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Gameday P Canucks Vs Sharks April 9‚ 2019

Canucks vs Sharks April 9‚ 2019: Who'll win this game? Find out in this Gameday preview. The puck drops at 7:00 PM on the Pacific Standard Time. The game will be broadcast on CBC‚ Sportsnet 650. You can also listen live on the internet or listen to the game on your television. Here are the top players to watch for this matchup.

Bo Horvat

While most NHL players don't play well in April‚ Bo Horvat has made his presence felt in Vancouver. The Canadian captain wore the No. 19 jersey this season and was named the team's 14th captain. Henrik Sedin retired last season‚ leaving the team without a captain for one year. Quinn Hughes‚ however‚ had a solid rookie season‚ finishing with eight goals and 45 assists in 56 games and runner-up in the Calder Memorial Trophy voting. The game begins at 7:00 PM Pacific. Sportsnet Pacific and CBC will be broadcasting the game. Bo Horvat will be in the lineup for Gameday‚ so get your tickets early! When: April 9 vs Sharks at Rogers Arena. The puck drop will be at 7 p.m. PT. The game will be broadcasted on Sportsnet Pacific and CBC. The Vancouver Canucks continued their playoff success. They entered the playoffs as the fifth seed in the Conferencia Oeste. While their regular season ended with 16 points less than the year before‚ they won the series in six games‚ including the first two. Geoff Courtnall scored game-winning goals in games five and seven. Despite the rocky start‚ they ended the season as the No. 1 seed in the NHL. The Vancouver Canucks warm up before the game. They also practiced in Finland and Sweden before settling in Vancouver. Earlier in the season‚ the team played exhibition games in Sweden and Finland. They also won the Eastern Conference. In Game Day‚ the Canucks will play the San Jose Sharks. In a game that features Bo Horvat and Bo Orpheus‚ the Canucks will look good in their newest jerseys.

Thatcher Demko

Canucks goaltender Thatcher Demko will start for Vancouver Sunday‚ after James Reimer left the game in the previous game due to an undisclosed injury. Demko has faced the Sharks five times‚ and is 2-0 with a 2.18 GAA. Elias Pettersson has nine points in his last four games‚ while J.T. Miller has eight. The Canucks have a lot of good players in the lineup‚ including Bo Horvat‚ Quinn Hughes‚ and Elias Pettersson. Demko has been fantastic so far this season for a struggling Canucks team. He'll make his first start since December‚ and he'll be a big factor in tonight's contest. Demko won't have a particularly easy time of it tonight‚ but he'll have plenty to play for. His 28-19-5 record is still very impressive‚ even if he hasn't started a game in more than a month. After January Ist.‚ Demko led the league in both game misconduct and scoring. With that‚ he's going to be the top pick on the Sharks' fantasy draft. And‚ as for the game itself‚ it should be a great one! This is the game that will determine the fate of Vancouver's franchise. You won't want to miss it! After beating the Vegas Golden Knights and the Arizona Coyotes‚ the Canucks are set to face the San Jose Sharks for the third time in the season. They've beaten the Sharks twice before and a five-four overtime win on Feb. 17. The Canucks are hoping to keep their slim playoff hopes alive. Quinn Hughes was back in the lineup after a brief illness‚ but Brock Boeser‚ Tanner Pearson‚ and Tucker Poolman are all out.

Kaapo Kahkonen

Vancouver Canucks vs. San Jose Sharks: Canucks fans can expect a tight game. Vancouver moves within four points of second place in the Western Conference. San Jose is currently eight points ahead of the second-place Dallas Stars and Vegas Golden Knights. Kaapo Kahkonen is likely to start in net for the Sharks. Vancouver: The Canucks scored the first goal of the game just over two minutes into the second period. Alex Chiasson intercepted a pass from Ryan Merkley‚ streaked down the right wing‚ deked Kahkonen and put the puck into the net. Dickinson scored his first goal since being injured earlier this week. The Sharks tied the game with 5 on 3 power play. Hertl blasted a rebound past Demko. The Canucks beat the Arizona Coyotes and Vegas Golden Knights on Saturday‚ and they will try to keep their slim playoff hopes alive by beating the San Jose Sharks. Both teams dressed their lineups with 11 forwards and seven defencemen. In addition to playing on Community Heroes Night‚ the Canucks honored the lives of community members during the first game of their homestand.