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Capitals, Canucks seek scoring solutions
29.10.2016 23:19

Vancouver, British Columbia - Contrary to expectations early some pundits, "the Vancouver Canucks and Washington Capitals have something in common.

They both had problems scoring. Blackhawks Winter Classic Jersey.

Clubs will try to solve their problems against each other on Saturday night, as the Canucks (4-3-1) will host the Capitals (3-2-1) at Rogers Arena.

The Canucks have been closed in the last two games, the latest of which was on Friday 2-0 step backward Edmonton Oilers and lost four after opening with four wins.

Capital, despite the presence of captain Alex Ovechkin and the other snipers, hit two consecutive losses for the first time since March 2015 for two defeats, Washington only scored three goals.

"It is definitely a little frustrating," said Vancouver second year quarterback Ben Hutton about the absence of his team's offense. "We all know the structure of our work here. We've seen it in a couple of our success. We must do everything possible to stay within our structure. We hope that some of our chances will go in."

Canadians also expect to maintain their strong defensive play. They kept McDavid controlled most of the game on Friday. Although McDavid did score on the cliff, however, the only other goal came on an empty Edmonton-Netter on forward Milan Lucic.

Canucks also fared well protected against most other opponents. They did not allow more than four goals in a game.

Captain Henrik Sedin wants to ensure that the Canucks prevent capitals of bucking this trend.

"They are very deep team," he said. "They ride the line and everyone can score on the team. It's going to be tough."

But Capitals coach Barry Trotz not impressed by his team's offensive chemistry these days. In practice on Friday in Vancouver, he again juggled his lines after reconstruction for their 4-1 loss to the Oilers in Edmonton on Wednesday.

"Just spread them out a little bit and see what we can come up with," Trotz told The Washington Post. "This is not a revelation. All the coaches move (line) around. We spread (offensive player) out a little bit, and I hope this will give some teams something to think about."

"I played a lot of them in my career," said Gudbranson, 24, who joined the Canucks in an offseason trade after playing his first five NHL seasons with Florida. "They are a very difficult team. They move the puck very well. They have an older squad. They are experienced. They have a very good power play.

"We'll have to get some rest (after the game on Friday), come in the morning, our meetings and to be focused. If we play like we did (against the Oilers), we give ourselves a chance to win every night. "

Gudbranson, likely task is to defend Ovechkin will be delivered as Vancouver coach Willie Desjardins takes advantage of having the last line change. Artemi Panarin Jersey. Hutton, most likely, Gubranson partner.

As well as his blue-line partner, Hutton does not put much stock in recent years have appeared offensive Washington trouble.

"They are a strong team and they have a few star players," said Hatton. "We must be ready."


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