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  1. In the general sense, yes. I personally think the idea of someone having a specific IQ is a bit flawed to begin with, though. You can learn to improve your mental capacity and natural tendency to do specific things. I suppose the range of increase a person can have on their "IQ" is limited, though, like that one person posted. No matter how hard I try, I'm not going to have the mental intelligence of Einstein
  2. Some level of "hockey IQ" (which I'd prefer to call awareness) can be taught. you can teach a player how to better prepare and what to think about before going onto the ice, as well as how to react in certain situations, which players don't necessarily think about and coaches don't seem to often instill. Innate high hockey awareness is a valuable skill, but learning to be better at it is something every player should do. The process of becoming better at being aware of what needs to be done takes time and practice, but it can certainly improve as I've experienced it in multiplayer gaming myself.
  3. The return should be good. Currently wearing my 'Nucks Burrows jersey
  4. Sad to see the refs give the Oilers 2 free powerplays (a hip check is not a penalty, nor is whatever Stecher got a penalty for), though I'm not 100% sold on the powerplay we got from Klefbom taking down Dorsett (I think it was Klefbom), though that one's pretty much a 50/50
  5. You could make that hindsight if Vigneault actually adjusted. The Canucks just continued to play the same way the whole series, multiple years in a row, while the Hawks adjusted.
  6. Can't say I agree with his assessment of Vigneault. Vigneault's biggest problem in the playoffs was being unable to adapt to Chicago changing their style of play
  7. Thanks for posting!
  8. New era of logic
  9. Canucks blow the minds of the Canadian media, winning 7-2
  10. A little disappointed Archibald got sent down, but I'm sure injuries will give him the opportunity to get signed to a contract and come up. Looking forward to the start of the season.
  11. It'd be very good for Juolevi to learn from Salo. Definitely one of the best if not the best defenseman the Canucks have ever had. Extremely good in his own zone and solid in the offensive end as well. Really liked the mic'd up stuff from Salo during the prospects camp at the beginning of summer. Hope Juolevi would be able to absorb his teaching, if he goes to Finland.
  12. I'm talking about later in the period, when the Canucks weren't on the PK
  13. Ya, I wasn't too impressed with the amount of ice time Megna and Chaput's line was getting in the 3rd. I hope that's just because it's the preseason. There's no reason for Boeser to have less minutes than them now, unless I'm just blind. Seemed they got like twice the minutes in the 3rd as he got.
  14. Lines look good (assuming that is Vanek) With regards to last night's game, glad to know the reffing is consistent... with last year. Refs letting the flames get away with multiple high sticks, tripping, and interference infractions, and calling anything the Canucks do. Such garbage
  15. Surprised on Tropp, though I guess his time in the NHL hasn't been anything that special.