What was said
Bruce Boudreau doesn’t have any time for the back to back excuse.
“I don’t get the whole back to back thing ,why it’s tiring,” said Boudreau per Mike Morreale of NHL.Com. “That excuse goes out the window.”
The Canucks coach also spoke about Halak’s poor play.
“We’ll cross that bridge when we get to it,” said Boudreau per Thomas Drance of The Athletic. “I’m concerned because the last two times he’s started he’s been pulled. When the sixth one went in he looked like he was a beaten man.”
Conor Garland spoke about how his team needed to play better in front of Halak.
“We didn’t match their speed,” said Garland. “Got down quick. Unacceptable in a game like this.”
Advanced stat of the night
High danger Corsi for percentages were 66.67% for the Devils (Funny how 666 was part of the number for a team called the Devils. ) and only 33.33% for the Canucks
Tweet of the night
This pretty much sums up the Canucks season.
It looks like Quinn will have to buy the painting for Jack. Wonder what painting they both want?
The Canucks take two days off before they had to Elmont, New York to face the New York Islanders. Puck drop is once again at 4:30 PM.