November 07 2014 02:40PM
Courtesy of UticaComets.com
It’s been another week for the Utica Comets as the Canucks farm team has been busy in playing another three games. This week they went 2-0-1 and walked away with 5 of possible 6 as they maintain a grasp as one of the top teams in the AHL.
Read past the jump to get the details on what just went down on the farm.
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November 07 2014 07:30AM
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November 07 2014 12:13AM
The margin for error in the NHL can be so incredibly small at the best of times. Vancouver was .1 of a second away from being slapped in the face with this reality. While San Jose forwards exercised their annual time share on the Canucks defensive zone throughout the night, it wasn't enough to get past a scorching hot Ryan Miller for the equalizer late in the game.
Sometimes it's the result that matters and not the process. Count tonight's victory for the Canucks as one such occasion. Despite being out-shot 36-19, the Canucks were able to exit the SAP Center with a rare victory over the Sharks by a score of 3-2. I'd hardly call this a winning formula long-term, but for tonight it was good enough.
Read past the jump for more.
November 06 2014 01:46PM
For many people, the real NHL season starts today. The Vancouver Canucks play their first games of the year against the real powers of the Pacific Division, all on the road, and all in the span of four short days. Before travelling to Los Angeles to play the Kings and Ducks in back-to-back games on the weekend, they'll be in Northern California tonight to take on the San Jose Sharks.
Read past the jump for a look at tonight's game against San Jose.
November 06 2014 11:30AM
Courtesy of @TheStanchion
Another week gone by, and another week of action for our Canucks prospects. All the leagues are under way and all NCAA schools have been playing real games against other NCAA schools. There's plenty of good news coming out of Kalamazoo, where it is rare you get to be excited about an ECHL player.
Without further ado read past the jump for more!