Colorado Avalanche vs Vancouver Canucks
Vancouver Canucks Brad Isbister (C) and Alex Burrows gang up on Colorado Avalanche center Peter Forsberg during the third period at the Pepsi Center in Denver on March 4, 2008. Burrows earned a roughing penalty. Forsberg made his comeback in the NHL after signing with the Avalanche. Colorado beat Vancouver 2-1. (UPI Photo/Gary C. Caskey)
Alex Steen beat Cory Schneider in the third round of a shootout for St. Louis Tuesday, handing the playoff-hopeful Blues a key 2-1 win over Vancouver.
Henrik and Daniel Sedin combined for a goal and five assists Saturday and Vancouver strengthened its hold on first place with a 5-2 win over Calgary.
Joe Thornton provided a goal and an assist Monday, helping the surging San Jose Sharks build an early lead and then hang on to defeat Vancouver 3-2.
Daniel Sedin scored Vancouver's go-ahead goal with 8:28 to go in the third period Thursday, propelling the Canucks to a 4-1 win over Colorado.
Henrik Zetterberg and Justin Abdelkader each scored twice for Detroit Saturday and the Red Wings concluded a road swing with a 5-2 spanking of Vancouver.
Henrik Sedin gave Vancouver a two-goal lead early in the third period Thursday and the Canucks held on to defeat Dallas 4-3.
Dustin Penner put Los Angeles in front with 3:14 to go in regulation Wednesday and the Kings opened the first round of the playoffs by downing Vancouver 4-2.
Sami Salo began a barrage of four unanswered goals Friday that sent the Vancouver Canucks storming past Dallas 5-2.
Roberto Luongo made 28 saves in his third shutout of the season Wednesday, sending the Vancouver Canucks to a 2-0 decision over St. Louis.
Alex Burrows scored the lone shootout goal Thursday, giving Vancouver a 4-3 win over Detroit and ending the longest home winning streak in NHL history.