Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win on Thursday night over the Winnipeg Jets. It really ruins the “Canucks will miss Cody Hodgson’s scoring” narrative when Sami Pahlsson steps up and scores the game winner. A win for Cory Schneider who has been content to learn from the best and compete for the cup with his team.
Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 68 matchup between the Winnipeg Jets and the Vancouver Canucks. Ryan Kesler opened the scoring shorthanded early in the second period, and Cory Schneider made 30 saves as the Canucks snapped a two-game regulation losing skid. Ex-Canuck Kyle Wellwood scored for the Jets as did Blake Wheeler.
NWSB Insider Josh Hall one of our Vancouver Canucks writers runs down the main story-lines heading into the Canucks first matchup with the Winnipeg Jets since February 1996. When and where will Henrik Sedin and Daniel Sedin bump their frustrating slumps? How will hometown heroes Evander Kane and Andrew Ladd perform for the hopefully playoff bound Jets? A rivalry is renewed Thursday night.
Richard Hodges brings us a fun Vancouver Canucks article today. If the Canucks could bring back any player from their past to join the club now, who should they choose? Richard brings us his top 5 including Giiiiiino Odjick and Trevor Linden, Mattias Ohlund, and yes even Cam Neely.
It’s 2011 Vancouver Canucks vs. Toronto Maple Leafs (West vs. East) smack talk time. Next up is the Maple Leafs, and Richard has 5 reasons he can’t stand their hockey team. Did you know since the Canucks entered the league, neither have won the cup. Ex-Canucks GM Brian Burke and his golden boy Phil Kessel hope to change that. Ryan Kesler, and Roberto Luongo stand in their way.