January 28 2011 11:25AM
Like a bat out of hell, the Canucks ran all over the Stars earlier this week, tuning them to the sweet delight of a 7-1 score. Alex Burrows, Mikael Samuelsson, Mason Raymond and Dan Hamhuis all dropped scoring-drought monkeys off their backs and helped chase Lehtonen in a PIM-filled contest.
All things considered, you'd think the Canucks would be rather dominant in respect to their scoring chances in such a game right? Think again.
January 27 2011 12:06PM
Ladies and gentlemen, we have an Edler down!
The Vancouver Canucks announced today that Alex Edler will be out indefinitely and will immediately undergo microdiscectomy surgery.
YIKES. The Canucks depth on defense is facing its toughest challenge. Ever.
January 26 2011 07:33PM
Nashville Predators @ Vancouver Canucks
7:00 PM PST
|2.59 (23rd)||Goals/Game||3.29 (3rd)|
|2.35 (T-3rd)||Goals Against/Game||2.35 (T-3rd)|
|14.2% (27th)||PP||23.9% (3rd)|
|84.9% (4th)||PK||83.9% (T-7th)|
January 26 2011 11:34AM
Former gold-medal Olympic teammates square off again. -- AP Photo.
Game Day Recon #50 - Predators @ Canucks
The Canucks shook off a scoring slump in a big way, as they trounced the Stars 7-1 on Monday. More importantly, the win saw Mikael Samuelsson, Mason Raymond, Alex Burrows and Dan Hamhuis all hit the goal column again.
Can the Canucks keep the momentum going for one more game before entering the All-Star break?
January 25 2011 09:19AM
Pie in the face. Feels like that a lot of nights, doesn't Mason?
The Vancouver Canucks took care of some business last night, as they laid a 7-1 spanking on the Dallas Stars. More importantly though, last night saw the end come to some serious goal droughts.
But despite the slumpbustin', three players are still under a lot of scrutiny. Well, it's my scrutiny, but still...