Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win on Wednesday night over the Avalanche. Richard says we’re going to turn this into a goaltending controversy. Roberto Luongo vs. Cory Schneider is going to make a major distraction. There’s going to be a lot of uncertainty until this is settled. What exactly do Alain Vigneault and Mike Gillis have up their sleeves? We’ll know eventually.
Richard Hodges previews the Colorado Avalanche vs. Vancouver Canucks Jan. 30 matchup. The Canucks started their California swing well, but the effort levels were maddingly inconsistent in losses to the Sharks and Kings. In net tonight will be Roberto Luongo. Injured. Ryan Kesler and David Booth are still hunting popcorn in the pressbox. Richard predicts a nice cleansing home win. 4-2 Canucks. We all go home happy.
NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger C-Mac is back inside from laying out in the Victoria sunshine. Teachers and their summers off. He weighs in on the Canucks prospect Nicklas Jensen discussing the possibility of foregoing his last year of major junior eligibility with the Oshawa Generals in order to play a season in the Swedish Elite League should he not make the Canucks roster for the 2012/13 season.
NWSB Vancouver Canucks Insider Josh Hall slits this game down it’s very thin throat and calls a Vancouver win over the Colorado Avalanche. While the Avs basically need this victory to stay alive in the playoff race, they are 0/5 with a couple loser points against the Canucks this season. Via the teams twitter account Tuesday backup Cory Schneider will start. Read on for the better stuff because this is just a silly excerpt.
Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 75 matchup between the Vancouver Canucks and Colorado Avalanche. Chris Higgins won it in Overtime as Roberto Luongo backstopped his team to a win they probably didn’t deserve. How about that Mason Raymond?
NWSB Vancouver Canucks Inside Josh Hall rumbles down the top keys to Saturday night’s tilt with the Colorado Avalanche. Is Gabriel Landeskog someone the Canucks should really be afraid of now or down the road? Is this a first round playoff preview? When will Daniel Sedin return and should we even worry about it right now. Assume Roberto Luongo is in net. Read on young grasshoppers.
NWSB Vancouver Canucks Insider Richard Hodges breaks it down harder than MC Hammer in his take on who scares the Canucks the most in the Northwest Division. While the Calgary Flames are pressing for a 2012 Playoff Spot, is what they really have to look forward to a promising younf European prospect? How about the Colorado Avalanche or the Minnesota Wild? Richard has the Edmonton Oilers as the front runner for taking down the Canucks in the future.
Our man Kevin V. is back with another edition of the Vancouver Canucks Notebook. Roberto Luongo appears to be alright after taking a puck in the throat off the stick Gabriel Landeskog Tuesday. David Booth will miss four to six weeks after getting caught with a knee-on-knee hit. An MRI showed a labrum tear in Aaron Volpatti’s shoulder, he’s done for the year.
Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 27 matchup between the Colorado Avalanche vs. Vancouver Canucks. Daniel Sedin opened the scoring for the Canucks en route to his fifth career hat trick Roberto Luongo and David Booth both left the game with injuries but the Canucks still won 6-0. Kevin Bieksa also missed a few minutes of Tuesday’s game.