Roberto Luongo: The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same

Jonathan Willis
February 05 2011 12:54AM

2010-11 ushered in a lot of changes for Roberto Luongo. Luongo got a new goalie coach, who immediately started making changes to his style. He lost his captaincy. The team put more emphasis on ensuring backup Cory Schneider got into games on a regular basis.

Yet, despite those changes, Luongo’s results remain remarkably similar.

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Let's Dance: Canucks & Blackhawks

Yankee Canuck
February 04 2011 07:09PM

 

Chicago Blackhawks @ Vancouver Canucks

 7:00 PM PST

Hawks   Canucks
27 Wins 33
20 Losses 10
4 OTL 9
3.16 (T-4th) Goals/Game 3.33 (3rd)
2.76 (14th) Goals Against/Game 2.25 (3rd)
25.6% (1st) PP 24% (3rd)
78.9% (25th) PK 84.9% (5th)

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GDR #53 - Blackhawks @ Canucks

Cam Davie
February 04 2011 10:51AM

Photograph by: Ian Lindsay, PNG

Game Day Recon #53 - Blackhawks @ Canucks

The Canucks host the biggest nemesis tonight, as the Blackhawks make their way to Rogers Arena. If the Canucks want to prove they can win in the playoffs and make their way to hoisting Lord Stanley's grail, they need to start by tackling their biggest problem - beating the Blackhawks at home.

For themselves, the fans and the doubting media, they need to check this task off tonight. And in emphatic fashion.

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Hungry Eyes: Canucks & Coyotes

Yankee Canuck
February 02 2011 07:41PM


 

Vancouver Canucks @ Winnipeg Phoenix Coyotes

6:30 PM PST

'Yotes   Canucks
25 Wins 32
18 Losses 10
9 OTL 9
2.88 (10th) Goals/Game 3.28 (3rd)
2.83 (16th) Goals Against/Game 2.29 (3rd)
16.5% (22nd) PP 24.1% (3rd)
79.6% (22nd) PK 84.7% (5th)

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GDR #52 - Canucks @ Coyotes

Cam Davie
February 02 2011 12:07PM

 -- Photo by Rich Lam/Getty Images North America

Game Day Recon #52 - Canucks @ Coyotes

The Canucks braved the elements to get the heck outta Dallas after a gritty win against the Stars. They've made their way to the normally warm Phoenix to play the second half of back-to-back games. So are the Coyotes, who lost last night in San Jose to the Sharks.

So which team is going to have more pep tonight in the desert?

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