April 19 2010 11:00AM
You're never gonna score if you put your stick there, Henrik.
The Kings and Canucks are tied at 1 win each in their best-of-seven series, and now head to California to play games 3 and 4 at Staples Center.
James C Edgington
April 15 2010 02:37PM
On Saturday April 10th the Canucks beat the Flames 3-7 in a game that completed the regular season for both teams. After the game GM Place was echoing with the sound of jubilant Canucks fans chanting MVP at the top of their voices, for newly crowned Art Ross Trophy winner Henrik Sedin.
April 15 2010 09:58AM
You can't stop 'em. You can only hope to contain 'em!
The Vancouver Canucks' quest for the Stanley Cup begins tonight as they host the Los Angeles Kings in Game 1 of their first round series tonight at GM Place.
The nervous yet excited energy in the city and around the province is palpable, as Canucks fans cheer on a team some see as more than just a Cup contender, but a threat to win it all.
April 14 2010 10:01AM
Will Roberto Luongo be ready for the playoffs? Will Jonathan Quick be able to handle the pressure? Will the Canucks defence hold up against the quick LA forwards? Will the Canucks forwards dominate puck possession?
Will the upstart Kings provide a first-round upset, or will the Canucks start a long playoff run which many are predicting?
We'll find out Thursday as the Canucks host the Kings in Game 1 of their first-round matchup.
April 13 2010 11:02AM
Yeah, yeah, another Henrik Sedin article. The internet is already awash with them, but hey, let's enjoy this. Who knows when this will happen again? Whether debating his Hart Trophy candidacy or just the shock of of a non Ovechkin/Crosby scoring champ, the Henrik Sedin bandwagon seems to be a tad bit fuller then ever before.
Even out here on the West Coast, we were slow to warm to the magic of the Sedins. The hardest thing to do as a sports fan is admit that you've been wrong. It's embarrassing, so we pathologically try to find ways to justify our original opinion, that may have been jumped to a little too quickly. I have to put myself into the category of people who doubted the Sedins. I always admired there skill and thought they were pretty good, but wondered aloud if they good ever be the number one line on a winning team. I never went so far as to call them the sisters, but I did joke that someone should tell them the net isn't in the corner. They changed a little, the did get better, but that's just excuse making on my part. I was wrong. Everyone should admit it. Many of us were wrong. It feels good try it.