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More than two years have passed since the Vancouver Canucks have failed to earn at least one point when facing the Colorado Avalanche.
Meeting the Avs in Denver could help the Canucks extend that streak and give coach Alain Vigneault the franchise record for victories.
Vancouver looks to continue its recent domination of Colorado and hand the Avalanche another home loss Wednesday night.
The Canucks are 9-0-2 in 11 matchups in this series since falling 3-0 in Colorado on Oct. 3, 2009. They have outscored the Avs 45-25 during that span.
Vancouver (10-9-1) is again one of the top scoring teams in the NHL after leading the league with 258 goals in 2010-11, but it has scored just three times in splitting its last two games while playing without No. 1 goaltender Roberto Luongo.
The Canucks completed a three-game homestand with a 2-1 overtime win over Ottawa on Sunday. Corey Schneider made several key saves - two on breakaways and another on a point-blank chance in overtime - to help ...
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Vancouver Canucks blogger C-Mac begs the question. Who is willing to be the figure that the Canucks can go to when that boost is needed for them? Imagine the possibilities of Trevor Linden and his right wing role fitting in seamlessly with Henrik Sedin and Daniel Sedin. Henrik at centre and Daniel in his customary left wing slot...
Oh beautiful British Columbia, how you are Canada’s paradox. You are the land of the Super Natural. I’ve seen your majestic mountains, stunning ocean and beautiful urban parks. You have it all West Coasters; Gentle winters, liberal politicians, booming film industry, affluent citizens and a commendable appreciation for CFL. You even had the Olympics. You just got to show off...
Vancouver sports blogger Aidan Chafe weighs in with his Vancouver Canucks weekly three stars post. Here are the few noteworthy performers through Nov 22nd of the Vancouver Canucks 2011-12 campaign. Dan Hamhuis, Cory Schneider and Chris Higgins are the guys with great performances in the last 7 days.
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the Canucks win over the Ottawa Senators and points out Andrew Alberts was lucky not to get a major for his first period hit on Kasper Daugavins. Chris Higgins won the game in overtime and is tied with Henrik Sedin for the team lead.
The Colorado Avalanche hockey operation a mess. Every move general manager Greg Sherman makes seems to turn to muck.Last season he made a big play for former first overall pick Erik Johnson, getting the puck-rushing defenseman, center Jay McClement and a first-round pick from the Blues for power forward Chris Stewart, defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk and a second-round pick.Johnson has...
Chris Higgins scored 2:18 into overtime to lift the Vancouver Canucks to a 2-1 win over the Ottawa Senators on Sunday night.
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Sir Alex Ferguson has to be having second thoughts about not going for Scott Parker during...
Before the second round of the playoffs last season, 99% of fans, media and pink hats who heard Felger talk wanted Julien fired. If you say any different you're a liar. At one point or another you either said or wrote the words "Fire Julien!" somewhere. We were no different. We openly admit that. We all thought we were better at back seat coaching than Claude Julien...