Saw Chris Tanev after the game. No visible ice pack, brace or sling. Travis Green did not have an update on Tanev’s status, but left open the possibility that the #Canucks may recall a defenceman from Utica.
8:39 PM · Nov 7, 2019 from Chicago, IL
Re: Canucks vs Backhawks, Nov 7, 2019, 5:30pm SNP
Posted: Fri Nov 08, 2019 2:00 am
Well that was painful, but hopefully there is learning curve.
Seemed like the cawks did to us what we’ve been doing to everyone else. They came prepared.
Canucks; Tanev’s last shift came on a Blackhawks’ power play that ended with Andrew Shaw’s goal.
Haven't got a clue! Didn't PVR because I watched live somewhere else. I know better than that. Can't see on highlights.
Green; “I just don't think we were very good. Didn't look sharp, didn't handle the puck very well. We just weren't very good tonight.”
Crawford did have a good game but Canucks just didn't play sharp for long stretches allowing Hawks to build momentum during those lags.
No point playing Eriksson anymore now. He is actually out of shape. Skating slow. Can't keep up with plays. When I see a guy skating with
his head down, struggling to dig and gain speed, I know he's no good for this level of play right now. Yes, that means going down to the farm
and getting in shape.
Jake was almost really good. Damn guy.
Travis better do something or stop doing something cause the team is "noticeably" tensing-up, (squeezing the sticks). Sucks to watch.
Too early to be tired.
“We did a lot of good things and were still in this game late, that’s what we can take away. We didn’t like our start, but we picked it up to end the 1st. Tomorrow is another test and we have to respond.” - Stecher