NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks’ blogger Richard Hodges is back to give you his love ‘em and hate ‘em from Vancouver’s loss to the St. Louis Blues. Richard points out Cory Schneider got the start on the second half of back to back nights. Roberto Luongo was the surprise starter on Monday. This was a playoff game, and by rights it should have been settled in 5-on-5 overtime. Quick fact. The Canucks need Derek Roy to anchor a third line.
Richard Hodges previews the Vancouver Canucks vs. St. Louis Blues April 16th matchup. Richard says the Canucks are only five points behind the Anaheim Ducks for second in the conference. He also points out Ryan Kesler and the powerplay both made triumphant returns last night against Nashville, putting the Canucks five points up in the Minnesota Wild
NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks’ blogger Richard Hodges is back to give you his love ‘em and hate ‘em from Vancouver’s win over the Predators. Richard points out we’ve missed you Ryan Kesler. The pivot’s return has revitalized the team and the powerplay as the Canucks are really starting to look like the 2011 version. Need a negative? After a great start to the season, the inconsistency has been slipping back into Kevin Bieksa’s game.
NWSB Vancouver Canucks inside Josh Hall delves into the home stand starter versus the St. Louis Blues. Can Zack Kassian be all he’s cracked up to be? How about the Honey Badger Jannik Hansen; does he care? What impact will Cory Schneider have on the end of the regular season? Ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-check it out!
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win over the St. Louis Blues on Thursday night. Maxim Lapierre is dropping the gloves this year. This a good thing. Keith Ballard was a healthy scratch tonight as Aaron Rome drew back into the line-up. Roberto Luongo has quietly had two fantastic starts on this road trip.
Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 44 matchup between the Vancouver Canucks vs. St. Louis Blues. Daniel Sedin scored a power-play goal 46 seconds into OT and added an assist as the Canucks posted a 3-2 victory over the host Blues. The goal was his 700th point of his career. Daniel ripped a shot past Brian Elliott after a feed from Henrik Sedin. Alexandre Burrows had 2 goals.
Did you miss the Vancouver Canucks vs. Tampa Bay Lightning game Thursday night? We’ve got the highlights for you. Alexandre Burrows scored twice for the Canucks, and Roberto Luongo stopped 31 shots as the Canucks (28-14-3) stayed in first place in the West. Jason Arnott scored twice for the Blues. Daniel Sedin’s power play goal 46 seconds into overtime gave Vancouver the win.
Free NHL Betting Odds & Picks on the Vancouver Canucks vs. St. Louis Blues Thursday matchup. The Canucks are +105 road underdogs. The over/under is set at 5.5. Henrik Sedin & Daniel Sedin are due for a breakout game. Roberto Luongo’s struggles in St. Louis have been well documented. For St. Louis David Backes has led the way with 5 points in his last 3 games, Vladimir Sobotka has 3 points in 2 games.
Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 13 matchup between the Vancouver Canucks and St. Louis Blues. For the second time in the span of 10 days the Canucks were beaten by the St. Louis Blues. Alex Burrows opened the scoring, Ryan Kesler notched one, but a pair by T.J. Oshie for St. Louis were enough to help them win.
Free NHL Betting Odds & Picks on the Vancouver Canucks vs. St. Louis Blues Friday matchup. The Canucks are -105 road favorites. The over/under is set at 5.5. Vancouver will turn to Roberto Luongo tonight, the Blues rode some Brian Elliot in the first meeting a 3-0 Blues win. Its NHL predictions time.