Tom Wakefield breaks down the first round of the playoffs in the Western Conference and offers his picks on series outcomes.
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J.J. Guerrero rounds up some Canucks-related links of the day.
Clay Imoo ponders the difference had the Canucks won their last game in last season’s Stanley Cup Finals run.
Caylie King reviews the season series between the Vancouver Canucks and Los Angeles Kings, and previews the NHL first round playoff series between them.
Matt Lee looks at the keys to the Canucks vs Kings series.
The first round NHL playoff schedule between the Vancouver Canucks and Los Angeles Kings.
Elizabeth Moffat recaps the March 26 game between the Vancouver Canucks and Los Angeles Kings in your tweets.
[Every week, Caylie King reviews the Canucks week that was and previews the Canucks week ahead. You can follow Caylie on Twitter (@CayKing).] The Vancouver Canucks started off their recently-concluded 4-game road trip by being shutout 2-0 against the Minnesota Wild. Cory Schneider played a solid game in Minnesota but the team in front of him just couldn’t bury the puck. Then, after trying to find their game for well over a month, the Canucks seemed to turn the corner against rival Chicago Blackhawks. Unfortunately, it was a dirty, cheap Duncan Keith elbow on Daniel Sedin that ignited the fire....
Yes, this is the week of returns in the NHL, with Sidney Crosby playing against the Rangers on Thursday and all signs pointing to Alex Radulov returning to the Predators in the near future. And yet if you take a step back, what you’ve really got in the NHL right now is an epic race for the final playoff spots in the Western Conference. As of Wednesday morning, there were five teams separated by a single point in the standings for the final two playoff spots in the West. Which of these teams will make the playoffs? Which of these...
Ken Hitchcock has more than 500 wins, a .590 career winning percentange and a Stanley Cup to his credit. But he’s never won the Jack Adams Award for NHL Coach of the Year. With all due respect to the great work John Tortorella, Dan Bylsma, Kevin Dineen and Mike Babcock are doing with their respective teams, Hitchcock should win his first Jack Adams Award this year. The impact he’s had on the St. Louis Blues has been incredible. To illustrate this, let’s take a look at how each of this season’s coaching changes have played out. Ken Hitchcock Pre-hiring: St. Louis...