James C Edgington
April 06 2010 01:16PM
The regular season is quickly drawing to a close for the Vancouver Canucks and its faithful fans. When the playoffs begin in just over a week’s time each player will take part in the ultimate battle for Stanley Cup supremacy. Certain members of the team will unfortunately be unnoticed and in years gone by their exploits may even be forgotten, while a chosen few might be responsible for creating a piece of history.
Every team needs its heroes, who could be talented and skilled enough to help the Canucks during the teams hunt for the cherished silverware? Lets take a look at a few possible candidates.
April 06 2010 12:08PM
The M*A*S*H* unit is visiting Vancouver as both the Canucks and Avalanche are dealing with late season injuries to key players. The Canucks hit the ice at GM Place tonight without arguably their best defenseman, Christian Ehrhoff, and one of their best penalty killers in Ryan Johnson. The Avalanche, meanwhile, are without their trade deadline superstar, as Peter Mueller is out with a concussion.
April 02 2010 05:09PM
Luongo after the Kings' game:
"As a team, we should be embarrassed by the way we played. From the first guy, which is me, all the way out to the last guy, it's unacceptable to play this way."
I’ve been saying it ever since it happened, but Luongo shouldn’t have been anointed captain.
April 02 2010 11:26AM
This Duck is aghast at Luongo's play last night. So were we.
The Vancouver Canucks try to rebound from a horrible loss last night as they travel down the highway to Anaheim to face the Ducks tonight at Honda Center.
April 01 2010 01:44PM
Less than two weeks to go until we see Olympic intensity again, and the best part is it will last for two months and involves more than six competitive teams.