Whose Record?

Stephen Webb
March 25 2010 12:33PM

Reception in US embassy to mark Independence Day

With Henrik Sedin's 3 point night against the Ducks, Hank is back on a pace that could potentially approach the Canucks single season record (how's that for equivocation).  If he continues along the same lines, he'll end up with 109.702 points, but I'll leave it to Canucks Army's stat specialist Cam Davie to figure out how he picks up the 0.702. Maybe that's the value of a second assist on an empty net goal.

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GDRC - Ducks @ Canucks

Cam Davie
March 24 2010 10:58AM

EDMONTON, AB - MARCH 23: Roberto Luongo #1 of the Vancouver Canucks looks on as the Edmonton Oilers celebrate a second-period goal at Rexall Place on March 23, 2010 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (Photo by Andy Devlin/NHLI via Getty Images)

Can I haz consistency, Bobbeh Lu? (Photo by Andy Devlin/NHLI via Getty Images)

Robert Luongo looks to shake off last night's poor performance in Edmonton as he and the Vancouver Canucks return home as they face the Anaheim Ducks tonight at GM Place. Both teams are looking to rebound from losses, and both teams are playing the second half of back-to-back games.

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Is Kyle All Well And Good For Vancouver

James C Edgington
March 23 2010 03:57PM


Now that Ryan Kesler has been awarded a contract extension, the position of first and second line center will be filled for at least the next six years. So what about the role of third line centre, who could be the best candidate for that job? Kyle Wellwood currently fills that spot.

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GDRC - Canucks @ Oilers

Cam Davie
March 23 2010 09:53AM


Edmonton Oilers v Vancouver Canucks

The Vancouver Canucks are on a one-game road trip. And it's close by. Not quite the Olympic travel schedule they had for two months, so I'm sure the Canucks will take it. Vancouver is in Edmonton to take on the draft lottery-leading Oilers tonight at Rexall Place. The Oilers, long out of the playoff race, are on a two-game winning streak and have beat two of the hottest teams in the league.

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The Art of The Deal

Stephen Webb
March 22 2010 12:45PM

Ottawa Senators vs Vancouver Canucks

It's been said that the best kind of deals leave both sides unhappy in the end and I guess this can be applied to the Ryan Kesler signing. The Canucks most definitely wanted him to sign for less (what team wouldn't), somewhere in the $4 million range. Ryan Kesler (and his agent) probably wanted to hit the proverbial home run and get a contract approaching $6 million per season. The fans, of course side with the former, not out of any disrespect to Kesler, but merely remembering Kesler hinting at some kind of home town discount (a la Burrows) and dreaming of using any saved money to get one of those shiny, new unrestricted free agents on July 1st.

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