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YouTube sensation Dancing Jack is back at the Canucks game tonight. I went to a hockey game and dancing with the stars broke out. Ryan Kesler scored in his return from a broken foot and Cory Schneider made 19 saves as Vancouver won its sixth straight home game...and we had a cool kid groovin. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLr_6ncQMVY The Return of Dancing Jack (Apr 8, 2013) www.youtube.com YouTube sensation Dancing Jack is back with new moves and more swagger. Subscribe to the official Canucks YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/Mc9YKA Follow us on ... More...
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Ryan Kesler could play tonight?!
The OFFICIAL Vancouver Canucks twitter account just tweeted that all Canucks players are currently on the ice today except Chris Tanev.
Speculation is running rampant now that Kesler looks good out there, and it begs the question, could he play tonight?
Kes of course has been out for a while. He played in seven games, then went back on the IR...
Canucks walking wounded adding up as now Higgins & Tanev both out indefinately
At Coach Alain Vigneault's press conference today he said "Both Chris Higgins and Tanev have lower body injuries and will not join us on the road trip."
This can't be good news for the team. They pulled out a 2-0 win last night over the Coyotes and finally had their full forward...
Wednesday Canucks vs. Flames Preview
Vancouver puts its 10-4-1 divisional record on the line tonight in Calgary versus the Flames. Ryan Kesler returned from a broken foot to score the deciding goal in Vancouvers 2-0 victory over Phoenix on Monday. The Flames snapped a five-game losing skid on Monday with a 3-1 road victory over Colorado.
Yesterday the Canucks found out Chris...
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) -- Ryan Kesler scored in his return to the lineup after a 20-game absence, Cory Schneider made 19 saves and the Vancouver Canucks defeated the Phoenix Coyotes 2-0 on Monday night.
Kesler returned from a foot fracture he sustained in his first game back after shoulder and wrist surgeries last summer.
Kesler scored at 7:26 of the first period on what...
Cory Schneider has taken the reins as the Vancouver Canucks' No. 1 goaltender, and it doesn't appear he'll be relinquishing them any time soon.
He'll make his 12th straight start Wednesday night when Vancouver seeks a fourth consecutive victory visiting the Calgary Flames.
Schneider entered the 2013 lockout-shortened season as the team's starting netminder after...
Phoenix Coyotes (17-15-6) at Vancouver Canucks (21-11-6) Preview
With eight wins in their last 10 games (8-2-0), the Vancouver Canucks are strengthening their hold on the Northwest Division. After a relatively quiet March (22 combined points in 16 games), brothers Daniel and Henrik Sedin are enjoying a solid start to April, combining for nine points in three games.
The Vancouver Canucks are making a strong push for a fifth consecutive Northwest Division title. They'll try to continue it in a matchup with the surging Phoenix Coyotes, who are just outside the Western Conference playoff picture.
Vancouver goes for a season-high sixth consecutive home win while the Coyotes look to extend their best run of the season to four victories Monday...
from Tony Gallagher of the Vancouver Province,
Perhaps the NHL has finally reached the level of the NBA in that all the distractions of dancing girls, mascots, contests in that league have been matched by the number of gimmicks at a hockey game. The actual on-ice affair was a sham of entertainment, the only artistry on display coming from the artful officials Kyle Rehman and...
Dan Hamhuis gets credit for the goal.
Third period outburst nets another win for the Canucks
It didn't start out as a great night tonight in Calgary. First Cory Schneider, who had started 11 consecutive games for Vancouver, was scratched with the flu. Then we witnessed 30 minutes of really dull and boring hockey, then all of a sudden we had some life.
Maxim Lapierre snapped a tie at 12:37 of the 3rd period...
For the Gamblers!
In a battle of the best and worst of the Northwest Division, the Vancouver Canucks, winners of three straight games head to Calgary to take on the dismal Calgary Flames who beat Colorado last time out to avoid the basement in the Northwest Division.
While the playoffs appear to be a foregone conclusion for the Flames, the Canucks still have a ton to play for...
The Flame game
Hockey against Calgary isn’t pretty these days is it Vancouver Canucks fans? This game had all the hallmarks of a team desperate for the end of the season to finally come, playing out as an exercise of two teams on very opposite ends of the spectrum.
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Roberto Luongo was the surprise starter thanks to Cory Schneider‘s flu, and his first game...