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|Last 10 Games|
|Lack Perfect Once Again In Canucks' Crease |
|(9/26/14) Eddie Lack stopped all 20 shots he faced in Thursday's preseason win over Calgary.|
|Canucks' Lack Blanks Sharks In Preseason Action |
|(9/24/14) Eddie Lack stopped all 16 shots he faced in Tuesday's preseason win over San Jose.|
|Canucks' Lack Likely To Sit Final Three Games |
|(4/8/14) Eddie Lack is likely to give way to Jacob Markstrom for the final three games of the season, according to coach John Tortorella.|
|Canucks' Lack Lets In Three In Loss |
|(4/7/14) Eddie Lack made 20 saves on 23 shots in a loss to the Ducks on Monday.|
|Canucks' Lack Starting Monday |
|(4/7/14) Eddie Lack will get the start between the pipes Monday against the Ducks, Sportsnet Pacific reports.|
Canucks beat Flames 3-1
CALGARY, Alberta (AP) Calgary native Hunter Shinkaruk scored for Vancouver in the Canucks' 3-1 exhibition victory over the Calgary Flames on Thursday night.
Canucks' Lack Blanks Sharks In Preseason Action
Lack stopped all 16 shots he faced in Tuesday's preseason win over San Jose.Lack split the game with fellow goalie Joe Cannata, who gave up two goals on 18 shots. Lack enters this season as Vancouver's clear backup goalie behind veteran Ryan Miller. If Lack gets hot at any point during the season, which is probable, he could challenge Miller for some starts. Expect Lack to play 20-30 games with Vancouver this upcoming campaign.
Horvat nets winner as Canucks top Sharks 4-2
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) Bo Horvat scored in the third period to give the Vancouver Canucks a 4-2 win over the San Jose Sharks in a split-squad game Tuesday night that kicked off the preseason for both teams.
NHL training camp: Paul Stastny among new faces in new places
There are going to be a lot of new faces in new places as there is every year in the NHL. Here's a look at the new acquisitions, big and small, that could be particularly interesting to watch when training camps start.
|It looked like Eddie Lack would be Vancouver’s starting goalie heading into the 2014-2015 campaign, but the offseason signing of former Vezina winner Ryan Miller puts Lack at the end of the bench once again. The 26-year-old Lack did fine in his first full season in Vancouver, posting a 16-17-5 record, .912 save percentage and 2.41 GAA. His slow transition into the NHL was thrown out the window following a blockbuster deal at the 2014 trade deadline that sent starter Roberto Luongo to the Florida Panthers. Lack proceeded to start the following 19 games, getting worn to shreds while managing only eight wins. He should see a fair amount of starts next season, with up to 30 games being a realistic expectation. The only concern would be current-third string goalie Jacob Markstrom, who has reportedly requested a trade following the Miller signing. If Markstrom doesn’t get dealt before the season starts, he could challenge Lack for some starts as the backup. (Updated 8/13/14) |