Zack Kassian more than just a physical presence in Canucks win over Flames
You didn’t have to be Scotty Bowman to figure out who was the best player on the ice for Vancouver last night. Zack Kassian was a force for the second game in a row and more importantly from David Ebner, “achieved something tough to pull off in Vancouver – distract at least some attention from the question of the team’s goaltending.”
Parallels with Patriots not lost on Canucks goalie Schneider
With Cory Schneider taking the reins as the Canucks starting goaltender, Ed Willes from the Province picks up the similarities in this situation and one that took place over a decade ago in New England with a certain QB.
The wait is off Schroeder's shoulders
Iain MacIntyre looks into Jordan Schroeder’s days growing up in Minnesota and the lead up to his first NHL game.
Canucks douse Flames, get into win colummn
Thomas Drance from Canucks Army with a good breakdown on the Canucks new lines.And for those stat-geeks out there he’s analyzed the Canucks scoring chances because he’s good at that stuff.
Like They Were Never Gone
Katie Baker takes us on a jaunt through the best goals, chirps and tweets from the first week of the NHL season.
- Zack Kassain turns 22 today. So firstly, Happy Birthday! To celebrate let's see that slick shootout move from last night just one more time.
- As Derek Jory noted, NHL.com blessed Kassian with perhaps the best headline they've come up with yet (high praise, they've come up with some real beauties).
- You may have noticed Cory Schneider bumbling the puck in the first period in his crease. We have a sneaking suspicion he may have been slightly distracted.
- and in actual hockey news, Brendan Gaunce, the Canucks first round pick in 2012, had two more goals in the Belleville Bulls win last night. That gives the centre 12 points in 8 games through January (7-5) and 35 on the season.
- Canucks prospects in action today include Henrik Tommernes in the SEL against Byrnas and David Hoznik may be getting another start for the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles following a strong 24 save win on Tuesday.
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