Posted November 02, 2018 05:11:46 Vancouver Canucks fans are still waiting for the end of the season, but the mood in the Canucks locker room has been a little light.
With the season finished, the Canucks have been able to focus on the future.
Head coach Willie Desjardins told reporters on Wednesday that he is looking to get some more experience in the NHL and is ready to begin preparing for next season.
After missing almost all of the previous season with a concussion, Desjordins returned to play in just 13 games for the Canucks this year.
He had three goals and four assists.
The team also lost goaltender Roberto Luongo for the season due to a hip injury.
The Canucks are still without winger Ryan Kesler, who is in the midst of a hip surgery.
The Canucks had a rough start to the year and are in the middle of the pack in the Pacific Division.
That will be a big challenge in the second half.
They’ve also struggled to keep their players healthy and have not been able do much to help them out in the playoffs.
It has been the same story for the team over the past few seasons, but this time around it’s the goaltending.
The club will have to get their goalie on the ice more often in order to keep up.
The team has had a number of injuries throughout the season.
It’s no surprise that it’s a big problem, especially as the Canucks are one of the best teams in the league.
They’ve had two players out with serious injuries this season and have had a lot of injuries to the lineup as well.
This season has been pretty frustrating for the organization.
The injuries have been piling up, but it’s been frustrating to see the injuries to some of their top players.
The biggest loss was centre Henrik Sedin, who missed almost all last season with an injury.
It was a huge blow to the team, but one that has not gone unnoticed.