*Sorry the links are late today, didn't realize until 7:30 this morning that my final exam was at 9:00 am instead of 2:00 pm!
During the last 35 hours, the whole lot of us have thoroughly dissected the issues the Canucks are having in this series. From special teams to line combinations, it seems as though everything has been thought of and analyzed. Tonight, we get to see how the dissection went for the players themselves. Have they figured out what to do? Will they finally be able to halt that strong Kings powerplay? Will Roberto Luongo be able to shine again? We will soon find out, since Game 4 is tonight.
Links after the jump.
- Red Wings shut out Coyotes 3-0, tying the series at 2-2. (NHL, Winging It In Motown, Five For Howling)
- Penguins outplayed Senators 7-4 to take commanding 3-1 lead on series. (NHL, Pensburgh, Silver Seven)
- Flyers surprised Devils with a 4-1 win, and also take a 3-1 series lead. (NHL, Broad Street Hockey, In Lou We Trust)
- Predators also beat Blackhawks 4-1, to take a 2-1 series lead. (NHL, Second City Hockey, On The Forecheck)
- Sharks edged Avalanche 2-1 in OT. (NHL, Mile High Hockey, Fear The Fin)
- Today's schedule: Bruins host Sabres, Canadiens host Capitals, and Kings host Canucks. (NHL)
- Previews for Game 4. (NHL, Nucks Misconduct, Battle of California: parts 1, 2, and 3)
- I'm not quite sure if this is their preview or not..... (Jewels from the Crown)
- Ryan Kesler isn't thinking too much about his Selke nomination right now, wanting to focus on being a series changer instead. His teammates will praise him though. (Reid Report)
- Apparently, NHL and KHL are close to an agreement about the NHL having 2 exhibition games in Russia at the beginning of next season. (TSN)
- More pics of the Canucks. (Canucks: Day 2, Day 3)
- Lady Byng finalists: Pavel Datsyuk, Brad Richards and Martin St. Louis. (NHL)
- Finally, a happy 24th birthday to Alexander Edler.
If you find any more links, throw them in the comments.