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NHL personality Paul Bissonnette rips Canucks for pitiful performance


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Tom Banks
May 21, 2024  (4:32 PM)
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Vancouver's Nikita Zadorov battles hard for the Canucks.
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The Canucks came into game seven on their home ice looking for a monumental win, but after a poor performance, they've been ripped by former NHLer Paul Bissonnette.

After a solid performance through five games, the Vancouver Canucks simply fell apart in the last two games of their Western Conference Semi-Final matchup wth the Edmonton Oilers. Their performances late in this series just weren't up to scratch, and during the game, former NHLer turned media personality Paul Bissonnette certainly outlined just how bad they've been.
Canucks PP atrocious. Couldn't get any momentum last game either. Had to test Skinner early and have failed in back to back games to do so. I'm feeling good if I'm an Oilers fan. Brown looked like he went to my hockey school on the breakaway christ.

It didn't get better however, as the team went into the third period scoreless, with this follow-up from Biz.
While the team would end up making it a one goal game, their season ended at home with a disappointing 3-2 defeat, with this statistic showing just how bad they were over the last two games.
The last #Canucks goal was at the 9:57 mark in the First Period of Game 6 which was Nils Hoglander goal

129 minutes and 57 seconds since their last goal. Tbh unacceptable for a great Vancouver team

While Vancouver played well all year, they just couldn't find their best when it counted most, and even after the regular season play, it's hard to see this year as a success as they fall to the only Canadian team remaining in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Source: Hockey Latest
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