January 16 2015 09:30AM
We are back for another weekly installment of the Utica Comets weekly report, where we review all of the activities in the past seven days down on the farm. We know how much you love to hear all about your favourite farm team, so we have all the details and statistics on how the team as a whole is performing!
Continue past the jump to learn more.
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January 16 2015 07:30AM
Canucks will miss the playoffs, Kessel trade rumors, Flames slowing down, Oilers usual antics, Teemu the Dominator and more in this week's Roundup.
January 15 2015 08:24PM
I said in the pre-game that if there was ever a night for Vancouver's slumping shooters to look good, it was tonight against Ray Emery and the porous Philadelphia Flyers. And boy, they did not disappoint. The Canucks' shooters hammered three goals past the struggling Emery in the first 30 minutes of the game before burying a 4th behind Rob Zepp en route to a clean 4-0 road victory.
Read past the jump for a recap of tonight's bounce-back performance.
January 15 2015 01:24PM
After a disappointing start to their 5-game road trip, the Vancouver Canucks are back in action tonight against the struggling Philadelphia Flyers. It may be the perfect storm for a Canucks team that can't score, as "team defence" isn't exactly a strength of Philadelphia, and starting goalie Steve Mason (who's actually been quite good since being dealt from Columbus) is out with a lower body injury. Regardless, Vancouver will try to bump their scoring slump tonight while holding NHL points leader Jakub Voracek and superstar centre Claude Giroux in check.
Read past the jump for a preview of tonight's match-up.
January 15 2015 09:30AM
Things aren't exactly looking great for the Vancouver Canucks. They're coming off a 5-1 loss to the Nashville Predators, and have been on a slide for the about a month now. Their goal scoring has all but evaporated, leading to concerns that 2014-2015 is following an eerily similar script to the year from hell under John Tortorella. Being the chronic pessimists that we are at Canucks Army, we're just waiting for the inevitable worst-case scenario to happen.
So without further adieu, read past the jump for five reasons why the Canucks will fall out of the playoffs in the second half of the season.