Roberto Luongo throws on his mask in the Vancouver Canucks' new 2013/14 intro video.

Canucks unveil new Rossland-made pre-game video for 2013/14 season

Rossland, B.C.'s Juicy Studios worked with Canucks like White Rock's Jason Garrison, goalie Roberto Luongo and new coach John Tortorella.



The Vancouver Canucks unveiled a new pre-game pump up vid at their home opener on Saturday night, and then went out to rout the Oilers – 6-2 – to open their 2013/14 season.

The video was edited, shot, and created by Rossland, B.C.’s Juicy Studios, and stars a throng of Canucks, including White Rock’s Jason Garrison, goalie Roberto Luongo, and new coach John Tortorella.

The slogan, of course, is “We Are All Canucks”.

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