Wilbur

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About Wilbur

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  • Birthday 03/03/1980

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  1. I forgive you. And you can thank a higher power for that. And by higher power I mean Jose Altuve
  2. Edler again moving up another notch in all-time Canuck scoring with his assist tonight. 14. Alexandre Burrows RW 822 193 191 384 15. Alexander Edler D 820 97 277 374 16. Petri Skriko LW 472 171 202 373
  3. I know this was pointed out last year too, but seriously, when was the last time this man has broken a stick?
  4. Boeser into 74th in all-time Canuck scoring with his 3 assists tonight. 73. Rich Sutter RW 291 61 61 122 74. Brock Boeser RW 145 60 62 122 75. Lars Lindgren D 335 23 99 122 76. Adrian Aucoin D 341 49 71 120
  5. I wouldn't go as far to say he scares me, but Demko has to earn my trust. In order to earn more trust he just simply needs to play more minutes. He definitely doesn't look as smooth as silk out there but he's only allowed the one goal when Larkin was in all alone. so, so far so good.
  6. Wilbur

    Help!

    Both Draisaitl and McDavid played over 26 minutes in the loss to Chicago. Seems Tippet has found his recipe, but that can't be sustainable.
  7. Wilbur

    Help!

    Marchand and Pastrnak fell to me in my hockey pool this year, so Anaheim can continue to feel a whole lotta pain. Boston can lose too, for all I care, it can be 7-6 though
  8. Tanev busts his way into 88th in all-time Canuck scoring with his two assists tonight. 87. Bret Hedican D 310 17 85 102 88. Chris Tanev D 449 21 80 101 89. Per-Olov Brasar LW 181 37 63 100
  9. Not mention their schedule has not been tough at all. I was looking ahead, and they could easily go 10 - 0. They gotta have the lightest schedule to start the season.
  10. Agree completely. If the Canucks make the playoffs in the next two years the Miller gamble will pay off (very well), but if they don't then it wouldn't have. This is a worthy gamble as the core looks good. But if the gamble doesn't pay off then maybe the core isn't as good as we thought and the organization should look very closely at what is going wrong.
  11. When I had first made the comment I had said as well that if the Canucks make the playoffs, then yes, this trade does make good sense. I agree that it will be worth it too. But there is some element of gambling, which sometimes you have to do as you can wait forever to have all your ducks in a row to make a run.
  12. Hockey Pool advice needed.  Is it worth it to grab James Neal and drop one of Dadonov/Dubois?

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    2. -AJ-

      -AJ-

      I'm not a fantasy expert, but I have a feeling Dubois will be much better than Neal.

    3. morrissex95

      morrissex95

      Dubois is going to be a star. Keep him. 

    4. I.Am.Ironman

      I.Am.Ironman

      If it's a keeper league keep Dubois

  13. As a result he doesn't have any one in Russia second guess him. Easy to look like the smartest guy in the room when you can eliminate anyone that second guesses you.