November 05 2009 12:21PM
Just when this item seems to be getting a little old, more and more information is coming to light about the fateful decision to jump the Calgary Flames and their families to the front of the H1N1 vaccination line up. During a time when thousands of hard-working non-hockey-playing Albertans are waiting in line ups so long that many are expiring of natural causes before they reach the front of the line, the Flames flexed their collective clout and had a special vaccination clinic set up for the private use of the Team and their families.
November 03 2009 10:44AM
Memories on the 1994 Stanley Cup Final will be ressurected tonight as the New York Rangers visit the Vancouver Canucks at GM Place tonight. The thoughts of 15 years ago are bittersweet for many Canucks fans. Canucks fans hope the memories of tonight's game are just sweet.
November 01 2009 04:03PM
Funny how the Flames escaped what for them has recently been the gruesome month of October with a fairly health 7-4-1 record and yet there are as many concerns and questions about the hockey club as ever.
Meanwhile, up in Edmonton, illness and a weird pattern of scoring either a lot or not at all has marked a .500-ish start for the Oilers.
And over in Vancouver, all the new space-age dressing-room features in the world hasn’t prevented the spate of injuries that have made the defending division-champion Canucks a very mediocre outfit.
October 30 2009 12:23PM
The Vancouver Canucks escaped from LA with a shoot-out victory last night and head up the 405 to play the Anaheim Ducks in the second half of back-to-back games in Southern California.
The Canucks face a struggling Ducks team, but will have to play much more physically against Anaheim than they did against Los Angeles.
October 29 2009 11:42AM
The Vancouver Canucks play the first of back-to-back games in southern California, as they take on the red-hot Los Angeles Kings.
The Canucks, already hit hard by the injury bug, will be without captain and all-star goaltender Roberto Luongo tonight. Luongo suffered a cracked rib against the Maple Leafs a few games ago, and is finally sitting out of the lineup to let this injury heal.
Can the Canucks keep their heads above water without their most important player?