Cherry Picking: Apr. 17, 2013
Battling it out with the Blues, Joslin recalled & Corrado's AHL debut
Cory Schneider played the Blues with a heavy heart following Monday's bombings in Boston, making 35 saves to salvage a single point in a rough and tumble second game in two days for the Canucks.Read
For a more in-depth look at the Canucks and Blues cage-match of a game, Thomas Drance has all the numbers you are looking for. Read
Alright, so you've read what the 'experts' had to say about the game last night, why not see what the rest of Canucks Nation was thinking on Canucks Hockey Blog's TGATT (The Game According to Twitter)? Read
Last night's game bordered on a bloodbath with playoff-like intensity as Jordan Clarke discovered "if I told you that the Blues won the hit count, would you be at all surprised by that? How about if I told you it was 22 - 21?" Read
- Frank Corrado made his Chicago Wolves debut last night in a 3-2 Wolves loss to the Milwaukee Admirals. While the Wolves were looking for a better result, Frankie had a solid debut, assisting on a goal and finishing +1. Bill Sweatt had the other goal for Chicago
- Speaking of the AHL, the Canucks have recalled former Chicago Wolves defenceman, Derek Joslin. This news comes following Kevin Bieksa's absence from the Canucks game versus St. Louis.