As promised on Episode 30, here is the infamous “Playoff Sweater” sequence from the Vancouver Canucks vs. Calgary Flames 2004 Western Conference Quarterfinals game seven.
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Canucks Game Day: No peanut butter and jam, can McCann measure up?, how hungry is Etem?, trust in Prust?
NEW YORK — Points to ponder as Daniel tries to move past Markus Naslund for franchise goals, without the aid of the injured Henrik; Jared McCann tries to handle the hype of supplanting Henrik on the top line; Bo Horvat tries to handle a first-unit power-play role; and Emerson Etem goes up against the club that traded him. 1,532 more words
A day after Daniel Sedin praised the man whose franchise scoring record he is about to eclipse, Markus Naslund returned the favour.
As you can imagine, Naslund isn’t exactly devastated that Sedin has tied his mark of 346 goals as a Vancouver Canuck. 659 more words
Hockey’s West Coast Express will be back next Monday at Rogers Arena— albeit in loafers, not on skates.
The Vancouver Canucks announced today that former linemates Markus Naslund, Todd Bertuzzi and Brendan Morrison will take part in a ceremonial puck drop prior to next Monday night’s game against the visiting Buffalo Sabres. 155 more words
With 2015-16 being the 20th anniversary of the arena formerly nicknamed “The Garage,” the Canucks are going to put on a bit of a show. 151 more words
Ronning's OT Goal in Game 6 Propels 6th-seeded '92-'93 Canucks To Qualifier Final Over 7th-seeded '01-'02 Canucks
The opening game of this series was tied 2-2 after the first period. In the second, the 7th-seeded ’01-’02 Canucks scored three times and took a 5-3 lead into the third period. 696 more words
- ’10-’11 Vancouver Canucks (54-19-9, 117 points (1st in Northwest), Lost in Stanley Cup Final)
- ’93-’94 Vancouver Canucks (41-40-3, 85 points (2nd in Pacific), Lost in Stanley Cup Final) 282 more words