Canucks: Miller, Hughes place priority on winning in NHL, not Olympic stage

‘It (Olympics) would have been an awesome experience, but it’s also a situation where there’s a lot going on in the world right now. We did it for the safety of the players and their families.’ — Canucks’ J.T. Miller on NHLPA opting out
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