Calgary Flames vs. Canucks: The flame game

Chris Higgins

Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win on Saturday night over the Flames. Richard says right as the Canucks are hot, they have a lot of time off. They don’t play again until Tuesday against Minnesota and after that next is Friday against Dallas. Mason Raymond took a puck to the face in the first period.

Calgary Flames vs. Vancouver Canucks prediction and NHL preview

Flames vs. Canucks Wide

Richard Hodges previews the Calgary Flames vs. Vancouver Canucks Jan. 23 matchup. The key matchup Richard is watching is between the pair of first-round rookies in Jordan Schroeder and Sven Baertschi. Schroeder got the call up earlier this week after an impressive Canucks camp, and looks to finally have a chance to prove himself at the NHL level. The Canucks will go back to Cory Schneider, he of the 11.11 GAA and .643 sv pct.

Calgary Flames vs. Canucks blog: love ’em & hate ‘em

Flames vs. Canucks

Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win on Saturday night over the Calgary Flames. And who steps up in overtime but Andrew Ebbett, fresh off his collarbone injury and ready to remind everyone that he’s still a Canuck. When Jannik Hansen was sprung on a shorthanded breakaway noone thought it would lead to a Calgary goal did they?

Flying V’s hat trick: Bad line? Yes. Canucks put out the Flames

Flames vs. Canucks

Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 79 matchup between the Calgary Flames vs. Vancouver Canucks. Vancouver’s third line was tremendous again against Calgary, keeping the Flames’ forwards busy with their own brand of puck possession. Andrew Ebbett returned from a broken collarbone just in time to end the Calgary Flames season. Marc-Andre Gragnani scored his first as a Canucks tonight too.

Game 79 Flames vs. Canucks: Back to back champs

Alberts vs. Jackman

It should be a cakewalk says Vancouver Canucks Insider Josh Hall. With the Calgary Flames all but out of playoff contention, do they have the energy to spoil Vancouver’s chase for the Western crown? Can Henrik Sedin follow up a 3 Assist night vs. Dallas with something better? Will Roberto Luongo be ready to go come puck drop after sitting out with a sore neck Friday?

Flying V’s Hat Trick: Irving backstops Flames to win over Canucks

Flames vs. Canucks Recap

Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 35 matchup between the Calgary Flames vs. Vancouver Canucks. A 3-1 Calgary win. The only Vancouver goal on the night came from Dan Hamhuis who fluttered a wrist shot from the point that beat Leland Irving off the right post. The 3 stars were Leland Irving, Alex Burrows, and Curtis Glencross. Roberto Luongo took the loss for the Canucks.