Richard Hodges previews the San Jose Sharks vs Vancouver Canucks May 3rd matchup. Richard says the goaltending saga continues as Roberto Luongo starts again and is preparing like he’ll start them all. There’s still no word on Cory Schneider’s condition in the most bizarre twist of this year-long soap opera. The Canucks meanwhile will load up Derek Roy and Ryan Kesler on the second line with Chris Higgins in an attempt to find some scoring punch.
Richard Hodges previews the Edmonton Oilers vs. Vancouver Canucks April 4th matchup. Richard says the Canucks addressed their biggest need and there’s no reason to believe this team isn’t better than last week. Derek Roy gives this line-up some scary flexibility. You can bitch about the lack of depth moves until you’re blue in the face, but the Roy acquisition is significant. Yes Roberto Luongo hates his contract, its his birthday today, Cory Schneider is in net. Deal with it.
NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks’ blogger Richard Hodges is back to give you his love ‘em and hate ‘em from Vancouver’s tough loss to the San Jose Sharks on Monday night. Richard points out Henrik Sedin & Daniel Sedin collectively this season, are slumping. When’s the last time they’ve scored a goal that grabbed you from your seat? The only thing worse than the league’s worst powerplay is not having any chances at all for the second time in three games.
Richard Hodges previews the Vancouver Canucks vs. San Jose Sharks April 1st matchup. Richard says injuries are mounting for Van City. Add Mason Raymond to a list that includes Dale Weise and Keith Ballard. Kevin Bieksa didn’t take the morning skate either but there’s no word yet on him not playing. The Sharks open a four game homestand at HP Pavilion tonight where they’re 11-1-4. Also for the Sharks, Jason Demers didn’t play Saturday and will be a game-day decision.
Horrible news out of San Jose after the Canucks vs. Sharks game on Wednesday. Its being reported that post game a teenage girl who had brain surgery says she was attacked by Sharks fan at HP Pavilion. Josh Hall doesn’t condone violence as a measure of vengeance, so, here’s the Top 5 ways the Canucks and their fans can get back at said buffoon from San Jose. Ryan Kesler, and Kevin Bieksa are ready to do their part!
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win over the San Jose Sharks on Wednesday night. It was a playoff atmosphere at the Shark Tank which meant that Ryan Kesler was in his element. This was Kevin Bieksa’s type of game too. Antti Niemi was shaky on Henrik Sedin’s opening wrap around goal but made it up for it later on…
Did you miss the Vancouver Canucks vs. San Jose Sharks game Wednesday night from HP Pavillion Arena? We’ve got the highlights for you. A nice 3-2 overtime Vancouver win. Andrew Ebbett scored at 3:23 of overtime as Vancouver began their three-game road trip with a 3-2 triumph. San Jose has lost seven of its last eight meetings with Vancouver and five of six at home against the Canucks.
Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 37 matchup between the Vancouver Canucks vs. San Jose Sharks. A 3-2 Vancouver win. Light-scoring forward Andrew Ebbett grabbed himself the overtime winner in a spirited affair. Roberto Luongo grabbed the win on Wednesday night. Logan Couture, Joe Thornton, Ryan Kesler, and Daniel Sedin also popped goals.
Free NHL Betting Odds & Picks on the Vancouver Canucks vs. San Jose Sharks Wednesday night matchup. The Canucks are +111 road underdogs. The over/under is set at 5.5. Vancouver has won 20 of its last 26 meetings with Pacific Division opponents. San Jose is wrapping up a six-game homestand during which it has posted a 4-1-0 record. Henrik Sedin, Daniel Sedin and Alex Burrows lead the way for Vancouver.
C-Mac our Vancouver Canucks blogger tells us after losing the Stanley Cup finals to Boston, there are still top moments in time to look back on. The five top moments of the 2011 Vancouver Canucks. Alex Burrows defating the Blackhawks, Kevin Bieksa and his stanchion shot, Manny Malhotra and his eye injury, Cory Schneider and his presence. Here’s to the 2011 Canucks memories. Our Year In Review. Cheers.
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win over the San Jose Sharks, What a week for Cory Schneider, Aaron Volpatti vs. Brad Winchester fight round 2 was nice, and Kevin Bieksa had a crazy last 2 minutes of the game but got the job done.