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…

Flying V says 16 to go! Canucks aren’t on track towards lifting Lord Stanley’s Cup

The Flying V’s own Kevin Vanstone is back with a new feature counting down the wins to lifting Lord Stanley’s mug for the Vancouver Canucks. While they now sit 1 game down to the Los Angeles Kings in the West Quarterfinal, Kevin says they are NOT on track to winning hockey’s holy grail. Things could change though after Game 2. Will Daniel Sedin be back to partner with brother Henrik Sedin? Byron Bitz will be out.

Avalanche vs. Vancouver Canucks Blog: Love’ Em & Hate’ Em

Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win over the Colorado Avalanche. A nice 6-0 win for Vancouver. It an understandable rule quirk but through no fault of Roberto Luongo or Cory Schneider no one gets credit for the shutout per official NHL rules. Daniel Sedin had a nice hat trick.

The Rookie: Vancouver Canucks Cody Hodgson under the spotlight

Canucks blogger Steve Lee brings us a good piece on the Vancouver Canucks today. Cody Hodgson is under the spotlight for the Canucks, who right now is playing well enough to hold down his spot as the middle man on the third line on the Canucks. Hodgson is miles behind many of his draft class mates.

Game 16 Wrap-Up: Vancouver Canucks Get by Kings 3-2

Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 16 matchup between the Vancouver Canucks and Los Angeles Kings. The Canucks must bring a full 60 minute effort tonight in Anaheim after an easy go in Los Angeles. Aaron Rome capped off an all-Canucks first period with his fourth NHL goal. Roberto Luongo was in net for the win.

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