One goal, two goals, and all the way up to nine goals. That was the story of the Vancouver Canucks against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday, as they fell 9-2, thus ending their season-high seven-game win streak.
Although the team has been playing well as of late, there are a few things which could improve the on-ice product. An absence for the entire winning streak was 2019 free agent signing Micheal Ferland, who has been on the long-term injury reserve ever since sustaining a concussion in December. Ferland was signed to be a skilled and physical presence on the second and third line, something that the team is missing right now.