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Canucks Prospect Camp:

The Grouse Grind

Perfection:

Gabriel Landeskog

Perfection:

Gabriel Landeskog

Perfection:

Gabriel Landeskog

Perfection:

Gabriel Landeskog

Perfection: 

Gabriel Landeskog 

Perfection:

Gabriel Landeskog 

The Canucks Prospect Camp: Day 3


Of the players who dressed for the Pittsburgh Penguins Game 7 win in the 2009 Cup final, only 10 remain.
(From left to right ) Kris Letang, Craig Adams, Evgeni Malkin, Chris Kunitz, Matt Cooke, Pascal Dupuis, Sidney Crosby, Brooks Orpik, Tyler Kennedy and Marc-Andre Fleury.

Of the players who dressed for the Pittsburgh Penguins Game 7 win in the 2009 Cup final, only 10 remain.

(From left to right ) Kris Letang, Craig Adams, Evgeni Malkin, Chris Kunitz, Matt Cooke, Pascal Dupuis, Sidney Crosby, Brooks Orpik, Tyler Kennedy and Marc-Andre Fleury.

When Radek Faksa was 11-years-old he left home to pursue a dream. He went to play for the Trinec hockey team, living in a hotel room alone in his native Czech Republic.  He’d get two meals a day to play. It was a tough choice for his then struggling family, but it was the best chance for the young Faksa to have a shot at advancing his hockey career.
"It was hard living alone, but it was great for my future. When I left home I was dreaming of the NHL. It was great to have my family here. It was their first time in the U.S. My mom was proud of me.”

When Radek Faksa was 11-years-old he left home to pursue a dream. He went to play for the Trinec hockey team, living in a hotel room alone in his native Czech Republic.  He’d get two meals a day to play. It was a tough choice for his then struggling family, but it was the best chance for the young Faksa to have a shot at advancing his hockey career.

"It was hard living alone, but it was great for my future. When I left home I was dreaming of the NHL. It was great to have my family here. It was their first time in the U.S. My mom was proud of me.”

Welcome to Vancouver,

Brendan Gaunce

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Skype dates

Skype dates

Jordan Staal

Jordan Staal

Welcome To Vancouver

Welcome To Vancouver