Canucks March Desktop Wallpaper feat the people's goalie - Eddie Lack

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Welcome to March, Canucks fans – or perhaps it would be more fitting to call it the Gauntlet.

To start with, this month’s schedule packs 16 games into 31 nights.

Cupcakes (meaning games the Canucks will potentially lose, turning the fan base into a self-doubting, loathing, raging mob): Arizona twice, Columbus, Toronto.

Playoff contenders: Blues twice, Kings twice, Sharks twice, Predators, Ducks and Jets.

It doesn’t sound promising, but hey, Vancouver just got through a hellish February with an 8-6 record, despite filling an entire wing at the hospital with injured players.

Not only that – Henrik Sedin was tied for second in points scored in February with 16, while Daniel was tied for tenth with 14. Zack kassian scored the third highest goal total in February with his seven, behind only Alex Ovechkin and Rick Nash.

Funny, when Hank said he was excited for the dogfight that is the Pacific Division in January, I thought he was nuts.

Guess Hank winning the Hart and Art Ross trophies takes being one of the most competitive players in the NHL.

Canucks March wallpaper featuring Eddie Lack

Here’s Dave Lee-son’s March wallpaper, featuring the man of the hour – Eddie Lack. Lack’s play in March will pretty much decide if the Canucks make the playoffs or not. Yeah, he’s kind of a big deal.

So big, he’ll be on your desktop all month long.

Click on the link below the image to download the high resolution zip file.

Vancity Buzz Canucks March Wallpaper

Click the following link to download the file: Canucks Desktop Wallpaper Zip File

Dave Lee-Son is a graphic designer and a big Canucks fan. He combines these two passions to bring you this desktop wallpaper.

Follow him on Twitter (@DaveLeeSon1).

For comments, feedback, or design inquiries, please email him at: this link

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Omar A has worked for 24 hours, the Canadian Press and TSN. He graduated from the Journalism program at the University of King's College
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