Stats, info and video on the newest Canucks' signing
The hysterical string of injuries the Canucks are juggling have been a boom for the lucky lads in Manitoba. And with injuries now afflicting the recalls (you'd think Pudge would have told Grabner about the dangers of soccer) it may be time to stop being picky and find a warm body.
The Moose dropped a 4-2 game last night to the Abbotsford Heat with former Moose God Jason Jaffray scoring the winner. But, since we're on the Grabner/Shirokov/Desbiens watch for Friday, how did those three do?
He didn't factor on the scoresheet, but did makes some Dallas players' heads rattle. We'll see if he gets recalled by Friday.
To help distract you from the distinct possibility that the Canucks could be without Daniel Sedin for a bit of time, let's focus on the Moose for a bit.
Sergei Shirokov looked out of pace and place in his first 3 NHL games, registering zero points and was a -4. There were times that I thought that if he just scored once that perhaps he'd start flying