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It was a brutal Game One performance for Vancouver. You know what that means? Rosterbation time.

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Jake Virtanen #18 of the Vancouver Canucks congratulates teammate Brock Boeser #6 during their NHL game against the Edmonton Oilers at Rogers Arena December 17, 2018 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Vancouver won 4-2.
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Summer hockey, gotta love it.

While the Canucks first meaningful hockey game didn’t go as planned, it’s great to see hockey back regardless.

Here are some of The Quickie podcasts from the last few days, including today’s Quickie on suggested line-up changes for the Canucks.

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3 Line-Up Changes the Canucks Should Consider

You have to believe that Travis Green is going to make some changes prior to

I talk about three line-up changes I would make for Game Two, featuring Tyler Myers, Brock Boeser and of course, Jake Virtanen.