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Tuesday's practice saw some new forward lines for the Canucks

Published November 22, 2022 at 6:45 PM
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The Vancouver Canucks dropped their latest matchup 5-4 to the Vegas Golden Knight on Monday, and even though they won the games prior, the club is 4-5-1 in their last 10.

The team has felt some scrutiny from the fans, and veteran Luke Schenn even spoke out and stated that the players themselves need to be better.

At Tuesday's practice, head coach Bruce Boudreau had some new forward lines from top to bottom. Most notable are Nils Hoglander back in and Vasily Podkolzin being demoted to the fourth line.

The only line that's the same from Monday's game is the line of Andrei Kuzmenko, Elias Pettersson and Ilya Mikheyev, and deservedly so (all defensive pairs stayed the same).


Miller-Horvat-Hoglander
Kuzmenko-Pettersson-Mikheyev
Garland-Lazar-Boeser
Joshua-Åman-Podkolzin

Hughes-Schenn
OEL-Bear
Stillman-Myers

The extras were Sheldon Dries, Kyle Burroughs, Jack Rathbone and Travis Dermott (non-contact).
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Tuesday's practice saw some new forward lines for the Canucks

Which line is your favourite?

1st line5718.3 %
2nd line20365.1 %
3rd line309.6 %
4th line227.1 %
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