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  1. Green used Loui where and how he did because Loui can play anywhere and do most things. If he was gifted the ice and opportunities others were he likely would have had more results on the stat sheets. Kudos to Loui for doing whatever the coach asked him to. I don't blame him for being a bit salty about it, but also kudos to him for never complaining about anything during the season and just putting his head down and going to work. The only wind anyone got of those feelings was after the season from a translated Swedish interview (which have been loosely translated in the past) hoping for success in his future, here or elsewhere. Guy is a consummate pro
  2. As a fan of hockey with no real interest in who wins this series, I am thoroughly disgusted with the officiating thus far. It's a disgrace. I wonder how many more apologies the league will have to issue to teams and gms before the cup is won?
  3. So I wonder what would happen if you had two goalies with NMC's?
  4. That's where I misunderstood. Thanks! I also thought you could only protect one goalie. Thought it might have been an issue if expansion rules forced you to protect only one goalie but contracts forced you to protect two
  5. Ok. I thought one of the stumbling blocks with edlers contract negotiations was the NTC, because that meant we had to protect him
  6. Weird question. What would happen if a team had 2 goalies under contract with NTC when the expansion draft happens?
  7. I thought he was playing great when he was ultimately press-boxed for the season. I watched him away from the play and noticed far better effort on both sides of the puck. When he was taken out of the lineup I was shocked. As has been stated nobody here knows the complete happenings behind closed doors, but it did seem quite an odd move at the time. I do wish he would have been left in to work his way out of hitting posts and figure out how to be a little more comfortable. A little longer leash may have helped him to stop squeezing the stick too tight. It it almost seems like green wants clones or robots instead of creative players. I personally prefer watching skill players do creative things. By the end of the season even petey stopped doing creative things. I get that young players need to learn when to take chances and when not to, but sometimes mistakes help them figure it out as much as lectures and riding the pine. I guess I just felt his leash was incredibly short, and far shorter than other top 6 players on our team. I wonder what what happens with him next year
  8. Apart from the virt flu joke I was pretty close. No selling of vets as they were either hurt or edler. We held on to playoff hopes a bit longer than I thought we would, partly because of how weak the competition was. We'll see about the pick
  9. We'd have far more wins. Losing edler and tanev at the same time cost us. Our record without those 2 was abysmal, especially the first bad stretch where beagle and sutter were both out too. Shame, really. Excited about the team we have though. GCG!
  10. Not sure if I did this right, but here's the odds. after top 3 each place drop other than 9-10 costs 1 percentage point or less. 9-10 costs 1.5 percentage points. It is a lottery
  11. Green didn't ice the 1st power play unit on the final power play because we were up lots. That sends a message to the team that the game is over. Hope he learned that lesson
  12. 6 points back of the wild card and starting a 7 game home stand against the lowly Ottawa Senators, the boys riding a 4 game point streak. Now's the time to make up some ground. Go Canucks go!