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Ryan Miller right at home pacing Canucks past Blues
Ryan Miller made 31 saves in his return to St. Louis and the Vancouver Canucks scored three times in the third period to beat the Blues 4-1 on Thursday night. Nick Bonino, Linden Vey and Jannik Hansen all scored in the third period to help the Canucks (4-
Lightning strike down Canucks' perfect run
Steven Stamkos scored two goals and added an assist, and Ben Bishop made 30 saves as the Tampa Bay Lightning beat Vancouver 4-2 on Saturday night and hand the Canucks their first loss of the season.
Lucic apologizes to Bruins, Habs organizations and fans
Boston Bruins forward Milan Lucic spoke to the media on Saturday, and apologized for letting his emotions get the best of him Thursday night. He was fined $5,000 for making an obscene gesture in a game against the rival Montreal Canadiens.
Canucks hand Oilers 5th straight loss
Ryan Miller made 28 saves to record his 30th career shutout as the Vancouver Canucks remained undefeated on the season, getting past the struggling Edmonton Oilers 2-0 on Friday.
Canucks edge Oilers in shootout
Chris Higgins scored the only goal of the shootout Saturday as the Vancouver Canucks defeated the Edmonton Oilers 5-4. Higgins beat Viktor Fasth with a quick shot in the third round before Canucks goalie Ryan Miller stopped Benoit Pouliot on Edmonton's fi
Mason Raymond hat trick leads Flames past Oilers
It didn't take long for Mason Raymond to make an impact with the Calgary Flames. Raymond recorded his third career hat trick as Calgary spoiled the home opener of their provincial rivals, defeating the Edmonton Oilers 5-2 on Thursday.
6 things to watch on NHL opening night
The NHL opens another season Wednesday night, with a pair of all-Canadian matchups involving longtime rivals, the debuts of goalies Ryan Miller and Jonas Hiller with new teams and the raising of the Stanley Cup banner in Los Angeles.
5-year-old basketball player suits up for Utah Jazz
The Utah Jazz made the dreams of a five-year-old boy — and his family — come true on Monday night, signing young JP Gibson to a one-day contract and putting him on the court during the team's open scrimmage.
Are NHL enforcers becoming endangered'
The day has come when fewer than half the NHL's 30 teams will start a season without a heavyweight fighter, or one-dimensional forward. It seems the term "team toughness" is being redefined.
Canucks anthem singer takes spill during O Canada
Many hockey fans know Mark Donnelly for his inspired renditions of O Canada at Vancouver Canucks home games. But the singer provided fans another unforgettable moment, when he tripped over a red carpet while on skates as he sung the national anthem at the
Jordan Staal to miss 3 to 4 months with surgery
Jordan Staal will undergo surgery on his broken right leg and is expected to miss three to four months, the Carolina Hurricanes announced. Staal suffered a fractured fibula during Tuesday night's game at the Buffalo Sabres.
Blue Jays refuse to go quietly, pound Mariners again
Dalton Pompey hit his first major league homer and the Toronto Blue Jays roughed up Felix Hernandez for a career worst-tying eight earned runs in a 10-2 victory over the Mariners that further dented Seattle's fading wild-card chances.
Toronto Blue Jays rout Seattle Mariners 14-4
J.A. Happ pitched seven innings, Danny Valencia drove in three runs with a triple and Jose Bautista, Kevin Pillar and Anthony Gose homered as the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Seattle Mariners 14-4 on Monday.
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