NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Kevin “The Flying V” Vanstone tells us Thursday’s things to look out for in the Canucks vs. Ottawa Senators matchup. After struggling to get things going at home the Canucks are back out on the road to take on the Sens in the nation’s capital. Craig Anderson is expected to start opposite Roberto Luongo tonight in a matchup of goaltenders trending in opposite directions.
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win over the Ottawa Senators. Other than Don Cherry calling out Ron McLean out for hating Alex Burrows this game looked great after 20 minutes. Then it fizzled out. Ryan Kesler was front and centre in this game with two goals. Nick Foligno and Chris Neil did their best Bruins imitation.
Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 29 matchup between the Vancouver Canucks vs. Ottawa Senators. Roberto Luongo was solid opposite Craig Anderson with only the one blemish on Saturday’s performance which could hardly be blamed on the goaltender. Nick Foligno caught youngster Cody Hodgson witha big hit early in the game that set the tone.
Did you miss the Vancouver Canucks vs. Ottawa Senators game tonight? We’ve got the highlights for you. The Canucks’ power play needed just four seconds to strike, opening the scoring 1:10 into the game. Ryan Kesler had his first multi-goal game of the season, Alex Edler and Dale Weise had the other goals, Roberto Luongo got the win.
Free NHL Betting Odds & Picks on the Vancouver Canucks vs. Ottawa Senators Saturday matchup. The Canucks are-145 road favorites. The over/under is set at 5.5. Vancouver is clearly the better of the two teams. Henrik Sedin has totaled four goals and nine assists in his last 10 games while Daniel Sedin has four goals and eight assists.