May 18 2011 06:20PM
San Jose Sharks @ Vancouver Canucks
6:00 PM PST
|2.86 (7th)||Goals/Game||2.36 (14th)|
|2.93 (10th)||Goals Against/Game||2.50 (4th)|
|15.4% (10th)||PP||22.5% (5th)|
|82.1% (7th)||PK||84.3% (6th)|
May 18 2011 09:24AM
Aw look. Hanky Panky and Keslord are total besties now. Cuuuuute!
Maybe Daniel will get jealous and score 5 goals to win back his brother's affection.
(Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
Game Day Recon: Western Conference Final Game 2 - Sharks @ Canucks
The Vancouver Canucks look to take a commanding 2-0 series lead tonight as they host the San Jose Sharks in Game 2 of the Western Conference Final.
In Game 1, the Canucks used their most potent weapon to overpower the Sharks in the third period - their team speed.
And they may be bringing more speed for Game 2.
May 17 2011 04:51PM
Glenn Healey demonstrates how to lose one's head, and how to be way, far outside of your crease.
This is a guest post written by Patrick Johnston
Watching the game on Sunday, I found myself doing more than my usual talking-back to HNIC commentators Jim Hughson, Craig Simpson and Glenn Healy. As a matter of course, I'm usually pretty appreciative of the work that commentators do - it's a challenging job, requiring the ability to think on your feet and articulate that thinking clearly and concisely. Generally, it should be expected that their comments aren't always going to be of the highest quality. We all say silly things in our regular lives, so why shouldn't TV analysts be exempt from the odd slip-up? This time, however, I couldn't let these particular comments go by. They struck me as asinine, lazy and totally lacking in preparation, awareness or actual knowledge. Two things stood out, both about critical moments in the game:
May 17 2011 10:24AM
My baby loves the Hanky-Panky! And so do the rest of hs teammates.
Especially when he scored a game-winning goal.
(Photo by Rich Lam/Getty Images)
Game Day Recon: Western Conference Final Game 1 - Sharks @ Canucks
For the seventh consecutive series, the Vancouver Canucks won Game 1 of a playoff series.
The Sharks started out by playing with some carry-over momentum from their Game 7 victory over the Red Wings, but as the game went on, the Sharks began to fade. And the Canucks took over.
May 16 2011 01:07PM
"Just when you thought it was going to be the Coyotes moving back to Winnipeg, turns out it might be the Thrashers relocating instead." - Fleet Admiral Wanye von Gretz IV May 16, 2011.