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  1. Someone needs to tell that cameraman the mask goes over his nose and mouth, not his eyes.
  2. Murphy as never fired by the Canucks. After 2 seasons as an assistant in Vancouver, he was assigned to be head coach of their farm team in Milwaukee in 1990-91. He resigned after that season to join the Leafs organization. He was replaced in Milwaukee by Jack McIlhargey.
  3. Romanuk hasn't called a game for over two years.
  4. Phil Maloney is the correct answer you pretenders.
  5. Ugh, such a poorly thought out idea. Surely we can find our bogeymen somewhere else other than the NHL? Normally, these kind of posts are what make us long for summer vacation to be over.
  6. Bo Horvat vs the Red WIngs: October 22, 2019 4pm on Sportsnet Pacific.... ...followed by the Sedins final home game - April 5, 2018 Also on the S-Pac. The above games are followed by the "Building Brock" special. And for those who dare: Game 7 vs NY Rangers from 1994 2pm on SN One.
  7. Ok, In the interest of moving things along... Lasse Oksanen. Invited to the first camp in 1970. Scored at least one preseason goal. Canucks were making noise about sending him to the minors. He balked - his understanding was he either played in the NHL or was released. Went home to Finland and eventually wound up in the IIHF HOF. The award for best player in Finland is the Lasse Oksanen Trophy. Its been won by the likes of Saku Koivu, Tim Thomas (2005) and Anttii Raanta.
  8. Hint: he never played a regular season game for the Canucks but did appear in exhibition games, wearing #16.
  9. What makes me even crazier is that its being played in prime time - IN THE EAST. Gotta make room for the World's Strongest Man at 7pm I guess.
  10. FYI Sportsnet is replaying the Sedins Ceremony at 1pm leading up to the game at 2.