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Sharks overcome early deficit, injuries to finish road trip with third straight win

Source | 12 hrs ago.

VANCOUVER --Timo Meier's second goal of the game snapped a third-period tie and the San Jose Sharks beat the Vancouver Canucks 5-3 on Saturday night for their fourth consecutive victory. Logan Couture and Kevin Labanc each had a goal and an assist, and Tomas Hertl scored into an empty net with 25 seconds remaining for the Sharks, who are 7-2-0 in their last nine games. Nikolay Goldobin, Alex Edler and Bo Horvat scored power-play goals and Sam Gagner had two assists for the Canucks, who lost their sixth consecutive game - their longest losing streak of the season.

Trending Topics: Do the Canucks have any sort of plan?

Source | 2 days ago.

It has not been pretty for the Vancouver Canucks. It is obviously something of a fluke if a team goes 212:09 without scoring a single goal. A 3-0 loss in Anaheim, the team’s fifth straight L and third straight game without scoring a single sad solitary goal, eliminated the Canucks from playoff contention for the third consecutive season, and fourth in the last five years.

PHT Morning Skate: Vezina for Rinne; Hobey Baker Award top 10

Source | 3 days ago.

• Why it’s Pekka Rinne’s Vezina Trophy to lose. • The Dallas Stars are once again playing for their playoff lives. • James Neal’s been out for the Vegas Golden Knights, but others have stepped up the offense in his absence.

Gibson notches third shutout as Ducks blank Canucks

Source | 3 days ago.

John Gibson made 32 saves for his third shutout of the season as the Anaheim Ducks blanked the visiting Vancouver Canucks 3-0 on Wednesday night. Gibson posted his 15th career shutout as the Ducks moved into a tie for third place in the Pacific Division with the Los Angeles Kings. The Ducks also moved into a tie for the second wild-card berth in the Western conference with Colorado and Dallas.

Puck Daddy Countdown: Let's take a second to appreciate Ovechkin

Source | 4 days ago.

Alex Ovechkin’s scoring prowess may even be under-appreciated. The local MLS team in Vancouver planned a giveaway of free tickets for every goal the Canucks scored against the Kings on Monday. The Canucks lost 3-0.

Quick, Kings blank Canucks 3-0

Source | 5 days ago.

Goaltender Jonathan Quick stopped 35 shots for his fourth shutout of the season as the hometown Los Angeles Kings blanked the Vancouver Canucks 3-0 on Monday night. With the win, the Kings moved above the National Hockey League playoff bar. Tyler Toffoli led the Kings with a goal and an assist, while Anze Kopitar, Tanner Pearson also tallied for the Kings as they posted their eighth win in 12 games.

Coyotes risk spoiling their draft lottery odds

Source | 5 days ago.

To some extent, the Arizona Coyotes should take wins when they can get them. Last night provided almost too-perfect an example, as the Vancouver Canucks and Coyotes squared off in something of a Tank Bowl. It came down to the dying seconds with an exasperated Daniel Sedin unable to beat Darcy Kuemper, who recorded his first shutout with Arizona as the Coyotes won 1-0.

Ekman-Larsson, Kuemper lead Coyotes past Canucks, 1-0

Source | 6 days ago.

Darcy Kuemper bounced back nicely for the Arizona Coyotes. Just 2 1/2 weeks after being acquired in a trade with the Los Angeles Kings - and one night after being worked over in a 5-2 loss at Colorado - the goalkeeper earned his 11th career shutout with a 1-0 victory over Vancouver on Sunday night, his and Arizona's second win over the Canucks in four days. Oliver Ekman-Larsson scored on a power play for the only goal Kuemper needed.

Puck Daddy Countdown: Boeser's bonuses and Eugene's letter

Source | 10 days ago.

Brock Boeser’s bonuses mean what for the Vancouver Canucks? (Getty) 7. The Leafs “Losers of four straight,” doesn’t exactly flatter them, though two were in overtime and all were on the road. The good enws is the Leafs’ old problems — i.e. giving up 40

Stepan's late goal lifts Coyotes over Canucks 2-1

Source | 10 days ago.

Clayton Keller is playing more like a seasoned veteran than a wide-eyed rookie. Keller scored in the first period and assisted on Derek Stepan's winning goal with 58 seconds left in the third, leading the Coyotes to a 2-1 victory over the Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday night. ''Last 12 games, he's got a lot of juice,'' Coyotes coach Rick Tocchet said.

Canucks announce Brock Boeser will make full recovery in 4-6 weeks

Source | 12 days ago.

There was a scary moment toward the end of the Vancouver Canucks’ come-from-behind win on Monday night when rookie sensation Brock Boeser crashed into the boards in front of the bench, slamming his back against the opening where the door to the team’s bench had been opened. After being helped to the locker room Boeser was taken to a local hospital for precautionary reasons. On Tuesday, the team offered an update on Boeser’s status and announced he is expected to make a full recovery from his injury in four-to-six weeks.

Canucks prospect surpasses Peter Forsberg's Swedish scoring mark

Source | 16 days ago.

Elias Pettersson is well on his way to becoming a regular in the Vancouver Canucks lineup sooner rather than later, but for now, the 19-year-old is busy tearing apart Sweden's top league.

Why the Golden Knights got involved in Derick Brassard deal

Source | 22 days ago.

If Vegas Golden Knights general manager George McPhee is to be believed, getting forward Ryan Reaves and a draft pick while not having to give up anything but some cap space was the meal ticket. McPhee, who spoke to the media in Las Vegas during the first intermission of their game against the Vancouver Canucks on Friday, said they added grit to their lineup with Reaves after the Golden Knights were one of three teams involved in a wild trade that ultimately sent Derick Brassard from Ottawa to Pittsburgh. Reaves, McPhee said, is a tough guy who can do more than just dole out physical punishment.

Canucks grant three-year extension to D Gudbranson

Source | 24 days ago.

The Vancouver Canucks and defenseman Erik Gudbranson agreed to a three-year, $12 million extension, the club announced on Tuesday. The 26-year-old Gudbranson is in his second season with the Canucks. "Erik is an important part of our team and provides a physical element to our blueline," general manager Jim Benning said in a statement.

Olympic Commentator Makes Light of Domestic Abuse

Source | 27 days ago.

Former L.A. Kings hockey player Slava Voynov was convicted of domestic abuse in 2014 and indefinitely suspended from the National Hockey League. Since leaving the United States following the conviction, Voynov has played in the Kontinental Hockey League for SKA St. Petersburg, which receives substantial funding from Russian state gas company Gazprom. "I know that he's a good player and obviously he deserves to be here," teammate Mikhail Grigorenko told The Associated Press after practice at the Games.