• Canucks coach says sorry for favouring Sweden over Canada in Olympic final

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Feb 25, 2014
    Vancouver Canucks coach John Tortorella has apologized for favouring Sweden over Canada in the men's Olympic gold-medal hockey game. "I was totally surprised the Canucks were here too." Edler and Sedin played for Sweden in the Games while goaltender Roberto Luongo and Dan Hamhuis were members of the gold-medal-winning Canada squad. "My sole intentand still iswas worrying about the Vancouver Canucks and the players , how good they're feeling," said Tortorella. "As I said when I was hired here, it's an absolute privilege to coach in Canada, and I still feel that," said Tortorella. "I love everything about it. I love the pressure. Louis coach Ken Hitchcock is hoping the second-place Blues , who were represented by nine players in Sochi, can take their game a higher post-Olympic level as they battle the front-running Anaheim Ducks for top spot in the West.
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    • Past and present Canucks surprise students

      VANCOUVER - For a couple of fourth-grade classes, a Tuesday field trip to skate on the outdoor rink at Robson Square in downtown Vancouver was already a nice escape from the classroom. With the sun melting away the last remnants of two days of sno...
      Source: NHL.com
  • Canucks' Henrik Sedin expected to play Wednesday

    Vancouver Canucks center Henrik Sedin is expected to return to the lineup Wednesday when the team plays the St. Louis Blues, according to coach John Tortorella. Sedin missed the Canucks' final two games and eight of the past 10 before the break...
    Source: NHL.com

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