April 25 2015 11:00AM
With the season on the line, the Canucks bounced in Game 5 against the Flames to bring the series to 3-2. The Canucks face elimination again Saturday, and hopefully Monday, so with that in mind I thought I'd take a deeper look at the series thus far and speculate about what might be ahead of us.
April 25 2015 09:00AM
FLAMES LEAD SERIES 3-2
If you missed last game, or maybe your PVR ran out early and um, maybe your house burnt down, there's a Game 6 to play tonight! The Canucks forced their way back into this series and it's about to get good. Vancouver wasn't lights out last game, but they controlled play, won the scoring chance battle, and came out on top.
Not allowing Michael Ferland to put his stamp on that game helped the Canucks play the way that makes them tough to beat. Henrik and Daniel Sedin were impressive, as was Bo Horvat, but the monkey on the back of Nick Bonino was the biggest and it's gone. How sweet it will be to see yet another Game 7 in Vancouver!
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April 24 2015 07:00AM
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April 23 2015 11:47PM
With their season on the line Thursday night, the Canucks came out and controlled the Calgary Flames. Once again, they fell behind early, but as they've done so many times this season, Vancouver battled back and thanks to another banner performance from the Sedin twins, managed to skate away with a 2-1 victory in the fifth game of their first round series.
Although it was a strong effort, it was far from perfect, and the Canucks will need to be even better still if they want to beat Calgary on their home ice in game 6 to once again keep their season alive. Join us after the jump for a recap of Vancouver's huge game 5 win.
April 23 2015 07:46PM
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After a one game absence Vancouver Canucks forward Brad Richardson is expected to play in Tuesday's night's crucial elimination tilt against the Calgary Flames.
The depth centreman, a crucial part of Vancouver's penalty kill, has been in and out of the lineup over the past month with an ankle injury that everyone in the organization has reportedly found "frustrating" (Richardson included).