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Morning Buzz: Canucks and Coyotes collide; games cancelled in Europe; recapping the GM meetings

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It's going to be an abbreviated Buzz this morning, I've got a cold and I need to get to bed! Here are your links, images, bad Photoshops, out-of-context quotes and wild generalities for Thursday, March 15, 2012.


Vancouver Canucks News & Notes

Weird game last night. I thought the new forward lines showed some chemistry and the PowerPlay looked deadly, but another porous defensive effort resulted in 5 goals against and a loss. The Raymond Experiment wasn't a total failure, as the Sedins put up a few points finally. Alex Burrows was incredible with Jannik Hansen.

John Cullen looks at the Canucks week in tweets. [Canucks Army]

Very cool infographic breaking down the Canucks' final 13 (now 12) games of the season:



Why are the Canucks playing poorly lately? Because of YOU. [Legion of Blog]

NHL News & Notes

Jamie McGinn scored with 0.7 seconds left to tie Colorado's game against Buffalo last night. The Avs ended up winning in the shootout, keeping their playoff hopes alive and well. [NHL]

The uncertainty of the upcoming CBA has forced the NHL to cancel next season's games in Europe. [Globe & Mail]

Jesse Spector shares some thoughts on Crosby's return, the Capitals, Ovechkin, Teemu Selanne and Sarah Palin as a hockey fan. [Sporting News]

Hybrid icing has gained quite a bit of traction this week at the GM meetings. The rule is already implemented in the NCAA, and at least one coach thinks it's good for the game. [SBN]

Commissioner Gary recaps the GM meetings. I hope he's wearing at least SPF 40. Gotta be careful!