I answered some questions from Richard Durrett from ESPN Dallas and in advance of tonight’s game between our Vancouver Canucks and the Dallas Stars. Q: Which players should Stars fans keep an eye on during Sunday’s game? Maybe there’s a player or two that doesn’t get a lot of press, but could have a solid season? A: Mason Raymond is off to a good start. He’s a speedy winger who, over the summer, has also gained weight and some confidence to get to the net. Another player is Steve Bernier. With Daniel out, Bear will get a chance to play...
Playoff-hungry Blues down Canucks, 4-2 (Iain MacIntyre, Vancouver Sun) Blues get to Canucks in 4-2 loss (Ben Kuzma, Vancouver Province) Kesler good, Burrows better, Henrik best (Gordon McIntyre, Vancouver Province) Canuck is back, but won’t let it ‘Ryp’ yet (Iain MacIntyre, Vancouver Sun) Blues continue playoff push with win over Canucks (Norm Sanders, Belleville News-Democrat) Blues rev up, stay in chase (Jeremy Rutherford, St. Louis Post-Dispatch) This is what you’ve been waiting for (Sam Craig, The Hockey News via Metro News Vancouver) Lessons pile up for Moose college recruit (Tim Campbell, Winnipeg Free Press) Pleasant surprise (Ken Wiebe, Winnipeg Sun)
Coach weathers vicious storm (Jason Botchford, Vancouver Province) Unless injuries strike, Canucks will be quiet at trade deadline (Ben Kuzma, Vancouver Province) Gillis ‘confident’ Canucks will re-sign Sedins (Elliott Pap, Vancouver Sun) Just a hometown boy (Iain MacIntyre, Vancouver Sun) Luongo implores mates to shoot low (Iain MacIntyre, Vancouver Sun) Canucks battle the Habs (Bob Mackin, 24 Hours Vancouver) Canadiens send Price a strong message (Pat Hickey, National Post) Montreal hands reins to backup Halak (Sean Gordon, Globe and Mail) Dezzy makes most of spot with Moose (Gary Lawless, Winnipeg Free Press)