Looking to forget their rare loss against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night, the Vancouver Canucks play game 6 of their 7-game road trip in Ottawa against the Senators. Jocelyn Aspa recaps the game in your tweets.
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Shawn Matthias didn’t finish last night’s game versus the Toronto Maple Leafs, thanks to an elbow to the head from Leafs defenseman, Stephane Robidas. Personally, this looks like a textbook high hit with an elbow. Robidas leads with his elbow and hits Matthias in the chin area.
Riding high off 3-0 shutout of the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Vancouver Canucks headed to Toronto to face the Leafs, a team they haven’t lost to since 2003. Jocelyn Aspa recaps the game in your tweets.
The Vancouver Canucks continue on their seven-game road trip, taking on Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins. Jocelyn Aspa recaps the game in your tweets.
So, we know the Canucks shut out the Devils 2-0 last Tuesday. It wasn’t the most thrilling game, I think the pre-game ceremony for Pat Quinn took every ounce of emotion out of everyone (and rightfully so, because Pat Quinn, you guys), but the Canucks pulled off the big W — Burrows scored the GWG, but our pal Shawn Matthias scored with just over 5 minutes left in the third to double the score, and guess what that meant.
The Canucks are riding high on a three-game winning streak as they prepare to take on Ryan Miller’s hometown Detroit Red Wings on a wintery Sunday morning game. Lizz Moffat recaps the game in your tweets.
The Canucks began their big seven game road trip with a big 5-0 win against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Friday night. Lizz Moffat recaps the game in your tweets.
The late Pat Quinn was honored, Cory Schneider returned, Ryan Miller shut out the Devils, and Jocelyn Aspa recapped it all in your tweets.
Welcome to this week’s Performance of the Week — the weekly post formerly known as Player of the Week — same general idea, same cool blog, just a slightly different approach. It’s painfully obvious who gets this week’s nod — as if the title wasn’t any indication — but it’s wholeheartedly deserved because it’s not every day you get your first career hat trick, and that’s a cool and neat thing that happened to Jannik Hansen on Sunday night against the Chicago Blackhawks.
A week after Jason Botchford guaranteed a win, Chris and Matt get together to discuss the week that was and whether Botch got some ink. The week that was also cost Dan Hamhuis, the Canucks stalwart on the blueline. In what looks like a long-term injury, the boys but on their armchair GM caps and figure out if the ‘nucks need to find someone to replace him.