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Canucks Strike Back Fearless

by Staff Writer / Vancouver Canucks

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The Canucks proved they could recover with two consecutive wins; one over Chicago and an overtime defeat vs. division leading Calgary. As a result, the Canucks skated with a fresh outlook this morning and looked pumped to play their only game this season vs. The Toronto Maple Leafs tomorrow night. Ed Jovanovski skated today and looked as if he will be back playing games soon however, it is questionable as to whether he will play tomorrow.

Following the Canucks skate, Pat Quinn sent the Leafs out for their skate, all except for Bryan McCabe who is currently out with a groin injury and will not play in tomorrow night's game. The east meets west rivalry has already started to solidify between both the Canucks and the leafs, and the insider decided to find out what can be expected from tomorrow's game. Check out today's audio clips!

 Audio Clips

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1. Jovanovski talks about how his groin injury will affect him in the Olympic Games.

2. Naslund says the last two wins have given the Canucks a fresh outlook.

3. McCabe hopes he will be back on the ice for Saturday's game.

4. Kilger talks about the challenges that Vancouver brings to the leafs.

5. Kaberle says improving their penalty kill is crucial before playing the Canucks.

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