GDR #62 - Blues @ Canucks

Cam Davie
February 24 2011 11:25AM

Canucks are looking to even up the season series tonight. And also punch the Blues. (Photo -

Game Day Recon #62 - Blues @ Canucks

The Blues bring two new teammates into town, both of whom are no strangers to the Vancouver Canucks. When Chris Stewart and Kevin Shattenkirk played for the Avs, they saw a lot of the Canucks, probably a little too much. So now they'll hope they're on the winning side of the scoresheet against the Canucks for once this season.

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The Raymond Misconception

Thomas Drance
February 23 2011 02:48PM

Photo (Nick Didlick/Getty Images)

As expectations surrounding the Vancouver Canucks have skyrocketed the past couple of years - fans have developed a tendency to deal with defeat by blaming individual players for team performance. Mitchell and Luongo were the goats after the 09 Blackhawks loss, and Bieksa took a lot of flack all summer for the most recent loss to Chicago. In both cases – I'd suggest to you that the consensus view was unfair.

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Easier On The Eye: Canucks & Canadiens

Yankee Canuck
February 22 2011 08:20PM


Montreal Canadiens @ Vancouver Canucks

 7:00 PM PST

Habs   Canucks
31 Wins 38
22 Losses 13
7 OTL 9
2.53 (26th) Goals/Game 3.33 (1st)
2.52 (9th) Goals Against/Game 2.28 (1st)
18.9% (9th) PP 25% (1st)
84.2% (7th) PK 85.5% (4th)

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GDR #61 - Canadiens @ Canucks

Cam Davie
February 22 2011 12:08PM

Let's do this! (Photo - Reuters)

Game Day Recon #61 - Canadiens @ Canucks

THE CAVALRY IS COMING!!! RELIEF IS ON ITS WAY!! The Canucks get a double-dose of great news with 22 games to play. As the Canucks host the ever-popular Habs tonight, we learn that both Dan Hamhuis and Keith Ballard will return to the Canucks lineup.

While the rookie defensemen held their own during the Canucks injury woes on the blueline, Canucks brass have to be breathing a little easier as their two big off-season acquisitions come back.

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Vancouver Sports Radio is Going to Change

Cam Davie
February 21 2011 12:19PM

Sports radio in Canada is changing. Quickly.

Rogers Sportsnet and TSN have both added branded radio stations to their media conglomerates in Toronto. The landscape of Toronto sports radio has changed, and if you're a sports fans, then those changes are all for the good. More reliable, trusted content bridged across a variety of different forms of media.

So the question for Vancouver sports fans - when is Vancouver next on the docket?

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