Monday , January 17 2022

Canucks Game Day: Horvat's great challenge, punch marks, Petters gloss, Kesler summon



Canucks Vancouver at Anaheim Ducks
Wednesday, 7 p.m., Honda Center, Sportsnet Pacific, Sportsnet 650


Bo Horvat against Ryan Getzlaf

Everything the injury is damaged, aging and plumming Ducks – a rapid strike crime and the power of the Pacific Ocean Region – still have a dynamic face duo in Ryan Getzlaf and Ryan Kesler. And because Bo Horvat is hitting the hardest games, he will see the Getzlaf dominating physical. Anaheim captain has 55.9 per cent face-to-face efficiency and Horvat is ticking behind 55.8. Horvat is a wonderful run in the absence of the injured Brandon Sutter and Jay Beagle who won a future captain 23 of 33 face days (Monday). "I love it and I have a lot of pride," said Horvat, whose total of 590 hit the NHL. "I'll find the most I get more rhythm I'm going in. To be out in key situations – I'll thrive on the things that. "


1. Give the best to give so many goals

The Canucks have sink like rocks to stop goals. They have surrendered 40 in their last nine hours and now they run on 30th with allowing 3.56 goals per game. Part of it kills a plumbing penalty at a 21st position, but has put 20 goals in the last 34 opportunities over 10 games for a 59 per cent efficiency that is extremely low. That is in line with the death of Sutter's injury and more pressure on Horvat. The Ducks are located in 30th in the output of goals per game on paper 2.09, so that should help to stop the tide. There is a winnable game for the Canucks.

2. Pettersson's payroll pays

After losing back the backup of Nikolay Goldobin's wizard Monday from the turnover of Tyler Myers – the ninth innumerable brain point in his last nine games – Elias Pettersson's persuade was on the screen and reached the Jets defender to turn it out and slot. "Good defense leads to a good crime," said Pettersson of the play. "That's my only thinking."

3. Gagner can make an accurate contribution

Sam Gagner played the game that was remembered 16:47 on Monday and did not look out in a high-tempo game. He had two shots and four attempts and Horvat set for a shot that turned along the goal line and out of the other side. Gagner's flexibility capacity and veterans to play the middle or the wing and PP will help on a three-game trip.

4. Kesler is always worried about something

Ryan Kesler is always playing through a disorder. It is usually linked to a tied and the old Canucks center is tired of being tied for the worst-9 team worst and has only four goals in 19 games. But it's still a pain in the circle with a 52.9 percent efficiency and it's likely to be around it, driving the best Wednesday night.

5. Roussel travels to emotional rescue

Antoine Roussel tried to trigger Canucks on Monday. They were down 4-1 and felt embarrassed, so he was an attacker in fighting with Brandon Tanev. 17 minutes ran a penalty and gave another opportunity to play the power of the league another chance. It could have fried, but Tyler Motte scored a short break.



Tim Schaller – Bo Horvat – Loui Eriksson
Nikolay Goldobin – Elias Pettersson – Sam Gagner
Antoine Roussel – Markus Granlund – Jake Virtanen
Darren Archibald – Adam Gaudette – Tyle Motte


Ben Hutton – Erik Gudbranson
Derrick Pouliot – Chris Tanev
Michael Del Zotto – Troy Stecher


Jacob Markstrom – Richard Bachman



Rickard Rakell – Ryan Getzlaf – Ondrej Kase
Andrew Cogliano – Ryan Kesler – Jakob Silfverberg
Nick Ritchie – Adam Henrique – Pontus Aberg
Brain Gibbons – Kalle Kossila – Kiefer Sherwood


Jacob Larsson – Josh Manson
Josh Mahura – Brandon Montour
Marcus Peterson – Andy Welinski


Ryan Miller – Kevin Boyle


Canucks: Brock Boeser (additive, week to week. IR), Brandon Sutter (split shoulder, IR), Anders Nilsson (finger facts, on a daily basis, IR). Sven Baertschi (concussion, IR), Alex Edler (day-to-day laptop, IR), Jay Beagle (front cut, IR).
Ducks: John Gibson (sickness, day to day), Fowler's Phase (surface break, IR), Hampus Lindholm (lower body, IR), Corey Perry (knee, IR), Carter Rowney (upper body, IR ), Maxime Comtois (lower boy, IR), Kevin Roy (upper body, IR), Patrick Eaves (back faeces, IR).


Play power
Canucks: 19th (19.2%)
Ducks: 26 (15.0%)

Killing penalty
Canucks: 21 (77.9%)
Ducks: 13th (80.8%)

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