The Vancouver Canucks will have to wait another day to try and get the 1st seed in the Western Conference as they lost 3-2 to the Calgary Flames thanks to Mike Cammalleri’s 2 goal performance. Curtis Glencross scored the other goal for Calgary. For the Canucks, Dan Hamhuis had 2 assists and Alex Burrows and Jannik Hansen scored. The Canucks outshot the Flames 34-28. The Canucks have their 7 game winning streak snapped. For the Canucks, they now go home and play their season finale at Rogers Arena against the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday. If the Canucks win on Saturday, they get the 1st seed in the Western Conference.
Trading a promising young sniper for a known agitator is nonsensical.
The trade seems to be hinting at many more changes heading Anaheim's way.
After all this time it seems the Anaheim Ducks are finally hitting their stride.
Simon Despres' return to the ice in practice signals that the Anaheim Ducks are about to get massive help on defense.
What do you do when your team is struggling? Certainly not trade away a promising young player.
It sure felt nice while the team was getting those points, but last night was a wake-up call for the Anaheim Ducks.
The St. Louis Blues have had a bit of a rollercoaster season, but their top players are starting to show up once again.
A dirty hit is a dirty hit, even if it might have been unintentional.
After all, who wouldn't get lazy with that many days off?
The Anaheim Ducks should consider bringing up Brandon Montour who is doing well in the AHL.