Los Angeles Kings vs. Canucks blog: love ’em & hate ‘em game 5

Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the loss on Sunday night in game five to the LA Kings. Sometime in March, the Canucks stopped the fist-bump bench procession after every goal. I just realized this tonight, but after Henrik Sedin’s goal, it was definitely back. So what exactly happened there? Let’s not talk about this season ever again.

Game 5 Los Angeles vs. Vancouver – April 22nd | NHL Highlights

Did you miss the Vancouver Canucks vs. LA Kings Sunday night? Jarret Stoll scored 4:27 into overtime, skating onto a loose puck after defenseman Dan Hamhuis was wiped out coming out of his own zone, skating in on a 2-on-1 and snapped a wrist shot over the blocker of Cory Schneider. Good night Vancouver. Jonathan Quick kept the Los Angeles Kings alive. Great save after great save.

L.A. Kings vs. Canucks Game 5 betting odds and handicapping preview Apr. 22

Free NHL Betting Odds & Picks on the L.A. Kings vs. Vancouver Canucks Game 5 Sunday night matchup. The Canucks are -175 home favourites. The over/under is set at 5. Dave likes the home team in this one. Ryan Kesler still hasn’t scored in 16 games, Alex Burrows is pointless in three games and David Booth has only one goal in 15. These 3 need to show up.

The Canucks have the lowly Kings right where they want them

NWSB insider and Vancouver Canucks writer Richard Hodges says the Canucks are coming back. What we have here is just another Vancouver first round rollercoaster special. Like Calgary in ’94, St Louis in ’03 or Chicago in ’11, the Vancouver Canucks like to get weird in the first round. You know who’s been suspiciously quiet this series? No not David Booth. Nope, not Chris Higgins. Read on…

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