The Canucks lost two games in two days on the weekend, which means Demko, if Markstrom is unable to play, will be asked to help keep his team’s season alive when it faces elimination against the Golden Knights tonight at 9:45 p.m. ET / 6:45 p.m. PT on Sportsnet.
@ErikGudbranson on time in Vancouver: "Honestly, I'm not too proud of it. I don't think I played very well. I worked hard every single day, came to the rink and tried to get it together. I want to thank the #Canucks for the time the spent, taking care of my injuries, and treating me with nothing but respect, and I really enjoyed my time here. I just wish I could have been better."
New impact players set to debut, a young star still to be signed, and a frustrated veteran who may no longer be a fit. Head coach Travis Green discussed it all with Iain MacIntyre ahead of what figures to be a significant 2019-20 campaign for his young Canucks.
“Daniel Sedin on Elias Pettersson: From what I've seen, nothing is impossible for that guy, that's for sure. I said before the season, if he could come in and be as good as he was in Sweden, I didn't think playoffs was out of the question, and that's where they are now #canucks”