And then there were four. Four teams left to battle it out for a shot at Lord Stanley’s Cup. The best in the East this year are the Rangers and the Lightning. The best in the West are the Blackhawks and the Ducks. Did you see this coming? I sort of didn’t. I knew the Rangers would make it but I had them playing the Habs. Shout out to Delia and Clay who predicted Stamkos and Bishop would prevail. I had it right in the West, as did all the CHBers except Ed who was Team Wild. Let’s see who...Click here to read more.
Hat-tip to Nucks Misconduct for tonight’s lineup: Vancouver Canucks Mason Raymond – Ryan Kesler – Mikael Samuelsson Tanner Glass – Kyle Wellwood – Steve Bernier Darcy Hordichuck – Ryan Johnson – Matt Pope (currently blank) – Alexandre Bolduc – Michael Grabner Alexander Edler – Sami Salo Nathan McIver – Kevin Bieksa Brad Lukowich – Evan Oberg Aaron Rome Roberto Luongo – Cory Schneider Anaheim Ducks Josh Brittain – Saku Koivu – Corey Perry Kyle Calder – Andrew Ebbett – Teemu Selanne Ryan Donally -Todd Marchant – George Parros Matt McCue – Logan McMillan – Shawn Weller Scott Niedermayer – Matt...Click here to read more.
Some of you know him from the VanCan Outta The Blue podcasts. In this part of the Canucks blogosphere, he’s simply Josh Hall. Josh is a current contributor to Canucks Corner. Here, he previews tonight’s preseason match-up against the Anaheim Ducks.Click here to read more.
Canucks fans are sitting twiddling their thumbs because of their early ousting of the St. Louis Blues, but it’s time to figure out who the Canucks want to face in the second round and hop on someone else’s bandwagon in the down time. That or we need to convince Gary Bettman to have a mini series with the Bruins while we kill time till the second round. When you look at the potential matchups out there for the Canucks in the second round, assuming the Ducks upset the reigning President Trophy winning Sharks, the Canucks are going to be facing...Click here to read more.