Canucks Army GDT #7: Canucks @ Avalanche

Rhys Jessop
October 24 2014 03:39PM

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After a 4-1 win against the flu-ravaged St. Louis Blues last night, the Canucks are back in action this evening as they take on the slumping Colorado Avalanche at 6:00 PM PST. With travel last night, there isn't much to report in terms of Canucks news, and we're not even sure who's going to start in the Vancouver goal at the time of this writing (though it should be Eddie Lack).

Read past the jump for a look at the Canucks and their opponents ahead of tonight's old Northwest Division showdown.

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Cheers and Jeers - Oct. 24th, 2014

Thomas Drance
October 24 2014 01:49PM

Cheers and Jeers

It's Friday, the Canucks have earned a split on their current road trip, and now it's time for: "Cheers and Jeers!"

This regular feature was originally started by Canucks Army forefather Cam Davie during the 2011-12 hockey season. Now that I'm the old hand at this here Canucks hockey blog (that happened... quickly), I figure it's my turn to carry on tradition.

This week, on the other side of the jump, I give some props to Zack Kassian, NHL discipline, and our great country while showing a big thumbs down to the San Jose SharksShorks and Third Line Centre Brad Richardson.

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Comets Militia: Down on the Farm – October 24th, 2014

Josh W
October 24 2014 09:30AM


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Welcome to this week’s Comets Militia where we review all the action from the Utica Comets.  The year is continuing quite well for the Canucks AHL affiliate as they went 2-1 in the last week, and the success looks like it could continue for some time.  Should anything happen to the Canucks that causes lineup changes for the Comets they have capable ECHL depth ready to call on.

Read past the jump for all the latest analysis on the Utica Comets.

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Nation World HQ
October 24 2014 07:00AM

The Canucks adjusted plus/minus, T.J. Brodie signs on the cheap, Oilers are streaking, Yakupov, Draisaitl, Richard Peddie, the Twitter crowd and more in this weeks Roundup.

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Canucks Army Postgame: Miller Time

Rhys Jessop
October 23 2014 10:32PM

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It's no secret that Ryan Miller struggled in St. Louis after he was dealt there last year. It's also no secret than the Canucks goalies have struggled to stop pucks at 5-on-5 this season, entering the night with among the worst 5-on-5 save percentages in the entire NHL. So, while Ryan Miller is a professional and wants to win every night, he had plenty of added motivation to turn in a strong performance against his brief former team.

And Miller certainly fulfilled his end of the bargain, stopping 31 of 32 shots, and all 27 Blues shots at even strength, in a 4-1 Canucks win. Vancouver wasn't a 4-to-1 score better than the Blues tonight, but they weren't 6-to-3 worse than Dallas on Tuesday either. It all evens out in the long run though, and a win in October is the same as a win in April.

Read past the jump for a recap.

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