CALGARY — The Vancouver Canucks flew back home after Tuesday night’s 3-1 Game 4 loss to the Calgary Flames facing a number of questions.
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Among them are who starts in goal in Game 5 and what has happened to Vancouver’s penalty kill.
Trailing 3-1 in the first round series, there is no more room for error.
“We’re a confident group when we’ve faced elimination before,” said Canucks defenceman Kevin Bieksa. “The last one’s the toughest one to win, so we go back home and we put everything we can into that one, try to get that game and then put the pressure back on them.”
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In net, Ryan Miller made his first appearance of the series starting the second period after Eddie Lack was beaten three times on seven shots…
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