Vancouver vs. Dallas – March 22nd | NHL Highlights

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Did you miss the Vancouver Canucks vs. Dallas Stars Thursday night? The Canucks’ Mason Raymond stepped in for the injured Daniel Sedin on the top line with Henrik Sedin and Alex Burrows, contributing a goal and an assist as the Canucks beat the Dallas Stars 2-1 at American Airlines Center on Thursday night. It was a 25 save night from Cory Schneider — including one on a second-period penalty shot by Mike Ribeiro.

Vancouver vs. Chicago – March 21st | NHL Highlights

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Did you miss the Vancouver Canucks vs. Chicago Blackhawks Wednesday night? Andrew Shaw’s goal at 2:42 of overtime gave the Chicago Blackhawks an emotional 2-1 victory against the Canucks at the United Center on Wednesday night. Chicago has now won five straight, while Vancouver has dropped two in a row. Chicago’s Corey Crawford was sharp. Alexandre Burrows & Zack Kassian played with heart.

Vancouver vs. Minnesota – March 19th | NHL Highlights

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Did you miss the Vancouver Canucks vs. Minnesota Wild. Monday night? Minnesota got on the board late in the first period on a power-play goal by Erik Christensen, who started the play with the puck in the right corner. Josh Harding stoned the Canucks at every turn, picking up his 10th win overall. His previous shutout came way back on the 29th of October against Detroit. Cory Schneider took the loss.

Columbus vs. Vancouver – March 17th | NHL Highlights

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Did you miss the Columbus Blue Jacket vs. Vancouver Canucks Saturday night? Daniel Sedin scored his second goal of the game via the with 4:41 left as the Canucks snapped their recent funk with a 4-3 win against the Blue Jackets at Rogers Arena. Cory Schneider, making his second start in 17 days with Roberto Luongo struggling of late, made 33 saves.

Phoenix vs. Vancouver – March 14th | NHL Highlights

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Did you miss the Phoenix Coyotes vs. Vancouver Canucks Wednesday night? Ray Whitney had three assists and Mike Smith finished with 39 saves for the Coyotes win. Alexandre Burrows and Ryan Kesler, on the power play, staked the Canucks to a 2-0 lead in the first 10 minutes, but Rostislav Klesla got the Coyotes on the board and they didn’t look back. Roberto Luongo took the loss.

Montreal vs. Vancouver – March 10th | NHL Highlights

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Did you miss the Montreal Canadiens vs. Vancouver Canucks Saturday night? The Habs grabbed a 4-1 win against the Canucks at Rogers Arena. Blake Geoffrion, a fourth-generation Canadien, scored his first goal for a team his grandfather and great grandfather starred for during Hall of Fame careers. P.K. Subban had a key 5-on-3 goal 5:20 into the third period. For the Canucks, it was more of the same of late. Roberto Luongo was in net.

Winnipeg vs. Vancouver – March 8th | NHL Highlights

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Did you miss the Winnipeg Jets vs. Vancouver Canucks Thursday night? The Vancouver Canucks didn’t acquire Samuel Pahlsson for his offense. He picked a good time to chip in with a goal. Added just before the Feb. 27 trade deadline to be a third-line checking center, Pahlsson took a drop pass from Kevin Bieksa in the high slot and wired a slap shot over the glove of a stunned Ondrej Pavelec.

Dallas vs. Vancouver – March 6th | NHL Highlights

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Did you miss the Dallas Stars vs. Vancouver Canucks Tuesday night? Richard Bachman made his best stops when the game was tight, including a diving glove to take a rebound chance away from Ryan Kesler to keep it 1-0 in the second period. Dallas center Mike Ribeiro had a heckuva game with two goals. Loui Eriksson had a goal and two helpers and Steve Ott played great. Roberto Luongo took the loss.

Buffalo vs. Vancouver – March 3rd | NHL Highlights

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Did you miss the Buffalo Sabres vs. Vancouver Canucks Saturday night? Three goals in the first 5 minutes and 10 seconds in this one spelled doom for the Canucks. Ryan Miller wasn’t incredible but he did more than Roberto Luongo did in his 5 minutes of ice time. Big two points for Buffalo. They win in Vancouver for the first time 13 years. (February of 1999). Zack Kassian had two points for Vancouver.

St. Louis vs. Vancouver – March 1st | NHL Highlights

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Did you miss the St. Louis Blues vs. Vancouver Canucks Thursday night? No first game at home after a long road trip issues Thursday. Roberto Luongo made 29 saves for his 58th career shutout, Alexandre Burrows broke a scoreless tie 4:17 into the third period and Chris Higgins added an empty-net goal with 38.1 seconds left. That was all the Canucks needed to snap a two-game skid, a GREAT defensive effort.

Vancouver vs. Phoenix – February 28th | NHL Highlights

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Did you miss the Vancouver Canucks vs. Phoenix Coyotes Tuesday night? Canucks All-Star defenseman Alex Edler’s power-play goal in the first period held up until midway through the third, when Ray Whitney netted the equalizer. Vancouver has earned at least one point in 11 of its last 12 road matches (8-1-3) and 17 of 18 overall (12-1-5). Mike Smith outbattled Cory Schneider.

Vancouver vs. Dallas – February 26th | NHL Highlights

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Did you miss the Vancouver Canucks vs. Dallas Stars Sunday afternoon? Sunday’s win ended the Stars’ seven-game losing streak against Vancouver. Dallas did an impressive job of holding Daniel Sedin and Henrik Sedin in check for the entire 60 minutes. The Sedins finished the game with just one shot between them. Roberto Luongo stopped 25 of 28 shots in a losing effort.