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informal term for Canadians in general and French Canadians in particular

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The Canucks (21-24-6) came in off a victory over the Avalanche but were 6-14-2 in their previous 22 games.
The president of the Canucks, Trevor Linden, said the key to the success of the festival and the autism network lies in team effort, similar to that of his hockey team.
The Garrison and Kesler trades didn't mean the Canucks were entering a rebuild.
He was fired last month after the Canucks were swept in the first round of the playoffs by San Jose despite having home-ice advantage.
We nearly doubled revenues associated with the digital signage early on, and have since boosted revenues an additional 25 percent," said David Comuzzi, senior director of corporate partnerships for Canucks Sports and Entertainment.
The Canucks and Bruins both came in with 53 points, tied for second most in the NHL.
Rypien appeared in just nine games for the Canucks last season.
Henrik Sedin scored his first point of the finals with a late power-play goal for the Canucks.
The exclusive gala, which raises funds for the Canucks For Kids Fund in support of Canuck Place Children's Hospice and Canucks Autism Network, is a rare opportunity for guests to mingle with Canuck players and coaching staff.
Of the five goals scored in the third period, four belonged to the Canucks, who clearly benefited from a switch of right wings.
It's only appropriate then that the film Crazy Canucks won the Audience Award for Best Feature.
From a Vancouver Canucks hockey game to the top of a totem pole, their search finally ends in the pristine old-growth cathedral of the Clayoquot Sound.
MONTREAL Canadiens and New York Rangers, two of the NHL's glamour teams, are close to play-off elimination after falling to Vancouver Canucks and Philadelphia Flyers.
Gino Odjick was traded by the Canucks to the New York Islanders on March 23.
Other NHL stars featured in the campaign include Rangers forward Jaromir Jagr, Flyers forward Peter Forsberg, Canucks forward Anson Carter and Red Wings defenseman Nicklas Lidstrom, among others.