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  • Corey Perry lifts Ducks past Vancouver, 4-3, in overtime

    Corey Perry lifts Ducks past Vancouver, 4-3, in overtime
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  • Injured Kings defenseman Matt Greene to miss upcoming four-game trip

    Monday night's nasty fight-filled game against the Vancouver Canucks took its toll on the Kings after all, with defenseman Matt Greene going out of the lineup with an undisclosed upper body injury. Greene will not be accompanying the team on its...
  • Canucks' John Tortorella tries to break into Flames' dressing room

    Much has been said of Vancouver Canucks Coach John Tortorella's attitude change since he left New York for the Pacific Northwest. Though he may be a bit more mild-mannered behind the bench and in news conferences, don't overestimate his ability to...
  • Drew Doughty comes to the defense of Jonathan Quick

    Kings defenseman Drew Doughty scoffed at the notion, put forth by Sharks forward TJ Galiardi, that goalie Jonathan Quick engages in “a little embellishment.” Doughty stood up for his goalie Quick, a spirited defense, and then said the San...
  • Stanley Cup finals, Game 1: Boston 0, Vancouver 0 after two periods

     
    The second period was much like the first: scoreless and with a succession of strange penalties being called. But the Canucks suffered a potentially damaging blow when defenseman Dan Hamhuis suffered an apparent injury while hip-checking Boston's Milan...
  • Stanley Cup finals Game 5: Looks like Chris Tanev will replace Keith Ballard for Canucks

     
    Greetings from Vancouver, where the Canucks had a well-attended morning skate in advance of Game 5 of the Stanley Cup finals against the Boston Bruins on Friday at Rogers Arena. Defenseman Dan Hamhuis, injured in Game 1, again didn’t skate......
  • Stanley Cup finals Game 5: Canucks defeat Bruins, 1-0, to move within one victory of title

     
    The Vancouver Canucks moved to within one victory of bringing the Stanley Cup back to Canada for the first time since 1993 while ending the franchise’s four decades of frustration. Maxim Lapierre flipped home the rebound of a shot by......
  • Stanley Cup finals Game 5: Boston 0, Vancouver 0 after two periods

     
    Like the opening period of Game 5, the second period was scoreless as the tension mounted and fans held their breath on every Canucks scoring chance. Vancouver had an edge in shots, 12-9, in the period but neither team could......
  • Question of the Day: The NHL series is tied 2-2; who's going to win the Stanley Cup?

     
    Writers from around Tribune Co. discuss the Canucks-Bruins series. Check back throughout the day for more responses, and feel free to weigh in with a comment of your own. Harvey Fialkov, Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel Despite the last five Stanley Cup......
  • Stanley Cup finals practice: Words fly on day that pucks don't

     
    Greetings from Boston, where it’s chilly and raining and everyone is antsy for Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals, to be played Monday at TD Garden with the Cup in the house. A win by the Vancouver Canucks would......
  • Vancouver an embarrassment on and off ice

     
    The Vancouver Canucks’ pathetic performance throughout most of the Stanley Cup Final was trumped only by the pitiful display area residents exhibited after the Boston Bruins hoisted the Cup. It was sad enough to see the Sedin twins bullied into........
  • Luongo gives Vancouver the win it needed as Canucks offence in a slump

    Luongo gives Vancouver the win it needed as Canucks offence in a slump
    The Vancouver Canucks defeated the Boston Bruins 1-0 Friday night to takes a 3-2 lead in the Stanley Cup final. Here's a report card on the two teams (performances rated 1-to-10): Goaltenders Boston: Tim Thomas took the loss, but allowed only one goal...