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  1. Another Fabian Brunnstrom, he'll fit right in, in Calgary and do absolutely nothing
  2. There was a time I would remember this, but been to so many games since I was a kid in the 90's, I cannot keep track now, doesn't help this is my 4th year as a quarter season ticket holder. I have been to 2 road games, in the 2010 playoffs vs LA, and last October in Las Vegas, both Canuck victories.
  3. I was thinking that all along too but Winnipeg lost some key players
  4. According to Jesse Granger of The Athletic, preliminary offers to the Vegas Golden Knights for Nikita Gusev have included a second-round pick along with a low-level prospect or a lower draft pick. Granger, who previously reported that Gusev is looking for an annual $4 million salary on a two-year deal compared to the Golden Knights’ offer of a $2 million AAV, believes the underwhelming offers may be the reason Vegas president George McPhee has openly discussed trading the 27-year-old. Gusev joined the Golden Knights ahead of the playoffs this spring after nine seasons in the KHL but did not appear in a game with the team. He led the KHL in points in 2018-19 with 17 goals and 82 points in 62 games with SKA St. Petersburg before joining Vegas. “There’s definitely an interest in him,” McPhee told The Athletic earlier this month. “We’ve had people call us on him. We’ll see what develops. I can’t tell you what will happen, but we’ll work on it. He’s been very, very good on the international stage. He wants to play in the NHL. He worked very hard to get over here, and we’re going to accommodate him one way or another, either here or with another club.” The cap-crunched Golden Knights are already $3.5 million over the $81.5 million cap and have just $1.7 million left in space with David Clarkson's contract shelved on long-term injured reserve. Gusev is the team's lone remaining restricted free agent. https://www.tsn.ca/report-underwhelming-trade-offers-for-vegas-golden-knights-rfa-nikita-gusev-1.1335913
  5. Pacific 1. Las Vegas* 2. San Jose* 3. Calgary* 4. Vancouver * 5. Arizona 6. Edmonton 7. LA 8. Anaheim * = Playoff teams
  6. Bring back the U2 intro, Canucks are a playoff team for many years now, lets goooooo!!! Towel power!!!

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    2. Coconuts

      Coconuts

      I disagree, I enjoyed what it was when it was but now it's akin to people demanding they bring back Holiday. I view it as being tethered to nostalgia and would prefer to attach some other song to this young, rising team. I imagine it'll happen organically over the next 4-5 years if it's to happen at all. 

    3. Coconuts

      Coconuts

      If you feel differently that's fine but that's where I stand on it. 

    4. Nuxfanabroad

      Nuxfanabroad

      "Dead Skunk In The Middle Of The Road"

       

      That should lighten the load of expectations. Snappy lil' folk number.

  7. Central division is so stacked, atleast 4 teams get in if not 5, leaving 4 spots for San Jose, Vegas and Calgary, wild card will be between Arizona, Edmonton, Minnesota and Vancouver
  8. Apparently this Gusev guy is like a Panarin type player if he hits his potential
  9. Breaking: Golden Knights looking at trade options for Nikita Gusev A source told The Athletic the sides are far apart in negotiations, and Vegas could deal the Russian star if they can’t fit him under the cap. https://twitter.com/JesseGranger_/status/1145880496380923904
  10. Players I think could be available when Canucks select 10th overall Matthew Boldy Victor Soderstrom Cole Caufield Alex Newhook Philip Broberg There's a couple of pretty decent defence prospects in Broberg and Soderstrom, but Caufield has gained alot of attention recently and is my #2 choice. I haven't heard too much about Newhook but all signs point to a long NHL career. I love Matthew Boldys game though, he would be my choice out of the bunch.