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Vancouver Canucks vs. Edmonton Oilers Recap

Lauri Korpikoski scored in overtime for the Oilers, and Edmonton escaped Vancouver's Rogers Arena with an upset win despite being outplayed for most of the night. The Canucks had a 34-24 advantage in shots on goal and a 31-15 advantage in faceoffs, but Edmonton goalie Anders Nilsson made 33 saves to keep Edmonton in it. A player who scores the game-winner in overtime normally earns the game's first star, but Nilsson was a deserving first star Sunday. Nail Yakupov also scored for Edmonton, while Matt Bartkowski scored the Canucks' only goal. Edmonton has won two straight games after losing their first four.

Vancouver Canucks vs. St. Louis Blues Recap

The St. Louis Blues traveled north of the border to take on the Vancouver Canucks. The fans were treated with a very close game throughout that was also lots of scoring and offensive firepower on display. Jori Lehtera scored the games first goal and the only goal of the opening period. It came midway through the first and the fans might have thought it would be a slow night. But it got heated up in the 2nd period when there were 3 goals scored. Alexander Steen scored the first, followed by Robert Burtozzo and it was 3-0 Blues and then it was the Canucks turn to go on a rush.

Los Angeles Kings vs. Vancouver Canucks Recap

Los Angeles could not break into the win column this evening. They lost at home to Vancouver to fall to 0 and 3 on the season. The Kings have scored a grand total of 2 goals in the three games and have given up 12. Last night Johnathan Quick gave up 2 goals and the Kings' offense could not get going. After a scoreless first period Vancouver got on the scoreboard with a little over five minutes gone into the second period. Adam Cracknell opened the scoring for Vancouver and teammate Alexander Edler added another second period goal with a little over six minutes left in the period. The Canucks would later add an empty net goal in the third as The Kings were shutout for the game and have so far been shut out of the win column this early season.
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Vancouver Canucks 2014-2015 Schedule, Score, Roster, Rumors, Seating Charts

Vancouver Canucks Schedule in 2014 - 2015

A local derby will start the schedule of the Vancouver Canucks.
The first game of the schedule will be on October the 8th against the Flames.
The last game will be on April the 11th against the Oilers.

Vancouver Canucks Roster

This season's goal keepers are Eriksson, Lack and Miller.
The most important forward players are the Sedin twins, Burrows and Vrbata.
The most important defense players are Bieksa, Hamhuis and Edler.

Vancouver Canucks Fan Experience

The home of the Canucks is the Rogers Arena.
It was build in 1995.
The costs of the build were 160 million Canada dollars.
The former name of the stadium was General Motors Place.
It is directly integrated in the Skytrain net.
The Rogers Arena has 75 luxury suites.
Beside the suites it has over 2000 club seats.
The opening of the stadium was celebrated with Bryan Adams.
This stadium was already an Olympic winter games station.
The rock band "The Police" has chosen this place as the first event of their reunion tour.

Vancouver Canucks Trivia

From 1978 until 1996 the Canucks payed in different colors. In contrast to the blue and white logo, this logo was black, yellow and red.

Vancouver Canucks History

The first game of the Canucks was in the 1970s. They played against the Los Angeles Kings. The Los Angeles Kings won with 1:3.

Vancouver Canucks Fan Info

The fans like to play with fire.
They love to paint their faces with blue and white color.
Only a few of them wear the colors of the old logo.
Famous paroles are "believe and we win".
They like to celebrate on the street.
They like to wear a big forefinger.
This forefinger is always blue.
Some of the fans wear crazy, blue wigs.
The girls often bring some cheer leader brushes.
They like to wear short skirts.
For big games they even paint the jersey on the skin instead of wearing T-Shirts.

Vancouver Canucks Rumors

It's said that the Sedin twins earn 7 million dollars a year. Daniel ("A") and Henrik ("C") are forward players.