Canucks 4, Avalanche 3: Vancouver battles hard to right the ship

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The Canucks scored first, fell behind in the first and Colorado looked set to blow the doors open. But the Canucks managed to hold on against the high-flying Avalanche

Vancouver Canucks right wing Ilya Mikheyev (65) is congratulated for a goal against the Colorado Avalanche during the first period of an NHL hockey game Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Denver. Photo by Jack Dempsey /AP

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DENVER — The Vancouver Canucks face a long fight to make the 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs, but let it be said that of late they’re not giving up hope.

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Facing the wounded Stanley Cup champions in Denver on Wednesday night, the Canucks battled hard and beat the Colorado Avalanche 4-3

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