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Messaggioda lw789 » 10/01/2018, 3:49

Twenty-four hours after a 3-2 win in Edmonton, the Vancouver Canucks (8-3) return to action when the host the Nashville Predators (6-2-2) at Rogers Arena. The Canucks have won four straight and five of their last six games. Last night, Derek Dorsett’s third period short-handed effort – his first goal in a Canucks uniform -- was the difference. Ryan Miller made 25 saves for his league-leading eighth win of the season. Miller is likely to sit and watch Eddie Lack get the start tonight. The Canucks are 0-2 in the back-half of back-to-back games this season. Those are Lack’s only starts this season (against the Lightning and in Colorado versus the Avalanche). In his only career start versus the Predators, he was a 2-0 winner on home ice on March 19. The Canucks killed off all three Oiler power plays last night and have now gone 11/11 on the penalty kill in the past four games. Overall, the Canucks PK is fifth in the league at 88.1 per cent. The power play went scoreless in three opportunities last night, but has produced at least one goal in all five home games this season and has scored seven times in 23 chances (30.4 per cent) at Rogers Arena. Bo Horvat has been recalled from the Canucks AHL-affiliate Utica Comets after a two-week conditioning stint. The 19-year-old had no points and nine shots on goal in his five games with the Comets. Horvat, Alex Burrows and Ryan Stanton all skated for an hour this morning, making it unlikely he will make his NHL debut tonight. After a torrid start with goals in four of his first five games with the Canucks, Radim Vrbata has gone cold with just one goal in his past six games – an empty-netter against Washington. With a third period chance last night, Daniel Sedin made Canucks history, passing Markus Naslund for top spot on the franchise all-time list for shots on goal. Daniel now has 2614 shots in the NHL. Tonight’s game features two of the highest-scoring rookies in the NHL a month into the new season. Canucks forward Linden Vey scored his fourth goal last night and has six points while Nashville’s Filip Forsberg has a goal and seven assists and trails only the Los Angeles Kings Tanner Pearson, who has nine points. The Preds have cooled a little after a 5-0-2 start to the season. They have won one of their last three games and are back in action tonight after a 4-3 loss in Calgary on Friday. James Neal, who scored twice against the Flames, has seven goals to start the season. Filip Forsberg and Mike Ribeiro lead the team with eight points apiece. Shea Weber is second in the NHL in average time on ice (27:47), while Roman Josi is fourth (27:23). Defenceman Anton Volchenkov was handed a four-game suspension this morning, which means Maple Ridge’s Victor Bartley will likely make his season debut on defence. Matt Cullen is celebrating his 38th-birthday today. Pekka Rinne will turn 32 tomorrow. Rinne has started five-straight games and nine of the Preds 10 contests this season. In 15 career games against the Canucks, Rinne is 5-7-1 with a 2.87 GAA and .908 save percentage. Douglas Santos Jersey . -- Gary Harris gave No. Casemiro Jersey .J. Hardy to avoid a three-game sweep after blowing a big early lead. Odour had a leadoff single in the seventh and scored the tiebreaking run with the help of two errors by Hardy as the Rangers went on to beat the Orioles 8-6 on Thursday night. http://www.officialbrazilonline.com/wor ... ll-jersey/. Mika Zibanejad and Jason Spezza scored in the shootout to lead the Ottawa Senators to a 2-1 victory over Nashville on Saturday night. Walace Jersey .com) - The Buffalo Bills will return to the friendly confines of Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday when they welcome the upstart Cleveland Browns to town. Marquinhos Jersey . Philippe Desrosiers stopped 42 shots through overtime and three more in the shootout to pick up his third shutout of the season for Rimouski (31-15-7). Zachary Fucale made 28 saves for Halifax (34-17-3) in the loss.Got a question on rule clarification, comments on rule enforcements or some memorable NHL stories? Kerry wants to answer your emails at cmonref@tsn.ca. Hi Kerry, Always a pleasure; really enjoy your column. Keep up the good work. In the Bruins/Panthers game Tuesday with less than 10 seconds to play, Tim Thomas - clearly frustrated - took a swipe at Soderberg with his stick. He was assessed a two-minute minor for high sticking. I am curious as to why this was not a match penalty and perhaps even a suspendable action. It seems to me had a skater done a similar action, as blatant as it was, it would be deemed as such. I believe this would fall under Rule 60.4, but am not certain. Can you please comment on this play and explain what the ref/linesman saw (or failed to see), to deem it a mere minor high sticking penalty? Thank you (I was trying to work the word qualm in there somewhere, since I know you like it so much)! Dear Anonymous Friend: I have no qualms in telling you that Tim Thomas deserved a match penalty under Rule 60.4 for the one-handed tomahawk swing with his heavy goalie stick paddle to the neck of Bruins forward Carl Soderberg. Regardless of the score or time in the game, or whether the blow was in retaliation for Thomas being contacted on the shoulder by Soderbergs stick inside the blue paint, a match penalty was warranted based solely on the degree of force and especially the location of the blow with the goal stick to the neck of Soderberg. While no apparent injury resulted to Soderberg this was a very dangerous play that should be addressed by the Player Safety Committee. At the very least, a substantial fine should be levied to Tim Thomas even if that Committee does not deem the stick swing to be worthy of a suspension. It is acknowleedged in the rules that a goalkeepers unique equipment is not only designed to provide protection and to stop the puck but that when used in an altercation can do considerable damage to an opponent.dddddddddddd For that reason, Rule 51.3 provides that a match penalty must be assessed if, in the judgment of the referee, a goalkeeper uses his blocking glove to punch an opponent in the head or face in an attempt to deliberately injure an opponent. The manner in which Tim Thomas used his heavy goalie stick last night falls well within the spirit and intent of the match penalty rule. The reason the referee most likely assessed only a minor penalty on this stick swing was based on his obstructed view from behind the goal line against the end boards. I continually state this not the best location to view plays in and around the goal crease; as a matter of fact it is often the worst position for a referee to stand! I want you to look at the replay clip again; only this time through the eyes of the referee that made the call from behind the goal line. Tim Thomas swing was very quick and accelerated in real-time but most importantly, the ref, from his position, was looking directly through Brian Campbells back as Thomas stick made contact with Soderberg. Campbell then wrestled Soderberg to the ice so both players were now directly in the referees sight line. There was also a minor log jam of players out in front of the net (especially Tom Gilbert and Chris Kelly) that could have prevented the linesmen and the other referee from seeing the full force of Tim Thomas stick blow to Soderbergs neck. As quickly as it can happen, the full effect of a play can be missed or greatly diminished without the best sightline. 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