NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Kevin Vanstone the Flying-V tells us some sad news out of Vancouver today. In the latest exhibit of hockey-oriented idiocy, this week an individual chose to write obscenities on the Church that Vancouver native and Boston Bruins 2011 Stanley cup hero Milan Lucic and his family call home. Stay classy Vancouver. Would Henrik Sedin and Daniel Sedin approve of this stupidity?
Vancouver Canucks beat blogger Riley Trottier is back and better than ever. With some things to get off his chest. What makes him angry about the Canucks and NHL this week? People who want to trade Cody Hodgson and Cory Schneider. The Brad Marchand hit on Sami Salo. Riley could write a whole rant just on him alone, and the letdown after the Boston Bruins win.
Vancouver Canucks blogger Carolyn Smith tells us a video explanation released by Brendan Shanahan outlines that this play was not considered instinctive or reactionary in defense, and that Brad Marchand had the decision to deliver a shoulder-to-shoulder hit and chose not to on Sami Salo.
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges points out theres five very good reasons for the Canucks to want to see revenge on Marchand. As important as Sami Salo’s reputation is in this whole thing, it’s important to remember too that Brad Marchand isn’t some innocent choir boy on his way home from School. Brandon Shanahan explains in the ever so helpful and ever so on-point NHL video
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win over the Boston Bruins on Saturday morning. Brad Marchand earned a clipping major and a game misconduct for a low hit on Canucks defenseman Sami Salo. David Krejci scored early in the third for Boston. Cody Hodgson scored the game winner. Cory Schneider got the win.
Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 42 matchup between the Vancouver Canucks vs. Boston Bruins. Vancouver scored four times in 11 tries with the man advantage, including a Cody Hodgson game-winner just 1:09 into the third period, in support of a Cory Schneider solid goaltending performance in a 4-3 win at TD Garden.
Did you miss the Vancouver Canucks vs. Boston Bruins game Saturday morning? We’ve got the highlights for you. Rough game, a cheap game, and one with lots of casualties. Cory Schneider out battled Stanley Cup MVP Tim Thomas. Cody Hodgson, Ryan Kesler and Henrik Sedin scored for Vancouver to give them a measure of revenge. What an epic January game.
Free NHL Betting Odds & Picks on the Vancouver Canucks vs. Boston Bruins Saturday afternoon matchup. The Canucks are +150 road underdogs. The over/under is set at 5.5. Roberto Luongo’s 700th career regular-season game was one of his best of the season, he’s on the bench for this one as Cory Schneider starts for Vancouver. Tim Thomas has owned Vancouver in his career. Boston has 53 points, so does Vancouver.
Vancouver Canucks blogger points out Cory Schneider will get the start on Saturday for the Canucks vs. the Bruins. He also tells us that rest assured Gillis and AV will have most definitely consulted with one another on the many implications of this game, and the use of Schneids as a starter. Still a great deal of Canuck fans see this game as a symbolic chance for revenge.
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges tells us one of the lasting, iconic images of the Stanley Cup Final was Brad Marchand using Daniel Sedin as a speedbag. To that end, here are five helpful suggestions for Daniel Sedin to extract revenge on Brad Marchand. For starters he should Make Fun Of His Nose.
Vancouver Canucks blogger Josh Hall tells us we all hate the Bruins here on the west coast and in Vancouver after last years 2011 Stanley Cup finals. So why not mock them by comparing them to TV Show characters he asks. Milan Lucic is Bluto, Tim Thomas is Peter Griffin from Family Guy, Zdeno Chara is Robert Barone from Everybody Loves Raymond, Brad Marchand is Squidward from Spongebob Squarepants.
In another installment of our Great Northwest sports moments Matt Larkin weighs in with his take on the 1982, 1994, and 2011 Vancouver Canucks Stanley Cup losing seasons. Who will be the next great Canuck to get them back in a Stanley Cup Final?