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First Place In The North West Division!

And It Aint No April Fools Joke!

Two months to the day, on January 31st, the Vancouver Canucks lost in overtime at GM Place to the Minnesota Wild and were 12 points back of the Division-leading Calgary Flames, having played two more games than their rivals across the Rocky Mountains. The loss was the team's 9th straight at home and 8th consecutive overall, and the only thoughts that were relevant were can this team regroup and make the playoffs?

Fast forward to March 31st and that same always-a-thorn-in-Vancouver's-derriere Minnesota team was the host in a game that had heavy playoff implications for both teams … the Wild desperate for points to make the post-season period, while the Canucks had a chance to overtake the Flames for the top spot in the North West Division for the first time since December 14th.

It certainly weren't pretty, but the boys were led by their Captain who held the Wild at bay until Henrik Sedin potted the winning goal with 1 minute left in OT to give the Canucks the Penthouse view.

It really is a remarkable thing. To be able to make up 13 points in 8 weeks (playing 2 fewer games, no less) in a league that hands out points to teams that lose if they get past 60 minutes is almost impossible. For it to happen almost everything has to fall your way; you obviously have to play very well and win the majority of your games while the team(s) you are chasing need to stumble and bumble their way through games with very few loser points earned.

Since the calendar turned to February the Canucks have been the best team in the NHL with a record of 20-5-1, while the Flames have been a very pedestrian 13-13-2, and now it is the Canuckleheads who sit atop of the Division with their own destiny in their hands.

Things are far from done, as there's a long ways yet to go, including a visit here by Calgary in 6 days, but it's hard not to enjoy the moment and fantasize a little about what it means and the potential of a long playoff run this spring. So with that in mind, let's just take a little boo at the standings shall we? Just sit back and take it all in for a minute or two …

 

Western Conference #   GP W L OT PTS 1 y – SAN JOSE* 76 50 15 11 111 2 y – DETROIT* 76 49 18 9 107 3 VANCOUVER 76 42 25 9 93 4 CALGARY 76 43 27 6 92 5 CHICAGO 75 40 24 11 91 6 COLUMBUS 77 40 29 8 88 7 ANAHEIM 77 39 32 6 84 8 NASHVILLE 77 38 31 8 84 9 ST LOUIS 76 37 30 9 83 10 MINNESOTA 77 36 32 9 81 11 EDMONTON 77 36 32 9 81 12 DALLAS 77 34 33 10 78 13 LOS ANGELES 76 31 34 11 73 14 PHOENIX 76 32 37 7 71 15 COLORADO 76 31 43 2 64

 

… OK, back to work!

Through these last 2 months it has been a very rare occasion indeed when Roberto Luongo has been needed to steal a game for this team and that, above all else, has been the genesis of growing hopes amongst Canuck Nation that their Boys actually might be able to do some damage in the playoffs.

If they can win like they have and not have to lean on their world-class goaltender night-after-night, well, let's just say that is quite the Ace Up Your Sleeve as the games become more and more important. Everyone knows Bobby Lou has the capability to win games by himself and that he lives and dies for the playoffs, and it was fitting that it was he who won this hockey game.

It's not like everyone else on the team was a no-show last night, but it was pretty clear that the guys who are supposed to skate with the puck towards the other end didn't have much gas in the tank playing the last game of a six-pack on the road in 12 days. Not to give them any more excuses, but they also just finished playing 15 games in a 29 day stretch, which is a fraction over a game every other night … when they're all must-wins, and more than half of them are on the road with extensive time spent flying around the Continent in between, it has to take a toll.

The game was pretty much as boring as a hockey game can get, a kitty-by-the-door affair that is oh-so-typical when the opposition is the Wild. The Canucks were fairly good defensively keeping legitimate scoring chances to a minimum … but offensively, not so much. 

It was yet another example of the Canucks having confidence in themselves as a group to just stick to the system. This is a team that has won games in almost any way imaginable and last night's win in Minny was just another example of that.

The Wild outshot the Canucks 34-19 overall and a ridiculous 11-0 in the final period but Lui held down the fort with his usual excellent vision and positioning and some A-Grade rebound control through out … the guy was just a sponge all night, no matter where the puck hit him. Then Sami Salo took a delay of game late in the 3rd and the Canucks' resurgent penalty killing had to fend off the Wild for a minute-and-half of 4-on-3 in which he made 3 more saves.

Early in OT on the PK Willie Mitchell took a hard shot off of the inside of his foot and gutted it out while in tremendous pain, and actually blocked another one after that and made the play that led to the Canucks clearing the zone 45 seconds later. Last night was his first game that he wasn't an even or a plus in 27 games (now +31 on the year), but that shift says everything that you need to know about Willie (and earned him an A in The Grades, all by itself).

Henrik got the winner on a laser inside the post for his career-best 19th of the season, and 19th point in the month of March, which is the best in the league. Brother Daniel made a very nice back-pass between the legs for his 18th point of the month (which obviously makes him 2nd best in the league) on the play, so I guess the fading-down-the-stretch-thing for the twins can be put to rest with only playoff production still pending.

In the 15 games played last month, the twins, and what is looking more and more like a permanent Triplet in Alex Burrows, have put up 52 points. Pinky And The Brain were 1 & 2 in points and Burrow's 11 goals was the most in the league before last night's game, as was his +13 in the 31 days. Now that's production! Oh, and while were at it, Ryan Kesler's 16 points were 3rd best NHL-wide (before last night).

The Canucks are a balanced team that has all the ingredients required and deserves to be where they are, #1 in the NW and 3rd in the West … they didn't deserve it 2 months ago, but they absolutely do now.

 

The Grades … 

A … Luongo, Mitchell

B … Kesler

C+ … Bieksa, Ohlund, Edler, O'Brien, Salo, Henrik, Daniel, Burrows, Wellwood, Johnson, Rypien

C … Sundin, Demitra, Bernier, Pyatt, Hordichuk

Next up is the Ducks of Anaheim here on Thursday with the 11-game Franchise-best home winning streak on the line. A win would not only ease the angst of those waiting for this team to inevitably fall on their sword as they seemingly always do, but help eliminate the possibility of having to face the much improved Ducks in the first round should they climb to 6th and the Canucks hang on to their current position in the standings … stay tuned. 

 

 

 

 


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  1. Kassim Kamani Apr 1 20098:24 am

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    That Willie Mitchell pk shift was something else, that was just incredible and gutsy. I also wanted to point out a similar shift by Kesler, although not as trying a situation as Willies, but Kesler took Edlers shot full on, and was clearly hurting, but stayed on the ice on the pp, staying in front of the net, it would have been nice if it was his goal, but that play was super gutsy. On another note, the Canucks being first may not be an April Fools joke, but the Team 1040 sure got me good. I was driving to school, turned on the radio, and the first thing i heard was a Bure interview saying that the Canucks signing him was pretty much a done deal. At first, I was in shock and was going over line up changes in my head, texting friends, and then 5 minutes later i realize what day it is, that was a cruel early morning joke by them. I feel like an idiot for even believing them, but Kudos to them!

    1. Mark Gage Apr 1 20099:48 am

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      That Willie Mitchell pk shift was something else, that was just incredible and gutsy. I also wanted to point out a similar shift by Kesler, although not as trying a situation as Willies, but Kesler took Edlers shot full on, and was clearly hurting, but stayed on the ice on the pp, staying in front of the net, it would have been nice if it was his goal, but that play was super gutsy. On another note, the Canucks being first may not be an April Fools joke, but the Team 1040 sure got me good. I was driving to school, turned on the radio, and the first thing i heard was a Bure interview saying that the Canucks signing him was pretty much a done deal. At first, I was in shock and was going over line up changes in my head, texting friends, and then 5 minutes later i realize what day it is, that was a cruel early morning joke by them. I feel like an idiot for even believing them, but Kudos to them!

      Good point on Kesler Kass … it would have been in the Blog if he had gotten the goal for sure, but as it flowed I couldn't really find a spot to fit it in, and as always I'm a tad leery talking up my fav player too much in my work to try and stay unbiased … really gald you brought it up as it showed how gutsy he is .. I'm positive he plays hurt almost every game.As for the Bure thing … that was the absolute best April fools joke ever … they put a ton of work into it … had MacGuire on earlier hinting at it … talked about how Gillis had registered the contract before the deadline with the league … had both pro-rated and actual numbers based on 29 games since TD … and of course had Pavel himself on-air saying it was gonna happen (was he good or what???) … I was writing this Blog as it all unfolded and fortunately for me (as I never would have finished the piece), I knew it was a joke immediately as any player retired would have to pass thru waivers and can't just sign as a free agent wherever they want … if it's any consolation Kass, I gty you weren't alone in getting duped!

  2. Kassim Kamani Apr 1 200910:02 am

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    Oh i didn't know htey had maguire in on it too, all i heard was the bure interview and I was going crazy in my car, and then i heard the contract talks and I was like omg, I can't believe it. Haha it was good, they were going over past April fools jokes as well, and they were talking about Chris Levesque that UBC goaltender they had to suit up for one game, and how they tricked ppl that they would need him as a backup for the playoffs and how they interviewed him and all teh little things he did, cracked me up!!

  3. Vokail – 1 Apr 1 200910:28 am

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    You know the way Chicago and COlumbus are playing there is a good chance Vancouver could play Chi town but in the 3 – 6 play off position with Calgary and Columbus meeting in 4-5 spot. These last few games are awesome.Late last night I was listening to 1040 and I can't remember who was on but they were discussing the NBA exploring the concept of choosing your play off opponent if you finish in the top 4 spots. Then they flipped it to “what if the NHL did that” and I have to say I like the concept a lot. The reg season would be huge. Right now it's just make the playoff's and those teams that a flirting with first over all well that's just a nice side story. But 1st over all where you get to choose you opponent through the playoffs. That would be such a huge advantage. Pick a team with no travel, Pick a team with a ton of injuries or just pick a team you always crush. On the flip side imagine being the coach of that lowly team and walking in to the dressing room and saying “those f*(*%^er's picked us boys, let's make em regret it!”If they televised the event of who picks who it would be must see tv. Great concept I say go for it…

    1. Mark Gage Apr 1 200912:30 pm

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      You know the way Chicago and COlumbus are playing there is a good chance Vancouver could play Chi town but in the 3 – 6 play off position with Calgary and Columbus meeting in 4-5 spot. These last few games are awesome.Late last night I was listening to 1040 and I can't remember who was on but they were discussing the NBA exploring the concept of choosing your play off opponent if you finish in the top 4 spots. Then they flipped it to “what if the NHL did that” and I have to say I like the concept a lot. The reg season would be huge. Right now it's just make the playoff's and those teams that a flirting with first over all well that's just a nice side story. But 1st over all where you get to choose you opponent through the playoffs. That would be such a huge advantage. Pick a team with no travel, Pick a team with a ton of injuries or just pick a team you always crush. On the flip side imagine being the coach of that lowly team and walking in to the dressing room and saying “those f*(*%^er's picked us boys, let's make em regret it!”If they televised the event of who picks who it would be must see tv. Great concept I say go for it…

      I'd be surprised if Chicago falls that far … I think coach Q is a good coach who will get them going at least enough to hang on to 5th and that Columbus may have a tough time keeping up their current pace.As for choosing your opponent? Defintely an intrguing idea but it doesn't quite seem fair to me and is way too “contrived,” which means Bettman would love it and it will happen, lol.

  4. Mark Gage Apr 1 200912:42 pm

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    Just heard that Henrik was named 2nd star of the month (after Daniel was named 1st star of the week last week).

  5. Vokail – 1 Apr 1 200912:56 pm

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    I don't know Mark Chi-town has a rough final stretch3 VAN 93 42 6 W W ANA @EDM COL, CGY, LOS @COL4 CGY 92 43 6 W L @DAL @MIN, LOS, @VAN, @EDM, EDM5 CHI 91 40 7 L STL, NSH, @CLB, @NSH, CLB, @DET, DET6 CLB 88 40 5 L L W @NSH, CHI, @CHI, @STL, MIN

    1. Mark Gage Apr 1 20091:10 pm

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      I don't know Mark Chi-town has a rough final stretch3 VAN 93 42 6 W W ANA @EDM COL, CGY, LOS @COL4 CGY 92 43 6 W L @DAL @MIN, LOS, @VAN, @EDM, EDM5 CHI 91 40 7 L STL, NSH, @CLB, @NSH, CLB, @DET, DET6 CLB 88 40 5 L L W @NSH, CHI, @CHI, @STL, MIN

      Not saying your wrong Vokail … I think all the games for those teams are tough because everyone they play is scrambling and with Detroit at the end for Chicago is when they'll rest some guys more than likely … it's definitely a crap shoot all the way, anything can happen, and I'd pick the Canucks to play the Hawks if I had a choice … I'm just glad that we're above the mess from 7th down and willing to take on whoever comes our way.

  6. Vokail – 1 Apr 1 20093:28 pm

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    Ya, I guess it will all come down to the head to head games, Van vs Calgary, Chi vs Columbus X2

  7. micah5 Apr 1 20097:48 pm

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    I'm pretty thrilled that the playoffs are only 2 weeks away! Hockey on all the time, the spring weather improving, leaving work early to catch the road games… And another division banner could be coming our way! It's good to be a Canuck fan right now.

  8. micah5 Apr 1 20097:50 pm

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    PS Mark, the font size needs to be bigger and I can't find the log in, so now I'm Micah5 instead of Micah555… :-?

  9. Kassim Kamani Apr 1 20099:08 pm

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    the log in is sometimes on the side of the home page or at the real bottom of the home page, I think it has a mind of its own.

  10. Mark Gage Apr 2 20094:00 am

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    Agree on the Font size Micah … I have it on my “list” … there has been bigger stuff to be done behind the scenes and we're now going to be tackling the smaller ones 8) in the next week or so … as for the log-in it did fall to the bottom yesterday (took me a while to find it) based on a technicality with an Ad … thanks for “hanging in” with us as we fix the bugs. All hockey fans are looking forward to the playoffs, but for Canuck fans it is something different this year to be sure as it is very easy to argue that we have never entered the post-season with a team as good as this one is … there is definitely an excitement in the air in this city.

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