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Matthias thrilled for opportunities with Babcock, Maple Leafs

Center Shawn Matthias grew up in the Toronto area, so when he had the chance to sign with his hometown team this summer, he jumped at it. Matthias ended up inking a one-year deal with the Maple Leafs worth a reported $2.3 million on July 6.Aside from returning home, Matthias said playing for coach Mike Babcock was big draw in favor of Toronto."This is where I wanted to go, and [Babcock...
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August 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Canucks-Flames Preview

The Calgary Flames were thoroughly outplayed their last time out in a rare division loss. They now set their sights on pulling even on points on one of the Pacific Division teams ahead of them Saturday night when they host the Vancouver Canucks. Calgary (30-22-3) was outshot 45-18 in Thursday's 5-3 loss at Los Angeles. The Flames fell to 17-5-1 against division foes and 11-2-0 in...
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February 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Shawn Matthias Capitalizes On Bruins’ Mistakes For Hat Trick In Canucks’ Win

Vancouver Canucks forward Shawn Matthias earned the first hat trick of his NHL career in the Vancouver Canucks’ 5-2 win over the Boston Bruins on Friday night at Rogers Arena. Matthias didn’t have to work very hard for his hat trick, and that’s because his three goals were the result of defensive mistakes and mental errors from the Bruins. The Canucks opened the scoring just...
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Matthias hat trick leads Canucks to win over Bruins

  Shawn Matthias scored the first hat trick of his career Friday night as the Vancouver Canucks defeated the Boston Bruins 5-2. Radim Vrbata and Jannik Hansen, into an empty net, had the other goals for Vancouver, while Zack Kassian added two assists. Ryan Miller made 21 saves to get the win in his 600th NHL game. Patrice Bergeron and Chris Kelly replied for Boston, which got 20...
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Power-Play Struggles, Defensive Errors Cost Bruins In Loss To Canucks

The Boston Bruins began their five-game road trip with a 5-2 loss to the Vancouver Canucks on Friday night. An abundance of defensive mistakes and an ineffective power play prevented the Bruins from overcoming two-goal deficits in the second and third periods. The B’s will return to action Monday night against the Calgary Flames. Here are three quick takeaways from Bruins-Canucks...
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