Ryan Miller was victorious in his return to St. Louis, making 31 saves, and the Vancouver Canucks scored three times in the third period to beat the Blues 4-1 on Thursday night.
Nick Bonino, Linden Vey and Jannik Hansen all scored in the third period to help the Canucks (4-2-0, 8 points) snap a two-game losing streak and make a winner of Miller, who signed a three-year, $18 million...
Via AP on Fox
4 hours ago
There is nothing better than a good old fashion sports blooper, and Vancouver Canucks forward Zack Kassian was kind enough to provide us with one. The Canucks botched a line change and the alert Kassian did what he could to get off the ice and that meant he jumped into the St. Louis Blues bench. […]
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ST. LOUIS (AP) Ryan Miller made 31 saves in his return to St. Louis and the Vancouver Canucks scored three times in the third period to beat the Blues 4-1 on Thursday night.
Nick Bonino, Linden Vey and Jannik Hansen all scored in the third period to help the Canucks (4-2-0, 8 points) snap a two-game losing streak. The Blues fell to 2-3-1 with their second consecutive loss.
Via AP on Fox
5 hours ago
There was a very funny moment from tonight's game between the Vancouver Canucks and St. Louis Blues. Forward Zack Kassian jumped into the opponent's bench, after noticing the Canucks had too-many-men on the ice.
The Vancouver Canucks had too many men on the ice and Zack Kassian tried his best to avoid a penalty by jumping in the Blues’ bench. Though he never actually made it past the boards, Kassian received an earful from Steve Ott.
Usually you see things get pretty physical when an opposing player tries to jump in your bench, but it looks like the Blues were too shocked by Kassian suddenly...
Vancouver Canucks right winger Zack Kassian tried to hop into the bench after noticing his team had too many men on the ice during Thursday night's game in St. Louis. Unfortunately, Kassian apparently wasn't paying close enough attention and ended up jumping halfway into the Blues bench. Kassian caught himself once he realized his mistake, but it was obviously an extremely...
Yes, Ryan Miller wants to play. He wants to play every game, but the truth is he wants to play some more than others.
Like Thursday night’s game here against the St. Louis Blues.
Miller acknowledges it’s a game that has special meaning, given what happened in the Show Me State of Missouri last spring.
Miller arrived at the trade deadline from Buffalo as a key piece of the...
It might be Miller Time all the time somewhere in the world, but last night in Vancouver it was anything but. Ryan Miller (L, 8 SV, 5 GA, .615%) was bounced from the game shortly after the start of the third period after he coughed up five flippin’ goals on just 13 shots. This might make some of his owners panic, but I’m here to quell your worries, so relax guy! Most of the goals...
from Tony Gallagher of the Vancouver Province,
If you happen to be a Vancouver Canucks fan a little prone to paranoid feelings about your team, Tuesday night’s 6-3 loss in Dallas presented a considerable quandary.
This team presented so many worries it was hard to differentiate which was the most distressing.
Was it the fact they gave up six goals being dynamited out...
Signs asking a hockey player to marry you are so last year. The new thing to do is to hold up a sign asking an extremely inappropriate question.
Such as this one held up by a fan for Kevin Bieksa.
If you can’t make it out, that says: Bieksa Can I Swallow Your Juice?
The family-friendly NHL, everyone!
(H/T Reddit Hockey)
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A rough night for a young Canucks fan was made a little better thanks to Vancouver center Henrik Sedin.
The fan -- sporting a Canucks jersey during a match with the Oilers in Edmonton -- was struck by a puck late in the second period, and appeared to be bleeding as he was escorted from the arena to be treated.
Canucks players took notice of the fan's injury, and Sedin stepped...
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It looks as though the Vancouver Canucks 2013 first round pick could be making his regular season debut soon. According to NBCSports ProHockeyTalk, Canucks center Bo Horvat will be available to head coach Willie Desjardins if needed after practicing with the team for the first time since suffering a shoulder injury.#181640967 / gettyimages.comHorvat has recovered from a shoulder...
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Jordan Subban did something pretty cool Tuesday night, but his impressive feat was overshadowed by a questionable choice from a local newspaper. The Vancouver Canucks forward wasted no time making quite an impact, as he ended up scoring a goal on his first shot of his first shift. Although it was only a preseason game, the goal marked the first in the NHL for the 2013 fourth-round...