November 04 2011 12:28AM
Photo Credit: Jim Moore/AP Photo
I'm joined post-game by a man who needs no introduction: Jason Botchford. We discussed the Canucks woeful performance in Minnesota at length, and Botchford brought some insight on the team's back-end issue, their reliance on Salo and the struggles of Malhotra, Kesler and Bieksa. We also gushed about Hodgson and engaged in some Weber speculation.
A massive thank you to Botch for coming on the podcast, it was a lot of fun and hopefully we'll get him on to talk some more puck again soon.
November 03 2011 09:29PM
The Canucks sucked tonight, but this picture rules.
Clutterbuck getting hit is great, the fans in the shot are funny, and you can see the puck going the other way to spring a Minnesota four on one. Perfect.
Through 12 games this season, the Canucks have been the picture of inconsistency. While, for the most part, they've played well and been the victims of poor puck luck - tonight was a different story. In tonight's game the Canucks were man-handled in every which way, and lost the game in a 20 minute stretch that began mid-way through the first period and ended mid-way through the second period in which they were out chanced by their division rivals by a tally of 17 to 2. Ouch.
November 03 2011 05:41PM
Welcome everybody to the first ever live chat at CanucksArmy.com. Tonight the Canucks take on the pesky Wild who always bring it when they play the Canucks, even though everyone in Vancouver (and in every NHL city basically) regard their franchise with little more than complete and utter apathy. Should be a boring game, but hopefully we can liven it up!
November 03 2011 02:32PM
Hey November, Canucks fans are stoked to see you.
Headshots are a Canucksarmy feature where we link to the days freshest news, and other assorted Canucks web-goodies. If you've written a blogpost, made a tribute video or birthed a clever .gif into existence - please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sorry about the lack of head-shots posts this week, I've been extraordinarily sick. My personal health aside, let's get to it.
November 03 2011 02:30PM
The Nashville Predators made waves on Thursday by signing Pekka Rinne to a seven year, $49-million contract. It is the largest contract in the history of one of the NHL’s smallest markets, and it instantly establishes Rinne as the cornerstone for the team for most of the next decade.