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MSM links for January 6, 2009 0

MSM links for January 6, 2009

Half way, half good for Canucks (Iain MacIntyre, Vancouver Sun) Sundin to travel to Edmonton with Canucks (Brad Ziemer, Vancouver Sun) Sundin goes with team to Edmonton (Jim Jamieson, Vancouver Province) Sometimes, saviours end up on cross (Jason Brough and Mike Halford, Vancouver Province) Backups both excel at diplomacy (Gordon McIntyre, Vancouver Province) Moose-bound Schneider glad for the big-league experience (Jim Jamieson, Vancouver Province) Too many men dilemma: Seeing Dany but thinking it’s Hank (Vancouver Province) Like this:Like Loading…

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Schneider, Hansen sent down 4

Schneider, Hansen sent down

Cory Schneider and Jannik Hansen are both headed back to the Manitoba Moose. The Schneider move wasn’t a surprise given last week’s acquisition of Jason LaBarbera and the return of Curtis Sanford. Schneider showed glimpses of how good he can be, but truth be told, he’s not quite ready for regular NHL duty just yet. He’s best served playing every night for the Moose than playing once a week with the Canucks. The Hansen move was a bit more surprising. With Sundin about to join the lineup, we knew the Canucks had to move a body. I’m just surprised it...

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MSM links for January 2, 2009 0

MSM links for January 2, 2009

LaBarbera turns away Nashville with big debut for Canucks (Brad Ziemer, Vancouver Sun) LaBarbera shows the right stuff (Ben Kuzma, Vancouver Province) Chills, thrills for LaBarbera (Ben Kuzma, Vancouver Province) Luongo still a long away from returning to active duty (Ben Kuzma, Vancouver Province) Schneider finally strutting his stuff (Gordon McIntyre, Vancouver Province) Plenty of fight on Jaffray line (Ben Kuzma, Vancouver Province) Predators again fail to find offense (John Glennon, The Tennessean) Tootoo wastes no time getting revenge (John Glennon, The Tennessean) Like this:Like Loading…

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MSM links for December 24, 2008 0

MSM links for December 24, 2008

‘Twas a nightmare before Christmas (Gordon McIntyre, Vancouver Province) Sharks shell Schneider (Gordon McIntyre, Vancouver Province) A very silent night as Canucks lose 5-0 to Sharks (Iain MacIntyre, Vancouver Sun) Sharks blitz Vancouver 5-0 (David Pollack, Mercury News) Sharks like Sundin addition (Gordon McIntyre, Vancouver Province) One size cap hardly fits all (Tony Gallagher, Vancouver Province) Like this:Like Loading…

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MSM links for December 16, 2008 0

MSM links for December 16, 2008

What? Sundin end in sight? (Gordon McIntyre, Vancouver Province) Canucks, Rangers in Sundin tug-of-war (Brad Ziemer, Vancouver Sun) Decision day for Mats Sundin tomorrow (Mark Zwolinski, Toronto Star) Sundin’s choices: New York and Vancouver (Steve Zipay, NY Newsday) Out of the cold: a return to exuberance (Gordon McIntyre, Vancouver Province) Hordichuk didn’t mean to slight Linden, says Canucks GM (Brad Ziemer, Vancouver Sun) Musical chairs for backups (Ben Kuzma, Vancouver Province) Like this:Like Loading…

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MSM links for December 5, 2008 0

MSM links for December 5, 2008

Canucks fall to Red Wings 6-5 (Jason Botchford, Vancouver Province) Vancouver collapse in third, lose fourth straight to Wings (Brad Ziemer, Vancouver Sun) Backups take their chances well (Jim Jamieson, Vancouver Province) Canucks miss their captain (Jason Botchford, Vancouver Province) 3-goal outburst lifts Wings over Canucks (George Sipple, Detroit Free Press) Larionov part of team lore (George Sipple, Detroit Free Press) Wings wing it in third (Ted Kulfan, Detroit News) Try watching snow melt for real thrill (Gordon McIntyre, Vancouver Province) Little big Koivu is intense both on and off the ice (Tony Gallagher, Vancouver Province) Like this:Like Loading…

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Can Cory carry the load? 6

Can Cory carry the load?

Yesterday, Cory Schneider was named the AHL’s goaltender of the month. The American Hockey League announced today that Cory Schneider of the Manitoba Moose has been named the Reebok X-Pulse/AHL Goaltender of the Month for November. Schneider was 5-0-0 in five appearances for the Moose last month, with a 1.20 goals-against average, a .959 save percentage and one shutout. This on top of TSN’s Bob Mackenzie pimping him out last week: “Cory Schneider is a great young goaltender… people don’t realize this, but he’s ripping up the American hockey league with a goals against average barely above 1 and a...

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MSM links for December 3, 2008 0

MSM links for December 3, 2008

Looks like it’s Schneider time (Jason Botchford, Vancouver Province) Canucks notebook: Sanford sits out (Brad Ziemer, Vancouver Sun) ‘I’m ahead of schedule,’ says Luongo (Brad Ziemer, Vancouver Sun) Canucks shoot… they don’t score (Brad Ziemer, Vancouver Sun) Kesler, Burrows need goals (Jason Botchford, Vancouver Province) O’Brien trying to stay out of penalty box (Jason Botchford, Vancouver Province) Hurt Lu hurts, but Wellwood makes it well (Guts Mactavish, 24 Hours Vancouver) Vancouver Canucks’ performance looks very familiar (Jeff Patterson, Georgia Straight) Like this:Like Loading…

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MSM links for December 2, 2008 0

MSM links for December 2, 2008

Canucks go from toast of the town to just toast (Jason Botchford, Vancouver Province) Canucks drop third straight to Blue Jackets (Brad Ziemer, Vancouver Sun) Canucks down to one healthy goalie (Brad Ziemer, Vancouver Sun) Now a bad back, just Sanford’s luck (Jason Botchford, Vancouver Province) Controversial autograph-signing session hounds Burrows (Jason Botchford, Vancouver Province) The faceoff: Luck has nothing to do with it (Yvonne Zacharias, Vancouver Sun) Kesler won’t forgive Umberger (Faceoff.com) First taste of the show (Ken Wiebe, Winnipeg Sun) Chat with coach spurs to snap six-game drought (Ken Wiebe, Winnipeg Sun) Mason saves the day (Aaron Portzline,...

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Flame out 0

Flame out

The Vancouver Canucks lost both games of a home-and-home series against the Calgary Flames. It was ugly in a sense that the Flames – and the Minnesota Wild – are now a single point behind our division-leading ‘Nucks, but also, the more offensive style of hockey we watched the first 22 games disappeared sometime between the first and second periods of Thursday night’s game. The Canucks were outchanced and outshot in both games, though truth be told, this isn’t anything new. (They have now been outshot in 15 of their first 24 games.) On Thursday, what was noticeable was how...

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