Go with The Flow Published: November 23, 2017 Updated: November 23, 2017 5:08 PM PST Filed Under: Rookie forward Brock Boeser of the Vancouver Canucks has wasted no time putting his stamp on the team's promising future. Jeff and Botch dive into the roll Canucks rookie Brock Boeser is on and how his scoring success is starting to attract attention around the league. They discuss the way the fan base is reacting, too. The guys discuss the week for Loui Eriksson, Erik Gudbranson and Derek...
Whitecaps star Yordy Reyna has spoken out about what he told Peruvian police. According to the Whitecaps star, he was indeed in the apartment where teenager Alessandra Chocano suffered some sort of fatal injury. “A guy came out completely naked with blood, when we entered the room we saw a girl lying on the table full of blood, we did not know what to do at that time,” Reyna, 24, told Peruvian TV. The bloodied man was not him, he wanted to make clear.
Points to ponder as the Canucks prepare for their second game in two nights in the Keystone State (4 p.m. PT, PPG Paints Arena, Sportsnet Pacific, Sportsnet 650 AM). The Canucks beat the Penguins 4-2 at The Rog three weeks ago, is a repeat performance in store? Is there any way to say Sid the Kid isn’t the key to the Penguins’ success? No, there isn’t. Brandon Sutter has been getting the big minutes this season against the opposition’s top centre and here he is facing the team that sent him away.
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