Ryan Kesler didn’t mince any words after the Canucks blew two, third period leads to the last place Colorado Avalanche yesterday. “We played like shit for 40 minutes,” he said. “We gave them everything they got with turnovers and miscommunication and not getting the puck out. It was shit,” he added. Just about sums it up perfectly. "The Switch" was off today apparently. #Canucks #Tgatt — G. Justine Galo (@Aviewfromabroad) April 13, 2013 Here’s how you, Canucks fans, saw the game.
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Cory Schneider’s got the flu so Roberto Luongo gets a start. And the Canucks had to sign University of Calgary Dino, Dustin Butler, to back him up.
No worries though. Lu’s got this – he made stopped 40 of 41 Flames shots en route to a 4-1 Canucks win.
The Canucks and Wild don’t like each other much, but the only real fight tonight was the fight to stay awake while watching it. The lovely and talented Lizz Moffat has a scholarly obligation and her usual substitute, @lyteforce, is busy riding around the Sky Train in his underwear so you’ve got me tonight! Bachelor life starts now. When do the pants come off? Now on the train or at home? — Chris Golden (@lyteforce) February 13, 2013 Ummm… we better just get to the game.
After a three-game jaunt through California, the Canucks are back home against the Colorado Avalanche. Lizz Moffat recaps the game in your tweets.
Things That Make You Go Hmmm: Goalie Controversy Gaining Momentum, Slow Starts, and Jerseys Off The Players’ Backs
With less than a week of games under the NHL’s belt in this shortened 2013 season, I’m shocked at how many things made me go hmmm…
Here are a few of the biggest head scratchers.
J.J. Guerrero goes around the Smylosphere and puts together some Canucks game-day links.
Victoria Pattison has some suggestions on how to turn the Canucks’ momentum around.
Victoria Pattison gives you the good, the bad, and the ugly in last night’s 3-2 Canucks loss to the Los Angeles Kings.
Elizabeth Moffat recaps the April 3 game between the Vancouver Canucks and Anaheim Ducks in your tweets.
Every week, Caylie King reviews the Canucks week that was and previews the Canucks week ahead.