GLENDALE, Ariz. — Points to ponder as the Canucks managed to get a point on a night when they gave up the first goal for the 15th time in the last 19 games, were a pitiful 0-for-4 on the power play, gave the stripped-down Coyotes hope and had to score in the final minute of regulation Thursday before losing 3-2 in the shootout: 696 more words
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Three points to ponder after a sobering 6-2 loss to the Sharks on Tuesday in which Jacob Markstrom didn’t look like the oft-labelled best goaltender not playing in the NHL, the Sedins looked like they had turned back the clock and the power play looked like it was looking for something — or someone — to help get it going: 913 more words
Ed Willes and Paul Chapman delve into the strange season this has been for the Vancouver Canucks.
Beat the teams they¹re supposed to lose to, lose to the teams they¹re supposed to beat. 96 more words
The Boston Bruins will take this season’s frustrations to a whole new level if they don’t take advantage of a four-game stretch against teams currently not in a playoff position. 212 more words
In tight playoff races, these are the types of losses that can haunt a team. The Vancouver Canucks saw a 3-3 tie devolve into a 6-3 loss to the increasingly scrappy Buffalo Sabres on Thursday night. 193 more words