January 05 2011 11:56PM
Three games were played tonight, one in each period. In the first, we saw the Canadian team we had seen throughout the tournament: a powerhouse, offensively capable and much too busy threatening to allow opportunities against. In the second we saw relatively boring hockey, punctuated by the occasional flurry.
Finally, in the third period, we saw either one of the greatest come-from-behind events in tournament history, or one of the greatest collapses.
January 05 2011 08:10PM
Calgary Flames @ Vancouver Canucks
7:00 PM PST
|2.58 T - (19th)||Goals/Game||3.42 (2nd)|
|2.82 (17th)||Goals Against/Game||2.45 (5th)|
|15.3% (25th)||PP||24.8% (2nd)|
|79.4% (23rd)||PK||85% (7th)|
January 05 2011 10:41AM
(March 31, 2008 - Photo by Kim Stallknecht/Getty Images North America)
Game Day Recon #39 - Flames @ Canucks
The Canucks went 3-for-3 on their recent road trip, beating Dallas, Colorado and San Jose. Those teams are 3rd, 5th and 4th respectively in the Western Conference. The Flames are 14th. And not good. And this is the first game back after a very successful road trip.
Does anyone else smell a trap game?
January 05 2011 06:49AM
This is Jordan Eberle scoring one of the most famous goals in the game's history. The timing (perfect) and the degree of difficulty (impossible) add to the appeal of this photo. Tonight in Buffalo, a new chapter will be written.
January 03 2011 07:43PM
Vancouver Canucks @ San Jose Sharks
7:30 PM PST
|2.90 (11th)||Goals/Game||3.40 (2nd)|
|2.74 (13th)||Goals Against/Game||2.43 (6th)|
|23.2% (3rd)||PP||24.7% (2nd)|
|81.9% (12th)||PK||85.5% (3rd)|