Canucks sunk by defensive woes, controversial goal in lacklustre effort

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A kick in the crease was followed by a kick in the teeth as the Vancouver Canucks, finally positioned to really dig into the playoff race, opened a six-game homestand with a 4-3 overtime loss to the Arizona Coyotes. The post Mets continue overhaul signing Lowrie, Nationals ink Dozier appeared first onSportsnet.ca .

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