Canucks Postgame: Money on, Points off

Jeff Veillette
April 07 2016 10:07PM

The downward spiral continued tonight in Calgary, as the Vancouver Canucks once again fell apart and allowed the Calgary Flames to get on the board not once, but twice, but seven times in a 7-3 routing at Scotiabank Saddledome.

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CANUCKS ARMY GDT# 81 - CANUCKS @ FLAMES (AMBS)

Always90four
April 07 2016 01:00PM

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Well now that the Rexall cluster#$#@ is done, the Canucks can focus their energy on the Flames. Calgary lost to the Kings on Tuesday after the Canucks managed to beat LA the night before, go figure. This will be the first time Hunter Shinkaruk plays against the Canucks since his departure around the deadline - still a stupid move if you ask me.

Auston Matthews Bowl Series continues and another Canucks loss would give them a better percentage going into the last game of the year on Saturday. There will be no Pavel Bure OT magic this time, but they do have Matt Bartkowski!

BROADCAST INFO 

TV: SNET-P

RADIO: TSN 1040

PUCK DROP: 6:00 PM

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Blackfish: Canucks Army Weekly Prospect Report - April 7th, 2016

Ryan Biech
April 07 2016 11:00AM

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The NCAA Frozen Four kicks off today, with the final on Saturday. The Hobey Baker Award will be handed out tomorrow.

Only Kyle Pettit remains alive in the CHL, while Kalamazoo and Utica season's are winding down.

As always, tons to digest in the Canucks prospect world and you can find it all here in this week's Blackfish!

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WWYDW: Andre Pedan, fourth-line forward?

J.D. Burke
April 07 2016 09:00AM

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Welcome to this week's edition of What Would You Do Wednesday, hosted on Thursday. My apologies for the tardy article, but life happens and stuff.

The Vancouver Canucks, down the odd-man up front, have resorted to playing Andrey Pedan as a winger on their fourth line. This isn't the first such move of its kind. Not even the first in Vancouver - John Tortorella pulled the same stunt with Yannick Weber, if memory serves. It does raise some questions about the team's long-term vision for their lumbering Lithuanian defender, though.

I mean, they could just call up another forward. There's three in Utica with NHL experience this season alone - Mike Zalewski, Alex Friesen and Alexandre Grenier. So it's not entirely unfair to wonder if the Canucks experiment with Pedan at forward will last into next season and beyond.

Makes less than no sense to me, or Ryan Biech for that matter. Wanted to hear what our readership's take on the situation is, though. So, how do you feel about Pedan at forward? Would you continue this experiment into next season?

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Canucks Postgame: Tanks for the Memories

Jeff Veillette
April 06 2016 08:43PM

The Vancouver Canucks played hockey tonight, but they were the last subject that the majority of the hockey world cared about. After all, their opponents were the Edmonton Oilers, who were hosting the team in what was the last ever game at Rexall Place. The first time these two faced each other in this arena, they combined for an eight-goal tie. This time? Still eight goals, but the result landed drastically in Edmonton's favour, as the Canucks fell 6-2.

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