the north face windbreaker Facing an old friend
really wanted to make my mark in Vancouver, Miller said this week. He moved to Anaheim for family reasons. Surely he be fired up to face his old team.
trying to take a different course with it and just have some fun with it, Mille said after the morning skate. I got to run in to some of the guys yesterday at Newport Beach and that was fun. They learned some hard lessons and are playing with structure and getting rewarded with it.
watched parts of their games. The young guys aren so young anymore and are familiar with each other and ironed out how to be a puck control team, rather than chasing it a bit. It looks like they getting it (puck) back quicker. then there the Former No. 1 vs. The New No. 1.
Ryan Miller hasn played much since moving to Anaheim, while Jacob Markstrom has carried the load for the Canucks so far this season and gets the start tonight.
Anders Nilsson fiancee has finally delivered a baby and will join the club as soon as possible.
Will it be three times a charm for the big Swede against his old crease mate?
Tanev is injured, Edler is obvious optionChris Tanev blocked four shots in Calgary on Tuesday. On Thursday, his equipment wasn hanging in a dressing room stall and Travis Green revealed that the right shot defence man is out with an upper body injury for at least the remainder of this four game road trip.
It means Alex Edler will make his return after missing 12 games with an early season knee injury.
pushed it as far as I can in practice it time to play, said Edler. feel ready and it might be tonight.
Sam Gagner and Alex Burmistrov buzz Cory Schneider.
Sedins turning the corner?The twins have seen as little ice time this season as they ever have, so it not a huge surprise Henrik only scored his first of the season on Tuesday. Daniel scored on Monday. Even with their diminished ice time, have the veteran scorers found their groove?
Ducks revolving doorRyan Getzlaf had surgery on his cheekbone this week and will be out for two months. The Ducks already have a long injury list. plan A and B and C and sometimes D and E. We been at H and I with what gone on in our hockey club this year, coach Randy Carlyle told reporters Wednesday.