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PostPosted: Tue Oct 21, 2014 8:52 pm
 


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glad that's done


Amen to that bro......No matter how you look at it, tonight was a night the Canucks should have just stayed home and forfeited the game. The score, 6-3 Dallas doesn't even tell the real story, with their first goal actually being an own goal by the Canucks with Burrows being the last to touch the puck, the third goal, Miller had absolutely no chance with Tanev sharing the net with him when the shot was taken. The 2nd goal of the 2nd period, Dallas' 5th of the night was a fluke off the knob of Miller's stick. Now, if you add in Henrick's disallowed goal early in the 3rd period it shows a totally different game, which the Canucks should have won by a score of 4-3. Add in the fact the Canucks outdid the Stars in every category aside from faceoffs won and outshot them 46-28 just shows that the almighty Hockey Gods were not smiling down on the boys tonight.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 22, 2014 2:12 am
 


That was ugly... but on the plus side, the Habs won. [cheer]


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 22, 2014 7:56 am
 


Nasty game.

The only good that could have come out of it is if I had picked any Dallas players in my hockey pool... but I didn't :(

So double damn. :lol:


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 23, 2014 3:24 pm
 


Vancouver at St Louis

The Vancouver Canucks look to snap a two-game losing streak tonight when they take on the St. Louis Blues in the second game of their three-game road swing.

Ryan Miller might not necessarily have had this game circled on his calendar when the season began but he has had a lot of time to look forward to it. In fact, he had a little more time than he anticipated after being yanked from the net just over a minute into the second period of Tuesday's 6-3 loss to the Stars after he allowed five goals on just 13 shots faced. Miller will hope to rebound with a much better performance when he leads his new team back to his former temporary stomping grounds. Although an official announcement was not made, the early indications after yesterday's optional practice suggested that Miller would get the call for tonight's tilt. One thing we know for certain is that Blues goaltender Brian Elliott, who served as Miller's understudy for the latter part of last season, won't be between the pipes for St. Louis. That duty will, instead, fall to 24-year-old rookie Jake Allen as confirmed by Blues coach Ken Hitchcock.

The Blues have been enjoying or, perhaps more accurately, enduring a three-day break and should be eager to hit the ice tonight to try to erase the memory of a 3-0 blanking at the hands of the Ducks on Sunday. Pegged by many as a Cup contender this season, the Blues have been off to a slow start winning just two of their first five games. They're also missing prized free agent acquisition Paul Stastny after the ex-Avalanche suffered a shoulder injury in a win over the Coyotes last Saturday. Stastny may not be the only player missing from the lineup as the Blues are currently dealing with the flu bug which could lead to some game-time decisions as far as their lineup is concerned. The Blues finished with the third-best record overall in the NHL last season but couldn't find a way to beat the Canucks losing all three head-to-head meetings.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 23, 2014 3:25 pm
 


Hmmmm.....maybe I can watch this one


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 23, 2014 5:11 pm
 


woo higgins for the early lead


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 23, 2014 7:07 pm
 


woot benino restores the lead


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 23, 2014 7:21 pm
 


woohoo ppg vey


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 23, 2014 7:31 pm
 


booyah empty netter hansen

Victory. Nice bounce back from the Dallas fiasco.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 23, 2014 7:58 pm
 


sandorski wrote:
booyah empty netter hansen

Victory. Nice bounce back from the Dallas fiasco.


Is there somewhere online I can stream it? The gf and I don't have cable, and the JRM in Wainwright doesn't have the Canuck's channels, despite having the right channels for every other team in the country.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 23, 2014 9:04 pm
 


A well played game by the boys tonight aside from the number of stupid penalties taken. The major problem with the guys this season would seem to be their lack of success in winning faceoffs. They have been outclassed in nearly every game this season, and we all know how hard it is to score without having control of the puck. Once again the PK was outstanding giving up only one goal on their 5 Pks. With a 4-2 record so far the guys are off to a decent start for the season, lets hope they keep up the good play.

Next game is Tomorrow in Colorado.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 23, 2014 9:41 pm
 


I missed the 1st period and most of the 2nd but what I saw was not too bad...


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Canadian_Mind wrote:
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booyah empty netter hansen

Victory. Nice bounce back from the Dallas fiasco.


Is there somewhere online I can stream it? The gf and I don't have cable, and the JRM in Wainwright doesn't have the Canuck's channels, despite having the right channels for every other team in the country.


Hmm, not sure. I used to watch some streaming on Justintv, years ago now, but don't think it's around anymore.


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 24, 2014 1:58 pm
 


Vancouver at Colorado

The Vancouver Canucks look to close out their three-game road trip on a winning note tonight when they battle the slumping Colorado Avalanche at the Pepsi Center.

Three nights ago when the Canucks began their road trip with a 6-3 thumping at the hands of the Stars, the mood was all doom and gloom surrounding the team. What a difference one win can make. After yesterday's 4-1 victory in St. Louis, the Canucks have an opportunity to collect four out of a possible six points on their road trip provided they come away with a victory over the Avs tonight. Vancouver's win last night was due in large part to a spectacular performance from Ryan Miller, who turned aside 31 of 32 shots including all 15 he faced in the final frame. The Canucks could use a similar effort tonight from their netminder whether it's Miller or Eddie Lack, the latter who is still seeking his first win of the season.

The Avalanche, the defending Central Division champion and guided by reigning Coach of the Year Patrick Roy, came into this season with high expectations after their impressive campaign last year but have started out flat managing just a single victory in seven outings and are currently riding a three-game winless skid. They can take some solace in the fact they managed to collect a single point in their most recent outing – a 4-3 overtime setback at the hands of Roberto Luongo and the Panthers – although moral victories probably feel pretty empty for them at this point. It hasn't helped matters that both the Avs' regular netminders have had to deal with injuries this season although Reto Berra returned in Tuesday's loss to Florida while number one goaltender Semyon Varlamov will be back in the lineup tonight. Varlamov has not played since suffering a groin injury 10 days ago in a game in Toronto. Colorado took two of three meetings against Vancouver last season, including netting a 3-2 overtime win in the lone game played at the Pepsi Center back on March 27.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 24, 2014 6:09 pm
 


10 seconds in Hank scores......


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