NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Kevin “The Flying V” Vanstone tells us Tuesday’s things to look out for in the Canucks vs. Phoenix Coyotes matchup. The Vancouver Canucks visit Mike Smith and the Phoenix Coyotes tonight for a battle between two of the Western Conference’s hottest teams. Coyotes will have their hands full tonight with Vancouver’s top trio of Ryan Kesler, Henrik Sedin, and Daniel Sedin
NWSB Gambling insider Dave B previews the Coyotes vs. Vancouver Canucks game tonight. His headline, For The Gamblers! Surging Canucks Host Desperate Coyotes Monday Night. Henrik Sedin has two goals and three assists over the past two games, Daniel Sedin has four points in two games and Alex Burrows has five points in five games. Cory Schneider will again start in goal, and Ryan Kesler will be back in the lineup after injury tonight.
Richard Hodges previews the Vancouver Canucks vs. Phoenix Coyotes March 21st matchup. Richard says before Shane Doan scored in the third period Thursday, the Phoenix Coyotes had gone 245 minutes and 32 seconds without a goal. They’ve also lost four straight in that span, dropping out of the playoffs for now. David Booth has a high ankle sprain. Zack Kassian has his back issues that make it tough to predict when he gets back in the line-up.
NWSB Betting insider Dave B has his free NHL Betting Odds & Picks on the Vancouver Canucks vs. Phoenix Coyotes Thursday night matchup. The Canucks are -110 road favorites. Dave says the Phoenix Coyotes will be happy to be home where they have been solid as of late. He points out Dan Hamhuis has one point in his last six games and Chris Higgins is now pointless in his last five. Vancouver will look for a rare 60 minute effort on Thursday.
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the loss on Tuesday night to the Phoenix Coyotes. Mason Raymond, you have to stop falling down. Even Bambi had this figured out by now. It’s no longer adorable, it’s just sad. Sami Pahlsson’s acquisition was overshadowed a wee bit on Monday, but it is freeing Ryan Kesler up for more offensive zone starts.
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.
Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 64 matchup between the Vancouver Canucks and the Phoenix Coyotes. The Canucks lost the game 2-1 in a shootout. Ray Whitney tied the game with 10:17 left and teamed with Mikkel Boedker for shootout goals to give Phoenix their third shootout win in the last four games. Alex Elder and Mason Raymond came up empty in the shootout.
Free NHL Betting Odds & Picks on the Vancouver Canucks vs. Phoenix Coyotes Tuesday night matchup. The Canucks are -115 road favorites. The over/under is 5. Dave likes the home team in this one. Vancouver will likely have three new faces in the lineup. Chemistry is a funny thing. Manny Malhotra, David Booth, Mason Raymond, and Jannik Hansen need to step up their games.
NWSB Vancouver Canucks insider Josh Hall takes a look at what the Nuckies have to do to win in hockey starved Glendale, Arizona, We’re just kidding about the hockey starved part. Can Henrik Sedin keep his team focused coming off the huge Cody Hodgson trade? Will the red-hot Phoenix Coyotes just be too much? Will Sami Pahlsson and Zack Kassian contribute right away? Check it!
Josh Hall one of our Vancouver Canucks bloggers is back with his Monday Vancouver Canucks vs.Phoenix Coyotes matchup preview. 7:00 p.m. PT, on Rogers Sportsnet. The Canucks and Coyotes played once this season, back on November 25th, and the Canucks won 5-0. Sami Salo, Ryan Kesler, David Booth, Maxim Lapierre and Alex Burrows all scored en route to a Cory Schneider shutout.