Canucks Takeaways: Familiar mistakes return but stars nearly steal win
The Canucks gave up a pile of out-numbered rushes early, looked disorganized at times defensively and couldn’t escape the "big mistake" while falling behind the St. Louis Blues by three goals. But just like they used to, the Canucks were dragged back into the game by their offensive stars and nearly outscored their problems in a 6-5 overtime loss.
As Canucks continue to improve, Miller returns to being point-per-game player
Miller launched the Canucks’ 7-2 win Thursday against the San Jose Sharks with his league-leading fifth shorthanded goal at 6:15 of the first period and later added an assist while logging at least 20 minutes of ice time for the ninth time in 10 games.
Canucks Takeaways: Delia sharp, Hughes and Petterson stay hot vs. Ducks
Collin Delia almost became the first California-born goalie to post a shutout in his home state. While Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes continued their greatness amidst a grating season. Iain MacIntyre gives his takeaways from the Canucks' win.