The wide-open West?

Jean Lefebvre
November 09 2009 10:04AM

Here's a question for the new week: As we close in on the quarter-pole of the 2009-10 National Hockey League campaign, what Western Conference team scares you? And by scare, we mean what outfit creates genuine spine-chilling, blood-curdling, bowel-evacuating fear?

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GDRC - Canucks @ Stars

Cam Davie
November 06 2009 10:48AM

The Vancouver Canucks travel to Big D tonight as they take on the Dallas Stars in the second half of back-to-back games. Vancouver is coming off a solid total-team effort in beating the Wild 5-2 last night. They look to continue that momentum as they head to Dallas to play the Stars tonight.

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Around the league - Nov 5, 2009

Jason Gregor
November 05 2009 11:11PM

The Carolina Hurricanes are on a ten game losing streak, the longest in the NHL since the St. Louis lost 13 straight from March 16th to April 8th in 2006.

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GDRC - Canucks @ Wild

Cam Davie
November 05 2009 01:08PM

The Vancouver Canucks kick off a five-game road trip in the twin cities tonight as the visit the Minnesota Wild. The Canucks have been playing well lately, winning six of their last eight games. The Wild, meanwhile, haven't played in 5 days after winning back-to-back games.

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Slow clap for the Flames Organization

November 05 2009 12:21PM

Just when this item seems to be getting a little old, more and more information is coming to light about the fateful decision to jump the Calgary Flames and their families to the front of the H1N1 vaccination line up. During a time when thousands of hard-working non-hockey-playing Albertans are waiting in line ups so long that many are expiring of natural causes before they reach the front of the line, the Flames flexed their collective clout and had a special vaccination clinic set up for the private use of the Team and their families.

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