I think Archibald should run the goalie. He's done so very nicely before.
The Canucks need to keep turning the other cheek. Play hard within the rules, don't stand down to anyone, but keep the nonsense to a minimum. After a terrible few seasons of officiating, calls are starting to go the Canucks' way.
I think what Tiranis was trying to get at isboth Hamhuis and Bieksa are the primary puck carriers out of the d-zone for their pairings. More time with the puck more opportunity for giveaways. Just my observation.
kings fan here. I think you guys are do for a W in the head to head match up.
Always produces a good game.
As several people have pointed out there should be more a push back from your club if a kings player goes near the crease.
We're here talking Canucks 24/7, with guest visits from Province hockey writers every weekday game day. Jim Jamieson is here at 2 p.m. on Monday to set up the Canucks' appearance in L.A. against the Kings.
by The Province edited by Erik Rolfsen 11:57 AM http://live.theprovince.com/Event/Pr..._Cup_Playoffs2
Feels like the Canucks are slowly righting the ship as they work their way through this mini-slump. Tonight should be a good indicator as to whether they are on their way to playing the type of hockey they need to in order to beat the better teams.
Nice to have Edler back, should ease the load a bit for some of our other D.