NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Kevin “The Flying V” Vanstone tells us tonights five things to look out for. The Vancouver Canucks will look to get back into the win column tonight against Montreal Canadiens as they continue their early season road swing tonight on Hockey Night In Canada. Mike Santorelli has been one of the Canucks’ most consistent players to start the season, and has been rewarded with a starting spot alongside Henrik Sedin and Daniel Sedin tonight
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the loss on Saturday night to the Montreal Canadiens. Richard has message for P.K. Subban. Hey PK I really want to be a fan of yours but you need to stop with the stupid stuff and going after guys like Henrik Sedin. Am I saying it’s time for everyone to panic? Yes, Yes I am.
Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 69 matchup between the Montreal Canadiens and the Vancouver Canucks. The Canucks have just one win in four games and are 2-3-2 in their last seven, falling three points behind St. Louis atop the Western Conference. Roberto Luongo finished with 31 stops and Daniel Sedin and Henrik Sedin were split up.
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges points out with the transaction this week to bring Chris Tanev back to the big club from the Chicago Wolves, this isn’t a panic call-up by the Canucks but rather a testament to their depth that they can afford to keep such a fine prospect in the minors and save him for when they really need him. Alain Vigneault called him an emotional flat-liner.
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges tells us one of the lasting, iconic images of the Stanley Cup Final was Brad Marchand using Daniel Sedin as a speedbag. To that end, here are five helpful suggestions for Daniel Sedin to extract revenge on Brad Marchand. For starters he should Make Fun Of His Nose.
Vancouver Canucks blogger C-Mac dips into the Moments In Time series at NWSB for his next blog post about the Vancouver Canucks WORST ever NHL draft picks. He ranks them from 5 thru 1. Petr Nedved, Jason Herter, Patrick White, Libor Polasek, and Dan Woodley all make the list. Would you make any changes to this list? Who would you add?