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he Canucks fired coach the easy going Alain Vign

Messaggioda lw789 » 12/01/2018, 6:23

The Winnipeg Jets play their final game before the Christmas break in Edmonton. Its an 8:30pm ct face off on TSN 1290 Radio and TSN Jets TV. This is the second of three games between these teams this season. Dustin Byfuglien has three assists as the Jets opened the NHL regular season here October 1st at Rexall Place with a 5-4 win. The (16-17-5) Jets remain 6th in the Central Division with 37 points. They trail 6th place Dallas by three points and are one point up on 7th place Nashville. The Stars have three games in hand on Winnipeg while the Predators have two. Ondrej Pavelec (11-15-4, 2.84, .908) will start in goal. Winnipeg Projected Lines: Ladd-Little-WheelerKane-Scheifele-FrolikThorburn-Jokinen-SetoguchiPeluso-ODell-Wright Byfuglien-PardyBogosian-EnstromTrouba-Stuart Mark Scheifele is on a six game point streak in which he has three goals and five assists. Since returning from injury where he missed eight games, #55 has 13 points (three goals and five assists) in his last 14 games. Evander Kane has scored in back to back games and has five points (three goals and two assists) in his last four games. After being held off the score sheet last night for the first time this season, Bryan Little has not registered a point in his last three games. Saturdays 6-0 loss at home to St. Louis has the Oilers on a six game losing streak entering tonights game. They have scored just 6 goals in their last 6 games being shut out three times. The (11-24-3) Oilers are 7th in the Pacific Division with 25 points. They trail 6th place Calgary seven points. The Flames also have two games in hand. Ilya Bryzgalov (1-4, 2.94, .917) will start in goal. Edmonton Projected Lines: Joensuu-Gagner-Eberle Hall-Nugent Hopkins-Perron Smyth-Gordon-Hemsky Gazdic-Lander-Yakupov Ference-J. Schultz N. 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I want to go as far as we can and hopefully win the Stanley Cup. Its a big year for me. Ive been sitting on the bench for a while and I want to show everybody what I can do. We all know its an Olympic year. I just want to make the best of it." The Canucks goaltending situation has been one of Vancouvers most watched soap operas the last few seasons, with Luongo playing a starring role. The veteran said his goodbyes last spring after the Canucks were eliminated from the first round of the playoffs by the San Jose Sharks. The 34-year-old had been looking for a trade ever since Cory Schneider replaced him as Vancouvers starter. The general consensus was the Canucks would deal the three-time Vezina Trophy finalist over the summer. In a move that stunned many -- including Luongo -- the Canucks instead dealt the 27-year-old Schneider to the New Jersey Devils at Junes NHL draft for the ninth overall pick, which Vancouver used to take Bo Horvat. "It caught me by surprise," said Luongo. "It takes a while. Its a process." Vancouvers training camp officially opens Wednesday and Luongo said getting back on the ice to play hockey offers him some solace. "Thats where you are the most comfortable, when youre on the ice," he said. "Youre playing the game and youre not thinking about stuff. "Thats why Im anxious to get training camp started ... to get back to a regular routine and not worry about other stuff." Luongos contract was a stumbling block in trying to trade him. He has nine years and US$40.5 million left on a deal that counts as a US$5.3 million salary cap hit. In a market once called a "goaltender graveyard," Luongo has always been a lightening rod for criticism. He isnt even sure how local fans will react to his return. "To be honest with you I dont know how its going to work out," said Luongo, who posed for pictures with several people after the workout. "Theres always going to be people supporting and theres going to be people not so supportive. It goes along with the territory. Ive realized that over the course of the year you cant really please evverybody.dddddddddddd" In his early days in Vancouver, Luongo could sometimes be cocky, even arrogant. Some days he was friendly, others aloof. He showed more maturity the last few seasons and was praised for the way he handled the situation with Schneider. The two goaltenders were supportive of each other and didnt want to be a distraction to the team. "Ive always been the same person," said Luongo. "I just think a lot of people didnt see that before. "You learn and gain experience and learn to handle certain situations, whether they are a bit more complicated or whether you are thriving. You have to handle things a certain way. Maybe I have learned that a little bit more over the last couple of years. You have to practise it." Luongo was silent in the immediate aftermath of the trade, leading to speculation he was angry. There were suggestions he might boycott the Canucks training camp. "No," he said, dismissing the notion. "Thats not my style." Vancouver general manager Mike Gillis went to Luongos home in Florida over the summer to speak with his goaltender. "We chatted," Luongo said. "There was no animosity. "I dont know if it was as rosy as he painted it but we had a couple of laughs. They were just trying to do their job (trading Schneider). I dont hold that against them." In another major move, the Canucks fired coach the easy going Alain Vigneault and replaced him with the fiery John Tortorella. "Hes going to bring a change to the dressing room," Luongo said. "Not that Alain was a bad coach but sometimes change is good. "We will see what he brings. Hopefully it will spark the boys a little bit." Last year as Schneiders backup, Luongo appeared in 20 games, including 18 starts. He had a 9-6-3 record, with two shutouts, a 2.56 goals-against average and a .907 save percentage. Luongos relationship with the Canucks may have been strained, but he sounded like a man ready to try and make things work on Friday. A strong start to the season will also help him gain a spot on the Canadian team defending its Olympic gold medal. "Ive been focused, getting ready for the last month or so," he said. "I try to eliminate every distraction, just worrying about playing the game. "At this point in time thats all I really want to be focused on ... making sure that I get back to where I was two years ago, establish myself as one of the best in the league. I dont want to squander an opportunity like that. I have a great chance to play and I want to take advantage of it." Note: The Canucks also announced Friday that Pavel Bures No. 10 will be retired at Rogers Arena prior to Vancouvers Nov. 2 game against the Toronto Maple Leafs. In 428 games with Vancouver, Bure collected 478 points, including 254 goals. 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