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The last two seasons have ended in rough ways for the Vancouver Canucks. Two years ago, they finished the regular season with the league’s best overall record, the league’s points leader (Daniel Sedin), and the league’s assists leader (Henrik Sedin). Eventually, they stormed all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals as heavy favorites against the Boston Bruins , but fell in a tough seven game series. It would’ve been the franchise’s first Stanley Cup trophy since entering the league in 1970. It was disappointing to say the least.
Last season the Canucks appeared to have moved past that crushing defeat as they strolled through the regular season with the league’s best record. They entered the playoffs looking like a team on a mission, only to be ousted in five games in the first round by the Los Angeles Kings .
Staying at an Elite Level
There’s something to be said for a team that is clearly the best throughout a regular season, but can’t win the title. Clearly, the Vancouver Canucks are one of the most talented teams in hockey, but it’ll be interesting to see if they can stay at the same level of elite play moving forward. All signs point to them being able to get it done.
Returning to their team are the Sedin brothers and center Ryan Kesler. To bolster an already stout defense, the Canucks acquired defenseman Jason Garrison as a replacement for the lost Sami Salo.
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