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VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Roberto Luongo made 23 saves to help the Vancouver Canucks beat the Islanders 4-1 on Sunday night.
Aaron Rome had a goal and two assists, Cody Hodgson and David Booth each had a goal and an assist, and Henrik Sedin also scored for Vancouver, coming off...
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Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges weighs in with a complete look and analysis at the State of the Goalie position in Vancouver. It's clear Roberto Luongo has hit a rough patch in his relationship with Canucks fans. But its also clear Luongo is statistically more reliable than other goaltenders he's measured against.
The month of October is long gone, which means Vancouver Canucks goaltender Roberto Luongo must be settling into a groove between the pipes. That’s exactly the case, as Luongo has put another slow start in the rear view mirror.Coming off an up and down postseason which saw Luongo help the Canucks come within one win of the franchise’s first ever Stanley Cup, the oft-criticized...
Canucks goaltender Roberto Luongo is shelved by a groin muscle strain – not that the team would admit it.
“With what happened in the Buffalo-Boston game there, I'm going to just say it's an upper body injury," Canucks coach Alain Vigneault told the Vancouver Province. “We're not quite sure what's allowed on the goaltenders and what's not allowed...
Vancouver Canucks goaltender Roberto Luongo will miss Tuesday night's game against the Chicago Blackhawks with an upper body injury.
Luongo is being listed as day to day. Backup Cory Schneider will draw the start in net against the Blackhawks.
Luongo is 7-5 with a 2.97 goals-against average and .896 save percentage this season for the reigning Western Conference champions.
Aaron Rome is experiencing a phenomenon that only Jeff Cowan and Rory Fitzpatrick can relate to right now. Aaron Rome Mania has swept Canuck Nation. Rome returned from injury last week and played his first four games of the season. In those four games the Canucks have gone 3-1 and Rome has 3 goals and 2 assists!
Five points in four games usually isn’t something that will spawn...
What a game last night. The Canucks returned home for the first time in six games and the fans got to see the much anticipated regular season, home debut, of the legendary Aaron Rome. The only other debut in Canucks history that had has had this much hype behind it was Bure's. Unlike Bure, Rome did not disappoint, he had 3 points and guided the Canucks to a 4-1 win. I believe...
We might see our 14th suspension of the year soon because of the hit by Aaron Rome on Ducks rookie Devante Smith-Pelly. Rome delivered an elbow to the head of Pelly half-way through the second period. Rome was ejected for the hit and Pelly, who looked rattled by the hit went to the locker room but returned shorty after.Rome is already considered a repeat offender because of his hit...
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Roberto Luongo made 23 saves to help the Vancouver Canucks beat the New York Islanders 4-1 on Sunday night.
Vancouver defenseman Aaron Rome has gotten his teammates' attention.
No. 1 Star: Aaron Rome, Vancouver Canucks
With his goal against the New York Islanders, Aaron Rome now has more goals in his last four games than he scored in 131 previous NHL games. Rome shoveled home a loose puck in the slot past Evgeni Nabokov for a 1-0 lead at 1:57 of the first, his third goal of the season. Rome also assisted on Cody Hodgson's third-period power-play...
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the Canucks win over the N.Y. Islanders. We he loves. Aaron Rome is on pace for a cool 51 goals this year, this Cody Hodgson kid is good. David Booth thanked god and sealed the deal with an empty-netter.
Aaron Rome had a goal and two assists to help the Vancouver Canucks take a 4-1 victory over the New York Islanders.
Have you ever slept through your alarm and been late for work? That appears to be what happened last night to the Vancouver Canucks. They sleep walked through the first period, played far too casual in the second, and then woke up in the third. The only Canuck who played with a pulse the first two periods was Aaron Rome, and he got kicked out of the game for it. Once the only player on Vancouv...
Vancouver sports blogger Aidan Chafe weighs in with his Vancouver Canucks weekly three stars post. Here are the few noteworthy performers through Nov 12th of the Vancouver Canucks 2011-12 campaign. Jannik Hansen, Aaron Rome, and Dan Hamhuis are the guys with great performances in the last 7 days.