I’m looking forward to tonight’s big match-up between the Vancouver Canucks and their nemesis the Chicago Blackhawks for a few reasons. I’m intrigued to see how Roberto Luongo plays against his arch-rivals as the fascinating goaltending saga goes on. I’m eager to see if guys like Zack Kassian and Keith Ballard can keep up their strong play. I’m looking forward to some quality time with my lovely wife Gail (who patiently puts up with my blogging shenanigans). And I wonder if there will be any retribution for Duncan Keith for his dirty hit on Daniel Sedin at the end of...Click here to read more.
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And already things are looking pretty good. At least compared to last night.
Well, five minutes have passed and the #Canucks haven’t dug themselves a 2-0 hole yet.Click here to read more.
Clowe heads back to the box for high-sticking. He has a full out tantrum about it, earning him another, like, a zillion penalties. He’s done for the night.Click here to read more.
J.J. Guerrero goes around the Smylosphere and puts together some Canucks game-day links.Click here to read more.
This past weekend, Clay visited the actors living at the Wave demonstration suite at Surrey’s Central City Shopping Centre (who you can follow on twitter @LiveatWave or Facebook) to check out the space and talk some Canucks hockey. Then, Clay got to meet Canucks’ legend “King” Richard Brodeur. Brodeur talked about his favourite hockey memory, his favourite goalie (you probably won’t be surprised once you hear) and what the Canucks need to do to get back into their playoff series with the Los Angeles Kings.Click here to read more.
Elizabeth Moffat recaps the April 3 game between the Vancouver Canucks and Anaheim Ducks in your tweets.Click here to read more.
In honor of our French-Canadian-pests-supreme-turned-first-line-wingers, today’s CHB PSA is brought to you by Maxim Lapierre and Alex Burrows, who have six points between them since they got bumped up to the first line with Henrik Sedin. Burr and Lappy would like to remind you that being a jerk is only okay on the ice…whenever the referee isn’t looking.Click here to read more.