I think Luongo will have a steady performance, he seemed to snap out of whatever mental fog he's been living in for the last month in the third period of the Washington game, and making that huge glove save on Ovechkin was something he really needed. I also heard the return of some "Looooous" in Rogers Arena by the end of that game, and maybe he needed that. I don't expect him to stand on his head tonight, nor do I think he's at the point where he's going to bail the team out and steal a game, but I don't get the feeling that he's going to come unglued and let in a string of softies. It is November, so now the game mean something to this team and it's goalie, and that means that Luongo is on the cusp of playing Vezina-worthy hockey for three-and-a-half months until he has a 2 week mental lapse and then puts it together to end the season (is it any wonder he always comes up just shy of winning the Vezina?)
As HW mentioned, the Canucks always put it together against these guys, and vise-versa. When they come up short, it is generally the result of some bad bounces for Vancouver, some lucky bounces for them, and/or Kiprusoff putting up a wall. Kipper is easily solvable though, just screen him and move the puck point to point and let it go. If Mikka the Keepa has one weakness, it's his ability to track the puck through traffic, he's amazing positionally, and sets up well to cover the gaps in his defense, but if a shot gets through a defender you have a good chance of beating him.....none of this is to say that he won't make some amazing saves and isn't one of the NHL's better goalies.
Calgary's defense is much different now with the departure of Regehr. He was their key crease-clearer and their steadiest guy on the PK. Sarich can be as physical and throw the big hit, but he's more irresponsible. Hannan is a decent replacement for Regehr, but not as strong. Beyond that they don't have much in the way of depth on the blueline, at least nothing that can't be outplayed by 3 of our lines if they work hard.
Sedins need to step it up and get it together tonight.