Final

Series (Game 3 of 4)

Vancouver leads 3-0

Game 1: Sunday, October 26th
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OT
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Game 2: Friday, October 31st
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Game 3: Tuesday, January 13th
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Game 4: Monday, March 29th
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Canucks 4

(25-11-2, 59 pts)

Coyotes 1

(16-13-2, 46 pts)

9:00 PM ET, January 13, 2004

Jobing.com Arena, Glendale, Arizona

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VAN 2 0 24
ARI 0 0 11

M. Naslund (Canucks - LW): Goals: 2, Assists: 1

E. Jovanovski (Canucks - D): Goals: 1, Assists: 0

T. Bertuzzi (Canucks - RW): Goals: 0, Assists: 2

Vancouver (24-11-7-2) at Phoenix (16-12-12-2) 9:00 pm EST

GLENDALE, Arizona (Ticker) - After having his shutout streak halted, goaltender Brian Boucher will try to extend his personal 10-game unbeaten streak as the Phoenix Coyotes host the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday night.

Boucher set a modern NHL record with five straight shutouts before allowing a power-play goal to Randy Robitaille 6:16 into the first period of Sunday's 1-1 tie with the Atlanta Thrashers.

The 27-year-old Boucher entered the season with seven shutouts in 148 career games. He is 6-0-4 since a 1-0 setback at Atlanta on November 23 and on Monday was named the NHL's Defensive Player of the Week for the second straight time. Boucher made 146 saves during the streak, which is the third-longest in NHL history.

Daymond Langkow scored for the third time in four games at 6:21 of the third period Sunday to stretch Phoenix's unbeaten streak to six games (5-0-1). Prior to that stretch, the Coyotes lost two of three contests, with Sean Burke in the nets.

The Canucks posted consecutive wins before Sunday's 2-2 tie with the Florida Panthers. Defenseman Mattias Ohlund and Henrik Sedin scored third-period goals for Vancouver. Ohlund had committed a turnover late in the first period, leading to Florida's first goal.

Vancouver is 4-0-2 in the last six meetings with Phoenix, including a win and a tie in two matchups this season.

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