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They could have been forgiven for doing things differently. In the middle of a terrible season few would have blamed the Vancouver Whitecaps for announcing that their next Designated Player signing was one of those washed up “big” names that do little to benefit the team on the field but does much to raise the profile of [...]

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They could have been forgiven for doing things differently. In the middle of a terrible season few would have blamed the Vancouver Whitecaps for announcing that their next Designated Player signing was one of those washed up “big” names that do little to benefit the team on the field but does much to raise the profile of the team to the casual ticket buyer.

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The Vancouver Whitecaps have signed Gambian striker Mustapha Jarju as club’s second Designated Player – pending his international transfer certificate. Per club policy, terms of the contract were not disclosed

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Over the last two days, we’ve counted down the finest Canuck games of the past season, and it’s been clear that being a Canucks fan yields some absolutely riveting hockey. Some of last year’s games were veritable classics. The season series with Detroit, for instance, yielded nothing but magic. The season series with Dallas was immensely satisfying, too. Even the season series with San Jose had some great games.

Of course, they can’t all be beautiful. The Canucks played some absolute stinkers, too — games that, had we known they would be the athletic equivalent of being maced in the face (by an actual, medieval mace, no less), we would never have watched. Unfortunately, we didn’t know and, therefore, we did watch. From the blowout in Chicago to a divisional season series that never failed to disappoint, here are the five worst games of the 2010-11 regular season.

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