32 Teams In 32 Days: Vancouver Canucks
When little mistakes add up into big mistakes....
In today’s 32 Team look we examine the Vancouver Canucks and when teams keep making little mistakes, turning them into one big mistake.
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Yesterday we look at one of the NHL’s best teams in terms of managing the salary cap and using it to their advantage.
Today we will look at one of the worst.
The Vancouver Canucks have accomplished something especially difficult in the salary cap era.
They are not working on a decade of sustained mediocrity with only three playoff appearances during that stretch and only a single playoff series win. They have done this despite being a team that is consistently near the league’s salary cap, always seems to be facing a salary cap crunch, and has also managed to re-sign its best players to favorable contracts.
How do they always find themselves in this same predicament?
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