. The Vancouver Canucks became harder to play against with Wednesday’s free-agent signing of Ferland to a four-year, $14-million contract. → Read More

Jim Benning knows stakes are high with Myers and Miller additions

Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning has a lot riding on Tyler Myers. And everything else. And Jim Benning is OK with that. → Read More

Canucks retooling blue line with restricted free agency decisions

One way or another, the Canucks will have a different defence next season, with Ben Hutton's time in Vancouver appearing to be over. → Read More

Canucks make bold J.T. Miller trade, but questions remain on defence

The Vancouver Canucks showed how their priorities are changing, swapping a future first-round pick for J.T. Miller. But while Miller will help shore up a supporting cast of wingers, GM Jim Benning leaves the draft unable to address a need for blueliners. → Read More