Scoring chances from Game One between the Sharks and Canucks.
The Canucks have been a little too hospitable at times during the playoffs. Time to take advantage of the home ice and head to San Jose with a 2-0
At $617 the Canucks have the highest ticket prices of the four remaining teams. However if you view the conference final prices in comparison with the regular season rates, Vancouver has the smaller increase percentage-wise.
Recap of game one between the San Jose Sharks and Vancouver Canucks. Vancouver went on to win the first game of this Western Conference Finals series by the score of 3-2.
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Predictions from Fear the Fin and around the league for the upcoming Western Conference final between San Jose Sharks and Vancouver Canucks
I saw someone say this is going to be the 1st series both teams choke. Like it or not, one of these teams is going to the Stanley Cup Finals.
|- 1, San Jose Goal - Joe Thornton (3), unassisted at 18:47. Penalties - Douglas Murray, San Jose (Hi-sticking), 9:09; Ben Eager, San Jose (Interference), 13:16.|
|- 2, Vancouver Goal - Maxim Lapierre, from Jannik Hansen and Raffi Torres at 1:49. 3, San Jose Power-Play Goal - Patrick Marleau (4), from Dan Boyle and Joe Thornton at 8:44. Penalties - Kent Huskins, San Jose (Hooking), 3:52; Mason Raymond, Vancouver (Holding), 7:44.|
|- 4, Vancouver Goal - Kevin Bieksa (2), from Alexandre Burrows and Henrik Sedin at 7:02. 5, Vancouver Power-Play Goal - Henrik Sedin (2), from Christian Ehrhoff and Ryan Kesler at 8:21. Penalties - Dany Heatley, San Jose (Elbowing), 7:34; Dan Boyle, San Jose (Holding), 17:36; Maxim Lapierre, Vancouver (Diving), 17:36.|