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Canucks 7 Blue Jackets 3: By The Numbers

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These are great times to be a Canucks fan aren't they? The Canucks embarrassed the stone cold Blue Jackets and are now 6-0-1 in their last 7 games. Allow me to throw some numbers at you rather than rant and rave about how bad Columbus is and how good the Canucks are.

2- hat tricks for Alexandre Burrows in his career

2- points for Sami Salo (1 goal, 1 assist)

2- shorthanded goals by the Canucks this season

2- Rick Nash had 2 assists, was a -2 and had 2 shots on goal

5- points for Kyle Wellwood in his last 7 games

5- Canucks had a multi-point night

6- The Canucks currently hold 6th spot in the West, 5 points up on 9th place Detroit and 2 points behind the NW Division-leading Flames, who also won tonight.

7- Burrows and the Twins combined to be a +7 against Columbus

9- points combined by the Sedins and Burrows tonight


11- different Canucks scored at least a point

17- wins at GM Place this season, more home wins than any other NHL team  second-most in the NHL to Chicago

19:59- ice time for Ryan Kesler, easily more than any other Canucks forward. Played 5:18 on the PK.

21.8- Henrik Sedin's shooting percentage. 2nd best in the NHL.

22- Christian Ehrhoff's +22 rating now ranks him in sole possession of tops in the NHL. By the way, Ehrhoff is featured in's King of the Rink. See how well his teammates know him.

38- Henrik  is 2nd in the NHL with 38 assists.

58- points for Henrik, tying him with Joe Thornton for the NHL lead. Hank is making the headlines. He is on pace to eclipse 100 points this season.

60- Burrows is almost on pace to reach 60 points this season. He had 51 points last season.



1. Alexandre Burrows

2. Henrik Sedin

3. Daniel Sedin