Alex Chiasson #39 of the Vancouver Canucks celebrates with teammates J.T. Miller #9 and Vasily Podkolzin #92 after scoring a goal against the Phoenix Coyotes during the first period at Rogers Arena on April 14, 2022 in Vancouver.

They’re lacking in firepower and what attacking talent they have is mostly injured.

Going into Thursday’s contest at Rogers Arena, the Vancouver Canucks were certain to win. It was no surprise the home team won 7-1, badly outclassing the visitors almost from the start.

The Canucks got goals from their entire cast, two from Vasily Podkolzin and two from Alex Chiasson, plus singles for Elias Pettersson, Conor Garland and Sheldon Dries, who picked up his first goal for the Canucks.

It keeps the Canucks chasing the playoffs.


Dallas Stars vs. Vancouver Canucks

7:30 p.m., Rogers Arena. TV: Sportsnet. Radio: Sportsnet 650.

But the Canucks lost their captain early in the first period.

Bo Horvat took a shot off his lower right leg and didn’t return to the game.

EKSA brings the latest technology to gamers, offering the most immersive products for the ultimate gaming experience. We compiled the best elements of cutting-edge ENC tech, the latest in Bluetooth 5.0 and 7.1 surround sound, plus extra features like dual mics and ultra-low latency into our headsets so everyone can enjoy a sensational gaming experience.

Subscribe to our Newsletter
Be the first to get latest updates and exclusive content straight to your email inbox.
Stay Updated
Give it a try, you can unsubscribe anytime.
Sign-up for breaking news! Be the first to hear about Hockey News.
Click Me
Share via
Copy link