Lindsay Berra reflects on 10 storylines that defined the 2010-11 NHL season, starting with the Ilya Kovalchuk contract saga and concluding with Boston's Stanley Cup victory.
Alain Vigneault made the defensible decision to start Roberto Luongo immediately after Game 6, but the spotlight will be glued to the goalie in Game 7. Will Luongo alter his legacy or endure the same scrutiny that plagues NBA star LeBron James?
After getting pulled in Game 4 and allowing 12 goals over the past two games, Roberto Luongo has fans frustrated and questions flying about whether the Canucks can win a crucial Game 5 in Vancouver.
Aaron Rome will be suspended for his hit Monday night on Boston's Nathan Horton, and the Canucks are prepared to once again survive without one of their defensemen, Lindsay Berra writes.
After a big hit by Dan Hamhuis drew attention in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals, Lindsay Berra checks in with hip-check specialist Rob Blake on the lost art.
Lindsay Berra writes that, among remaining players, Alex Burrows of the Vancouver Canucks is the biggest bargain in the Stanley Cup.
Lindsay Berra writes about the on-ice connection between the Vancouver Canucks' Henrik and Daniel Sedin, who are finally hitting their postseason stride after two rough rounds.
Lindsay Berra breaks down the keys to the Western Conference finals matchup between the San Jose Sharks and Vancouver Canucks.