Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win on Tuesday night over the Anaheim Ducks. The Canucks are now tied for first in the league. Meanwhile, Henrik Sedin set up camp near the face-off dot on the powerplay and hung out with the puck for like two hours while he calculated the percentages of every possible play. Pure Sweetness.
Atop the peak of Mount Sinai, Moses once received the Ten Commandments from God. Similarly, Alex Edler once received the Ten Commandments to being a Vancouver Canucks fan from Roger Nielson outside Rogers Arena. He passed them on the our Canucks Insider Josh Hall to pass on to you, the fellow fan. Abide by these and your Canucks fandom can never be questioned.
How big would it be for the Vancouver Canucks to win out and take a nine game winning streak into the playoffs? How do the players go about their game when their best offensive cog is out indefinitely? Are the Anaheim Ducks worth a second look? NWSB Canucks Insider Josh Hall answers these questions in his preview for the 3rd to last game. Maxim Lapierre is doing his best Daniel Sedin impression currently.
It should be a cakewalk says Vancouver Canucks Insider Josh Hall. With the Calgary Flames all but out of playoff contention, do they have the energy to spoil Vancouver’s chase for the Western crown? Can Henrik Sedin follow up a 3 Assist night vs. Dallas with something better? Will Roberto Luongo be ready to go come puck drop after sitting out with a sore neck Friday?
Is it just me or are the Vancouver Canucks winning but still not getting any credit? Yes, it’s been four in a row now and NWSB Insider Josh Hall says it’s about time we trust the Captain Henrik Sedin. Who will start against the Dallas Stars Friday? Should it be Cory Schneider? He’s the only one to beat them in three tries. Bah humbug to all you bandwagoners. Shame on you.
NWSB Vancouver Canucks Insider Josh Hall slits this game down it’s very thin throat and calls a Vancouver win over the Colorado Avalanche. While the Avs basically need this victory to stay alive in the playoff race, they are 0/5 with a couple loser points against the Canucks this season. Via the teams twitter account Tuesday backup Cory Schneider will start. Read on for the better stuff because this is just a silly excerpt.
NWSB Vancouver Canucks Insider Josh Hall tells you what to for when our boys in blue and green take on the LA Kings Monday night. With Daniel Sedin out, can brother Henrik Sedin turn on the jets? How will Roberto Luongo look as he continues to heat up towards the playoffs? What will Anze Kopitar have to say about the suddenly surging Canucks as they try to secure a playoff spot in the West?
NWSB Vancouver Canucks Inside Josh Hall rumbles down the top keys to Saturday night’s tilt with the Colorado Avalanche. Is Gabriel Landeskog someone the Canucks should really be afraid of now or down the road? Is this a first round playoff preview? When will Daniel Sedin return and should we even worry about it right now. Assume Roberto Luongo is in net. Read on young grasshoppers.
NWSB Vancouver Canucks insider Josh Hall implores fans to be patient in the home stretch. It could be a grind or it could be a snoozefest. Is Ryan Kesler the key to the powerplay being successful? Can Alex Burrows assist in the exorcising of the demons once again versus the Chicago Blackhawks. We’re sure Patrick Kane will have something to say about that.
NWSB Vancouver Canucks Insider Josh Hall breaks down the three most important Canucks qualms heading into Monday’s tilt against the Monnesota Wild. What is up with Roberto Luongo and Cory Schneider? Is Alex Burrows angry? He should be. How about that Edler goal eh? Are the Canucks past their end of season slump?
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win on Saturday night over the Columbus Blue Jackets. Really creepy After Hours last night where Scott Oake brought up the infamous Chris Higgins ab shot not once but twice. The play of the night, and perhaps the Canucks goal of the year, came from Alex Edler.