Nation World HQ
January 17 2015 07:30AM
Our friends at The Royal Half have created the Pacific War Room… a wrap-up of the past week in the Pacific from some of the
best and brightest bloggers who cover Pacific Division teams. In alphabetical order of the teams in the Pacific Division… we present this week's instalment of Pacific War Room for the 2014-15 NHL Season.
Nation World HQ
January 17 2015 06:00AM
NHL Fantasy Hockey tips from The Nation Network and DailyFaceoff.com. Here’s a quick run through of the best Fantasy Hockey waiver adds, sleepers and buy-low sell-high candidates for the week (Based on 12 team leagues).
January 16 2015 08:18PM
Carolina, committed to the tank: pic.twitter.com/45iHQy2NLs— Wyatt Arndt (@TheStanchion) January 17, 2015
I am back to cover the post-gamer for Canucks Army because of the very inspiring words of dear leader Rhys, "I've asked everyone else - there's literally no one else to do it". But nonetheless, as a power-forward blogger I gave it my 110%, competed hard and watched the game.
Sportsnet's Dan Murphy said the wise words before the game, "The Canucks offence is better with Ryan Miller in net" - I am not quite sure what it means, but it seems to have held true. The Canucks came into Raleigh and faced the Hurricanes tonight; despite being tired from a road back-to-back, and playing Miller again, the Canucks shut out the 'Canes and won 3-0.
Read past the jump to see what went down.
January 16 2015 02:54PM
After disposing of the Flyers 4-0 in the city of brotherly love last night, Vancouver is back in action this afternoon to take on the 28th place Carolina Hurricanes. They'll have some welcome support too, as Dan Hamhuis returns from a two-month absence, skating in his first game back since his injury, and they'll need his steadying presence too in order to take two points away from a suddenly streaking Carolina Hurricanes team.
It's a more dangerous game than the standing make it appear tonight, so read past the jump for a preview.
January 16 2015 11:00AM
Yesterday, we ruffled some feathers by outlining five reasons why the Vancouver Canucks will miss the playoffs in the second half of 2015. Fortunately, it's not all doom and gloom in Canuck nation. Currently sitting 8th in the conference with a game in hand on nearly everyone, Vancouver is well positioned to reach the goals they set out to accomplish at the beginning of the season and be a playoff team in 2014-2015.
Read past the jump for the five best reasons why the Canucks will be a playoff team by the time the regular season is done.