NWSB Insider and Canucks blogger Kevin “The Flying V” Vanstone weighs in today on the Vancouver Canucks vs Dallas Stars tonight in Texas in their first game back since having the team’s eight-game unbeaten streak snapped in Minnesota. He points out David Booth has elevated his play since returning from an AHL conditioning stint in Utica, and says the trio of Ryan Kesler, Chris Higgins, and Mike Santorelli have spent plenty of time carrying the team.
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 Dallas Stars. Richard points Derek Roy is good. He says he’s not being used exactly right, but so far he’s above Bryan Smolinski on the trade deadline bell curve. He also asks an interesting question. Is it hyperbole to say when Kevin Bieksa comes back the Canucks will never lose? (Probably.)
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win on Thursday night over the Dallas Stars. It was so unexpected that John Shorthouse originally gave Dan Hamhuis credit for the opening goal tap-in before that was Mason Raymond. Even parked four feet in front of the net, it just made more sense if it was Dan Hamhuis.
Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 74 matchup between the Vancouver Canucks vs. Dallas Stars. Cory Schneider deserved a shutout versus Dallas last night but in the end Mason Raymond had a goal and an assist as the Canucks beat the Dallas Stars 2-1. Schneider made several big saves in the opening period, including big stops on snap shots by Loui Eriksson and Michael Ryder.
Did you miss the Vancouver Canucks vs. Dallas Stars Thursday night? The Canucks’ Mason Raymond stepped in for the injured Daniel Sedin on the top line with Henrik Sedin and Alex Burrows, contributing a goal and an assist as the Canucks beat the Dallas Stars 2-1 at American Airlines Center on Thursday night. It was a 25 save night from Cory Schneider — including one on a second-period penalty shot by Mike Ribeiro.
Free NHL Betting Odds & Picks on the Vancouver Canucks vs. Dallas Stars Thursday night matchup. The Stars are -105 road favorites. The over/under is 5.5. Dave likes the home team in this one. The Canucks are struggling but at least we all saw some emotion vs. Chicago. Henrik Sedin has gone pointless on the road trip, and won’t have brother Daniel Sedin tonight out with a concussion.
Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 63 matchup between the Vancouver Canucks and the Dallas Stars. The Canucks lost the game 3-2 in overtime. Ryan Kesler and Mason Raymond scored goals for Vancouver, which fell to 9-1-2 in its last 12 and opened a two-point lead over over Detroit for the most points in the league.
Did you miss the Vancouver Canucks vs. Dallas Stars Sunday afternoon? Sunday’s win ended the Stars’ seven-game losing streak against Vancouver. Dallas did an impressive job of holding Daniel Sedin and Henrik Sedin in check for the entire 60 minutes. The Sedins finished the game with just one shot between them. Roberto Luongo stopped 25 of 28 shots in a losing effort.
Free NHL Betting Odds & Picks on the Vancouver Canucks vs. Dallas Stars Sunday afternoon matchup. The Canucks are -134 road favorites. The over/under is 5. Dave likes the road team in this one. The Canucks’ Daniel Sedin, Henrik Sedin, Ryan Kesler, Alex Edler, Kevin Bieksa, and Roberto Luongo are too deep, too skilled and too motivated to remain at the top of the NHL standings to be denied!
NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks writer Josh Hall’s best edition of Oh The Sites We Can See yet. The Dallas Stars await but the Nucks won’t come to Dallas without having some fun. Is Mason Raymond to be traded for something at the zoo? Does Cory Schneider need a nice, soothing massage after that tough game in New Jersey? Maybe Keith Ballard could have used a ride at the Amusement Park for his concussion.