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  1. @Rorty: I think expectations for Sammuelsson were higher for the reasons you've already outlined. 8 goals is good, but 7 assists? He's got to do more than that. I think Bernie should be ranked better and Willie should be up in busts. Who has Bernier been playing with? And Willie's been skating like he's drunk - but then again maybe he is????
  2. From the album Canucks practice pictures

    Tanner Glass
  3. From the album Canucks practice pictures

    Making the save
  4. From the album Canucks practice pictures

    Raymond and Raycroft
  5. From the album Canucks practice pictures

    Mathieu Schneider
  6. From the album Canucks practice pictures

    Waiting for their turn at the drill
  7. From the album Canucks practice pictures

    Tanner Glass grabs a drink
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    Boys breaking up after coach outlines a drill on the board
  9. If there was one player the Canucks need to rediscover his offensive game in a big way, especially in light of all the injuries to their forwards, it would be none other than Alex Burrows. The 28-year old, who last season had a breakout campaign with a career-high in goals (28), assists (23), and points (51), isn't off to a terrible start by any means with eight points (3-5-8) in 15 games. However, for a player who last season finished second behind only Daniel Sedin on the team in goal scoring, it is a bit of a disappointing start for the fifth-year NHL veteran. The 6'1", 200 lbs. forward has managed just one assist in his last five games and is riding a 10-game goal-less drought having not scored since October 11th against the Dallas Stars. Last season, Burrows' longest scoring drought was 12 games from December 13th to January 4th. The Pincourt, QC native is hoping for a repeat performance of last season against the New York Rangers when he netted two goals at Madison Square Garden back on November 19, 2008 and led the Canucks to a 6-3 victory. It was one of just three two-goal games he had in the 2008.09 campaign. In two career games versus the Rangers, Burrows has notched three points (2-1-3) and has a plus-two rating.