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  1. Well considering its been the last 4 years it would have been nearly impossible for you to not remember. You make it sound like it was decades ago.
  2. If they can't have a regular 4 round, 7 game series' playoffs (which takes 2 months) then forget it. I don't care about them finishing the regular season, just seed them as per pts % or whatever they deem fair. That being said June 1st should be the drop-dead date that the NHL aims for to start the playoffs, that gives them until the end of July to finish this season and gives 6 weeks off before training camp. Playing into August and trying to delay next season just screws up 2 seasons, i'd rather just bite the bullet and lose this season and hope for a normal season to start in Oct. There was about a 35% chance the Canucks season would have ended April 4th anyways at last check hehe.
  3. Average 15th in wins 19th in pts 17th pts % 17th RW 17th ROW 9th in GF 16th in GA 4th in PP 16th PK 18th in shots per game Middle of the pack in 8 of 10 main team categories.
  4. Ah cool...so your vote is for Makar. Thanks for clarifying.
  5. Makar has missed 12 games, EP missed 11 games last season. Should Dahlin have won last year because he played all 82 and EP missed 11 games?
  6. I know you all are just trying to have fun but this this thread is a combination of depressing and cringe-worthy.
  7. They are saying its going to be 30 days minimum, that means the SC final wouldn't even start until after July 1st if they try to get in any kind of regular season finish. There has to be a drop dead date for them to get a full playoffs in and that date can't be too far past the 30 days from yesterday countdown we are already in.
  8. You do know you can have booze delivered for $3 plus tip right? And technically you don't have to tip.
  9. At the edge of our hope, at the end of our time, we have chosen not only to believe in ourselves, but in each other. Today there is not a man nor woman in here that shall stand alone. ... Today, we are canceling the apocalypse! Hang in there friends...the human spirit shall endure...
  10. 1 or even 2 you would think...still going to be troublesome for some teams including the Canucks with big signings needed just over a year from now.
  11. Been saying this for a while. If just 1-2 of those players having career years take a step back or miss any significant time next season then that will drastically effect where the Canucks finish in the standings.
  12. Yeah except they'll care when they are in class in late July because the school closed for 3-4 weeks in March.
  13. Yes but you're failing to see the most important part of this argument. If it comes down to point % then the Predators are not the team we beat out...its the Flames and Jets. My math is 100% correct. If the NHL bases the playoff's on the current standings point % then the Canucks will get 3rd in the Pacific if they base it on 68 games played for each team the Canucks get the 2nd WC.
  14. I did the math on another thread. Whether the league goes with current standings points % or goes back to the record of each team at the 68 game mark the Canucks are in. 3rd in the Pacific with the current points % or the 2nd WC if they go to the 68 game record.
  15. I just don't see how this would work logistically and fairly for all teams. Some teams have played as many as 71 games and some as few as 68. Getting the fairest match ups and then trying to schedule arenas etc just would not work. If they do end up having playoffs then either the points % of the current standings or using the records of each team after the least amount of games played for any one team (68) makes the most sense. Either way the Canucks would be in, 3rd in the Pacific based on current points % and the 2nd WC based on the 68 game records.