NWSB Insider & Blogger J.D. Burke weighs in on the antics surrounding last night’s game with the Los Angeles Kings, and provides insight on the Canucks newly found mean streak. The good, the bad and the ugly… it’s all there, in detail, for your reading pleasure. The Sedins not only aren’t fighters, but they shouldn’t have to be.
The Vancouver Canucks visit the Los Angeles Kings tonight for their fourth meeting of the season opening another California adventure at the Staples Center.
NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger is back from camping in the Strathcona Park wilderness and reports on the BIG news today out of Vancouver that the Canucks have locked up 26 year old netminder Cory Schneider to a 3-year $12 million dollar contract. Seems like one more final nail in the coffin for Roberto Luongo’s stay in Vancouver. A well deserved raise for Schneidz.
The World Championships of Hockey are underway in Finland and Sweden but Vancouver Canucks netminder Cory Schneider is absent from team USA’s roster. Where does he sit with the program that has been beat by Canada in the gold medal game in 2 of the last 3 Olympic mens’ hockey tournaments? Does Schneider have what it takes to be better than Jonathan Quick?
Kevin Vanstone, Vancouver Canucks Insider Blogger updates us on the Canucks chances at coming back and what’s going right and wrong for both teams. The Los Angeles Kings still have Jonathan Quick playing relatively well despite 3 goals allowed in Game 4 and the Canucks have Daniel Sedin back. Who holds the advantage and momentum going forward?
The Vancouver Canucks are still down 3-1 in their opening round series against the Los Angeles Kings but insider Josh Hall says Canucks Nation seems a little too optimistic. Will common sense be the difference as Ryan Kesler aka Guzzler and Alex Burrows strive to find their game? Can Cory Schneider hold the fort while Roberto Luongo rides the pine? Time will tell if Vancouver lives to fight another day.
Vancouver Canucks writer Josh Hall brings back Birthday presents with Alex Edler turning 26 on Saturday. What does one get a hulking Swedish hockey player? Cats or dogs? Framed photos? Jonathan Quick of the Los Angeles Kings even has something in store. Read on and find out.
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win on Wednesday night in game four to the LA Kings. It’s been a long slow slide for Mason Raymond hasn’t it? His blunder led to the Kings only goal of the night by Anze Kopitar. What a difference an Art Ross winner makes. With Daniel Sedin back in the lineup Henrik Sedin and he prooved whats been missing.
Your Vancouver Canucks are down 3 bone to the Los Angeles Kings and Josh Hall our Canucks Insider says forget about keys to the game. They need to do everything in their power to win. However, he also says it’s about the fans in this call to all of you reading this. Daniel Sedin will be back in the lineup most likely with Henrik Sedin and David Booth, Alex Burrows will play with Ryan Kesler, and Mason Raymond.
NWSB insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Kevin Vanstone is back with his third instalment of Canucks Playoff Wins Remaining. This time, it’s with more doubt as the Los Angeles Kings have taken a 3-0 series lead over the Canucks, with many thanks to Captain Dustin Brown who has 4 goals. Henrik Sedin and Daniel Sedin will play on a line with David Booth most likely.
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the loss on Sunday night in game three to the LA Kings. Let’s just say the chances the Canucks go no further than a couple more games is greater than the chance of a miracle comeback. The move to start Cory Schneider was a purely tactical move, if Roberto Luongo was in net we’d see the same result.
The Vancouver Canucks find themselves in a must win situation Sunday night as they really do not want to go down three games to none. It is not an option if they plan to move on in these playoffs. Who do they turn to to beat the Los Angeles Kings? Roberto Luongo? Ryan Kesler? Chris Higgins? Nope; it’s the Boston Bruins. Believe baby, that’s all us fans need to do.