Vancouver Canucks: Week 10 Pacific Division Power Rankings

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Dec 3, 2015; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; Vancouver Canucks goaltender Ryan Miller (30) and defenseman Alexander Edler (23) defend against Dallas Stars forward Patrick Sharp (10) during the third period at Rogers Arena. The Dallas Stars won 4-2. Mandatory Credit: Anne-Marie Sorvin-USA TODAY Sports

7. Vancouver Canucks

Week #9 Record: 0-3-1

Overall Record: 9-11-8

What’s Good?

Unfortunately, it is hard to find much good in the Canucks right now. Luckily, though, there is something we can name. Henrik and Daniel. The aging duo continues to score game after game, and unless they randomly collapse one day, they should continue to be good for another few years.

What’s Bad?

The rest. The bottom three forward lines, the second and third defensive pairings, and the goalies. None of them had good performances last week. Ryan Miller was disappointing, Jacob Markstrom was even worse, nobody not named Sedin seems to know how to score, and the defence struggles equally. Not a good time to be Canucks fans.

What’s Next?

The Canucks stay at home for another two games (vs. Buffalo and NY Rangers) before heading on a six-game road trip. Winning on the road is generally tougher than at home, so wins against Buffalo and New York could give the team a much-needed boost.

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