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Latest Alain Vigneault Items
Roberto Luongo is not panicking after watching all those pucks go whizzing by him.
Canucks center Manny Malhotra will decide shortly before Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals whether he's ready to return from a career-threatening eye injury to play against the Boston Bruins.
Kevin Bieksa knows he'll probably be without his usual partner in the Vancouver Canucks' top defensive pairing for Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals on Saturday night.
Manny Malhotra returned to practice Friday with the Vancouver Canucks, still hoping to play in the Stanley Cup finals less than three months after a career-threatening eye injury.
When Daniel and Henrik Sedin streak down the ice, exchanging crisp passes in a display of their jaw-dropping offensive creativity, it's easy to forget the Vancouver Canucks were the NHL's best defensive team this season.
The Vancouver Canucks weren't surprised by Boston goalie Tim Thomas' outstanding play in the Stanley Cup finals opener.
The Vancouver Canucks don't understand the big fuss about a little bite.
Although Bruno Mars' skating probably needs work, the Hawaiian singer is upstaging the Stanley Cup finals this week.
Raffi Torres ended an ugly Stanley Cup finals opener with a dramatic flash of beauty for the Vancouver Canucks.