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  1. CANUCKS 0 @ BLUE JACKETS 0 PREGAME Nationwide Arena is the place to be tonight as the Vancouver Canucks are in Columbus to take on the Blue Jackets. It hasn't been roses for either team as of late, both have lost three of their last four games. Someone's slump has to end tonight and should Vancouver bring their A-game to Columbus, they'll certainly come out on top. That is much, much easier said than done, especially with Pavol Demitra, Sami Salo, Darcy Hordichuk and Rick Rypien all out of Vancouver's line-up. Kyle Wellwood and Jason Krog will both dress to fill those voids, Wellwood is rumo
  2. CANUCKS 2 @ BLACKHAWKS 4 PREGAME The end is near for the Vancouver Canucks. Sunday's game against the Chicago Blackhawks (1-2-2) is Vancouver's (3-2-0) second last on their six-game road trip and in order to get back into the swing of things away from GM Place, they'll need a good effort against the Hawks. After starting the season with back-to-back wins against Calgary, Vancouver has lost two of three, most recently to the Buffalo Sabres on Friday night. The good news for the Canucks is that it's easy to figure why they haven't found success on the road of late, their special teams play h
  3. CANUCKS 2 @ SABRES 5 PREGAME The road weary Vancouver Canucks continue their six-game, 11-day road trip tonight at the HSBC Arena in Buffalo as they try to spear the red-hot Sabres. The Canucks (3-1-0) are coming off another impassioned win as they came from behind to upend the Detroit Red Wings last night, 4-3 in overtime, while the Sabres (3-0-0) have yet to allow their opposition to score more than once in a game and are undefeated early on. Buffalo is looking a lot like the 2006-07 edition of themselves, that year the team won Presidents' Trophy with a league-best 113 points. Last season
  4. CANUCKS 4 @ RED WINGS 3 (OT) PREGAME The Vancouver Canucks opened the 2008-09 regular season with two consecutive wins, but their third game of the season, a 5-1 loss to the Washington Capitals last Monday night, quickly erased the memory of those opening wins. The Canucks (2-1-0) look to bounce back tonight as they visit Joe Louis Arena to play the defending Stanley Cup Champion Detroit Red Wings. The Wings (2-1-0) are coming off two straight road wins after starting the season with a 3-2 loss to the Maple Leafs, they'll be looking for some redemption in front of their home crowd tonight, a
  5. CANUCKS 1 @ CAPITALS 5 PREGAME The upstart Vancouver Canucks (2-0-0) are looking for their third consecutive win to begin the 2008-09 season as they visit the Verizon Center to play the Washington Capitals (1-1-0). The Canucks are gunning for their first 3-0 start in nine years, the 1999-2000 season was the last time Vancouver got off to such an impressive start. They're in deep today against the reigning league MVP in Alex Ovechkin and the defending Southeast Division Champion Capitals though. Good thing the Canucks are coming together in all phases of their game right now, Roberto Luongo h
  6. CANUCKS 5 @ FLAMES 4 (OT) PREGAME The Vancouver Canucks (1-0-0) can string together their first winning streak of the season tonight as they face the Calgary Flames (0-1-0) in the back end of a home-and-home series. It won't be easy though, despite skating circles around the Flames two nights ago in an embarrassing 6-0 win in their home opener, the Canucks are up against a very talented Flames team, one that is looking for a little redemption. A good start to this game is a must for both teams, as is setting a physical presence early. Roberto Luongo looked great in the season opener as he tu
  7. CANUCKS 6 vs FLAMES 0 PREGAME Who better to kick off the 2008-09 NHL season against than a Northwest Division foe. It's the Vancouver Canucks against the Calgary Flames tonight in Vancouver's home and season opener at GM Place, the Canucks are hoping to kick this season off in style by smothering the Flames. A familiar face will be in the line-up for Calgary tonight as former Canuck Todd Bertuzzi will meet his old mates once again; this game promises to be a physical battle that will surely have the intensity of a playoff game. The big story of this evening is that it's Luc Bourdon night a
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