Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Canucks Get Chicago In Round 2

Following Monday night's Western Conference playoff action, the Canucks now know they'll face the Chicago Blackhawks in the Round 2.

The Canucks and Hawks split their four meetings during the regular season, with Vancouver out-scoring the opposition 11-3 in their last two match-ups.

Here is the head-to-head breakdown of how the Canucks and Blackhawks performed against each other in their season series.

March 29----4-0 W @ CHICAGO

D. Sedin (2g,1a), Burrows (1g,2a), H. Sedin (3a), Kesler (1g), Sundin (1a), Salo (1a)
Luongo 26svs (7th SO of season)
(PP 1/7) (PK 3-of-3)
*(Canucks 2nd road shut-out of season)*

Andrew Ladd -3, Martin Havlat -2, Duncan Keith -2, Jonathan Toews -1, Patrick Kane -1, Brian Campbell -1, Patrik Sharp missed penalty shot
Nikolai Khabibulin 19 svs
*(Hawks 2nd shut-out loss at home)*

February 7----7-3 W @ VANCOUVER

Edler (1g,3a), Kesler (2g,1a), Sundin (1g,2a), D.Sedin (1g,1a), Demitra (2a), H. Sedin (1g), Bernier (1g), Raymond (1a), Ohlund (1a), Davison (1a)
Luongo 26 svs
(PP-4/8) (PK 4-of-5)
*(Canucks build up 6-0 lead)*

Kris Versteeg (1g,1a), Cam Barker (2a), Havlat (1g), Adam Burish (1g), Campbell (1a), Ben Eager (1a), Matt Walker (1a), Brent Seabrook -3, Keith -2, Dustin Byfuglien -2, Kane -1, Toews -1
Khabibulin 3GA on 13 svs, Christobal Huet 3GA on 6svs
*(Hawks last game in six game road trip, had won four of previous five)*

December 20----1-3 L @ VANCOUVER

D. Sedin (1g), H.Sedin (1a), Hansen (1a), Mitchell (-2)
Sanford 31svs
(PP-0/6) (PK 4-of-4)
*(Canucks 31 shots with 20 more that missed the net)*

Toews (1g,1a), Kane (1g), Sharp (1g), Ladd (1a), Barker (1a), Versteeg (1a), Craig Adams (1a), Campbell (+2)
Huet 30svs
*(Hawks 7th straight win)*

October 19----2-4 L @ CHICAGO

Demitra (1g), H. Sedin (1g), Kesler (1a), Bernier (1a), Raymond (1a), Hansen (-2)
Luongo 22 svs
(PP 0-for-4) (PK 3-of-5)
*(Injuries occur to Demitra (ribs), Salo (groin), Hordichuk (knee)*

Sharp (2g,1a), Kane (1g,2a), Seabrook (1g), Versteeg (2a), Toews (1a), Byfuglien (1a)
Huet 28 svs
*(1st win for Joel Quenneville as Hawks coach)*

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