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Canucks’ Travis Green Tells Sedins That They Weren’t Good Enough Last Season

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Vancouver Canucks head coach Travis Green is getting comfortable in his new gig and that comfort includes not holding back on his opinion of his new roster of players.

That includes Daniel and Henrik Sedin and in Green’s first meeting with the Sedin’s he let them know exactly what he thought of their play last season.

“In our first meeting with Travis Green, he told us we were not good enough last year,” Daniel said in an interview with Sportsnet 650.

“We use that, we like that. He’s honest with you. He’s going to keep us accountable.”

Daniel Sedin registered 15 goals and a career low 44 points in 82 games while Henrik posted 50 points in all 82 games.

“For me and Henrik, we always come in every year not expecting to make the lineup,” Green continued.

“We have to work hard in training camp. We have to come into camp in good shape. We have to be really good in the preseason games. That’s always been our mindset.

“That needs to be the mindset for the young players too.”

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Canucks’ Brandon Sutter Out 4-6 Weeks with Separated Shoulder

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The Vancouver Cancucks will be without forward Brandon Sutter for at least 4-6 weeks due to a separated shoulder that he suffered while crashing into the boards during a penalty kill in the second period of Monday night’s game, according to TSN’s Farhan Lalji.

The initial timeline is a “best case scenario” and it is possible that Sutter could miss more the 4-6 weeks of action.

Sutter has recorded three goals and one assist this season for Vancouver.

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Flames’ Travis Hamonic Suffers Facial Fracture During Fight

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Calgary Flames defenseman Travis Hamonic will be out of action for a bit after he suffered a facial fracture during a fight with Vancouver Canucks defenseman Erik Gudbranson on opening night, the team officially announced on Friday.

In a corresponding move, the Flames called up defenseman Rasmus Anderson from the AHL to fill the empty roster spot.

Hamonic and Gudbranson got into it only 4:22 into the first period.

 

 

 

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Canucks Waive Sam Gagner

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The Vancouver Canucks have waived veteran forward Sam Gagner, the team officially announced on Monday.

Gagner, 29, was entering the second year of a three-year pact he inked with Vancouver a few years back, one that paid him $3.15 million annually.

Gagner had 10 goals and 21 assists for Vancouver during the 2017-2018 season.

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