Bertuzzi said it feels good to be on the ice again and he's excited about the new direction the game has taken following the end of the lockout.
WHISTLER, B.C. (CP) -- Even when he had two defenceman draped over him Todd Bertuzzi was a load to handle. Now, with the NHL promising to make the game more open and free-wheeling, Bertuzzi's Vancouver Canuck teammates think he's going to be unstoppable. "He's always been a big, powerful guy with incredibly soft hands," centre Brendan Morrison said Wednesday after the Canucks moved their training camp to this mountain resort. "With these new rules, I don't know how you are going to stop him to be honest. He's going to be a force."