The Vancouver Canucks (36-23-3) shoot for their fifth-consecutive home ice win tonight when they play host to the San Jose Sharks (31-25-8) at Rogers Arena. The Canucks enter the game five points up on the Sharks in the Pacific Division and hold two games in hand. Tonight marks the start of the stretch run for the Canucks, who have 20 games remaining on their schedule.
Botchford: Baertschi trade a move for future
Jason Botchford joins Jake and Dave for Canucks Breakfast, saying Jim Benning trading for Sven Baertschi comes with risk but it's a move intended for the future, not this season or the next.
Nash admits NBA career likely over
Though he has yet to confirm his retirement, Steve Nash is under no delusions when it comes to the fact that his NBA career is at its end. The Los Angeles Lakers point guard joined the The Bro Jake Show on TSN Radio 1040 Vancouver on Tuesday morning and pulled no punches when it came to the state of his game. “Unfortunately the NBA game is just a touch too far for me," said the 41-year-old native of Victoria, BC.
The Bro Jake Show: Pratt's Rant – Sharks lack bite
Dave Pratt rants about the Sharks having a disappointing season and lays the blame on the feet of San Jose’s management team.
Benning: Canucks adding to core with Baertschi
Canucks GM Jim Benning tells BMac and Taylor that he didn't think his team needed a veteran boost at the deadline, but says Sven Baertschi is a solid addition to the Canucks group of young prospects.
Baertschi: Ready to contribute for Canucks
Newly-acquired Sven Baertschi tells Sekeres and Price that he's excited to join the Canucks and feels he's ready to make an impact in Vancouver.
Conacher: Hoping to play a role with Canucks this season
Cory Conacher joins Sekeres and Price following his trade deadline deal for Dustin Jeffrey. Conacher will start in Utica, but says he hopes to play a role with the Canucks this season.
C'Mon Ref: Can goal count after whistle?
In Tuesday's edition of C'Mon Ref, TSN Hockey analyst and former NHL referee Kerry Fraser takes a look at the play where a puck rolled across the goal line despite a referee's whistle being blown. Is it automatically no goal, or does instant replay become a factor?
Canucks blow lead, beat Blues in shootout
Nick Bonino, Radim Vrbata and Chris Higgins scored in the shootout as the Vancouver Canucks recovered from a blown lead for a 6-5 win over the St. Louis Blues on Sunday. Blues goalie Brian Elliott replaced starter Jake Allen to start the third, but was put back in the game a little over six minutes into the final frame after Elliott let up a goal to make it 5-2 Canucks.
Whitecaps draw Fire 1-1 in final preseason match
Centre back Pa-Modou Kah scored the goal for the Caps in the first half, Shahdon Winshester equalized in the 90th for Chicago
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