Jacob Markstrom expects to play and Sven Baertschi hopes to play Saturday. And Travis Green wants to make sure we know what’s at play when he spins the goalie roulette wheel. There’s always some level of drama when the Vancouver Canucks depart on a road trip and this one is no different.
There’s the hoping and then there’s the knowing. Travis Green was hoping his Vancouver Canucks were ready for another tough NHL test against another super-sized and skilled Pacific Division opponent Tuesday. Randy Carlyle went one better knowing his reunited line of Ryan Kesler between Andrew Cogliano and Jakob Silfverberg is a matchup trump card for the Anaheim Ducks. “We have a comfort zone that they can play against any of the top lines in the league,” said the Ducks’ bench boss.
Points to ponder as Anders Nilsson got the hook, the power play had looks but was blanked again and the Ducks had a plan for Brock Boeser in a convincing 5-0 win Tuesday at Rogers Arena:The question had to be asked because Anders Nilsson doesn’t look like or sound like the same guy who had two shutouts in October and was brimming with confidence. Did those post-Christmas practice F-bombs from Travis Green rattle the once stoic, calm and collected stopper?
Define “soon”. Skating on his own for two weeks and just one practice Friday in Edmonton before B2B roadies against Oilers and Jets. Then again, was told weeks ago he was targeting Saturday’s game. We shall see. https://twitter.com/canucks/status/954058573608230912
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