Entering this match up I expected the Canucks to be able to compete and also beat the Calgary Flames, who are currently three places behind Vancouver in the standings. 401 more words
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By Mike McMahon
Vancouver Canucks goalie Eddie Lack was caught napping in the 2nd period against the Calgary Flames last night when Flames tough-guy Brian McGrattan fired a puck past him from center ice for his second goal of the season, and just the eighth of his career.
In a month or so, we’ll know if this 2-1 win against the Calgary Flames really means anything for the Vancouver Canucks. Still, it’s probably not a stretch to say that things would get that much uglier if they 197 more words
There’s really never a good time for a goalie to allow a center-ice goal, but there are times that are especially inconvenient. Saturday provides one of those examples as embattled Vancouver Canucks goalie Eddie Lack gave up this regrettable tally from Calgary Flames enforcer Brian McGrattan: 33 more words
With a half an hour to go prior to the Calgary Flames vs. Vancouver Canucks tilt, and a mountain of my own to climb in terms of personal deadlines, I need to stop and reflect upon what has been the most memorable Canucks season in recent history, a history worth remembering for all of the wrong reasons. 927 more words