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Vancouver Canucks beat San Jose Sharks, lead NHL with 55 points
SAN JOSE, Calif. Alexandre Burrows scored at 8:57 of the third period and the Vancouver Canucks held on to beat the San Jose Sharks 4-3 Monday night. Daniel Sedin, Alexander Edler and Jannik
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Vancouver Canucks beat San Jose Sharks, lead NHL with 55 points
SAN JOSE, Calif. Alexandre Burrows scored at 8:57 of the third period and the Vancouver Canucks held on to beat the San Jose Sharks 4-3 Monday night. Daniel Sedin, Alexander Edler and Jannik
Vancouver Canucks beat San Jose Sharks, lead NHL with 55 points
SAN JOSE, Calif. Alexandre Burrows scored at 8:57 of the third period and the Vancouver Canucks held on to beat the San Jose Sharks 4-3 Monday night. Daniel Sedin, Alexander Edler and Jannik
NHL POWER RANKINGS, WEEK 13: CANUCKS TAKE TOP SPOT IN WEST, DEFENDING CHAMPS PLUMMET
Jonathan Daniel Getty Images 3 months ago: CHICAGO OCTOBER 20: Patrick Sharp #10 of a Chicago Blackhawks battles for carry out of a puck wth Alexander Edler #23 of a Vancouver Canucks during a United Center upon Oct twenty 2010 in Chicago Illinois. The Blackhawks degraded a Canucks 2-1 in a shootout. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) View full distance print After twelve weeks of dominance, a energy of a Detroit Red Wings atop a West ends this week with a manoeuvre detat by a Vancouver Canucks. Meanwhile, an aged czar fal
Leafs HQ Fantasy Hockey Guide (2010-2011 season)
Welcome to the first LeafsHQ fantasy hockey help/guide article! This is one where Ill present a so far successful look at a great game called fantasy hockey. Ill speak about draft strategy and look at the best sleepers available. So, for anyone that needs help with his/her team, this is the place to be. Keep in mind that this is primarily a 12 player recipe at yahoo.com, but can be used for other formats and sites as well. So, here goes. DRAFTING Draft is where you spend a majority of your thinking time in fantasy so important, as an adjective to describe the draft with, is an understatement. Drafting decides the majority of your success in fantasy leagues so lets get this one right. First off, its good to notice that the position that has a real lack of talent in the NHL is LW. Also, since a majority of fantasy leagues values goaltender stats as most valuable, its wise to keep goaltending picks really high too. Your first pick should always be the BPA (best player available), so whatever your draft position is, you should always look to sign an offensive stud or a high end, elite and workhorse goaltender. This is fairly obvious, but Ill point out some good ones just for kicks. The obvious first pick is Alexander Ovechkin. Dont be fooled by Crosby being the best out there or Stamkos having a monster of a year last time around. Ovechkin is the BEST fantasy option there is. He covers the weakest (talent wise) position in the NHL, the LW, he will be the league leader in shots on goal, plus/minus and probably goals, he gets PIMs (penalty minutes) and will be amongst the leaders in PP points. All that should be more than enough to convince you. Naturally Sid comes in second. A virtual lock for 100 or more points, he is the best player in the NHL. Henrik and Daniel Sedin, N. Backstrom are all poised to have monster years. Duncan Keith, Drew Doughty and Mike Green are the only three defensemen you can justify taking as your 1st overall pick since all three will repeat last seasons efforts. Besides, having that extra offense on the back end can easily be the difference from coming in first or second. The major criteria for goaltenders is how many games a year will they play, how good is a team theyre playing for and last but not least, their overall skill level and reputation. For example, Ill always draft Roberto Luongo before Ryan Miller, just because I dont believe that the Sabres defense is any good this year. Miller will still have great stats but Luongos win count will be better because of Vancouvers strength and depth. There are some great goalies that can be had at later selections like Jonas Hiller, Antti Niemi, Marty Turco, Steve Mason and Kari Lehtonen but other than Hiller and maybe Niemi I dont recommend any of them for the No1 slot. Number two is good, three is perfect. I managed to get Steve Mason or Kari Lehtonen with the last couple of selections as my No3 goalie in most of my leagues. Having a starting goaltender as your No3 minimizes the risk of gambling on Tukka Rask having a monster year yet again and drafting him with one of your early selections. Basically, what Im looking for in a draft is good medium to low picks. You cant go very wrong in picking among the top 40-70 players, barring injury, but what you do in later rounds often determines the outcome of your fantasy game. But lets take care of a couple of my personal rules first. You MUST pick your starting top goaltender in the top four rounds of the draft. You MUST take at least two elite scorers in the top two rounds of the draft. You MUST identify your sleepers and make sure (either by doing mock drafts, or having multiple teams) that your sleepers are indeed sleepers. You MUST take the goal, goalie wins and the SO categories as your most important categories when choosing players. SLEEPERS Lets start this section by identifying what exactly constitutes as a sleeper. Its a player that very few people are aware of, and its your projection hell have a great year. But, because of the aforementioned few people, you can save him for one of your late picks and build other needed positions. Contrary to popular belief, good sleepers are not that hard to find. If you have a player like, oh I dont know, Brad Boyes, who had a bad last year, but whos still young, whos playing on good team and a playoff contender and who has averaged 0.88 and 0.79 PPG, had 114 points in 164 games in the two seasons prior to last year then Id say hes a safe bet. Also, in my 8 leagues, Boyes has been picked only once with the last selection by one other player (besides me) and hes on wavers in about 60-80% of the 12 player leagues. There are a number of other guys than can be taken late and are great assets to your team: Tyler Bozak never gets picked, could go as high as 60 points this year. Projected first line center on our Leafs, on an improved line. Kris Versteeg finally ready to play a top six role, hell relish in the challenge. Projected right behind Phil Kessel in goals for the Blue and White Ryan Clowe almost never gets picked, you can count on 55 points, good number of goals and a steady supply of PIMs. He also plays LW, which is a valuable position and plays on a Cup contending team that owns the regular season Jiri Hudler Mike Babcock said that he expects 70 points out of him. Hes a lock for PP minutes on a very strong Wings team and will get a chance to be a top six forward with the team. Babcock likes him and his skill level is very high. I have never seen him get picked in any of my 8 leagues. PK Subban I expect a grand rookie season out of this guy, especially with what he showed in the last years playoffs. Take him low, as your No3 defenseman and expect numbers similar to those of Tyler Myers last year. Patrick Sharp Yahoo made a mess of the rankings with him. A very very low ranking makes him a fantastic steal during the later rounds especially because hes dependable (65 points easily), plays dual position (LW/C) and you can use him to fill up. David Krejci Ok, not an elite guy, but if you have trouble at C this is your pick. I project around 60 points for this guy especially with the improved scoring of the Bees. Jordan Eberle Taylor Hall is a big gamble, but this guy could steal the rookie of the year race. Hes Canadas golden boy, and for good reason. Over a point per game production in the AHL (14 points in 11 games) is nothing to sneeze at either. Of all the kids in Edmontons system right now, him and Parjaavi are the most NHL ready. The difference is, this kid will get top six minutes. Jakub Voracek poised for a breakout year. His points totals are on the rise every single season, his play in the last 30 games last year was stellar. We can expect for that to translate into a good 2010-2011 campaign, where consistency wont be an issue. Paul Martin officially, the new PP quarterback of the Pittsburgh Penguins. Not much more to say really. Erik Karlsson some very intriguing potential here. Could well bust the 40 points barrier. Jamie McBain will see some PP time with the Hurricanes and could have a 35-40 point year. Wojtek Wolski 65 points last year, 24 years old and improving. Also, the Coyotes believe in him, they gave him a chance to play a top line forward in the NHL. Look for him either to repeat those numbers or look for them to go up. Jason Pominville top line forward, high scoring line, had 88, 66 and 62 points in the last three seasons. Joni Pitkanen plays a ton, 46 points last year, plays on the PP and will be better than last year Jonas Hiller best sleeper goalie, followed closely by Antti Niemi, JS Giguere, Kari Lehtonen (if youre willing to gamble on him staying healthy, will rack up wins and appearances though), Steve Mason (if you want to gamble on Columbus not being Swiss cheese this year) Other good ones include Marc Savard (for some reason people are afraid to pick him but his 80 points are worth the concussion risk), Kyle Okposo (his goals are worth the terrible +/-), David Perron (poised for a breakout year), Mikael Samuelsson (plays the PP with the Sedins and had 30 goals last year, expect more with an improved Canucks team), Shane Doan (hell soon get back to 70 points range) and James Neal (good goalscoring numbers). And finally, heres an example of my draft picks from one of the yahoo.coms mock drafts. Ive used the mock draft because it mailed the results to my yahoo mail. Ill show you one of my real teams in the end so nobody can say, well its just a mock draft heheh. Next to every player Ive drafted Ive written a note behind my logic why I drafted that particular player at that particular position in the draft. I had the 7th pick (I thought it best to pick from the middle of the pack for my example). So, here it is: MY DRAFTED TEAM 1. Daniel Sedin (Van LW) 2. Duncan Keith (Chi D) 3. Patrick Marleau (SJ C,LW) 4. Craig Anderson (Col G) 5. John Tavares (NYI C) 6. Nathan Horton (Bos RW) 7. Brian Rafalski (Det D) 8. Kari Lehtonen (Dal G) 9. Patrick Sharp (Chi C,LW) 10. Brad Richards (Dal C) 11. Shane Doan (Pho RW) 12. P.K. Subban (Mon D) 13. Mikael Samuelsson (Van RW) 14. Dan Ellis (TB G) 15. Paul Martin (Pit D) 16. Ryane Clowe (SJ LW) Round by Round results Round 1 (1) Tapir Alex Ovechkin (Was LW) (2) Russian Rocket Evgeni Malkin (Pit C) (3) Team 3 Sidney Crosby (Pit C) (4) Team 4 Steven Stamkos (TB C) (5) Team 5 Nicklas Backstrom (Was C) (6) MatthewS Henrik Sedin (Van C) (7) Xterratu Daniel Sedin (Van LW) I had a choice, good goalie or LW, LW more scarce (8) Team 8 Ryan Miller (Buf G) (9) Team 9 Zach Parise (NJ LW) (10) Oleh Roberto Luongo (Van G) (11) Team 11 Ilya Kovalchuk (NJ LW) (12) Postman Dany Heatley (SJ LW,RW) Round 2 (1) Postman Alexander Semin (Was RW) (2) Team 11 Mike Green (Was D) (3) Oleh Martin Brodeur (NJ G) (4) Team 9 Henrik Lundqvist (NYR G) (5) Team 8 Drew Doughty (LA D) (6) Xterratu Duncan Keith (Chi D) it was between one of the best D or an elite G (I figured that an elite defenseman is tougher to get than a good G) (7) MatthewS Pavel Datsyuk (Det C) (8) Team 5 Eric Staal (Car C) (9) Team 4 Joe Thornton (SJ C) (10) Team 3 Jonathan Toews (Chi C) (11) Russian Rocket Ilya Bryzgalov (Pho G) (12) Tapir Jimmy Howard (Det G) Round 3 (1) Tapir Henrik Zetterberg (Det C) (2) Russian Rocket Marian Gaborik (NYR RW) (3) Team 3 Martin St. Louis (TB RW) (4) Team 4 Patrick Kane (Chi RW) (5) Team 5 Jarome Iginla (Cgy RW) (6) MatthewS Rick Nash (Cls LW,RW) (7) Xterratu Patrick Marleau (SJ C,LW) Marleau fills the need at two positions C/LW and will probably get 40 + goals again) (8) Team 8 Jason Spezza (Ott C) (9) Team 9 Ryan Getzlaf (Anh C) (10) Oleh Vincent Lecavalier (TB C) (11) Team 11 Jeff Carter (Phi C) (12) Postman Mike Richards (Phi C) Round 4 (1) Postman Tuukka Rask (Bos G) (2) Team 11 Anze Kopitar (LA C) (3) Oleh Corey Perry (Anh RW) (4) Team 9 Bobby Ryan (Anh LW) (5) Team 8 Tomas Vokoun (Fla G) (6) Xterratu Craig Anderson (Col G) had to pick a goalie here since the elite ones are getting pretty scarce and Anderson will get a ton of playing time and he should perform (7) MatthewS Miikka Kiprusoff (Cgy G) (8) Team 5 Jaroslav Halak (StL G) (9) Team 4 Chris Pronger (Phi D) (10) Team 3 Marc-Andre Fleury (Pit G) (11) Russian Rocket Sergei Gonchar (Ott D) (12) Tapir Marian Hossa (Chi RW) Round 5 (1) Tapir Johan Franzen (Det RW) (2) Russian Rocket Michael Cammalleri (Mon LW) (3) Team 3 Dan Boyle (SJ D) (4) Team 4 Pekka Rinne (Nsh G) (5) Team 5 Dion Phaneuf (Tor D) (6) MatthewS Cam Ward (Car G) (7) Xterratu John Tavares (NYI C) should have drafted a RW here, but Tavares was available and I couldnt pass him up as my second C, I believe hell have a great year, similarly to what Stamkos had last year (8) Team 8 Ryan Kesler (Van C) (9) Team 9 Paul Stastny (Col C) (10) Oleh Daniel Alfredsson (Ott RW) (11) Team 11 Mark Streit (NYI D) (12) Postman Zdeno Chara (Bos D) Round 6 (1) Postman Marc Savard (Bos C) (2) Team 11 Chris Stewart (Col RW) (3) Oleh Tomas Plekanec (Mon C) (4) Team 9 Phil Kessel (Tor RW) (5) Team 8 Nicklas Lidstrom (Det D) (6) Xterratu Nathan Horton (Bos RW) I really need a RW bad right now, Horton, I was lucky to get him, hell be playing with Savard, 70 points + is the minimum projected for him, PIMs also not bad (7) MatthewS Thomas Vanek (Buf LW) (8) Team 5 Semyon Varlamov (Was G) (9) Team 4 Niklas Backstrom (Min G) (10) Team 3 Erik Johnson (StL D) (11) Russian Rocket Christian Ehrhoff (Van D) (12) Tapir Antti Niemi (SJ G) Round 7 (1) Tapir Tyler Myers (Buf D) (2) Russian Rocket Antero Niittymaki (SJ G) (3) Team 3 Jonathan Quick (LA G) (4) Team 4 Loui Eriksson (Dal RW) (5) Team 5 Alexandre Burrows (Van LW) (6) MatthewS Shea Weber (Nsh D) (7) Xterratu Brian Rafalski (Det D) either a really good D man, or another top RW since I have a sleeper on LW/C, so its Rafalski, it was either him or Markov, but Markov is an IR risk (8) Team 8 Danny Briere (Phi RW) (9) Team 9 Carey Price (Mon G) (10) Oleh Patrik Elias (NJ C,LW) (11) Team 11 Jonas Hiller (Anh G) (12) Postman Marty Turco (Chi G) Round 8 (1) Postman Bryan McCabe (Fla D) (2) Team 11 Patric Hornqvist (Nsh RW) (3) Oleh Simon Gagne (TB LW) (4) Team 9 Tomas Kaberle (Tor D) (5) Team 8 Dustin Penner (Edm LW) (6) Xterratu Kari Lehtonen (Dal G) this is the best position to get your quality No2 goalie, so Im taking Lehtonen or Mason, but in my situation had to be a goalie since the last two good starters are gonna be picked sooner or later (Lehtonen is on a better team, but an IR risk, and Mason = Columbus), I opted for Lehtonen cause potential injury impacts less then your starter getting pummeled every night (7) MatthewS Alex Goligoski (Pit D) (8) Team 5 Peter Mueller (Col C,LW) (9) Team 4 Zach Bogosian (Atl D) (10) Team 3 David Booth (Fla LW) (11) Russian Rocket Andrei Markov (Mon D) (12) Tapir Derek Roy (Buf C) Round 9 (1) Tapir Niklas Kronwall (Det D) (2) Russian Rocket Alexander Frolov (NYR LW) (3) Team 3 Scott Hartnell (Phi LW) (4) Team 4 Ryan Smyth (LA LW) (5) Team 5 Ales Hemsky (Edm RW) (6) MatthewS Teemu Selanne (Anh RW) (7) Xterratu Patrick Sharp (Chi C,LW) my sleeper pick, probably could have gotten him in the 10th, but wont risk it, fills both needs at LW and C + hes a guarantee for 65 points + (8) Team 8 Mason Raymond (Van LW) (9) Team 9 Joe Pavelski (SJ RW) (10) Oleh Kimmo Timonen (Phi D) (11) Team 11 Steve Mason (Cls G) (12) Postman Milan Lucic (Bos LW) Round 10 (1) Postman Jakub Voracek (Cls RW) (2) Team 11 Andrei Kostitsyn (Mon LW) (3) Oleh Brian Campbell (Chi D) (4) Team 9 Tobias Enstrom (Atl D) (5) Team 8 Michael Del Zotto (NYR D) (6) Xterratu Brad Richards (Dal C) BPA you cant pass up on a player like B. Richards or Matt Duchene in the 10th round (7) MatthewS Nikolai Zherdev (Phi RW) (8) Team 5 Sheldon Souray (Edm D) (9) Team 4 Brenden Morrow (Dal LW) (10) Team 3 Niclas Bergfors (Atl RW) (11) Russian Rocket Nik Antropov (Atl C) (12) Tapir Lubomir Visnovsky (Anh D) Round 11 (1) Tapir Tomas Fleischmann (Was LW) (2) Russian Rocket Tomas Holmstrom (Det RW) (3) Team 3 Jay Bouwmeester (Cgy D) (4) Team 4 Ryan Whitney (Edm D) (5) Team 5 Mark Giordano (Cgy D) (6) MatthewS Victor Hedman (TB D) (7) Xterratu Shane Doan (Pho RW) its getting really bad as far as the RW position is concerned, I believe hell be back to his best in 2010-2011. Samuelsson is always an option but Ill believe Ill get him anyway if he isnt available, then its Hudler or Pominville (8) Team 8 David Backes (StL RW) (9) Team 9 Mathieu Carle (Mon D) (10) Oleh Keith Yandle (Pho D) (11) Team 11 Stephane Robidas (Dal D) (12) Postman Nikita Filatov (Cls LW) Round 12 (1) Postman Mikko Koivu (Min C) (2) Team 11 Ed Jovanovski (Pho D) (3) Oleh Pavel Kubina (TB D) (4) Team 9 Jack Johnson (LA D) (5) Team 8 Erik Karlsson (Ott D) (6) Xterratu P.K. Subban (Mon D) a breakout in the playoffs is a sign of things to come, expect a fantastic rookie year (7) MatthewS James Wisniewski (NYI D) (8) Team 5 Anton Stralman (Cls D) (9) Team 4 Dennis Wideman (Fla D) (10) Team 3 Brent Seabrook (Chi D) (11) Russian Rocket Alexander Edler (Van D) (12) Tapir Ryan Suter (Nsh D) Round 13 (1) Tapir Steve Downie (TB RW) (2) Russian Rocket Olli Jokinen (Cgy C) (3) Team 3 Travis Zajac (NJ C) (4) Team 4 Matt Duchene (Col C) (5) Team 5 Stephen Weiss (Fla C) (6) MatthewS Jonas Gustavsson (Tor G) (7) Xterratu Mikael Samuelsson (Van RW) huge pick if you can get him at 13th, PP minutes with a very rich Vancouver team and a solid solid goalscorer (8) Team 8 Pascal Leclaire (Ott G) (9) Team 9 Mike Ribeiro (Dal C) (10) Oleh Michael Leighton (Phi G) (11) Team 11 Tim Connolly (Buf C) (12) Postman Chris Mason (Atl G) Round 14 (1) Postman Joni Pitkanen (Car D) (2) Team 11 Guillaume Latendresse (Min LW) (3) Oleh Mike Knuble (Was RW) (4) Team 9 Taylor Hall (Edm LW) (5) Team 8 Claude Giroux (Phi RW) (6) Xterratu Dan Ellis (TB G) BPA on either LW/G, my flexibility is good with Sharp, Marleau so I can have a third G if any good ones remain Dan Ellis a very good sleeper goalie, one who will most probably win a starting job in Tampa (7) MatthewS Jamie Langenbrunner (NJ RW) (8) Team 5 Alexei Ponikarovsky (LA LW) (9) Team 4 Ville Leino (Phi LW) (10) Team 3 Brooks Laich (Was LW) (11) Russian Rocket Wojtek Wolski (Pho LW) (12) Tapir Jordan Staal (Pit C) Round 15 (1) Tapir Kris Versteeg (Tor LW) (2) Russian Rocket Jason Pominville (Buf RW) (3) Team 3 Rene Bourque (Cgy RW) (4) Team 4 Kyle Okposo (NYI RW) (5) Team 5 Devin Setoguchi (SJ RW) (6) MatthewS Jordan Eberle (Edm C) (7) Xterratu Paul Martin (Pit D) my sleeper pick at D is gone (Pitkanen) so I can opt either for my second one Paul Martin or take a big gamble on John Carlson. Kyle Quincey isnt a bad option either (8) Team 8 David Krejci (Bos C) (9) Team 9 Wayne Simmonds (LA RW) (10) Oleh Scott Gomez (Mon C) (11) Team 11 Dustin Brown (LA RW) (12) Postman John-Michael Liles (Col D) Round 16 (1) Postman Brian Gionta (Mon RW) (2) Team 11 Kevin Bieksa (Van D) (3) Oleh Jussi Jokinen (Car LW) (4) Team 9 Kris Letang (Pit D) (5) Team 8 Chris Kunitz (Pit LW) (6) Xterratu Ryane Clowe (SJ LW) LW to cover the position switch of Marleau etc. I can take my pick really comfortable now since I have a dream team I can either go for PIMs + points (Clowe), goalscoring (Perron, Neal) or take a flyer on a really good Calder candidate Tyler Ennis who has dual position eligibility (7) MatthewS Tyler Ennis (Buf C,LW) (8) Team 5 Kurtis Foster (Edm D) (9) Team 4 Tim Thomas (Bos G) (10) Team 3 Brent Burns (Min D) (11) Russian Rocket Brian Elliott (Ott G) (12) Tapir Ian White (Cgy D) Now remember this was just a mock draft, so expect the drafting to be much tougher in a real draft, but you can still get a really good team from a medium to low draft selection as presented here (I held the 9th pick): Last but not least, DONT be afraid to go after your guys. I won my league last year because I had the balls of taking Tyler Myers and sticking with him. I won my other league because I had the balls to trade Evgeni Malkin and Alex Goligoski for Anze Kopitar and Shea Weber. Remember, it was just the start of the season. I had a hunch about Kopitar and I traded. Even if there is a seemingly better player on waivers than your guy, dont fall for it. There was a reason behind why you wanted that exact player. You had an idea about his performance. Stay with your convictions. Its that much more rewarding when you win that way, and looking like a genius never hurt anyone. Also, if you miss, you cant just blame it on THN projections or TSN fantasy picks. The responsibility is all yours. Good luck and most importantly, have fun! Mislav Xterratu Jantoljak
Vancouver Canucks beat San Jose Sharks, lead NHL with 55 points
SAN JOSE, Calif. Alexandre Burrows scored at 8:57 of the third period and the Vancouver Canucks held on to beat the San Jose Sharks 4-3 Monday night. Daniel Sedin, Alexander Edler and Jannik
NHL POWER RANKINGS, WEEK 13: CANUCKS TAKE TOP SPOT IN WEST, DEFENDING CHAMPS PLUMMET
Jonathan Daniel Getty Images 3 months ago: CHICAGO OCTOBER 20: Patrick Sharp #10 of a Chicago Blackhawks battles for carry out of a puck wth Alexander Edler #23 of a Vancouver Canucks during a United Center upon Oct twenty 2010 in Chicago Illinois. The Blackhawks degraded a Canucks 2-1 in a shootout. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) View full distance print After twelve weeks of dominance, a energy of a Detroit Red Wings atop a West ends this week with a manoeuvre detat by a Vancouver Canucks. Meanwhile, an aged czar fal
Burrows goal gives Canucks a 4-3 victory
Post a CommentE-mail Print Larger TypeSmall Type SAN JOSE, Calif. Alexandre Burrows scored midway through the third period and the Vancouver Canucks held on to beat the San Jose Sharks 4-3 Monday night. Daniel Sedin, Alexander Edler and Jannik Hansen also scored for the Canucks, who improved to 8-0-1 in their past nine road games and 15-1-2 in their past 18 overall. Cory Schneider stopped 32 of 35 shots. Ryane Clowe, Patrick Marleau and Jamal Mayers scored for the Sharks, who lost for the third time in their past nine games. Antti Niemi made 43 saves. Burrows redirected a Christian Eh
Canucks improve to 8-0-1 in their past nine road games
Alexandre Burrows scored midway through the third period and the Vancouver Canucks held on to beat the San Jose Sharks 4-3 Monday night. Daniel Sedin, Alexander Edler and Jannik Hansen also score
Canucks' Salo and Edler lost in space
Then, after Dale Weise had closed it to within one, Alex Edler decided to join Salo on his side of the ... had Alex Burrows buried that one-timer from Daniel Sedin, had any of us won the last 6/49, things would be different. “You know, sometimes in ...
Daniel Sedin ready to take responsibility
Daniel, along with brother Henrik have been shootout pariahs ... Rookie Cody Hodgson, along with established regulars Alex Burrows, Mason Raymond, Ryan Kesler and Alex Edler, has become one of the go-to shooters. Hodgson, 21, is of the generation that ...
Gritty Canucks end Wings' winning streak
The Canucks, who outshot the Wings 17-5 in the opening 20 minutes, trailed until 13: 34 of the middle period when Daniel, with body position on defender Ian White, guided the puck around Howard after Edler's point shot was deflected by Henrik to his brother.
Red Wings' home winning streak ends at 23 as Canucks win
The only player to score was Vancouver's Daniel Sedin, who scooped in a deflected shot by Alexander Edler at 13:39 to tie the game on one of Vancouver's 25 shots through two periods. Zetterberg's chance, coming in the last minute, was part of the strongest ...
The problem: If Sedin twins aren't scoring, nobody is
Daniel has only one in the same number of games ... Defensemen have scored key goals at times, but most of the blue-line points have come from Alex Edler and Kevin Bieksa. The Canucks rank among the NHL's highest-scoring clubs, but mostly because of ...
Edler scores in sixth round of SO, Canucks beat Predators
Edler beat Nashville goalie Pekka Rinne through his pads with ... Bitz scored his first of the season from the high slot on a one-timer from Henrik Sedin at 18:21, then Daniel Sedin scored at 18:44 off assists from Bitz and his brother.
Whitney's goals lift Coyotes to SO win
He also stopped Alexander Edler and Mason Raymond in the shootout to extend ... He closed out the period with a snatching glove save on Daniel Sedin's shot from the left circle, keeping Phoenix within 1-0. "An excellent game by both goaltenders ...
Phoenix beats Vancouver 2-1 in shootout
He also stopped Alexander Edler and Mason Raymond in the shootout to extend his ... He closed out the period with a snatching glove save on Daniel Sedin’s shot from the left circle, keeping Phoenix within 1-0. “An excellent game by both goaltenders ...
Canucks not pressing panic button over struggling power play
Henrik Sedin and his brother, Daniel, feel they aren’t getting the chances they ... which also includes Ryan Kesler up front with Alex Edler and Sami Salo on defence. “We’re moving the puck well, but we’re not getting the bounces.
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