June 09 2011 12:06AM
Having been outscored 12-1 in the past two ice hockey matches and now tied in the series at two games apiece. That dead quiet you hear on the West Coast tonight is the shocked silence of hard core Canucks fans and the vacuum of tens of thousands of bandwagon fans who have suddenly disappeared.
June 08 2011 05:20PM
Vancouver Canucks @ Boston Bruins
5:00 PM PST
|3.24 (5th)||Goals/Game||2.62 (10th)|
|2.38 (2nd)||Goals Against/Game||2.67 ( 7th)|
|10.8% (14th)||PP||23.7% (4th)|
|82.3% (6th)||PK||80.0% (9th)|
June 08 2011 02:21PM
"Ok, guys! This is more like it! Let's go do it again."
(Photo by Jeff Vinnick)
Game Day Recon: Stanley Cup Final Game 4 - Canucks @ Bruins
The Vancouver Canucks were absolutely obliterated in Game 3. And so was Nathan Horton. And Aaron Rome is done, as a result. While the Canucks adjust their defense to play without Rome and Hamhuis, that is the least of their problems.
They have to get most aspects of their game back on track. Quickly.
June 07 2011 01:43PM
If a goon puts his fingers in your mouth, that is trespassing and the UN authorizes you to use "any necessary means" to expel the intruder.
(AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Jonathan Hayward))
It's with a heavy-heart that I write this game review. Last night sucked, all around. If you're a Bruins fan, the 7 goal victory probably provides some consolation, but my guess is you'd trade 6 of those goals for a healthy Horton going forward. The writers at Canucksarmy wish Horton a speedy, full recovery and our thoughts are with him, his family and his teammates this afternoon. We've gone on record many times criticizing the NHLs, and the NHLPAs abject failure to protect their players from head-injuries – so despite Rome's harsh punishment, we applaud the league for having the stones to do the right thing in this instance.
June 06 2011 10:41PM
The Vancouver Canucks’ 8-1 loss to Boston was a lopsided affair. I couldn’t remember a worse loss in the Stanley Cup Finals off the top of my head, so I decided to dig to find out how that loss ranked historically.