Canucks: 3 takeaways from 3-1 win over Blues

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The Vancouver Canucks were back in action on Monday night looking to fend off the Stanley Cup champions and stay on top of the Pacific Division. Here’s what we learned.

The Vancouver Canucks’ elite trio got the job done on the weekend teaming up with the rest of the Pacific Division All-Stars and winning the 2020 All-Star Game. No time to celebrate, the three Canucks will gladly claim their share of the $1 million dollar grand prize and get back to work against the Blues.

Leading the Pacific Division by a single point, the Canucks knew this would be the first big test down the stretch. After a nine-day cool off, Vancouver looked to remain hot, and bucking off the Western Conference powerhouse Blues would surely reignite the Canucks’ inner drive for success.

Vancouver would extend their home ice winning streak with a win over St. Louis. From the top of the line-up, all the way to the bottom, every Vancouver player needed to bring their best in order to survive 60 minutes against the league’s big juggernaut. An All-Star performance from Vancouver’s best might be what it takes to stay on top. Let’s take a deeper look at the results from Monday night’s battle, a 3-1 win for the Canucks.