2010 NHL Playoffs: Will the Vancouver Canucks Make a Splash?

March 10th, 2010 by Ryan Sullivan Leave a reply »
The Vancouver Canucks have been the epitome of being consistently inconsistent or inconsistently consistent. Whether it's on the ice during the length, or a game, or on paper during the stretch of the season, this team has left us with question marks all over the place.

That is something that unfortunately won't change come postseason time regardless of how many times you rub your rabbit's foot.

The "Boys in Blue" are leading the league in comeback wins with 10, after pulling out a 6-4 win in Colorado on Monday. They posted three goals in the second, and three goals in the third.

As mentioned, it's clearly not the first time the team has not utilized the first 20 minutes and still pulled off a win, and it probably won't be the last.

That side note is all good, fine, and fun but when it comes to the postseason will they survive only playing two-thirds of the game(s)?

Most likely not, a perfect example of this was last year against Chicago in the Western semi-finals. They took off a period a game in most of their seven matches and on paper, the team also took the last half of the series off as well.

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