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Tempers flared at the Canucks' training camp.

Published September 23, 2023 at 11:27 PM
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It's not uncommon during NHL training camps for players to lose their cool when competing against their teammates, especially newcomers facing off against veterans who have been with the organization for a few years.

Occasionally, clashes in energy can lead to scrums or even fights.
This situation unfolded with the Vancouver Canucks, a West Coast Canadian team notorious for making some of the worst mangament decisions in the NHL.

During their training camp, two of their players were caught in a heated argument, seemingly on the brink of a physical altercation.




In the midst of the scuffle, Dakota Joshua, a second-year Vancouver Canuck drafted by the Maple Leafs in the fifth round of the 2014 entry draft, lost his temper and confronted NHL veteran Conor Garland. As tempers flared, several Canucks players intervened, diffusing the impending fight.

The Canucks' performance for the upcoming season remains uncertain, but if this incident is any indication, it may not be an enjoyable season for many Canucks fans.
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