Are you wondering what Pickemfirst is all about ?
Watch this 2-minute YouTube video...
Apr 19: Saturday's Picks - April 20, 2013 by Dobber Hockey
Alex Burrows leads the team in scoring with 13 goals - he continues to be a very valuable (and underrated) offensive...
Burrows' second-period tally proved to be the game-winner Saturday against Calgary. He added an assist as the Canucks cruised, 5-1.
Apr 02: Canucks Acquire Derek Roy by Dobber Hockey
... which has been most of the time, the next highest forward in terms of PP ice time after the Sedins is Alex Burrows.
Burrows picked up a late goal in Vancouver's 3-2 loss at San Jose on Monday. He finished the night plus-2 with two penalty minutes.
Burrows generated Vancouver's only offense Saturday in a 5-2 home loss to Detroit. He scored in the first and third periods, giving him seven markers on the campaign.
Mar 04: Top 10 Right Wingers in the NHL by Dobber Hockey
Alex Burrows – the gritty two-way winger has fit in seamlessly with Daniel and Henrik Sedin.
Burrows enjoyed his third two-point night of the season Saturday, pocketing two assists in the Canucks' 5-2 win at home over Los Angeles. He finished the night plus-2.
Burrows booked a goal and an assist Saturday to bring his season log to 3-3-6 in 11 games. He showed no signs of being slowed by a sore wrist after being nicked in the hand in the morning skate on Friday.
Burrows, who suffered a minor hand injury during the morning skate, dished out an assist in Thursday's win over the Wild.
Burrows left Thursday's morning skate in pain after taking a puck to his right hand, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Burrows saw 17:15 minutes of ice time while working as the second-line center in Wednesday's win over the Flames.
Burrows is set to open the season on the Canucks' top line alongside the Sedin twins, the Vancouver Province reports.
Burrows signed a four-year, $18 million contract extension with the Canucks on Friday, according to TSN.ca.
Burrows has netted two goals for Team Canada since returning from an upper body injury last week.
Burrows skated Monday for the first time since suffering an apparent head injury during the IIHF World Championships last week, the Vancouver Province reports.
Burrows (head), who was woozy after an accidental collision in a game on Friday, is symptom-free but will be kept off the ice for another four to five games for observation, according to TSN.ca.
Burrows suffered an apparent concussion in the second period of Friday's World Hockey Championships Canada versus Slovakia tilt, the Vancouver Province reports.
Burrows was walking with a noticeable limp Friday morning as he headed to the team bus, according to the Vancouver Sun.
Burrows had a goal and an assist Wednesday night, but it wasn't enough as Vancouver lost to Phoenix 5-4.
Burrows skated with the Canucks' third line during Thursday's practice, the Vancouver Province reports.
Burrows received three stitches on his nose after colliding with a referee during Saturday's win over Toronto, the Vancouver Sun reports.
Burrows posted two assists in Sunday's win over Edmonton, giving him five points in the last three games.
Burrows netted his 19th goal of the season in Thursday's 4-3 shootout loss to the Red Wings.
Burrows scored both of Vancouver's goals in the first 60 minutes of play Thursday in an overtime win against St. Louis.
Burrows picked up a goal, an assist, a plus-1, six penalty minutes and three shots on goal in Thursday's loss to Carolina.
Burrows (finger) participated in the Canucks' optional skate session on Tuesday, Sportsnet's Dan Murphy reports.
Burrows is expected to rejoin the Canucks' top line Wednesday against the Avalanche, the Vancouver Sun reports.
Burrows (back) skated Friday and will be a game-time decision for Friday's game against Anaheim, the Vancouver Sun reports.